Last year, Shogun Bros. introduces a unique mouse with a gamepad at the bottom of the mouse. Mouse was named Chameleon X-1. More crazy again, Shongun Bros. established a partnership with Ubisoft to bring up the Chameleon X-1 version of Assassin's Creed with leather-covered buttons. However, at CES 2012 this time, instead of the "chameleon" was the center of attention at Shogun Bros. booth. Which became the center of conversation here is the Ballista MK-1, a laser wired mouse with 5700 dpi sensitivity achieved, which can independently adjust the sensitivity on the X axis and Y-its,
and power saving
We need to press the configuration button for five seconds to make the adjustment, then rotate the mouse scroll to adjust the sensitivity gradually per-100dpi. While the "abacus" little red and green track the resolution we choose. We can store four different sensitivity modes (five different profiles and a total of 20 presets). You also can quickly swap them to each other with up-down rocker on the bottom of your thumb, while a blue LED indicates which mode is being diaktfikan. There are 6 buttons in this mouse as a whole, including the tilt button scroll wheel and 2 buttons macros.
Although it is priced cheaper than any other gaming mouse such as Razer and Logitech have similar features, quality Ballista MK-1 is not inferior to any other mouse. With $ 60, you can have a mouse that has a sensor and a good sensitivity, and accuracy is pretty sharp.
What is done by a developer and publisher who engaged in the gaming industry? Of course they will consistently produce a new gaming products to the market. Gave birth to the latest series of a franchise giant is certainly a strategy that most "short" to ensure success and gain profits. This is apparently trying to be done by one of the world's largest game publishers - Electronic Arts. They apparently have not given up to "squeeze the maximum" potential class of Need For Speed franchise. For the umpteenth time, a new series is being prepared.
This information is captured after one of the UK's largest game retailer, GAME, participated in a closed presentation made by EA. Through microblog sites - Twitter, GAME was excessive and sharing of confidential information to all gamers around the world. GAME write status stating that the EA showed two new games to them: Medal of Honor 2 and Need for Speed 13! Unfortunately, once they are aware of the mistakes they do, that status immediately removed. Is this some kind of indirect confirmation for two EA's ambitious new project? EA itself has not released any official information about this rumor.
AMD has launched a new processor for AM3 socket. For the mainstream classroom, AMD FX-4100 provides. With 4 cores and the speed of 3.6 GHz frequency, whether newcomers can compete with the Intel Core i3 2100 which is long enough to master this class?
From the specification, it appears that the AMD FX-4100 offers a better potential. Larger cache memory, higher speed and more cores makes the FX-4100 perform better. At least on paper. Meanwhile, Intel Core i3 2100 comes with a lower rate (even without the turbo) and fewer number of cores. However, hyperthread Intel (which makes it capable of running 4 threads) generally can not compete with the real core. In addition, the efficiency of Sandy Bridge architecture should also be taken into account.
The second price is relatively the same processor. Both are in Kisara 1 million dollars. If we look from the side of the platform support, both already have a fairly cheap motherboard support. At a later date, choose the AMD processor can lead to more investment lightly. As usual, board manufacturers will provide AMD solutions at prices cheaper than the Intel solution. Unfortunately, to date it has not happened.
BIOSTAR Group, a world famous manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, industrial computing systems and computer peripherals, proudly announces the TA990FXE motherboard aimed at the most demanding overclockers and gamers.
The TA990FXE is made in the ATX form-factor on the flagship AMD 990FX chipset in combination with the most advanced SB950 Southbridge which guarantees the support of the latest technologies and ensures the unprecedented performance. The board supports all Socket AM3+ based Phenom II X6, Phenom II X4, Phenom II X3, Phenom II X2, Athlon II X4, Athlon II X3, Athlon II X2 and Sempron CPUs including top 6-core and 8-core AMD FX, AMD Phenom II and AMD Athlon II chips with the maximum thermal design up to 140W.
The board is equipped with four DDR3 DIMM slots and supports up to 16GB of dual-channel DDR3 800/1066/1333/1600/1866 MHz RAM as well as overclocking versions up to 2000 MHz.
Today’s market features few motherboards equipped with three PCI-E x16 2.0 slots, and the TA990FXE is one of few boards supporting their configuration of x16, x16, x4. It actually means the support for the most complex graphics configurations based on several graphics cards. Additional peripherals are realized with two PCI slots and one PCI-E x1 2.0.
The board features a great deal of interfaces and peripheral controllers. It sports five SATA3 6Gbit/s slots supporting SATA RAID 0,1,5,10, three USB 3.0 ports, six USB 2.0 ports, FireWire IEEE 1394a, 10/100/1000 Mbit/s LAN and 8-channel HD Audio. There is also a bracket for a serial port and a connector for an external eSATA2 3 Gbit/s interface.
The TA990FXE board comes with modern high-quality solid capacitors and is ready to run stably under the latest Windows 7 family OSes. The board supports the maximum list of BIOSTAR’s proprietary technologies including the BIOSTAR G.P.U (Green Power Utility) for optimal power consumption at low system load, an exclusive overclocking system, the Rapid Switch for quick restart, the Rapid Debug for hardware debugging with the help of a LED light, the BIOS Flasher and the BIOS Relife for updating or recovering BIOS from a USB drive, and the BIO-Remote 2 for remote control of home media system components from Android and Apple mobile devices. Overclockers will be pleased with the T-overclocker utilities for Windows which provide fine system tuning for experienced users.