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Intel's Sandy Bridge CPU to have up to 2 GPUs

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We were quite shocked to learn that Intel might be the first company to ever launch two GPUs on the same die. Not only does it look like Intel might be the first with monolithically integrated with the CPU and… Go To Full Article

Intel Core i7 660UM Dual-Core with HT Comes In Q3 2010

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Intel plans yet another reinforcement to its Ultra low voltage generation of Arrandale CPUs. We still have to see Core i5 520UM, Core i5 540UM as well as Core i7 620UM and Core i7 640UM, all supposed to stay under… Go To Full Article

AMD reveals Fusion CPU+GPU, to challege Intel in laptops

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The "Llano" processor that AMD described today in an ISSCC session is not a CPU, and it's not a GPU—instead, it's a hybrid design that the chipmaker is calling an "application processor unit," or APU. Whatever you call it, it… Go To Full Article

MSI P55-GD55: A Mainboard to Forget?

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Last year a promising-looking MSI P55-GD65 mainboard was one of the first that we received for our tests but we didn’t do much with it. When we tried to update its BIOS with the integrated M-Flash utility, the mainboard reported… Go To Full Article

AMD Reveals More Llano Details at ISSCC: 32nm, Power Gating, 4-cores, Turbo?

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After cashing Intel’s check and appearing more competitive than expected against Clarkdale 2010 is like a fresh start for AMD. The news gets better. Late last year AMD said that before the end of 2010 it would… Go To Full Article

AMD’s Radeon HD 5570: Low Profile, Higher Performance

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When AMD launched the 5670, they told us they had 2 more cards on the way: the 5450, and a 5500 series card. Last week we saw the launch of the 5450, utilizing the Cedar GPU and finishing off AMD’s… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte HD 5670 OC

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While the "OC" is virtually a non-factor, and the bundle is just the basics, neither of these phase us too much. And while you can get more gaming performance from a last-gen card for about the same price as the… Go To Full Article

Sapphire HD 5570 1 GB

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For many people $200 USD is just too much for a graphics card, but they still want to be able to play games. While mid range cards don't have the performance to max out all of the latest games, they… Go To Full Article

Powercolor HD 5870 PCS+

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PowerColor's brand new HD 5870 PCS+ comes with an overclock out of the box and an amazing cooling solution that makes the card quieter than any other card in this performance segment. For a price increase of only $10-$20 over… Go To Full Article

[M] MSI P55-GD80 encounters OC Genie

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The first model supporting LGA 1156 is P55. Also, it’s a very special chipset. Intel originally planned to launch P57. However, lots of news on the internet said they won’t launch the new chipset. As a result, P55 becomes the… Go To Full Article

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