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GIGABYTE wants the best overclockers - Intel P55 OC Challenge

@ 2010/03/02 read/post comments(0)
GIGABYTE wants the best overclockers - Intel P55 OC Challenge GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphic cards and other pc components, announces the qualification for the GIGABYTE OVERCLOCKING CHALLENGE today. Every… Go To Full Article

Pelikon's MorphPad demoed, combines touchpad, morphing keyboard

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This isn't just any old morphing keyboard, you see. Not only can the board be dynamically reconfigured by backlighting different portions of the keys — the entire surface of the thing doubles as a touchpad, which you can probably imagine… Go To Full Article

Windows XP security advisory warns of zero-day glitch

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Microsoft today issued a security advisory to Windows XP users saying that a glitch in Internet Explorer makes it possible for malicious users to craft code that would produce a fake Windows help file. Specifically, if users… Go To Full Article

Semiconductor sales increase slightly

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INDUSTRY THUMB TWIDDLERS SIA have announced that chip manufacturers managed to beat the post Christmas blues with a small increase in sales over December 2009. The Semiconductor Industry Association reported that sales hit $22.5 billion in January… Go To Full Article

Desktop Sandy Bridge uses socket 1155

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Intel might be playing its little game again. Last year before it officially introduced Core i7 and Core i3 based Clarkdale CPUs, it claimed that the new CPU has socket 1155. Later in 2009 it said to its partners that… Go To Full Article

Zotac ION-ITX-A Mainboard Review: Does ION Need a Dual-Core Atom?

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Manufacturers of miniature nettop mainboards offer solutions equipped with single-core as well as dual-core Intel Atom processors. However, are the differences between these two modifications really so significant? We tested two ION platforms and tried to answer this seemingly obvious… Go To Full Article

AMD Shows Off Phenom II X6 “Thuban” Processor

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Advanced Micro Devices is reportedly showing off its six-core desktop microprocessor code-named Thuban at the CeBIT trade-show in Hannover, Germany. Unfortunately, AMD still has to reveal specifications of the new chip and announce its pricing. According to… Go To Full Article

Sapphire 4GB HD 5970 Caught on Camera

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As we expected, Sapphire has pulled off the curtain of its 4GB Radeon HD 5970 at CeBIT, getting ready to compete against NVIDIA’s upcoming graphics cards. The massive heatsink offered by Arctic Cooling has three silent fans, and takes up… Go To Full Article

Matrox Graphics demonstrates 12 displays running off a single PC

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The system was built using an Intel Core i7 processor, shedload of system memory and twelve 26" NEC MultiSync LCD2690WUXI with a native resolution of 1920x1200. We like the fact that Matrox used displays with 16:10 ratio, rather than 16:9… Go To Full Article

Plextor Jumps Into SSD Fray With 64GB, 128GB

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The company's first generation of SSDs use Marvell controller chipsets, which will help the 64GB version deliver up to 110MB/s sequential read, 65MB/s in sequential write, and up to 4,200 random read IOPS and 1,200 random write IOPS. The 128GB… Go To Full Article

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