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Shanghai K10.5 45nm rocks on 2.7GHz

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In just a few days, AMD will finally launch its 45nm server generation quad core CPU codenamed Shanghai. Shanghai will work at clocks of up 2.7GHz, while faster iterations will come next year. This is not really… Go To Full Article

OCZ sneaks out Solid SSD value series

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OCZ has been one of the most prominent actors on the Solid State Drive market over the last year and it has now announced a new budget series called the Solid Series. The new series includes three new models, 30GB,… Go To Full Article

Latest Quadro FX graphics card has 4GB of RAM

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The last time Nvidia shipped a product called "FX 5800," things didn't turn out so well. This time, Nvidia has brought back the FX 5800 moniker to define its latest and greatest Quadro professional graphics card, which packs a whopping… Go To Full Article

Intel’s plan to ride out the recession

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Intel stock has fallen by half since its December high, so you’d expect the mood in the executive suite to be less than buoyant these days. But during a chat this week at the chip giant’s headquarters, Intel sales and… Go To Full Article

Toshiba Gaming Notebook Uses Three NVIDIA GPUs

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The GPUs used in the X305-Q706 and X305-Q708 are the new NVIDIA 9400M integrated GPU and a pair of NVIDIA 9800M GTS cards in SLI. The use of three GPUs allows the gamer to go for quiet, power frugal integrated… Go To Full Article

Nvidia Admits: GeForce GTX 280, 260 Are Too Expensive to Make

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Nvidia Corp. said during a conference call with the financial analysts that it had transited its mainstream and performance-mainstream graphics processing units (GPUs) to a new process technology, which helps to reduce costs. In addition, the firm confirmed that it… Go To Full Article

Microsoft Confirms Windows 7 for Netbooks

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During the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference the world’s largest software designer Microsoft confirmed a special version of Windows 7 operating system (OS) designed for ultra low-cost personal computers (ULCPCs) with limited performance and capabilities. Microsoft Windows 7… Go To Full Article

Prices of Blu-Ray Players to Drop In $150 - $200 Range

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The need for healthy holiday sales in a bear market, competitive pressure from movie download services, and media speculation about the future success of the Blu-ray disc (BD) format itself has resulted in falling Blu-ray player prices across a range… Go To Full Article

Intel core i7 CPU comes early, retail version shipped out

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Intel’s official launch still few days after, but channels all around the world just ignore the date. So today we’ve got a chance to get a Core i7 920 retail version. Core i7 920 runs at 2.66GHz,… Go To Full Article

Intel S775 Heatsinks that can be used with Core i7

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Thermalright - all Ultra series, HR-01 Plus, HR-01 4U, HR-01 3U and Ultima 90. Noctua - All coolers. Free upgrades to LGA1366 brackets for current Noctua heatsink owners. Scythe - All coolers. Brackets will be sold separately and… Go To Full Article

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