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 Well now, there's a surprise eh?  Welcome to HotHardware.com's 5th edition site.  As you can see we've revamped the graphics a bit courtesy of our in-house stylizers Mario Mirabella and Marco Chiappetta (team Cinzano baby!).  And of course there's our Ultra Code Ninja (UCN for short) Dominic Plouffe, our Canadian connection, who is responsible for our new ASP.net back-end engine.  What did I do you ask?  I sort of just sit around and point at things and say "fix that", "wrong color", and my favorite "it's broken!"... Yeah, I know I'm a real technician... At any rate, are things fast for you?  How does it look?  Anything broken? ... Read more...
Kingston just sent over a bit of information about some new SO-DIMMs they're about to release for high-performance notebooks.  Check out this snip from the official press release, and then head on over to their site for the full scoop. Kingston Launches 667-MHz DDR2 SO-DIMM Memory; Ready to Support Future High-Performance Notebook Market High-performance modules hit market ahead of notebook, mobile systems able to utilize new technology. Fountain Valley, CA (October 11, 2005), Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the release of ValueRAM DDR2 667-MHz (PC2-6400) memory modules to support next generation notebook and mobile systems.... Read more...
For years, AMD has been a growing thorn in Intel's side.  Early on, AMD had a much smaller market share than the elder silicon giant, but as the years progressed, AMD's foothold grew.  By continually introducing new products that compete directly with Intel's product line, AMD has grown to be a formidable foe for the incumbent chip maker.  Fast forward to today and you have a thriving company that not only competes on the same level as Intel, but manages to surpass them in many respects. In July 2004, AMD added the budget CPU sector to their hit list, taking on Intel's Celeron line with the Socket A based Sempron 2800+ and Socket 754 based 3100+.  Then in April 2005, AMD added... Read more...
GIGABYTE Launches First Generation Liquid Cooling System : 3D Galaxy series Taipei, Taiwan June 16, 2005 - GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, VGA cards, PC coolers and other computing hardware solutions, today announced the new 3D Galaxy liquid cooling system, the company's first generation water cooler for PC enthusiasts and extreme gamers. The new 3D Galaxy is designed to cool the most advanced high-performance PC processors from both Intel and AMD with a minimum of noise and risk of overheating with unique features such as LWP (Low Water Protection) and OHP (Over Heating Protection). Heat Dissipation Efficiency and Effectiveness:  The GIGABYTE 3D Galaxy Liquid... Read more...
Good morning (or evening) everyone. Today, AMD has taken the wraps off their latest edition Sempron, the Socket 754 based Sempron 3300+. This time around, AMD is targeting Intel's Celerons with their 3300+, looking to challenge the fastest offerings currently available. While some may think the Sempron 3300+ is merely a speed bump compared to the 3100+, guess again. AMD has tweaked the processor with new features and manufacturing process to help maintain a competitive edge in the economy class processor sector. Today, we'll highlight the critical changes that are incorporated in the latest Sempron 3300+, then we'll line up AMD's latest chip next to the 3100+ and a Celeron D 335 @ 2.8GHz to see... Read more...
In July of 2004, AMD released their latest economy class processors in the form of the Sempron line.  The initial release was predominantly Socket A-centric, with only one Socket 754 solution being offered.  Since that day, the Socket A Sempron family has grown to incorporate 7 flavors, yet the socket 754 Sempron line only recently added a 3000+ to the mix. This morning AMD has taken the wraps off their latest edition Sempron, the Socket 754 based Sempron 3300+.  Back when the Sempron 3100+ was released, Socket A models were targeted at Intel's Celeron family, while the 3100+ was in a class of its own, not matching up directly to any Celeron available on the market at that time. ... Read more...
Good afternoon folks! We just got word from NVIDIA that they've launched a new website full of information about their SLI (Scalable Link Interface) technology. And to help get things started, they're giving away a ton of hardware, courtesy of MSI.  Here's the full scoop.. NVIDIA has launched a new website dedicated to SLI information. A spin-off of the NVIDIA nZone Web site (www.nzone.com), the new SLIzone Web site (www.SLIzone.com) provides a plethora of information on SLI technology including news, system builder information, tutorials, reviews, certifications, contests and much more. To kick off the new site, MSI is sponsoring an SLI video contest, with prizes awarded to the top 3 SLI... Read more...
The Centrino Mobile Technology Launch Event Intel Takes Mobile Computing to the Next Level By - Jeff Bouton March 12, 2003 After a few remote illustrations, the demonstration portion the presentation was over and the focus shifted to input from high ranking executives from T-Mobile, Boeing, Marriot, MacDonalds, Toshiba, SAP, Cisco and several others.  The majority of these guests were Vice Presidents, CEO's and General Managers, adding to the magnitude of what Intel has unveiled.  After a few moments of discussion regarding each company's role in the future of wireless, Craig Barrett and Anand Chandrasekhar entertained the press for a quick Q&A session.  The next phase of the... Read more...
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