AMD announces Epyc, Ryzen embedded families
Boasts multiple customer wins.
Cheaper than the original Eisbaer range.
A niche win, but still a win.
After the leaked pricing document uncovering the FX-60 and X2 5000+, AMD have disbanded a number of processors this week. Read on to find out more...
A Russian computer hardware enthusiast from Overclockers.ru forums has managed to get two GeForce 6600 GT's to operate in SLI mode on ASUS' P5WD2 Premium motherboard. Not all drivers work, though.
The missing master cards are finally found - CrossFire is shipping in the UK. Club 3D are first to retail for the second time.
An independent group of Finnish overclockers have sent ATI in to the record books with the first video card to operate at over a 1GHz core speed.
UPDATED: According to OcUK's video card product manager, NVIDIA will be launching the 512MB GeForce 7800 GTX on November 7th. Unfortunately, the statement has now been removed from OcUK's forums...
ATI have just scored a major design win with Intel. They'll be supplying Intel with Radeon Xpress 200M chipsets for the chip giants D101GGC mATX board aimed at the value segment.
After yesterday's announcement from ASUS, NVIDIA have followed by revealing the specifications of GeForce Go 7300. It seems that ASUS are NVIDIA's only launch partner at the moment.
AMD announced price drops for all processors yesterday, but the big news is the first appearance of the dual-core Athlon 64 X2 5000+. The next FX chip will be the FX-60 - will that sport dual cores also?
NVIDIA will release GeForce Go 7300 later this week, but it seems that the guys at ASUS wanted to be first to market with their new products. Details inside...
Apple is being sued over iPod nano scratches. Meanwhile, no surprise what the most popular iPod video download has been so far.
Masters of the custom paintjob, Colorware and now promoting their colorific versions of the iPod with video.
Warner Brothers doesn't jump camp from HD DVD, but is at least sticking a foot over the Blu-ray line.
Cities offering WiFi along with electricity? Might be a good principal, but businesses are getting annoyed. Would you have advertising in your WiFi?
Its new 'PhotoShop beater', Aperture, also appears. Dual core goodness abounds.
The man responsible for oh-so many copyright-hacking exploits is heading over to the States to get a job with Linspire. Not one to avoid controversy then, huh?
Up, up and away, in our beautiful broadband balloon. WiFi like Pie in the Sky. Hi-fly WiFi. Etc etc.
Want a little extra silicon on your chest? Forget boob jobs - a new technology could see MP3 players integrated into fake breasts.
How much do you think your PC is worth? If it's more than 2 years old, you might find Fry's $150 PC could be a cheap upgrade option. With a 2400+ Sempron processor, it's no slouch and is so cheap, it's almost disposable.
Intel's new technology brings solid state storage into system-critical applications. Cue faster boot times, happier users, more profit.
Sky is expected to buy out Easynet, in a bid to move from being an exclusively satellite provider. Cable companies run, hide in corner, cry.
Plenty of added goodness for Media Center owners, with sprinkly Xbox 360 sugar.
UPDATED: AMD managed to score a major win against Intel during the back to school season. According to analysts, AMD managed to outsell Intel for the very first time in US retail over the course of a calender month. The sales figures are mainly focused around PIB sales, and doesn't include major OEM sales.
Shuttle has created a fully loaded HTPC called the XPC Media Center. Dual TV tuners, FM radio, 250GB hard drive, wireless networking, 7.1 surround sound... it has everything you could want. Details & photos inside.
Think size isn't everything? Try telling Korean electronics giant, LG, who unveiled a whopping 102-inch plasma screen last week's KES 2005 show.
AMD has done the groundbreaking on its new Fab 36 facility in Dresden. Will extra chip-making capacity see AMD step up a gear in the processor wars?
A competitor to the X1600 is announced, too. Details of NVIDIA's Dutch wranglings inside.