CES 2012 - Las Vegas: Live Blog

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The biggest trade show in the world of technology and hardware has already begun. Three Overclockers.com staff members will be in Las Vegas at CES 2012 covering it live. I.M.O.G., c627627 and mdcomp will have the latest technology news, updates and product announcements straight from the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show.

For updates on the events, stay tuned to this page for our comprehensive live blog coverage. Articles will also be posted periodically to the frontpage, as well as a myriad of updates via @overclockerscom on Twitter and our Facebook fan page.

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  1. I saw a post on facebook by Francois Pidenoel (Intel engineer) saying he showed the SA writer that it works fine. The press event was a massive fail but apparently it does work.
    Team kizb
    Maybe there booth will have some Kepler news!

    Talked to their lead marketing guy for desktop GPUs at the booth, and his only comment in regards to Kepler was 1st Half 2012, other than that they are focused on Tegra3 and the other things they have ready right now.
    If you aren't following the live feed, Intel just officially introduced the K800 Lenovo Smartphone, the first phone powered by an Intel processor:
    Thanks to Kingston, Antec, and Gigabyte for a nice nightcap.

    Here's the pictures you guys are actually interested in:

    Computer parts encased in ice:

    The KAG logo of the night (kingston, antec, and gigabyte hosted the party):

    Through the ice, a shot of the Gigabyte gaming keyboard:

    And the Antec case iced out:

    HyperX RAM from Kingston:
    As the story goes...

    On the first day, Glorious Leader said "create dance!"

    And Glorious leader saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good.

    PS. Because I know someone out of you is going to ask, yes thats a bunch of Kingston, Antec, and Gigabyte parts frozen into a block of ice in the background. :rolleyes:
    Nope, no Kepler info... just tablets and Tegra3.

    :facepalm: That's a bit concerning to me. I hope the first gen of Kepler doesn't 'meh' out of the gate like the 400 series did when everyone was expecting 500 series performance, and Nvidia just couldn't deliver it.