AMD's K10: a "dead" product or not?

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A few years ago it was fashionable to bash Intel's Pentium 4 as a braindead architecture. The fact that the Pentium 4 Northwood (533 MHz FSB) was the best performing processor from mid 2002 until late 2003 in many applications,… Go To Full Article

Toshiba wants half of SSD market

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The Japanese company, which has put together a totally new team to develop the up-and-coming storage technology, reckons that very few competing companies can keep up when it comes to SSDs. SSD drives, which are currently salary-sappingly… Go To Full Article

AMD cuts quad core power

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AMD’s x86 Opteron HE processors runs on only 55 Watts of AC power, and comes in 2300 and 8300 product lines for two, four, and eight way rack server blades. Randy Allen, corporate vice president and general… Go To Full Article

Sony over-exaggerating OLED TV claims?

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The Sony XEL-1 was released earlier this year when it was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show. The $2500 TV is notable because it is the first in the US that uses OLED technology. Sony claims that… Go To Full Article

Intel's first SSD customer will be Google

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Google plans to switch some of its servers over to solid-state drive-based (SSD-based) storage supplied by Intel in order to lower electricity consumption, according to sources at memory makers. The more power efficient SSDs will be installed… Go To Full Article

GeForce 9900 GTX Card Design Exposed

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We saw some mechanical designs on GT200 card leaked out on the internet and we can confirm it is not fake as we got the same file earlier last week from our reliable sources. The D10U card has a total… Go To Full Article

Pioneer to End Plasma Display Production

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The PDP TV sector has been hit in recent years by increasing competition from the rival LCD (liquid crystal display) technology. In the past PDP had a cost advantage at large screen sizes of around 42-inches and greater but the… Go To Full Article

How Intel did the overclock lock on LGA1160

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As we told you some time ago, Intel has put in what can only be called an overclocking lock in the upcoming LGA1160 processors which are currently going under the codenames of Lynnfield and Havendale. Until now,… Go To Full Article

More Nehalem details emerge

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Expreview has scored some more information about Intel's Nehalem processor and if the slide they've posted is indeed genuine, then it looks like triple-channel DDR3 will provide a 32GB/s memory bandwith, which isn't amazingly much better than the X48's 25.6GB/s… Go To Full Article

AMD RV770 GDDR5 to sample soon

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RV770PRO with GDDR3 has been sampled a few weeks ago and AMD is about to sample RV770XT cards with GDDR5 memory. As we said before, RV770XT will end up as the faster from two and it has… Go To Full Article

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