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A Little More Info. . .

Apparently, the folks at AMD Japan are a bit more talkative than those elsewhere, and the folks at PCWatch. (If you prefer a bit more English in your articles, take a look at what XBitLabs has to say here and Read More

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A Quiet Fix . . .

Intel talked about their future plans the other day, and announced that between now and 2010, they will introduce two new microarchitectures, Nehalem in 2008 and Gesher in 2010. I can hear the yawns already, but really, this is a Read More

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Reverse Hyperthreading? . . .

Some days ago, AMD mumbled something to somebody about coming up with something called “reverse hyperthreading,” which would make multiple CPUs look like one to a single-threaded program. This was supposed to be a feature that would show up in Read More

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Hell For Intel . . .

What kind of discounting has Intel been doing lately? A comparison of Intel’s official prices with those found on Pricewatch reveals that what Intel has been doing is discounting their less desirable (for one reason or other) models by about Read More