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MSI seeks to take on the Asus Strix with this three-fan monster that sports an RGB-illuminated backplate.
Hearthstone's latest update has brought Jake the perfect Christmas Gift.
Won't be going to AMD, though.
Intel's next generation Westmere-EX server chip looks set to feature ten physical cores.
Fresh from the launch of its second generation six-core workstation / server CPUs, the uber-fast and Xeon 5600-series, Intel is now ready to unveil its first ever eight-core CPU. Meet the Xeon X7500-series, codename Nehalem EX - we put it through its paces in a 64-thread test system.
AMD-based systems accounted for the top three supercomputers in this year's TOP500 list - but are overwhelmingly outnumbered by systems based on rival Intel's chips.
First look at the new six-core CPU from Intel - will it be a Core i9? Who knows...
Intel may be scrapping the Core i7-920, but its replacement, the 2.88GHz Core i7-930, will fill the gap in Q1 2010.
Gigabyte confirms everyone's suspicion that the forthcoming six-core Gulftown CPU will be branded as Core i9.
In this tiny micro ATX Core i7 board, Asus has managed to squeeze more kit than most others manufacturers can cram into a full sized board. The Republic of Gamers Rampage II Gene is the bigger brother to the Maximus II Gene - but is it any better?
In a move many thought impossible, hackintosh retailer Psystar has left Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in fine fetter, launching a new product to the ire of Apple.
Sources close to Intel say it will release a 6-core Nehalem derivative in roughly the same timeframe as Lynnfield.
COMPUTEX 09: Intel demonstrated what we believe is the world's first Nehalem-based laptop this morning.
Intel yesterday demonstrated the next step forwards its Xeon CPU line will take with its eight-core, 16 thread Nehalem-EX processor.
AMD claims that business isn't run on benchmarks, and describes Intel's Nehalem architecture as "the sincerest form of flattery".
If you thought Core i7 was fast, prepare to be shocked all over again - you can run two Nehalem EP Xeon W5580s together in one motherboard. We take a look at Intel's latest workstation/server CPU which is up to 93 per cent faster than previous Core 2 architecture Xeons.
We have just learned that Intel has filed suit against Nvidia, asking the court to make a declaratory judgement relating to two four-year old license agreements.
Finally Corsair has updated its industry leading DHX! We've got our hands on the latest Corsair Dominator heatsinks for some close up action.
From top to bottom we review and compare the latest processors in Intel's performance line-up and stack all three up against the previous generation from both Intel and AMD to find out where exactly the improvements lie and if they are worth your money.
Intel's new, revolutionary CPU architecture has arrived and inevitably we take a deep dive into its workings and design to find what makes this tock, tick.
We've got hold of Noctua's latest Xeon Coolers and its new Core i7 mounting kit - plenty of pics inside.
Asus' new Rampage II Extreme is about as high-end as they come. Designed for Intel's next generation Core i7 CPU and X58 chipset, it's got one purpose only: extreme overclocking and breaking records. Well, OK, that's two but we digress...
DDR3 at 800MHz or 1,066MHz with the option for a 1,333MHz OC, but CAS latencies are currently through the roof.
IDF FALL 2008: After playing with many of the Nehalem machines dotted around IDF, it looks like the fastest Intel Core i7 processor at launch will be clocked at 3.2GHz.
We're in San Francisco, USA at the 2008 Intel Developer Forum and are covering the event in detail to bring you all the latest and most important news. If you don't want to wade through all the headlines though then here's a handy breakdown of all the IDF coverage, updated regularly!
IDF FALL 2008: We've got the skinnies on the various Nehalem derivatives that'll be released over the next six-or-so months.
IDF FALL 2008: Pat Gelsinger spent quite a bit of his keynote talking about Nehalem's new power management technology known as Turbo Mode.
While out in Hong Kong we had a chance to ask some questions of Richard Liu, the Senior Director of Motherboard Division at Asus. With Nehalem and X58 just around the corner, Nvidia potentially exiting the motherboard chipset market and a global economic downturn in full swing, there was plenty to talk about!
Intel has formally announced that its upcoming line of Nehalem processors will use the Core i7 brand name.
Well, that's the word in Taiwan anyway, however some are saying Intel might push it back..
Nvidia won't have it's own SLI chipset when Nehalem launches, but there will be some X58 boards that support SLI.
Intel announces some more details on Nehalem at the VLSI Symposia 2008 conference that should whet your appetite ahead of the fourth quarter release schedule.
COMPUTEX 2008: Usually very coy to show unreleased products, Intel is so confident in Nehalem it's already showing off X58 boards.
COMPUTEX 08: Noctua already has designs for a Nehalem mounting kit ready not only for future products, but current ones as well.
COMPUTEX 2008: We're out in Taipei visiting companies ahead of next week's Computex 2008 tradeshow. We've snagged some pics of baby Nehalem and a very early MSI X58 board.
Intel is entering into a partnership with high-performance computing legends Cray to create a next-generation supercomputer - and it could well be Nehalem-based.
Here's a handy index of our comprehensive coverage of the Spring 2008 Intel Developer Forum from Shanghai, China.
IDF SPRING 08: Calpella is the platform that will follow on from Intel's upcoming Montevina platform. It's based on Nehalem.
IDF SPRING 08: We're out in Shanghai, where Intel will spend a lot of this week's Developer Forum talking about its Atom processors.
Earlier in the week, we chatted to Intel ahead of next month's Intel Developer Forum to discuss some of its future products... Nehalem and Larrabee to be specific. It looks like 2009 and onwards will see all the major players fight on multiple fronts.
Penryn will be around for a while yet and the pressure will be off AMD and ATI as Intel might launch most Nehalems in mid 2009.