Wednesday, 13 Apr 2011
Features include the ASRock signature XFast USB Technology which offers the world's fastest data transfer speed, Graphical UEFI BIOS interface and the advanced Digi Power design.
NVIDIA today announced that it is making its industry-leading NVIDIA 3D Vision video player technology available for free to Web developers, enabling them to easily build websites for streaming high-quality 3D video to 3D Vision-equipped PCs.
Leadtek launches the WinFast GT 520 SDDR3 1024MB/512MB graphics card. Replacing WinFast GT 220, it improves heat dissipation with a bigger fan compared to the reference design.
Featuring MSI's exclusive Predator in-game video capture function with Afterburner 2.1.0, N520GT-MD1GD3/LP allows gamers access to a free utility that captures all of their classic in-game moments and share them among friends.
Zotac introduces the GeForce GT 520 graphics card. Aiming at mainstream users, it presents PCs to a new era of visual, 3D and Microsoft DirectX 11 computing.
Club 3D releases the latest NVIDIA graphics chipset targeted at mainstream users - the Club 3D GeForce GT 520 1GB.
Sparkle announces the Sparkle GeForce GT 520 1GB/2GB DDR3 Low Profile graphics card, bringing DX11 support and HD video experience to mainstream users.
ASUS releases the ASUS GT 520, a graphics card that combines great performance with a low profile that is perfectly suited to be used in an HTPC.
Gainward introduces two GeForce GT 520 graphics card models for the mainstream discrete VGA market.
Palit introduces Palit GeForce GT 520, a graphics card based on Fermi architecture supported by DX11, Blu-ray 3D and the latest NVIDIA technologies.