Online News April 24, 2012

  • [] Intel’s Core i7-3770K ‘Ivy Bridge’ processor

    Yes, folks, today Intel is introducing the long-anticipated new CPU code-named Ivy Bridge. The release of any new microprocessor comes with a tremendous amount of complex information, and Ivy is certainly no exception. Intel has handed over vast amounts of detail about its new chip, the products…
  • [] The Intel Ivy Bridge (Core i7 3770K) Review

    The times, they are changing. In fact, the times have already changed, we’re just waiting for the results. I remember the first time Intel brought me into a hotel room to show me their answer to AMD’s Athlon 64 FX—the Pentium 4 Extreme Edition. Back then the desktop race was hotly contested….
  • [] Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H Review

    With the heavy trimming that their range has got, the Gigabyte UD5 is expected to be the top-end product in their Z77 range. Does it live up to the title?

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  • [] Intel’s Ivy Bridge: An HTPC Perspective

    Towards the end of June 2011, we saw AMD trying to create a HTPC friendly solution in the Llano series. By pairing a GPU with the CPU in the same die, users could obtain HTPC functionality (hardware decode and video post processing) without the need for a discrete GPU. Intel put a GPU and CPU in…
  • [] KFA2 GeForce GTX 680 Hall of Fame Edition Available

    Do you remember the early-exposed Galaxy GeForce GTX 680 Hall of Fame Edition, now the graphics card has been listed in Overclockers UK. Currently KFA2 GeForce GTX 680 Hall of Fame Edition has accepted the pre-order at £529.99 (VAT (US included). It adopts milky PCB design, employs three 9cm fans…
  • [] ASUS Sabertooth Z77 review

    We review the ASUS Sabertooth Z77. Z77 is of course the Intel chipset predominantly released for Ivy Bridge based processors. This article is a full review of what you may expect from the TUF series Sabertooth Z77 have peek after which we’ll dive right into the photo shoot.


  • [] AMD Radeon HD 7900M/7800M To Debut on April 24th

    AMD is going to release its GCN-based mobile GPUs——Radon HD 7900M and HD 7800M. They’re based on Pitcairn and Cape Verdec core (desktop Radeon HD 7800/7700). The two graphics cards will arrive on April 24th, but the detail specifications are unknown, currently NVIDIA has won a great many orders of…
  • [] The TR Podcast 110: The lowdown on Ivy Bridge and her mobos

    Image: ( Date: April 23, 2012
    Time: 1:26:46

    Hosted by Jordan Drake

    Co-Hosts: Scott Wasson, Geoff Gasior, and Cyril Kowaliski

  • [] ORICO Prepares NCA Series Notebook Cooling Pads

    After entering SSDs and USB 3.0 flash disk field, ORICO now begins to introduce its notebook cooling pads. The upcoming ORICO NCA series cooling pads are designed for 15-inch and 14-inch notebooks. They feature aluminum material and large-area punching holes net. In addition, the cooling pads adopt…
  • [] Mobile Ivy Bridge and ASUS N56VM Preview

    Intel is firing a massive artillery barrage at its competition today with the release of desktop and mobile Ivy Bridge processors. Last year’s Sandy Bridge gave Intel a huge lead in the performance segment of the market, a lead that AMD has yet to overcome, but Intel isn’t ready to rest…
  • [] Intel Desktop Ivy Bridge Core i3 Processors Price Revealed

    Intel’s desktop Ivy Bridge Core i3 processors won’t debut in June, but the price has been revealed by VR-Zone. The first three desktop Core i3 processors are Core i3-3220, Core i3-3225 and Core i3-3240. They are priced at 113 Euro (US$149), 130 Euro (US$172) and 132 Euro (US$172), respectively.
  • [] AMD Radeon HD 2000, HD 3000, & HD 4000 Video Cards Being Moved To Legacy Status In May

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    Late last week word began circulating that AMD would be dropping driver support for their DX10 generation GPUS – HD 2000,…

  • [] Intel Core i7-3770K CPU Review

    Image: (’s range of Ivybridge CPUs has arrived; we take a look at the top-end Core i7 3770K.Image:…
  • [] Core i7 3770K and 3750 review with Z77

    We review the Core i7 3770K and 3750 Ivy bridge processors alongside Intel’s Z77 motherboard. Will Ivy Bridge be the processor series everything you expected Go find out in this extensive review here at Guru3D.

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  • [] Undervolting and Overclocking on Ivy Bridge

    In the past, overclocking a processor for ‘free’ performance involved taking a cheap model and pushing it past the top end model. In the land of Intel, overclocking by any significant margin has been limited to the more expensive processors – with Sandy Bridge is was common so…

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