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CORSAIR AND DELL USHER IN 1600MHz MEMORY FOR EXTREME GAMING PERFORMANCE

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CORSAIR AND DELL USHER IN 1600MHz MEMORY FOR EXTREME GAMING PERFORMANCE Fremont, CA, June 3, 2008 – Corsair® www.corsair.com, a worldwide leader in high performance computer and flash memory products, announced today… Go To Full Article

Why Macs Still Aren't Right for Most Businesses

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This one is for our local Mac Lover Thorgal: Yes, more businesses can now go to Macs - I would say they now make sense for maybe 20 companies out of 100, up from just 5 a few years back.… Go To Full Article

Nehalem Motherboards Pictured at Computex

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Here, you'll notice many mobos with 12 or even 18 DIMM slots. Odd number? No, it is simply two CPUs times three channels times three DIMMs per channel. In that config, though, you're reduced to DDR3-1333 speed - which should… Go To Full Article

Kingston shows off heat-pipe Skulltrail memory

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Everyone knows that memory modules inside a computer can get hot, but the FB-DIMM modules in a Skulltrail box are a different story. These suckers get so hot that they can almost melt the skin of your fingers and up… Go To Full Article

40GB for $55 per month: Time Warner bandwidth caps arrive

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Time Warner Cable will launch a trial program on Thursday which will impose monthly Internet consumption caps on new subscribers in Beaumont, Texas. Following a two-month grace period, cable users will pay $1 for each additional gigabyte consumed beyond the… Go To Full Article

Intel Nehalem works at 3.2GHz

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Intel's Nehalem can work at 3.2GHz and this is significantly faster than previously expected. Furthermore, the new part has eight threads and with such high clocks it promises excellent performance. Hyper-threading is back with a vengeance and Nehalem is set… Go To Full Article

AMD Launches New Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ Processors

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AMD Launches New Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ Processors for One-Socket Servers and Workstations SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- June 3, 2008 --Addressing customer demand for higher performing, uni-processor x86 solutions, AMD (NYSE: AMD) today introduced three new Quad-Core… Go To Full Article

Intel GPU Larrabee to launch at 300W TDP

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We've learned quite upsetting news that Intel’s power point presentation graphics card product might launch with 300W TDP. Intel has promised to show Larrabee by the end of 2008, but we've heard that the real production starts next year, probably… Go To Full Article

MSI Wind Mini Notebook Review

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The MSI Wind NB is one of the first mini-notebooks powered by Intel’s Atom processor—the smallest and lowest-power 45-nanometer processor to date. This 1.6-GHz CPU, along with 1GB of RAM, helped the Wind NB outperform other systems in its class.… Go To Full Article

SanDisk launches pSSD drives for low-cost PC sector

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SanDisk is all about adding those prefixes to solid state drives, and not quite a year after we were forced to learn what uSSD really meant, the same firm is now shoving pSSD into our dictionary. Launched at Computex, these… Go To Full Article

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