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Intel Sand Bridge CPU Official Reviews

@ 2011/01/03 read/post comments(1)
Quote: In terms of absolute CPU performance, Sandy Bridge doesn't actually move things forward. This isn't another ultra-high-end CPU launch, but rather a refresh… Go To Full Article

Intel Sandy Bridge CPU OC Guide

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(1)
To get ourselves prepared for the transition towards the next Intel mainstream, namely the P67, I would like to share my personal findings by writing up this overclocking guide to get people to be more familiarized with this platform. Any… Go To Full Article

The Man Behind 'Sandy Bridge'

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)
With the imminent launch of Intel’s next-generation Core processors at the International Consumer Electronics Show on Jan. 5, we thought it would be interesting to hear a perspective from the person who has been leading the chip design teams responsible… Go To Full Article

Defcon 18 Pwned By the owner What happens when you steal a hackers computer

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)

ASRock's Brazos board detailed

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)
E EXPECTED A FEW Brazos boards at launch, but it seems like we might end up seeing more than just a few which is good news for AMD if nothing else. ASRock is readying a board of its own called… Go To Full Article

Intel puts GPU memory on Ivy Bridge

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)
INTEL'S SANDY BRIDGE is days away from launch, but the big news this week is the massive changes to the next generation Ivy Bridge. If Intel manages to get their drivers in order, it could destroy the entire low end… Go To Full Article

British e-tailer ships Sandy Bridge

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)
A British e-tailer is already shipping Sandy Bridge processors, but it has only one SKU in stock, the Core i5-2500K. Oyyy.co.uk claims to have 262 units in stock, which is quite impressive considering the new processors shouldn't even be on… Go To Full Article

3 TB drives and Windows, practical test

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)
As you know, the arrival of hard drives with higher than 2 TiB / 2.2 TB capacities poses a few compatibility problems, especially in Windows. You have to go from LBA type addressing to Long-LBA and MBR partitioning has to… Go To Full Article

SilverStone GD04 HTPC Case: Cool, Not Quiet

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)
My media center PC was far from old and decrepit, but I wound up with an opportunity to both rebuild it into something faster and cut a profit this month and went for it. Choosing a case for the new… Go To Full Article

Intel's SSD 310: G2 Performance in an mSATA Form Factor

@ 2011/01/02 read/post comments(0)
Based on the 34nm Intel X25-M G2 controller, the 310 will be available in both 40GB and 80GB capacities. The 80GB version should perform a bit slower than an 80GB X25-M G2 while the 40GB version will perform like a… Go To Full Article

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