The title from the Digitimes article says it all, “AMD Barcelona launch schedule up in the air.” From the article: “The sources noted that AMD has informed them that the introduction of Barcelona will be delayed until August or September,
Well, the initial XT2900 was released, and it was generally condemned for generating more heat than firepower. To be fair, this conclusion was based on cards using 80nm circuitry, a design that was abandoned by AMD because . . .
“Journalistic Integrity” is one of those phrases that, when applied to some magazines and websites, is an oxymoron. It’s no secret that advertising is the money-engine that keeps magazines and websites alive. As readers you may be annoyed at our
There’s a pretty amazing article over at at Anandtech. It pretty much demonstrates all the good AMD’s secrecy and slick talk has done for the company. “In fact, the more Intel changed for the better, the more it seemed AMD
In yesterday’s article, I made the comment that “God didn’t mean notebooks to be mobile gaming machines.” Why did I say that? I’ve been looking into new notebooks a lot lately, and it’s pretty obvious that a big chunk of
Intel recently talked about doing more with less in CPUs. This got little attention, and what attention it got carried the scent of mild disapproval, but in the long run, it will probably be more important than all the Santa
One of the big reasons that some people have trouble building computers is that there is an absolute myriad of components out there that have certain compatibilities with other parts, which means that the combination has to be flawless for