We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Rick wades through the wreckage of another post-apocalypse.
Partner cards, RTX 3090, and RTX 3070 stil to come.
The highly anticipated Phenom B3 stepping processors are here with slightly faster clocks and no TLB erratum. How does the new stepping overclock? How does it compare to other CPUs around the same price? We dive in to find out.
CeBIT 2008: AMD shows off its future processors and also talks about future mobile and desktop platforms during its CeBIT press conference.
Phenom may not be here quite yet, but MSI is already lining up its 790FX board: the K9A2 Platinum. It supports QuadFire and AM2+.
AMD's quad core "Barcelona" has arrived - it's finally here! Well, it is for servers at least.
Get your wallets ready as details and pictures of Gigabyte's Intel X38 and AMD RD790 DQ6 boards arise.
Sandtiger is the new core name for the Opteron AMD intends to arrive in 2009. We also get some more details on the 45nm Shanghai core as well.
AMD's upcoming Barcelona processors will launch at 2.0GHz and, more interestingly, will compete with Intel’s 2.33GHz Xeon 5345 CPU.
Are you looking forward to the new Intel price cuts happening on the 22nd? Yeah, we thought so - but don't look for more from AMD just yet.
After news trickled out over the weekend, AMD has indeed chopped prices again. You can now pick up a 6000+ for just $169.
An AMD spokesperson has reportedly promised honest benchmark results for its upcoming Barcelona CPUs in the coming weeks...
UPDATED: Amid speculation of even further delays to AMD's next-generation quad-core processors, the company has been talking about Barcelona's performance with its partners.
AMD today announced that its "native" quad core CPU, codenamed Barcelona, will start arriving on shelves in August.
Have you seen the issues with some of the latest hardware releases? Brett Thomas takes a look at the industry's recent "batteries not included" stance, and wonders...do we all have ADD or something?
According to a report that sites Taiwanese server manufacturers, AMD's Barcelona launch schedule may be pushed back.
At an event in California, AMD has demonstrated its upcoming Barcelona CPUs and R600 GPUs, as well as 45nm wafers for the first time.
Industry sources cited by TG Daily claim that Intel's upcoming Penryn family may arrive much earlier than initially expected.
Intel seems to have hit one additional nail in the coffin for Pentium Netburst CPUs by not officially certifying it for Bearlake.
Intel not only seems like it'll be introducing new CPUs in Q3, but it's also touted to make some crazy price cuts as well.
September 18 2020 | 18:30
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