Intel to Replace LGA1366 Socket in 2011

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Intel is set to replace its current high-end socket, LGA1366, when it releases its new 8-cores processors in the second half of 2011. The new socket and accompanying chipset bring several new features for better performance. Read More

AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Benchmarked

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AMD’s new flagship hexa-core processor, the Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition, has been benchmarked at Coolaler Forums. Tests results were leaked two weeks before the expected launch date of April 26th. Read More

Nvidia Releases WHQL Fermi Drivers

Nvidia has released WHQL-certified drivers including support for the new GTX480 and GTX470 graphics cards. Products are still unavailable but should hit the shelves this week. Read More

USB 3.0 Gaining Momentum Among Manufacturers

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The new SuperSpeed USB standard has seen a fairly low adoption rate since its release. This situation might change for the better as two major players are expected to enter the market, hopefully augmenting the level of confidence in the industry regarding the new technology. Read More

A Forum Wars Journal Part 3: Very Unsafe Scores

Now before I start today, I must increase the vocabulary of all 5 readers of this article by an entire word! The word, is ‘welp’. Now current definitions aside, it is a word invented by me and one of my buddies that is used to express disappointment. Read More

Mainstream Nvidia DX11 Cards to Have 256 Shader Cores

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Derivative from the Fermi architecture aimed at the mainstream market, dubbed GF104, is expected to feature up to 256 shader cores, half of what is found in the GF100 chip. Graphics cards based on the new silicon from Nvidia are expected to hit retail during the summer 2010. Read More

ATI Radeon HD5870 Eyefinity6 Review Roundup

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ATI completes its lineup of DirectX11-capable graphics cards by releasing the Radeon HD5870 Eyefinity6 Edition, a card capable of displaying on up to 6 monitors at a time. We rounded up a bunch of reviews for your reading pleasure! Read More

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