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SSD prices jump as Toshiba cuts production

Supply and demand it at work in the SSD market – and it appears to be pushing pricing up. KitGuru wonders if a complete series of ‘SSD price drop’ stories might now need to get published in reverse. When all is said and done, there are only a handful of …

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Huge GTX570 overstock delays GTX660 until August

While the product marketing teams want to push, push, push on the latest and greatest products, it is the job of the bean counting logistics teams to ensure that the channels plate is clean before serving up he next course of graphics goodness. Up close and personal with an nVidia …

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Computex: PowerColor Devil 13 HD7970 X2

While many believe that AMD’s own design for the fast card the company has ever made won’t be available until closer to Q4, Powercolor is using Computex 2012 to showcase a dual-7970 design which it will brand under the ‘Devil 13’ logo. KitGuru genuflects in order to save its Immortal …

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Dixons robs customers in a flash

One of the scariest things we see here at KitGuru is the HUGE disparity between the prices that our readers are able to get from resellers like Aria and Overclockers, compared to the normal folk in the street. It can normally be 5, 10 or even 20% more expensive to …

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Thermaltake revisits the Level 10 design – again

At Computex 2012, Thermaltake will unveil a new iteration of the level 10 chassis, which it is calling the Level 10 Silver Limited Edition Gaming Chassis. Original. What does this launch mean and how many will be swayed to put their hands in their pockets? KitGuru hits the Taipei streets …

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Lian-Li launched lovely looking low cost cases

Opinion gets split at KitGuru on a number of things. GTX or Radeon. Core i3 or Fusion. Battlefield 3 or Black Ops. But the area that’s contested the hardest is chassis design. Everytime we argue about cases, Lian-Li is always one of the contenders for “Most desirable”. But, generally, they …

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Thunderbolt strikes Asus mainboards

Modern, internal drives are often described as delivering 6 gigabits of data transfer a second. That’s the requirement for SATA III and the latest drives deliver. So how ironic is it that Asus would begin manufacturing mainboards where the EXTERNAL connection operates at 10 gigabits per second? KitGuru gets on …

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Barnes and Noble up 75% as Microsoft merges interests

Having acquired the world’s best publishing software with WordPress and the voice over IP leader with Skype, Microsoft is now kicking off its slippers to get into bed with Barnes and Noble. KitGuru peers under the covers to see where the glow is coming from. With a $300m investment, Microsoft …

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Mars III invasion planned for Computex

While the rest of the world plus dog looks to nVidia’s schedule for delivering a pair of GTX670 chips on a single card under the name ‘690’, it seems that Jen Hsun will actually be salivating over something slightly different in Taiwan this year. KitGuru engages thrusters to maintain a …

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CFO ready for growth but Nokia crew eye lifeboats

When Nokia execs eyed Apple’s new toy back in 2007, they would have thought it was exactly that. A toy. Certainly this iPhone thingamajig could not be taken seriously and under no circumstances would it bring about the death of an era. Shirley not. For a Nordic Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to …

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VTX3D drops 7970 down to £299 plus vat

Against a back drop where even Intel’s profits are down 13% in Q1, the pressure to offer value is on everywhere – and KitGuru readers can benefit from these cuts. Following the drop in 7950 pricing that KitGuru reported last week, we are now seeing substantial movement at the top …

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Intel predicts 15 billion connected devices by 2015

Roll the clock back two years, and Intel was pushing hard on the idea that every product in the world could benefit from an Intel chip and that all of those chips should be interconnected. We seem to remember this being called the ‘computing continuum’. The chip giant is now …

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G.Skill lops 10% off premium memory at eBuyer

While Samsung has been rubbing its corporate hands together with glee at an overall increase in memory prices, some companies are still working hard to deliver value for UK enthusiasts. KitGuru does a quick price check and discovers some interesting results. If you’re building an AMD Fusion system, then faster …

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Intel pays out 120 million Real dollars

Real might have started life as a simple player, but over the years it has grown and developed in new and varied ways. Some have been successful and others less so. But today, it’s board will be patting themselves on the back, because they have just picked up a nice …

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Samsung set to report $5Bn a quarter profit

Most companies on the planet do not turn over $5 billion a year. To be honest, most companies won’t turn over $5 billion over the entire course of their existence. Right now, things are bubbling up nicely for Samsung and its starting to bang in some serious numbers. KitGuru gives …

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12 year old American develops amazing 1080, progressive

Technology is cool, but every now and then KitGuru loves flipping around the web and finding other sources of news and entertainment that may well put a smile on your face. Today is no exception. America, like the UK, relies on innovation. In recent years, that has centred on entertainment …

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Taiwanese manufacturers get China boost, but not IT

While Katie Melua might have sung about the nine million bicycles that can be found in China’s capital city, she did not mention anything about the rate of import. Right now, Taiwanese IT manufacturers are looking over at their cycle-making cousins with an unhealthy shade of jealousy. KitGuru dons the …

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