AMD K10.5 Hydra to challenge Nehalem

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After Deneb and Propus 45nm K10.5 Quad-cores AMD plans to change the process and improve the existing K10.5 cores. The new process is called 45nm K10.5 Rev. D and it will bring high K to 45nm SOI cores. K10.5 Rev.… Go To Full Article

TSMC, Intel, Samsung Agree on 450mm For The Future

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Three major players in integrated circuit manufacturing -- Samsung Electronics, Intel Corporation, and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC) -- have made the announcement of an agreement for a new, even larger wafer production standard. The current wafer plants crank out 300mm… Go To Full Article

AMD talks Shanghai performance, features, roadmap to 2010

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Unsurprisingly, AMD's upcoming 45nm Shanghai processor was the unofficial star of the day. Barcelona, despite AMD's best efforts, simply isn't capable of scaling to the frequencies required to aggressively compete against Yorkfield-based Xeon processors, to say nothing of Intel's upcoming… Go To Full Article

Hardware Reviews Roundup 8/5 -- NVIDIA 780a Edition

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PR: Patriot Memory releases 4GB Viper Series DDR2 PC2-8500 Enhanced Latency Kit - Gigabyte EP45-DS4 with Intel P45-Chip preview - ASUS P5Q3 Deluxe - Intel P45 chipset…

Mushkin Launches Ascent, High-End Memory Line

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Mushkin Introduces “Ascent,” New High Performance Memory Line with State-of-the Art Cooling Technology from Celsia Ascent Redline and Ascent XP offer PC Enthusiasts a New Level of Performance DENVER, CO May 6,… Go To Full Article

Video Card Roundup: Performance vs Value

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For this article, we wanted to focus more closely on the question of GPU power per dollar. To make that work, we've relied on test data from (as much as possible) clearly GPU-limited scenarios—performance results obtained at very high resolutions… Go To Full Article

Intel FCLGA4-S Core 2 Extreme Reference Heatsink Review

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The other notable innovation with Intel's FCLGA4-S reference heatsink is harder to see, a vapour chamber. At 413grams, the vapour chamber also makes the Intel FCLGA4-S heatsink suprisingly lightweight for its 134mm wingspan. Intel engineers apparently built the heatsink with… Go To Full Article

Win a Pair of XFX 8800GS SLI cards

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Okay so its been a little while since our last free giveaway, but things should go back to normal in the next few months. This month one lucky winner will receive a matched pair of XFX GeForce 8800GS SLI cards… Go To Full Article

Hitachi GST plans for the works: 320 GB at 7,200 RPM

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As shipments of notebook PCs are expected to eclipse those of desktops sometime in the second half of 2009, manufacturers are becoming more concerned about making up for the capacity and performance gaps in their hard drives. … Go To Full Article

NYT: Yang Says Microsoft Didn’t Want to Negotiate

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It may be a "he said, she said" kind of situation, but Jerry Yang wants you to know he was negotiating in good faith and had a genuine offer on the table when Steve Ballmer walked away. … Go To Full Article

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