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AMD's upcoming Bulldozer processor has been an increasingly hot topic as its launch date creeps nearer, but the company has kept a great deal of information under wraps. That's now beginning to change; AMD plans to discuss Bulldozer more in-depth at the ISSCC conference currently underway. According to AMD Fellow Tim Fischer, Bulldozer was designed from the ground up to reduce power consumption. He writes: Changes in clocking, latching, power management and on-chip memories are part of the comprehensive circuit updates incorporated into Bulldozer.  These are detailed in the paper, along with... Read more...
AMD's 2H Investor Day is tomorrow and rumors whisper that the company will display Bulldozer performance for the first time ever. In the past, AMD has often used Analyst Days to demonstrate upcoming products or to at least discuss them in more detail than it's done previously. If Bulldozer does make an appearance tomorrow it'll have a lot of weight to carry. AMD's share of the server market was flat in Q3 compared to Q2, despite the rapid proliferation of Magny-Cours processors and the AMD 6000/4000 platforms. We covered Bulldozer's architecture in detail a few months ago and there hasn't been... Read more...
Razer's been on a roll of late, busting out a new mousepad in May, a Blizzcon contest last week and now a new duo of gaming gadgets. The first device is a new portable Bluetooth Laser mouse, which looks to provide portable gamers with the same precision and comfort that desktop gamers have grown used to. The Orochi retains that iconic, ambidextrous design, and it's outfitted with a 4000dpi Razer Precision 3G Laser Sensor and dual mode wired/wireless functionality.There's also 7 programmable buttons, Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity, and Razer Synapse On-board Memory, which lets users store profile information... Read more...