XBit Labs reports that Intel is releasing a 2.4GHz Prescott and that it is already showing up in Asia. This is a chip that runs at a 133MHz bus, and has no hyperthreading. It’s meant for cheaper PIV platforms, and
XBit Labs reports that Microsoft has released its software development kit for the XBox 2 console. Basically, it’s a dual-processor Apple G5 with Radeon Pro 9800 graphics, and an Windows OS. I’d like to ask you all a simple question:
People are overclocking the XP Mobile 2500+ chip from AMD. Why? 1) It allows for greater manipulation of the multiplier on the chip than current multiplier-locked Bartons (just how much depends on the mobo you have) and 2) Since it
I was looking for something else at the Intel website when I saw a FAQ which said, “How to recognize a thermally advantaged chassis.” This I had to see, so I went here, and sure enough, Intel explains: First, The
The Inquirer points out that you can see a extremely interesting lecture by Bob Colwell, who was Intel’s IA-32 Chief Architect from 1992-2000. I’m not in the habit of watching anything for an hour and a half, but I started
It appears the folks at Overclockers.ru have an interesting new idea. Why not have an International Overclockers Day? They suggest February 29, saying that’s the best day because that’s the one day of the year when the calendar is overclocked.