OCZ Technology has today unveiled two new additions to their Titanium-series memory lineup. Both operating at 800MHz (PC2-6400), the CL3 edition comes in 2GB kits that boasts 3-4-4-15 timings, while the 4GB edition offers 4-4-4-15 latencies. Both modules are "100% hand-tested for quality assurance and compatibility" and along with a lifetime warranty, feature OCZ's XTC heatspreaders.
Hitachi, the company that marketed the first perpendicular drive, and broke the 1TB barrier, has now revealed that a new head technology will allow 4TB (4,000 GB) drives in 2011. The smaller head is said to house 500 gigabits per square inch, compared to today's 200...
If you don't intend on breaking a world-record, then this doesn't really relate to you. According to DigiTimes, Intel is preparing their quad-core Core 2 Extreme QX9775 for launch in Q1 '08. The site note that the 1600MHz FSB chip operates at 3.2GHz, supports socket 771, and will cost around US$1,499.
Intel has released their revenue for the third quarter of this year. Intel's current revenue stands at $10.1 billion, 12% higher than this time last year. The company's operating income is also rather high at $2.2 billion, this time a 64% increase. Intel's gross margin is currently 52.4%, compared to Q2's 46.9%.
Formerly known as the HD 2950 Pro, the RV670 has been subject to recurrent speculation for weeks now. According to a leaked product page by an employee from GeCube (well, possibly a former employee now), the RV670PRO will be known as Radeon HD 3850 while the RV670XT will be known as Radeon HD 3870. The classic PRO, XT, GT and XTX suffixes won't appear on the boards, though.