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MSI X58 Platinum

@ 2009/02/24 read/post comments(0)
Among MSI’s boards supporting the Intel Core i7 CPU, the X58 Platinum seems to have a good mix of features and performance all while being one of the most inexpensive LGA 1366 motherboards you can purchase.. Go To Full Article

Intel tears apart Nvidia Ion in document

@ 2009/02/24 read/post comments(0)
Now that the competitive scrap between Nvidia and Intel is officially out in the open, Intel has decided to unashamedly dish the dirt on Nvidia’s Ion platform. bit-tech has seen a document that Intel is sending out called "Nvidia Ion… Go To Full Article

Upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7... via Vista Trial

@ 2009/02/24 read/post comments(0)
Early indications from Microsoft are that Windows 7 setup will only work on Vista-based computers. But if you're running XP, you may not be out of options. So it might seem pointless, at first, to say that… Go To Full Article

Upcoming Intel P55 and P57 Chipsets Lack SATA 3 Support

@ 2009/02/24 read/post comments(0)
We looked a bit deeper in Intel’s plans for Clarkdale and Lynnfield CPUs and it turns out that its new 5th generation mainstream chipsets won't feature support for SATA 6Gb/s. Both P55, that comes in Q3 2009, and P57 that… Go To Full Article

Gainward HD 4850 1024MB GS Graphics Card Review

@ 2009/02/24 read/post comments(0)
Graphics cards equipped with 1GB of video memory are not so extra-ordinary anymore. But does that much memory do any real good especially for a relatively inexpensive mainstream solution? Our today’s review of the Gainward graphics accelerator will help us… Go To Full Article

HP is Intel's biggest customer

@ 2009/02/24 read/post comments(3)
THE MAKER of jolly expensive printer ink, HP has become Chipzilla's number one customer. After years of Intel being involved in a love in with Dell for being its biggest customer, it seems Michael has had to… Go To Full Article

Intel replies to solid-state drive 'slowness' critique

@ 2009/02/24 read/post comments(0)
The reviewers claimed that they made an effort to reproduce real-world scenarios. "Dozens of different scenarios were played out on our drives. XP / Vista installs, repeated application / game installs, batch copying of files...were all liberally applied to the… Go To Full Article

Tuniq Potency 650w Review

@ 2009/02/24 read/post comments(0)
With the extremes having being recently reviewed here on XSReviews, from 1000w to 450W, today we have a PSU that is somewhere in the middle with a wattage of 650. The manufacturer Tuniq has a reputation for producing high quality… Go To Full Article

ASRock X58 SuperComputer Motherboard

@ 2009/02/24 read/post comments(4)
ASRock has been known to us here at TweakTown as producing a more rounded board aimed at the mainstream and value end of the spectrum. Never would we consider putting this motherboard maker into the hardcore and overclocking segments that… Go To Full Article

Intel X25-E Extreme SSD Benchmarks On Linux

@ 2009/02/24 read/post comments(0)
In early January we had delivered Linux Solid-State Drive Benchmarks of an OCZ Core Series V2 SSD, which was a low-cost low-capacity single-cell drive. The increased performance and decreased power consumption compared to a 5400RPM Serial ATA 2.0 hard drive… Go To Full Article

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