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A delightfully gruesome monster power fantasy that doesn't quite live up to its potential.
Wireless RGB headset with surround sound for under £100. Any good?
Promises to tame massive power draw.
Big cooler for high-TDP applications.
Retail chips running hotter than samples.
Ultra-low power chips heading to tablets.
Ultra low power chips tipped for tablet devices.
High-performance hex-core chip hits shops.
With claims of GTX 480 performance after overclocking, it's looking up for Nvidia's mid-range card
AMD is set to launch a range of new low-power dual-, tri-, and quad-core Athlon II CPUs.
AMD has announced some new members to its Opteron range of server chips - six-core processors drawing a minuscule 40W of power without sacrificing performance.
A CPU-Z screenshot showing AMD's Athlon II CPU emerges, suggesting that the new "Rana" core will have no Level 3 cache.
Rumours suggest that AMD won't be producing a reference Radeon HD 4890 X2 card, but partners are working on their own designs.
Nvidia shrinks the PCB used by the GeForce 9800 GTX+ and calls it a new graphics card.
AMD is still rating its CPUs with ACP "average" power consumption, instead of a "total" power limit and claims its own TDP values can't be compared to Intel's - but why?
MSI appears to have problems with its K9A2 CF - it is now not supported with 125W CPUs like the AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ and 6400+.
HKEPC has managed to get its hands on a low-end 45nm Wolfdale processor and has revealed some interesting info on the upcoming Penryn processor family.
Sources close to AMD have suggested that the company's future 45nm socket AM3 CPUs will work in current socket AM2 motherboards.
IDF SPRING 2007: Intel showed off its 45nm upgrade to the Core Architecture, Penryn, in Beijing today. We have initial benchmark results -- click for details.
Early reports from Japan suggest that the first batch of Pentium D 900 series processors may not have some or all of Intel's power-saving technologies in a fully functional state. Intel has stated that the problems will be fixed in a BIOS update expected in Q2.
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