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Nehalems: A Different Overclocking Approach?

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First, given that these chips are supposed to show up a little more than a month from now, there's been few examples of people getting engineering samples and testing them out. Second, maybe this is just… Go To Full Article

AM2+ Denebs: Doomed To Die

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Perhaps the biggest puzzle is why these chips exist at all. If AM3 chips are supposed to run on AM2+ motherboards, why make AM2+ only chips? Perhaps the reason for that is that AM3 chips were supposed to have both… Go To Full Article

Biostar Intel X58 mainboard TPOWER X58 Pictured

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Support Intel socket 1366 Nehalem Core i7 Extreme/ Core i7 45nm processors Support Intel QPI (Quick Path Interfase) up to 6.4GB/s transfer rate Memory Support 6-DIMM DDR3-2000(OC)/1600/1333 Support Tri-Channel up to 192bit data bandwidth… Go To Full Article

DFI LP UT X58-T3eH8 Intel X58 chipset mainboard preview

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The DFI X58 board DFI LP UT X58-T3eH8 is DFI's upcoming board that supports the upcoming Intel LGA1366 Nehalem or Core i7 processor. It officially supports FSB1333 and DDR3-1333. It has 40 lanes of PCIe in the configuration of 16,8,8,4.… Go To Full Article

High-definition Wii refresh coming 'by 2011'

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Nintendo's Wii console has many perks: a fun, intuitive control scheme, an affordable price tag, and the ability to play old-school Nintendo games. You can't praise the Wii for its graphics horsepower, though, since its hardware has more in common… Go To Full Article

G94-based GeForce 9600 GSO coming this month

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The current 9600 GSO features a G92 graphics processor with 96 stream processors, a 550MHz core speed, a 1375MHz shader speed, and 384MB of 800MHz GDDR3 RAM tied to a 192-bit memory interface. Expreview says the "updated" GeForce 9600 GSO… Go To Full Article

Seagate is hard at work on SSD endurance

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Five months ago, Seagate's CEO revealed that his company would start selling enterprise solid-state drives in 2009. Seagate will likely have no trouble seducing corporate IT managers with demonstrations of SSD performance, but as CNet News reports, the company might… Go To Full Article

Windows 7 to improve upon Vista's UAC scheme

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After years of giving Windows users administrative privileges by default, Microsoft introduced the User Account Control scheme with Windows Vista. In theory, the system brings Windows up to snuff with other operating systems and improves security by requiring users to… Go To Full Article

Core i7 could launch on November 17

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Asian tech sites and rumor blogs have posted almost all the unofficial dirt there is to post about Intel's next-gen Core i7 processors. We've seen photos of the chips and their coolers, benchmarks, and a run-down of the launch CPUs… Go To Full Article

Core i7 - Is High VDimm really a Problem?

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Numerous articles and forum posts have been popping up recently about the potential of high VDimm settings damaging or destroying the upcoming i7 processor series. Will high VDimm cause damage? The answer to that question is not so simple actually.… Go To Full Article

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