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Multiplay i41 gaming event kicks off in Newbury

INSOMNIA (i-Series) events are the biggest LAN gaming competitions in this part of the world and the next one kicks-off on Friday 12th November, at Newbury Racecourse, for 4 days. KitGuru will be there to investigate. Slowly, but surely, LAN gaming continues to grow. Everyone starts playing against the computer. …

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nVidia third quarter results 2011, bean counters almost done

KitGuru’s portfolio of investments is as broad as it is eclectic. We monitor the markets and look for bargains. That involves analysing patterns. For example, while roller coasting from quarter to quarter over the past 2 years, AMD has managed to create somewhat steady upward pressure on its stock price. …

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GTX460 pricing set to rise up to $20 – strong nVidia move?

With the quarter’s results sorted and the threat of AMD’s Radeon HD 6850 and 6870 cards dealt with, it seems that nVidia might be pushing for addititional profits over the busy months to follow. KitGuru investigates. With serious presure from competitors, the price of graphics cards almost always goes down. …

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GTX580 water cooled units ready to ship in November

To honour the launch of nVidia’s 512 stream GTX580, KitGuru has adopted a multi-stream approach to keeping you up to date on all of the information you need to know ahead of next week’s launch. We have already processed, shaded, tessellated and output 3 stunning little pixels of need-to-know info …

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Can GTX580 really deliver everything using less than 290w ?

KitGuru has been scanning the airwaves, intercepting messages all over the place. We have already delivered 2 incisive articles today already on the GTX580, and there are plenty more to come it seems. To be honest, we’ve seen sieves that retain water longer than Taiwanese contractor can hold a trade …

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nVidia GTX580 launch next week – real or paper?

Each generation of graphic card delivers more than the last. Frame rates are faster, colours clearer and everything is just a little more cinematographic than it was before. But what constitutes a hard launch? Do you need to have product in the market? If so, how much? KitGuru investigates. At …

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Government tells IT students “Sorry, you’re not employable”

The BBC has just broadcast a report which tells IT students across the UK that they have made a terrible choice with their studies. Now, several months after getting their exam results, through, IT students find themselves ‘least employable’. KitGuru investigates. As the UK government seems intent on increasing student …

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nVidia slashes latest Quadro prices by 50%

OK, KitGuru is officially shocked. Droping the price of a mainstream card like the GTX460/470 in reaction to AMD’s 6850/6870 is perfectly natural and makes good business sense. These are fast moving cards, in a highly competitive market, and the busiest quarter of the year is upon us. Business sales …

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AMD Radeon HD 6970 benchmark performance predicted

Each generation of graphic card is faster than the previous one, but the real question is ‘How much faster?’. KitGuru has been up late at night, drinking with experts and ‘outsiders who claim to be in the know’. We’re ready to stick our flag in the ground on Radeon HD …

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Radeon HD 5670 price drop to kill GT430 ?

KitGuru constantly monitors product pricing across the globe. We do this intelligently – using a smart surveillance system. Early alerts, which we have flagged as ‘strange behaviour’ are then checked and re-checked to ensure accuracy. From there, we can extrapolate patterns and understand what is really going on. So how …

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nVidia GT430 available for £65

We have no idea what this nVidia GT430 product is, it does not seem to have been launched, but – for some reason – it is on sale already for £65. Strange. Could this be the same card as the one KitGuru predicted would be launched on 11th October a …

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Stone sets sights on sixty thousand notebook shipments

KitGuru has come across some bold confidence from a British PC company and we’re very happy to report it here. You’re all familiar with how much time KitGuru spends on leisure activities. We believe that spending half your life sleeping and the other half drinking is about as healthy as …

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Youtube Employs Trained Monkeys

KitGuru is an old fart who likes nothing better than watching old Metallica videos while munching breakfast and preparing for a day under the radar of the world’s leading technology companies. Who knew ? Imagine our surprise this morning when tried to go from Enter Sandman at the Freddie Mercury …

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Order Medal of Honor and get Battlefield 3, FREE

As you know, KitGuru is powered by Multiplay – the world’s leading online gaming and LAN event organisation. They’re massive, with the ability to host more than 100,000 simultaneous gamers. Big Stuff!  But what many of you may not know is that Multiplay also owns Fileplay. KitGuru sticks in its …

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Thermaltake Jing silently appears in KitGuru Lab

Back in June, we presented some of the world’s first shots of the upcoming Thermaltake Jing cooler. Now, three months later, the product is about to ship in volume and we’ve got it in our lab early. Before we begin the torture testing, here’s a quick look see. After the …

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Don’t buy from PLAY.com – hold that order

KitGuru spends half its time in bars and the rest passed out in the streets. Luckily, when we have our ears to the ground – that’s when we heard the best rumours from a long way off. This being drunk and falling over works well. So what have we heard …

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Channel poll says Cisco rocks HP

KitGuru recently reported on how Computercenter, one of the world’s biggest HP customers, had shunned HP Blade servers for its own data centres. Instead, Computercenter chose newcomer Cisco. Looks like things might be about to get a whole lot worse for HP. As HP is fond of saying, maybe this …

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AMD Fusion discussion with Bob Grim

We’re surrounded by integrated graphics.   From Blackberries to iPhones, from netbooks to iPads. KitGuru spends more hours in a day using integrated graphics than discrete cards. As users, we represent the elite. The top 5% of users – with serious knowledge, skills and access to as much technology as we …

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KitGuru’s most disgusting expose ever? You tell us

Harsh? Maybe. But if the battle lines are not drawn, then things will just start to get ridiculous. So what’s got KitGuru so hot and bothered on this fine, warm September day? OK. It’s Saturday, so we’re allowed to stray from the well-trodden path of the tech gods. Out shopping …

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Handy Job for Pepper Pot (More Llano Exposure)

KitGuru’s earlier shot of the full blooded, desktop Fusion processor got a lot of folks salivating and a few of them spitting bile. For your delight and delictation, we flip it over and shoot it next to something hard and spicy. Phwoah. Life is busy already. With the launch of …

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