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AMD R700 is for 2008?

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According to current plans R7xx parts in a platform are scheduled for 2009. This doesn’t mean that the discrete products will be late, but at least today it looks that ATI can delved them on time, at least at some… Go To Full Article

Nvidia’s G100 comes in March

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According to current plans, Nvidia plans to introduce its Geforce 9 series high end part codenamed G100 around march 2008. We don’t know many details, but we do know that the chip should end up faster than… Go To Full Article

Prettige Kerstdagen from Foxconn

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Foxconn

The Advantages of Upgrading From Vista To XP

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..there is only one conclusion to be made; Microsoft have really outdone themselves in delivering a brand new operating system that really excels in all the areas where Vista was sub-optimal. From my testing, discussions with friends and colleagues, and… Go To Full Article

AMD Announces R680, RV620, RV635 Graphics Cores

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AMD's newest R680 graphics processor might look a whole lot like the ill-fated R600 GPU, but the reality couldn't be more bizarre. Instead of one 80nm behemoth-of-a-GPU, the R680 consists of two 55nm processor cores. Representatives from… Go To Full Article

"w00t" is Merriam-Webster's Word of 2007

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As a sign of the Internet’s impact on communication, selected as the Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Year for 2007 is none other than “w00t.” Spelled with a mixture of letters and numbers, the interjection “w00t” is defined… Go To Full Article

Hotpatching makes welcome appearance in Vista SP1 RC

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Hotpatching is a process in which Windows components are updated while still in use by a running process. As you can imagine, this handy feature eliminates the need to reboot, maximizing system uptime and minimizing user headaches. According to Microsoft,… Go To Full Article

Battle of the next-gen: FireWire S3200 versus USB 3

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The IEEE 1394 Trade Association has announced a new FireWire specification that the group claims is capable of delivering up to 3.2Gb per second of throughput. The new interface (officially known as S3200) is directly based upon the 1394b/FireWire 800… Go To Full Article

Pulse~LINK claims 890Mbps UWB breakthrough for wireless HD

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Pulse~LINK, one of the many entrants in the wireless HD technology race, has announced a new, ultra-wideband-based chipset that it claims can outdo the competition. According to an independent performance comparison (PDF) conducted by the EE Times and released by… Go To Full Article

Nvidia Launches nForce 7-Series for Intel Processors

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The Nvidia nForce 780i SLI and nForce 750i SLI are compatible with various Intel’s processors in LGA775 form-factor, including dual-core and quad-core chips that are made using 45nm process technology and that support 1333MHz processor system bus (PSB). Both core-logic… Go To Full Article

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