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Archive for September 22nd, 2018

Super Talent shatters SSD affordability barriers

Super Talent is expanding its presence in the lower-end solid-state drive market with the addition of the MasterDrive LX lineup, which strives to leave the wallet intact...




Asus N10 “netbook” busted playing Call of Duty 4

Stretching the definition of a "netbook" even further is the Asus N10, which has already been caught red-handed with COD4... alone, in the dark... More here.




Nintendo put an end to improved DS rumors… kind of

Nintendo has responded to recent rumors regarding a new and improved DS. Although it's implied that the rumors are false, no denial is present. All will be revealed soon.




Windows 7 to be tweaked for multi-core, apparently

Windows 7 is going to be "tweaked" on the parallel processing front, according to ZDNet. Microsoft is keeping its cards close to it's chest on the issue, though.




Asus P6T Deluxe OC Palm Edition pixellated, again

Additional pictures of Asus' P6T Deluxe OC Palm Edition have emerged. What sets the X58-equipped board apart is the "OC Palm" device, allowing on-the-go overclocking.




Point of View and Arctic Cooling deliver 9800 GTX+

Point of View has unleashed another 9800 GTX+, and this one is almost too good to resist. The board's custom cooling solution lowers temps by an acclaimed 10 - 20%.




AMD, Nvidia to release 40nm tech in Q2, 2009

If one were to believe Fudzilla, both AMD and Nvidia will introduce their 40nm graphics parts in Q2 2009. A simultaneous launch should even out the playing field.




AMD is ready to roll-out 45nm Shanghai server core

AMD is geared up to roll-out its 45nm Shanghai core - a server-oriented chip destined to pick up the pieces Barcelona broke late last year. CNet have the details.




Xbox 360 sales rise 214 percent following price cut

Xbox 360 sales have increased by 214 percent following recent price cuts, and the console is outselling the PS3 by a 2:1 ratio, according to Microsoft's Chris Lewis.




TSMC to commence 28nm production in early 2010

While it's yet to start 40nm production, foundry TSMC has announced that 28nm production will kick-off in the first quarter of 2010. NordicHW have the low-down.




AMD unleash low-end assault – Radeon HD 4550, 4350

In close succession to the launch of the Radeon HD 4600-series, AMD has today added two entry level models to its lineup, namely the HD 4550 and 4350.




PureOC upcoming reviews in pretty pixels – October

It's fair to say that our new labs have had a workout this past month, what with half a dozen reviews being published. There's still plenty more to come, including lots of cases...






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