Intel won't let Nvidia make Nehalem chipsets

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Nvidia's Director or PR, Derek Perez, has told Fudzilla that Intel actually won't let Nvidia make its Nforce chipset that will work with Intel's Nehalem generation of processors. We confirmed this from Intel’s side, as well as other sources. Intel… Go To Full Article

Intel embraces overclocking, doesn't extend warranty

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Intel gives users the tools to squeeze extra performance from their systems by overclocking the processor, but don't expect the warranty to cover you if things go wrong. Overclocking capabilities are a main feature of Intel's 4-series… Go To Full Article

Cat's out of the Bag: Intel Nehalem Benchmarked

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We had access to a 2.66GHz Nehalem for the longest time, unfortunately the motherboard it was paired with had some serious issues with memory performance. Not only was there no difference between single and triple channel memory configurations, memory latency… Go To Full Article

ATI/Nvidia price war takes its toll, Intel seen as savior

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The CEO of one of the largest manufacturers told us that he happily would ditch AMD and Nvidia completely and go for Larrabee alone since he would be able to secure his company’s future with Intel's design policy. Go To Full Article

Acer Releases Aspire One Low-Cost Sub-Notebook

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Acer Aspire One comes with 8.9” screen with 1024x600 resolution and is based on Intel Atom N270 (1.60GHz) processor as well as Intel 945GMS and ICH7-M core-logic with integrated graphics core. The notebooks will be equipped with 512MB or 1GB… Go To Full Article

OCZ snatches Fatal1ty for its products

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According to the info over at PC Perspective as well as our sources, we can expect the Fatal1ty logo to appear on OCZ's kits and power supplies. This is a great move by OCZ since there is no one better… Go To Full Article

Kingston co-founder: DRAM makers have no way out

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David Sun, co-founder of the number-one DRAM module company Kingston Technology, believes that no DRAM maker will voluntarily quit the market as they have no backdoor to exit. Even if more consolidation is seen in the industry, overall capacity will… Go To Full Article

OCZ shows off 2133 MHz DDR3 memory

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OCZ Technology is running a live demo of DDR3-17000 memory clocked at 2133 MHz at Computex. The memory devices are based on the company’s Flex II design, which includes a liquid cooling technology for memory modules. OCZ said that the… Go To Full Article

AGP is almost dead...

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You knew it was coming. Four years after the introduction of the first PCI Express chipset, Intel’s 925X, the accelerated graphics port (AGP) is finally running out of steam and products using AGP are very scarce. Go To Full Article

ATI Launches XGP, eXternal Graphics Platform for Notebooks

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ATI XGP™ technology (eXternal Graphics Platform) is an external graphics solution for notebook PCs. ATI XGP is designed to deliver enthusiast-class graphics performance, true multimedia upgradeability and multiple connectivity options, revolutionizing GPU performance on a notebook PC equipped with an… Go To Full Article

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