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GlobalFoundries Outlines 22 nm Roadmap
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Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 29 July 2009 14:50

David Lammers, News Editor -- Semiconductor International, 7/28/2009

GlobalFoundries (Sunnyvale, Calif.) plans to apply embedded silicon carbon (eSiC) stressors on its 22 nm nFET transistors, and is likely to use through-silicon vias (TSVs) to connect a fast SOI-based DRAM layer to a logic die, said John Pellerin, director of technology development at the IBM/GlobalFoundries Alliance in Fishkill, N.Y.

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Intel's first 34nm SSDs hit by Bios flaw
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Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 29 July 2009 12:18

By David Meyer ZDNet UK

Intel's new 34nm solid-state drive has a flaw that renders the drive inoperable for users who set a Bios drive password.

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Beyond 32nm: the future of processors revealed
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Written by Gizmo   
Monday, 27 July 2009 14:00
Big news. The IBM Technology Alliance has announced its 28nm process and the first chips should be rolling off the lines by 2010 with ARM systems-on-a-chip (SoC) among the first.
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OC Contest Done Right: MSI MOA 2009 EU Finals
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Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 22 July 2009 11:15

    Last weekend, Madshrimps took the plane to Munich to observe the European finals of the MSI Overclocking Arena 2009 competition. Instead of participating in the competition, our local OC Guru Massman crept behind the camera and reports from the EU Finals with scores, OC tips and lots of pictures!

Introduction

   Shocker! There has been a European overclocking competition and no Belgian team was present! Although we'd like to attribute our non-presence to many different causes, there's actually a very simple explanation: the Belgian team, formed by Pt1t and Massman, lost in the Benelux live event. So, instead of the Belgian team, there was a Dutch team present in Munich: Gendo and Wava, two relative newcomers in the overclocking scene. As they said themselves before the event, the expectations weren't set that high, so, because of the low expectations the team could start the competition as underdog and try to surprise the overclocking world by beating some of the top teams of Europe.
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AMD adds Phenom, Athlon chips to lineup
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Written by Daniel   
Wednesday, 22 July 2009 11:06
IDG News Service - Advanced Micro Devices has added new desktop processors to its chip lineup, including an upgraded quad-core chip that draws less power.

 By Agam Shah
July 22, 2009 12:07 AM ET

 Bottom Line Telecommunications, an online vendor, is taking preorders for an updated version of the Phenom II X4 945 quad-core processor, which draws less power than its predecessor. The chip runs at 3GHz, has 8MB of cache and draws 95 watts of power, which is 30 watts less than its predecessor. It is priced at $243 and will reach the store on July 29.

AMD today also announced two new dual-core Athlon processors for mainstream desktops. The Athlon II X2 dual-core 245 and 240 processors are affordable chips that allows users to run mainstream applications and play games, AMD said in an e-mail statement. The chips are priced between $60 and $66, according to the company.

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Asus P7P55D EVO First Look
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Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 14 July 2009 11:31

From Trusted Reviews:

A few weeks ago we took our first look at a P55 motherboard, the Asus P7P55 Pro. However, we didn't have the opportunity to actually play with the thing properly, much less put a new Intel Core i5 CPU in it and get it up and running. Well, a few days ago Asus once again contacted us and offered us a sneak peek at another of its boards and this time we could actually plug the thing in and get a system going.

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The Russians are coming
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Written by Danrok   
Friday, 10 July 2009 12:03

From The Inquirer:

ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURER Sitronics, which makes telecommunications, information technology and microelectronics gear in Russia and the CIS, is to open a 90 nanometre microchip plant.

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Panasonic Viera TX-P46S10 46in Plasma TV Review
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Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 08 July 2009 10:55

From Trusted Reviews:

Regular readers will know that so far this year I've been considerably more enamoured of Panasonic's new NeoPDP plasma TVs than I have of the cheaper models that use Panasonic's traditional plasma panel techniques. So on one level I'm not expecting anything particularly spectacular from the P46S10, sitting as it does towards the lower, non-NeoPDP end of Panasonic's current range.

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