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Acer rolls out new 16” and 18” Blu-ray notebooks

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Design, of course, is always a matter of taste but if you like to stand out and enjoy the interest and attention a MacBook Air is sure to deliver, you typically will have to shell out extra bucks for that… Go To Full Article

Intel's CPU+GPU for desktops and notebooks to arrive in Q2 2009

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AMD has been pushing its Fusion idea for quite some time. The company claims the Fusion concept was one of the main reasons why they acquired ATI in the first place. The timetable for Fusion has been set, but Intel… Go To Full Article

Carmack Speaks On Ray Tracing, Future id Engines

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As a matter of principle, when legendary game programmer John Carmack speaks, the entire industry listens. In a recent interview he comments on a multitude of topics starting with information about Intel, their ray tracing research and upcoming Larrabee GPU.… Go To Full Article

All Signs Point to Windows 7 in 2010

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Microsoft is pushing ahead strong on its plans to release its next generation operating system, Windows 7. Whereas Vista took over 5 years to release -- XP released October '01, Vista's retail release was in January '07 -- Windows 7… Go To Full Article

Advanced Micro Devices Plans to Slash Microprocessor Pricing in April

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Advanced Micro Devices plans to reduce pricing of its microprocessors in early April, according to unofficial information. The move will be accompanied with the introduction of higher performance central processing units (CPUs), something predicted a long time ago. Go To Full Article

Mainboard Makers Begin Shipments of Intel X48 Mainboards

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Leading makers of mainboards have reportedly started shipments of their products based on Intel Corp.’s not-yet-officially-unveiled Intel X48 core-logic. The actual motherboards may emerge in retail as early as this month. The new mainboards are primarily aimed at gamers and… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Radeon HD 3650 512MB

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we evaluate the features and performance of Sapphire’s Radeon HD 3650 512MB graphics card. The Sapphire Radeon HD 3650 512MB differs from ATI’s reference design in that it has double the frame buffer memory (512MB vs. 256MB) and a much… Go To Full Article

Sapphire HD3870X2 CrossfireX

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Two Sapphire HD3870X2 arrived Technic3D. The AMD/ATI Dual GPU Graphic Card with Quad Performance? Technic3D will see that in the following Review with 1920x1200 up to 1280x1024 on Windows Vista and DirectX 10. CrossFireX on Catalyst 8.3 are Ready Now? Go To Full Article

ASUS Silent Knight II Heatsink Review

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In this review Frostytech is evaluating the ASUS Silent Knight II heatsink. The Silent Knight II is a copper heatsink vaguely reminiscent of the Zalman CNPS9700NT. Like most thermal solutions being introduced, it's compatible with Intel Core 2 Duo/Quad/Extreme and… Go To Full Article

Sun and NSA Lead OpenSolaris Community Project to Advance Mandat

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SANTA CLARA, Calif., – March 13, 2008 – Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAVA) and the United States’ National Security Agency (NSA) today announced an agreement to jointly work within the OpenSolaris(TM) community to research and to develop security enhancements to… Go To Full Article

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