Nvidia changes GT200 NDA date to 17th June

@ 2008/05/26 read/post comments(1)
These are from Philip Scholz, Consumer Marketing Specialist at Nvidia and are of very 'high' importance. Phil is a new one in the Memogate series, so hi Phil, welcome to the club. The first one points out the embargo dates… Go To Full Article

Photos and more details on AMD 4800 series

@ 2008/05/26 read/post comments(7)
Radeon HD 4870 core and memory clock frequencies have not yet confirmed, is most curious about the outside world is carrying Qimonda production GDDR5 memory Qimonda as the first GDDR5 graphics memory of AMD AMD / ATI Radeon HD 4800… Go To Full Article

PQI-TDK JV introduces 1.8-inch SSD

@ 2008/05/26 read/post comments(0)
Built on SLC NAND flash chips, the new 1.8-inch SSD delivers a data read rate of 100MB per second. CSS stressed that the SSD supports TDK's proprietary NAND flash management technology called Kotobuki, which enables the SSD to sustain operation… Go To Full Article

ARCTIC COOLING has announced the new Freezer XTREME

@ 2008/05/26 read/post comments(1)
ARCTIC COOLING has announced the new Freezer XTREME An Extremely Quiet Twin Tower Cooling Solution (Pfäffikon/Switzerland, 26 May 2008) To offer the enthusiast’s market an ultimate CPU cooler for extreme overclocking, the… Go To Full Article

Intel Quad Core Yorkfield R0 stepping to arrive

@ 2008/05/26 read/post comments(2)
We learned that Intel is about to release a new stepping for its Yorkfield quad core CPUs. The name will be R0-stepping and this new stepping should be better than the current C1-stepping. The new stepping will… Go To Full Article

Atom 330 dual core works at 1.6GHz

@ 2008/05/26 read/post comments(0)
Intel plans to launch its first dual core Atom based CPU in Q3. We scored some more details and many of them were quite easy to guess. The new dual core Atom will end up branded as the Atom 330… Go To Full Article

First Intel Nehalem has 8MB cache

@ 2008/05/26 read/post comments(3)
The first generation of Nehalem desktop processors codenamed Bloomfield, abbreviated BLM will have 8MB of cache memory. As it has shared cache memory, this should be just about enough. This decreases the amount of cache from the… Go To Full Article

How many FLOPS are in game consoles?

@ 2008/05/26 read/post comments(0)
Floating Point Operations Per Second - FLOPS - one of the more obscure processor performance indicators, and one of the oldest ones. Over time, it has been modified with prefixes such as M (mega), G (giga), T (tera) and will… Go To Full Article

Samsung announces 256 GB, 200 MB/s solid state disk drive

@ 2008/05/26 read/post comments(6)
The drive is based on the company’s multi-level cell (MLC) and will be equipped with a SATA II interface. Samsung promises that the 2.5” version, which is just 9.5 mm thick, will hit data read rates of 200 MB/s and… Go To Full Article

GlacialTech expands to a brighter LED future

@ 2008/05/26 read/post comments(0)
GlacialTech expands to a brighter LED future May 2008- GlacialTech Inc, is announcing its entry into the market of finished LED products… Go To Full Article

‹ First  < 7135 7136 7137 7138 7139 >  Last ›