Creative is having a big problem. Their drivers are Vista-challenged. Somebody started futzing around with their drivers and got them to work better than Creative, even apparently with sound cards with no official Vista support. them (He also did some
New York State is getting antsy about AMD building a fab in their state. They recently asked for some reassurances, and this is what they got: “Their hopes, dreams and future are all tied up in this plant,” (U.S. Senator
AMD is introducing its B3 quad (and B2 tricores) Phenoms. Here’s all you need to know about them: The old Q6600 still beats the fastest Phenom almost all the time. The old Q6600 still can overclock a lot more than
XBit Labs tells us about this report which says that 64-core machines will start showing up in servers in 2009, and desktops in 2012. Let’s leave aside the server side of this prediction, it’s both conceivable and there’s good reason
Intel provided more details about the Nehalem-generation of processors and a few about its successor, Sandy Bridge, but that’s probably old news to you. You may not know about this estimate of Nehalem performance: 20-30% faster than a Penryn clock-for-clock.
AMD is on the verge of layoffs, despite silly AMD PR “denials”. This isn’t surprising at all, though the reasons for doing this now might be: 1) So long as the current crisis in the financial markets continue, AMD is
This article is a compilation of my thoughts on all the games I purchased in 2007. There are a few good titles missing, namely Call of Duty 4 and Bioshock. But I presently play COD4 on the PS3 and after