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AMD 2010 CPU Series in Tests, Part 1
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Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 28 July 2010 20:15

iXBT Labs take an in-depth look at cache-size vs number of cores for performance.

You may remember our article series How CPU Features Affect CPU Performance that we published in 2009. That time we analyzed the performance of a number of processors to understand what affected it. Then we updated our test method and decided to do the same, but in situations and tasks closer to real life. Just like the last time, we're going to start with AMD -- with its Socket AM3 platform to be exact.

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Sparkle GTS 250 Graphics Card
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Written by Gizmo   
Friday, 23 July 2010 19:28

Techware Labs

With home media computers finding their way into many people's living rooms a need for high-powered hardware in smaller form factors is on the rise. Many early adopters of Home Theater PCs or HTPCs simply installed tower systems near their high definition TV or wired existing desktop systems in other rooms to the TV. Now with more widespread adoption many users wanted power horse computer capable of high definition multimedia playback but in a size more suitable to the TV area.

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Axle Radeon HD 5670 1GB GDDR5 Graphics Card Review
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Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 15 July 2010 17:43

From X-Bit Labs:

In our recent reviews we focused on ultrafast multi-GPU solutions that may cost you $1000 and more. Such tests are indeed interesting and produce the raw data for hot discussions about which GPU developer is better after all. But it must be acknowledged that few gamers have a Radeon HD 4970 or a pair of GeForce GTX 480 cards in their computers. Most of us have to limit ourselves to far more modest products. As a matter of fact, $200 and cheaper graphics cards constitute the largest share of AMD’s and Nvidia’s sales.

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Kingston SSDNow V+ 512GB solid-state drive
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Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 14 July 2010 19:32

From RegHardware:

Reg Hardware has covered plenty of solid-state disks before, but never anything to match the capacity of Kingston’s latest high density SSD. Back in January, Kingston announced the SSDNow V+ series, the higher spec members of its family of “value” drives with capacities ranging from 64GB to 512GB.

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Birth of a world beater
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Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 07 July 2010 22:20

From The Inquirer:

THE EMERGENCE of ARM as one of the world's two dominant processor architectures can be seen as Britain's last laugh after its home-grown computer industry was swamped by the Wintel tide.

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Obama Adds $800 Million For Broadband
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Written by Daniel   
Tuesday, 06 July 2010 18:34

From Information Week

Funds would be on top of the $7.2 billion already committed to bring high-speed Internet to underserved areas.


Nearly $800 million in new loans and grants to expand broadband connections has been announced by President Obama, who previously had committed $7.2 billion to bring broadband to underserved Americans.

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Axle Radeon HD 5670 1024 MB
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Written by Danrok   
Monday, 05 July 2010 18:56

From TechPowerUp!:

Last year AMD released their new Radeon HD 5800 Series of graphics cards which quickly became a big success due to the numerous improvements made over previous generations. Over the course of the last months AMD has completed their DirectX 11 lineup quickly, the Radeon HD 5670 was unveiled on Jan 14. It is based on AMD's Redwood graphics processor which is made in a 40 nm process at TSMC Taiwan. HD 5670 cards can be found around a $100 price point, which is a tough market that is crowded with other cards like the GeForce GT 240, 9600 GT and 9800 GT. AMD's own products here are HD 4770, HD 4830 and HD 4850.

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So Long HDMI: New Standard for A/V Uses Ethernet Cables
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Written by Daniel   
Friday, 02 July 2010 18:30

From Daily Tech

New standard offers both lower costs, the potential to deliver more information and convenience

LG Electronics, Samsung Electronics, Sony Pictures Entertainment and Valens Semiconductor have been secretly conspiring to kill HDMI.  And today they set their plans into motion, introducing a brand new audiovisual standard, HDBaseT.  While that name may sound confusing, before you slap your head, this will not likely introduce a new kind of cable to your house.

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