Items tagged with 8P

Intel launched its much-anticipated Nehalem-EX processor today; the new chip could redefine performance at 4P and above. Nehalem-EX, aka Beckton, aka Xeon 6500/7500 is Nehalem at full throttle; Beckton is an eight-core/16-thread processor with up to 24MB of L3 cache or ~3MB per core compared to Nehalem's 2MB/core design. It supports up to four QPI links for glueless design implementations and features a quad-channel memory controller capable of controlling up to 16 DIMMs per socket. Intel has released a number of SKUs with different core counts, one without Hyper-Threading, varying amounts of L3... Read more...
Shuttle Announces SX38P2 Pro the Ultimate SFF Platform Feel Your Games Like You Have Never Before Taipei, Taiwan, 10th October 2007 - Shuttle Inc. – the leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories today announced its flagship gamers’ platform to the XPC Prima series – the Shuttle XPC Prima SX38P2 Pro, hardcore platform for the power enthusiasts. The Shuttle XPC Prima series SX38P2 Pro supports the latest Intel® 45nm multi-core processors up to 1333MHz FSB and capable of handling 8GB of DDR2 memory running at 1066MHz over-clocked. Featuring Intel®... Read more...
Good evening folks! If this is your first time checking in today, make sure to check out Dave's latest article, as he takes a look at Intel's Dual Core technology. HardOCP has also sent us a link to their review, which can be found below. Well, I'm off to watch the game soon, adios folks. Kingwin SS-350S-BK SATA External Enclosure Video Review #551 @ 3DGameMan "This external all aluminum enclosure fits a standard SATA HDD up to a whopping 400GB, is available in 2 different colors (black/silver), & is stackable. This is not a USB2 product but rather gets connected to a SATA connection;... Read more...
Good morning friends, I am glad to see you are back :)  Things around the HH lab are shaping up to be a busy day.  With most of the team grinding away on their respective reviews I am sure the Mr. Coffee is going to get a through workout today.  Speaking of which, go grab a cup of joe and settle in.  Here is your AM shot...  ABIT AV8Pro Motherboard Review @ HardOCP.com "ABIT did a masterful job in designing and implementing the AV8, making a very solid foundational board with which to launch their socket 939 based offerings. The board's stability and performance was... Read more...
Good morning everyone, how was your night?  Today is the first day off I have had in nearly two weeks, my "Saturday" of sorts.  However, there is some HH work that needs tending too, so I can not stay and chat at this moment.  Go grab a coffee and settle in for a little while, here is your AM shot of juice...  Thermaltake Tsunami Case Review @ VR-Zone Hardware "The back panel of the Tsunami is standard in design, with the only exception being the attached keys that come with the case. There are two sets of keys (with two keys per set). One set will unlock the... Read more...
Albatron PX865PE Lite Pro vs. Asus P4P800S-E Budget boards take a bite out of the market by Robert Maloney November 20th, 2003           With the proliferation of 800MHz FSB processors and the wide acceptance of DDR400 memory, it's quite easy to see how Springdale and Canterwood boards have captured a large share of the current market.  Performance-wise, both of these chipsets provide a large jump over the very successful i845, but with an equally large bump in the price.  Cost-conscious users who are currently content with their i845 setup might... Read more...
The Gigabyte GV-R98P128D Powered by the ATi Radeon 9800 Pro By - Marco Chiappetta July 17, 2003 At the moment, gamers looking for a "Top-of-the-Line" graphics card, basically have two GPUs to choose from, either an ATi Radeon 9800 Pro or an NVIDIA GeForce FX 5900.  Video cards based on these two GPUs are so evenly matched, they swap the first place position in most of today's popular benchmarks, depending on what resolutions or settings are used.  And to further complicate matters, the performance landscape changes slightly with each driver release.  It's very difficult... Read more...