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 Thursday, 17-April-2008  16:46:33 (GMT +10) - by DiGiTaL MoNkEY

Keeping with its monthly release schedule, AMD/ATI have released the Catalyst 8.4 software suite for Windows and Linux. It comes with the usual list of bug fixes and performance enhancements, including better support for the Folding@home GPU client. Discussion on Forum.

Driver Heaven have analysed both AMD’s Avivo HD and Nvidia’s Purevideo HD technologies. Here at Driver Heaven we have spent a considerable amount of time working through the various hurdles that stop most people from capturing images from HD-DVD and Blu-Ray and we are now ready to make the results available for everyone.

Game Planet benchmarked the latest 9-series cards from Nvidia, as well as other popular video cards in a GeForce 9-series shoot-out. We take a look at the top-performing video cards currently on the market, and discover which solution provides the best bang for your buck. The results may surprise you...

Earlier this week DFI had discovered the presence of fake DFI motherboards in the Indonesian market, but have found that it's spread to customers worldwide not just local. The two counterfeit DFI models "DFI MCP73V" and "DFI MCP68V" appeared to be rebadged versions of J&W Technology's JWT-IN7100-HD and JWT-N68PV motherboards.

PC Stats have released the third instalment of their beginners guide to Linux. In this third PCSTATS Beginner's Guide to the Linux operating system, we're going to explore an essential Linux skill; how to track down and add new software packages to your Linux installation.

Bit-Tech recently published an analysis of what was said during the recent Nvidia Financial Analyst's Day. The comments were strong and the gloves came right off during Huang's presentation of what he believes are the real facts about the future of the industry as it enters the visual computing era.

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