Every once in a while Apple introduces something, claims that its new product is a million percent faster than anything else, the Macsters have orgasms, and everyone else laughs. Well, Dell didn’t laugh this time around. They filed a complaint
Water has unique physical, thermal and chemical properties that also make it an excellent coolant for use in PC water-cooling systems. No other substance can provide all of the advantages and benefits offered by plain old water.
Intel plans to junk the desktop PIV path in favor of its notebook series. This is an admission by Intel that long-term, it can no longer conduct business as usual because it can’t handle the resultant heat and power problems.
XBitLabs reports some shocking Hammer production projections. Condensed, here’s what it says: CPU Type 2Q 2004 3Q 2004 4Q 2004 1Q 2005 Socket 754 700 970 900 250 Socket 939 50 260 540 1200 Total 750 1230 1440 1450 Before
The Good-To-Middling News The introduction of dual-layer DVD recorders looks to be right on track, with recorders first becoming available in April/May. Indeed, a couple manufacturers have indicated that their current 8X recorders can be transformed into dual-layer recorders with
AMD has apparently had a few words to say about DDR2. There’s a few words here, there’s a few more specific words there. When? It boils down to “when DDR2-667 shows up, and DDR2 is fairly cheap.” This points to