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AMD Rolls Out New Dual-Core Processors for Embedded Device Market

AMD Rolls Out New Dual-Core Processors for Embedded Device Market

Sunnyvale, California-based Advanced Micro Devices has just announced the expansion of its processor portfolio with the introduction of two new, dual-core chips designed for the ASB1 BGA embedded client platform. Featuring a low TDP of just 18W, the new Turion Neo X2 model L625 and Athlon Neo X2 model L325 have been designed to provide […]

AMD Finally Rolls Out the 3.4GHz Phenom II X4 965 BE

AMD Finally Rolls Out the 3.4GHz Phenom II X4 965 BE

Sunnyvale, California-based Advanced Micro Devices, the world’s second largest vendor of computer processors, has announced today the launch of its latest desktop computer processor, part of the company’s growing line of Phenom II CPUs. The highly anticipated Phenom II X4 965 is part of the chip maker’s Black Edition series of high-performance processors, meaning that […]

Six-Core ‘Thuban’ Desktop Processors Confirmed for 2010

Six-Core ‘Thuban’ Desktop Processors Confirmed for 2010

Early this month, Advanced Micro Devices, the world’s second largest vendor of computer processors and Intel’s biggest rival, was rumored to be planning the expansion of its Phenom II lineup with the introduction of a new six-core processor that would be based on the chip maker’s ‘Istanbul’ server chip. On that note, the company recently […]

Six-Core 'Thuban' Desktop Processors Confirmed for 2010

Six-Core 'Thuban' Desktop Processors Confirmed for 2010

Early this month, Advanced Micro Devices, the world’s second largest vendor of computer processors and Intel’s biggest rival, was rumored to be planning the expansion of its Phenom II lineup with the introduction of a new six-core processor that would be based on the chip maker’s ‘Istanbul’ server chip. On that note, the company recently […]

Intel’s new Gulftown i7-980X CPU reviews well

Intel’s new Gulftown i7-980X CPU reviews well

Intel cut loose some benchmarking samples of their new, top of the line CPU, the i7-980X Extreme Edition. This is not a CPU intended for the causal use, but rather aim directly at the gaming market. MSRP for the CPU all by itself is a jaw-dropping $999, and rumors are already circulating that the OEMs […]

Intel develops new chip to improve cloud computing

Intel develops new chip to improve cloud computing

Intel, the computer chip manufacturing company, recently announced the development of the Xeon 5600 chip that it hopes will make cloud computing faster and more secure for organizations looking for a reliable option as they move into cloud computing. The company reports that the 5600 is 60 percent faster than the 5500 that it released […]

Intel in Q2 2010 Faster 34nm SSDs

Intel in Q2 2010 Faster 34nm SSDs

Intel is a leading actor among Solid State developers and the demand for its SSDs is proof enough of that. Intel is constantly trying to catch up with the demand and there is still a drought in stores and media samples are a rare sight. We have confirmation that Intel is not expecting to catch […]

Intel Core i9 tested months for launch

Intel Core i9 tested months for launch

Intel’s first hexa-core processor for desktops is codenamed Gulftown and is sated for next year, but will probably be known as Intel Core i9. The processor has been circulating among enthusiasts for some time and now the Polish hardware site PClab.pl has run the coming CPU through a series of benchmarks and decided to test […]

Intel, NEC to Develop Supercomputer Technologies of Tomorrow

Intel, NEC to Develop Supercomputer Technologies of Tomorrow

Intel Corporation and NEC Corporation today have agreed to jointly develop High Performance Computing (HPC) system technologies that will push the boundaries of supercomputing performance. NEC will bring these technologies to market in future supercomputers based on the Intel Xeon processor. NEC’s expertise in this field coupled with the Intel Xeon processor’s outstanding performance and […]

Intel Core i3 naked

Intel Core i3 naked

Even if Intel’s coming Clarkdale processors may not look that different from the rest on the outside, we know that it hides new dealies under the heatspreader. Clarkdale is the first serious processor architecture where Intel has merged CPU and GPU into the same package and those who have a hard time visualizing we now […]

AMD Congo netbooks from MSI and ASUS

AMD Congo netbooks from MSI and ASUS

AMD’s next generation platform for thin notebooks, Congo, was presented back in October along with the notebook concept VISION. The new platform is starting to appear and we have found it inside notebooks from ASUS and MSI. The major problem is what category to put them in. ASUS Eee PC 1201T looks like a netbook, […]

Intel release, second and working, TRIM firmware for G2 SSD lineup

Intel release, second and working, TRIM firmware for G2 SSD lineup

It took longer than hoped, but Intel has finally updated its firmware for the second generation Solid State Drives. Intel’s 32 nanometer SSDs got a flying start and when Intel has updated the firmware with TRIM support cheers could be heard everywhere. That was until many Windows 7 users reported that Intel’s new SSDs stopped […]