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FX-55

Some comments on a few websites have been revised, and now the FX-55 is being reported to make its arrival in mid-late third quarter. This estimate makes sense given what else AMD has been saying about what it’s doing. By

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The Next Step for Storage . . . .

Putting Rust To Sleep Apparently, MS doesn’t want a hard drive in the next XBox2. Instead, they want to go with flash memory. What does this mean? The Good: Performance Using flash memory rather than a hard drive the way

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AMD Items

Another Contradictory Roadmap There’s an article with an updated AMD roadmap here. The information presented there rather differs from what Digitimes recently reported. Basically, there’s two new and two missing items: A 2.6GHz FX-55 is supposed to come out in

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A Brick In Your Future . . . .

The Inquirer reports some of the nitty-gritty details about shifting over to the BTX standard, most particularly in the cooling area. It says that Intel wants to use passive heatsinks to cool its spawns of Satan. BIG, HEAVY heatsinks. How

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Some Good Socket 939 News . . . .

What AMD Is Now Doing According to Digitimes, AMD will release socket 939 Newcastles in speeds ranging from 1.8GHz to 2.4GHz. Before, socket 939 Newcastles were only going to come in 2.2GHz and 2.4GHz. It’s the release of 1.8GHz and