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Buffalo unveils USB 3.0 solid state drive line

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Coming only in a glossy black chassis, the new drives measure 97 (W) x 57 (H) x 12 (D) mm and weight 66 grams, are compatible with USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 systems, and are bundled with security software for easy encryption and… Go To Full Article

AMD lost some CPU market share in first quarter

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Although AMD posted a healthy profit not buoyed by juicy settlement money last quarter, the company lost some market share to Intel, according to IDC. The market research firm estimates that AMD's overall share of the global PC processor market… Go To Full Article

CoolIT ECO ALC ready to chill AMD's hexa-core CPUs

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Canadian company CoolIT Systems has quickly jumped the Thuban train and announced that its ECO ALC liquid cooling system is more than capable of handling the six cores of the AMD Phenom II X6 processors. Introduced early… Go To Full Article

Lamptron comes up with the FC6 fan controller

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Catering to the needs of the Big Brother in all of us, Lamptron Electronics has built and is preparing to release a new fan controller which can give power over up to four fans, the FC6. The… Go To Full Article

SB850 demand overwhelming for AMD

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AMD launched a triad of chipsets in a narrow time frame and together with the Phenom II X6 series the interest in the company platforms is greater than in a long time. Great for AMD, but there are problems in… Go To Full Article

Indilinx and SandForce not switching to SATA 6.0 Gbps before Q4 2010

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We've just heard that SATA 6Gbps updates to the most popular and newest SSD controllers - namely, those from Indilinx and Sandforce - aren't due until the fourth quarter this year, earliest. That leaves Micron's RealSSD (and Crucial's licensed version)… Go To Full Article

Nvidia Mulls Over Porting PhysX to OpenCL

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Nvidia Corp. said that it could eventually port computing of physics effects created using PhysX middleware to OpenCL application programming interface (API) and capable hardware. This may actually enable acceleration of physics effects processing on graphics chips to work on… Go To Full Article

Gigabyte GA-H55M-USB3 and GA-H57M-USB3: Attractive MicroATX Couple for LGA1156

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Gigabyte has rolled out six mainboard models for Intel’s LGA1156 processors with integrated graphics core. The series is meant to cater to different user categories. It is easy to discuss these mainboards in pairs and we will begin with the… Go To Full Article

AMD Phenom II X6 1090T vs Intel Core i7 930

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After AMD released "Dragon" platform at last year,people will have a choice of new platform solution which have high price performance,Phenom II X3 / 4 and Athlon II X3/X4 processors get a lot of peoples heart and this also promoted… Go To Full Article

EK Water Blocks Rolls Out GeForce 400 Series Offerings

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EK Water Blocks released as many as eight water blocks for the GeForce 400 series, four each for the GTX 470 and GTX 480. All four carry essentially the same full-coverage monolithic design, but differ with the selection of materials.… Go To Full Article

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