Items tagged with Lynnfield

Just the other day, we gave you a sneak peek at a couple of motherboards Asus had coming down the pipeline that featured USB 3.0 and SATA 6G support, the P7P55D-E Premium and the P6X58D Premium. If you haven't seen the original post, be sure to check it out here. In it, we talk about the boards' PLX PCI Express Gen 2 switch implementation and how it connects to the NEC USB 3.0 and Marvell SATA 6G controller chips.       P7P55D-E Premium and P6X58D Premium with USB 3.0 and SATA 6G It turns out that one of the boards we showed you, the P55-Express based P7P55D-E Premium is very close to hitting the market. In fact, we already have on in house were able to run a few quick... Read more...
We've just received some interesting images and information regarding a couple of motherboards Asus has coming down the pipeline. The two motherboards you see pictured below are the P7P55D-E Premium and the P6X58D Premium, for Intel's Lynnfield (Core i5, Core i7 800 series) and Bloomfield (Core i7 900 series) platforms, respectively.   As its name suggests, the P7P55D-E Premium is built around Intel's P55 Express chipset and sports an LAG1156 socket for Core i5 and Core i7 800 series processors. Alternatively, the P6X58D Premium features Intel's X58 Express chipset and an LGA1366 socket, for more powerful Core i7 900 series processors.   It is not the core logic on these products that... Read more...
Last week, we predicted that Intel's strong product mix and fabulous Q3 results could have negatively impacted AMD's own numbers at a time when the company is struggling to return to profitability. While AMD has yet to return to the black, the company's third quarter results are very good. Company executives weren't willing to flatly predict a strong Q4—the market is still uncertain—but the company may well hit its original Q4 target. The conference call packed a lot of information into 60 minutes, so let's start unpacking it—numbers first.AMD's total revenue in Q3 was $1.396 billion, up 18 percent over the second quarter, but down 22 percent year-on-year. That last isn't surprising—Intel's own... Read more...
G.Skill Announces its ECO Memory: DDR3 at just 1.35V Taipei, Taiwan - 15th October, 2009 - G.Skill International Co. Ltd., manufacturer of extreme performance memory and solid-state storage with solid quality, has today released its ECO low voltage, 1.35V dual channel DDR3 memory for Intel Lynnfield Core i5 and Core i7 platforms. Compared to the current DDR3 standard voltage of 1.65V, G.Skill’s ECO memory modules require 18% less VDIMM. This can have a great contribution to power efficiency, environmental friendliness and ultimately saves G.Skill customers money. In addition, the lower voltages decreases a system’s operating temperature, resulting in improved stability. G.Skill’s own internal... Read more...
Cue lights, Rock Star sound track, and drum-roll please...  Check, check, is this thing on?  Ladies and Gents, we have ourselves a winner for the HotHardware.com and Intel Core i7 For The Mainstream Guy/Gal Sweepstakes!  This new-found Core i Guy has been with us here at HotHardware since April this year and it's good to have him aboard.  You'll find he's often chatting it up in our news story threads and hanging out for a bit of banter in the HH Community Forum as well.  Give it up for our Intel Core i For The Mainstream Guy/Gal Sweepstakes winner, REALNEIL!Congratulations Neil, you are the proud owner of this <HOT> new Intel Core i7 860 Gaming System, courtesy... Read more...
The enthusiast scene is filled with consumers with do-it-yourself attitudes who regularly build their own systems from scratch. In fact, some feel that part of the fun associated with a new build is comparing prices online and asking for advice on tech forums in order to configure the ideal system. Although there are obvious benefits of going this route, there are those who may not have the time to find the lowest prices on each individual component or inclination to assemble a rig unassisted. While an abundance of options are available for consumers who prefer a pre-built system, they usually come with a few compromises. These compromises consist of the use lower quality components to fill out... Read more...
We thought it was high time to temp and tease you all a bit, with our latest Sweepstakes courtesy of our friends at Intel.  Yes, even you could win a fully equipped Core i7 870 (2.93GHz) system built by CyperPower PC.  There's still time to get into the drawing that will be closing this Friday, October 9th!  Let's roll the Ts and Cs for you here...Rules and Regs:As usual, we’ll be giving away this rig away to a randomly selected contributor to our on-line forum and news discussion systems.  To be entered into the sweepstakes, you’ve got to be a registered, active member and a resident of the United States or Canada (Canadian winners are responsible for all international duties/taxes).... Read more...
It's that time again folks!  In conjunction with our friends at Intel and various etailers, we have assembled one hot rig to give away this month!  We're announcing yet another new sweepstakes where you could win a full Intel P55 chipset and Core i7 870 gaming system (aka Lynnfield), outfitted with a GeForce GTX295, 8GB of RAM, both Blu-ray and standard DVD-RW drives and a 1TB hard drive!  With that kind of power at the heart of this rig, in a windowed NZXT Beta gaming case, this machine will definitely be a head-turning hot-rod -- and it could be all yours!  Rules and Regs:As usual, we’ll be giving away this rig away to a randomly selected contributor to our on-line forum... Read more...
Although Intel talked about their upcoming 32nm Westmere-based processors at IDF, and even showed off a few demos of the next-gen core at work right on stage, we still got in some private face-time with a few Intel reps and engineers in a closed door session to glean a few more details. A couple of the items we saw firsthand were Intel's upcoming Clarkdale (not to be confused with Clarksfield) and Arrandale processors. If you're unfamiliar with Clarkdale and Arrandale, they are upcoming mainstream desktop and mobile processor offerings based on the Nehalem microarchitecture, manufactured on Intel's 32nm process node. Like other Nehalem derivatives, Clarkdale and Arrandale will feature Intel Turbo... Read more...
Although Intel talked about their upcoming 32nm Westmere-based processors at IDF, and even showed off a few demos of the next-gen core at work right on stage, we still got in some private face-time with a few Intel reps and engineers in a closed door session to glean a few more details. A couple of the items we saw firsthand were Intel's upcoming Clarkdale (not to be confused with Clarksfield) and Arrandale processors. If you're unfamiliar with Clarkdale and Arrandale, they are upcoming mainstream desktop and mobile processor offerings based on the Nehalem microarchitecture, manufactured on Intel's 32nm process node.   Intel Clarkdale and Arrandale Details Like other Nehalem derivatives,... Read more...
For quite some time now, Intel has been the undisputed leader when it comes to laptop CPU performance. This advantage comes from the fact that Intel has successfully scaled its desktop processor technology for use in the mobile platform. That trend continues with the latest mobile processor platform being unleashed today from Intel: the "Clarksfield"-based Core i7 Mobile processor family and the new PM55 Express Chipset. This marks the first time that the "Nehalem" Core i7 microarchitecture has been ported over to the mobile side. The fact that the mobile version of Nehalem makes its debut only two weeks following the launch of Intel's Core i5 ("Lynnfield") mainstream desktop CPU and P55 Express... Read more...
For quite some time now, Intel has been the undisputed leader when it comes to laptop CPU performance. This advantage comes from the fact that Intel has successfully scaled its desktop processor technology for use in the mobile platform. That trend continues with the latest mobile processor platform being unleashed today from Intel: the "Clarksfield"-based Core i7 Mobile processor family and the new PM55 Express Chipset.This marks the first time that the "Nehalem" Core i7 microarchitecture has been ported over to the mobile side. The fact that the mobile version of Nehalem makes its debut only two weeks following the launch of Intel's Core i5 ("Lynnfield") mainstream desktop CPU and P55... Read more...
In the past 12 months, AMD has revamped its entire product line around its 45nm Shanghai architecture; the company now has a range of Athlon II and Phenom II parts that stretches from an Athlon II X2 at 2.8GHz/1MB L2 at $60 to the unlocked Phenom II X4 965 "Black Edition" at $245 with 512K of L2 per core and a 6MB L3. Shanghai, as we've discussed on more than one occasion, was a big step in the right direction for AMD—it may not offer competitive performance vs. Core i7/Core i5, but it competes quite well with Intel's Core 2 Duo. Unfortunately, the company's stronger product line has yet to bolster its sagging market share. According to the research firm iSuppli, AMD's share of the global PC... Read more...
Today, ASUS introduced the P7P55D Series motherboards featuring the Intel P55 Express chipset and support for the latest LGA 1156 socket for Intel Core i7 and Core i5 processors. The motherboards come with Hybrid Processor, which gives users intelligent performance enhancement; Hybrid Phase, which provides active cooling; and Hybrid OS for rapid online access. Read on for additional details regarding all of the new motherboards, including the P7P55D Premium which natively supports 6Gbps data transfer bandwidth with the latest SATA storage interface. ASUS Hybrid Motherboards Deliver Fast Performance and Uncompromised Stability ASUS P7P55D Series Feature the Latest Intel Chipset, 48 Hybrid Phase... Read more...
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