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Intel reported its sales figures for the first quarter of 2010 yesterday, and the company's market position could scarcely be better. Revenue in Q1 was $10.3 billion—a record for the quarter—while sales declined just three percent between Q4 2009 and Q1 2010. Processor shipments typically fall about nine percent during this period; Intel didn't just beat the odds, it trounced them. "The investments we're making in leading edge technology are delivering the most compelling product line-up in our history," said Paul Otellini, Intel president and CEO. "These leadership products combined with growing... Read more...
The last few months have been a whirlwind of activity for AMD. Since the beginning of the fourth quarter, the manufacturer has launched new ATI HD 5000 series parts in the high-end, enthusiast, and mainstream market segments, settled its antitrust lawsuit with Intel, renegotiated its x86 licensing agreement and charted a new course that will establish GlobalFoundries as a completely independent entity. Last week, the company announced its Q4 financial results and gave additional details on what it expects for 2010. This is the last time AMD will consolidate GlobalFoundries results into its own... Read more...
Seagate Launches i365, A Seagate Company, Unifying Its Services Businesses Under New Operating Structure To Ensure Agility, Speed And Efficiencies In Going To Market SAN JOSE, Calif.-Seagate (NASDAQ:STX) today announced a comprehensive rebranding of its EVault, MetaLINCS, and Seagate Recovery Services companies, which were operating as a division of Seagate under the name Seagate Services. Collectively these companies will now be formally known and unified as i365, A Seagate Company. Under this operating structure i365 has the agility, speed and efficiency to meet customer data management needs... Read more...
The Nintendo Wii seems to be the highlight of this years E3. The wait to play the new system reached four hours at one point, as the line stretched on and on. There have been a few negative comments about the console, mostly focusing around the lack of response the controller has in some games, but overall the system has been praised as a new step in the world of gaming. As the current leader, Sony has the most to lose as gamers take up the new machines. "Microsoft and Nintendo are building towards something bigger," said Margaret Robertson, editor... Read more...
Anandtech has published a review of the ULI-based ASRock 939SLI32-eSATA2 motherboard. With complete SLI x16 support, this budget offering provides surprising performance for an exceptionally low price. For those in the market for a cheap SLI-capable motherboard, this new board from ASRock might actually warrant your attention. Then again, NVIDIA's recent acquisition of ULI might make finding this board more than a bit difficult in the next few months. In the video area, the inclusion of dual PCI Express x16 slots provides x16 SLI capability for... Read more...
Good evening folks!  BW here, stopping by to let you all know that we've just posted a review of PQI's new PQI3200-1024DBU - Low Latency Turbo DDR400 RAM.  These modules posted some impressive benchmark scores, overclocked very well, and they're priced to sell.  Click here and check them out...... Read more...
Recently, several big name memory companies have offered new "low-latency" DDR memory modules capable of running with brisk 2-2-2-5 timings at 400MHz.  Based on Samsung's latest low-latency ICs, these chips have demonstrated remarkable stability, compatibility and speed as well as the potential to overclock in excess of 500MHz DDR when relaxed latencies are used. One of the lesser known players in this field is PQI Designs.  Not long ago, PQI acquired PMI Memory, incorporating their Turbo Series brand into the PQI product line.  This has given PQI a much broader product... Read more...