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  • Online News December 8, 2011

    Online News December 8, 2011

    [Anandtech.com] Lian Li’s PC-A05FN: Alternative Thinking at a $99 Price Point If you’re willing to shell out the money for them, there are a lot of interesting alternative enclosure designs on the market. Companies like SilverStone, Thermaltake, and Lian Li are happy to sell you more experimental and exotic cases once you get past $150 […]

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  • Online News December 7, 2011

    Online News December 7, 2011

    [Techpowerup.com] (PR) Super Talent Introduces Quad-Channel, Quad Rank DDR3 RDIMMs Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of NAND flash storage solutions, today announces a new line of 1333 MHz, quad rank registered DDR3 RDIMM modules for servers. Today’s new motherboards that support the new 16 core processors, now require a new type of RDIMMs, quad-channel […]

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  • Online News December 6, 2011

    Online News December 6, 2011

    [OCIA.net] OCZ RevoDrive 3 PCI-Express SSD The 240GB sample that we have features blistering performance rated at up to 1000MB/s read and 900MB/s write with 130,000 IOPS. This is 260MB/s read and 180MB/s write faster than the RevoDrive X2, a card that included four SandForce controllers to obtain such speeds. The RevoDrive 3 is able […]

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  • Online News December 5, 2011

    Online News December 5, 2011

    [Techpowerup.com] The Increasing Power Of The Pirate Party Many people will have heard of the Pirate Party, founded in Sweden in 2006 to fight what some people see as the abuses of big media corporations fronted by their trade organizations such as the RIAA & MPAA to protect their copyrights against the claimed “devastation” that […]

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  • Online News December 4, 2011

    Online News December 4, 2011

    [Anandtech.com] Ivy Bridge Desktop Lineup Overview Image: http://images.anandtech.com/doci/5166/ivy13_575px.jpg (http://i4memory.com/show/5166/ivy-bridge-overview) It’s that time of the year. Once again, Intel’s roadmaps have been leaked and we get to see what Intel has in store for us in 2012. I find the first bits of concrete info like… [Techpowerup.com] (PR) WD Updates Dec. Quarter Outlook, Reports on Recovery […]

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  • Online News December 3, 2011

    Online News December 3, 2011

    [Anandtech.com] Samsung’s PM830 Coming To Ultrabooks in 2012 Image: http://images.anandtech.com/doci/5179/samsung-msata-pm830.jpg (http://i4memory.com/show/5179/samsungs-pm830-coming-to-ultrabooks-in-2012) We’ve seen what Samsungs latest SSD controller can do in notebooks (http://www.anandtech.com/show/4863/the-samsung-ssd-830-review), and now they’re… [Expreview.com] Demo Of ASUS? Quad-core Transformer Prime Tablet Currently the highlight in tablet market is supposed to be ASUS Transformer Prime, it’s the global’ s first tablet based on […]

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  • Online News December 2, 2011

    Online News December 2, 2011

    [Techpowerup.com] The Move Away From x86 To ARM Processors On The Desktop To Start Soon – Survey It looks like there’s a subtle but relentless push to get ARM CPUs into desktop PCs. Morgan Stanley recently surveyed 30 PC makers (names not revealed) and discovered that 40% of them are interested in trying out ARM-based […]

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  • Online News December 1, 2011

    Online News December 1, 2011

    [Anandtech.com] Samsung Exynos 5250 Announced: Cortex-A15, 2GHz, Dual-core Image: http://images.anandtech.com/doci/5169/AP5250Better_575px.jpg (http://i4memory.com/show/5169/samsung-exynos-5250-announced-cortexa15-2ghz-dualcore) All our favorite mobile System-on-Chip manufacturers have been hard at work on their Cortex-A15 designs, and Samsung is no different. Today,… [Expreview.com] Galaxy Readies PC Power Supplies After entering into Solid State Drives industry, famous graphics manufacturer Galaxy seems to be also interested in […]

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  • Online News November 30, 2011

    Online News November 30, 2011

    [Techpowerup.com] File Sharing: Big 5 Aussy ISPs Gang Together Against Their Customers Well, it looks like Big Content finally got to them, because Australia’s five major ISPs (Telstra Bigpond, iiNet, Optus, iPrimus and Internode) are all ganging up together in a group called The Communications Alliance to screw over their customers in the name of […]

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  • Online News November 29, 2011

    Online News November 29, 2011

    [VR-Zone.com] Gigabyte updates its Booktops with the T1132, gives you a chance to win one vr-zone.com – Image: http://resources.vr-zone.net/uploads/14079/T1132_2.jpg With Intel’s ULV processors mostly ending up in Ultrabooks these days, it’s refreshing to see something a bit different and Gigabyte has overahauled its Booktop series of convertible notebooks with a shiny new Sandy… [Legitreviews.com] Seagate […]

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  • Gigabyte Extreme OC Workshop (Brisbane)

    Gigabyte Extreme OC Workshop (Brisbane)

    Gigabyte Australia and Team Australia held a Gigabyte Extreme Overclocking Workshop in my home town, Brisbane on Sunday November 27th, 2011. The event was held at UMART Milton store on the Corner Roy and Kilroe Streets, Milton. Prep day and Team Australia meet up It was a chance for me to meet up face to […]

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  • Online News November 28, 2011

    Online News November 28, 2011

    [Techpowerup.com] Bulldozer Beats Politicians As The Biggest Fail On our front page, we placed a poll in mid-September, ahead of AMD FX Processor family launch (based on the “Bulldozer” architecture). Based on the most plausible specifications and the hype surrounding the products at the time, we had a hunch that neither Bulldozer nor Sandy Bridge-E […]

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  • Online News November 27, 2011

    Online News November 27, 2011

    [Techpowerup.com] Wintel Alliance Slowly Crumbling, ARM To Eventually Rule The Desktop? The writing has been on the wall for a while now, that the close relationship between Microsoft and Intel (and by extension AMD) is crumbling into dust. In fact, they have never really been the best of friends. It has been clear since Microsoft […]

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  • Online News November 26, 2011

    Online News November 26, 2011

    [Techpowerup.com] Ivy Bridge Early Sneak Performance Peek: Any Faster Than Sandy Bridge? Intel’s Ivy Bridge line of processors are not due for release until spring 2012, but it looks like Chinese website Coolaler has scored a sneak peak at the performance level of Intel’s 22 nm Ivy Bridge platform by testing an engineering sample of […]

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  • Online News November 25, 2011

    Online News November 25, 2011

    [Hardwarecanucks.com] Lenovo Unleashes the World’s Smallest Fully-Functional Desktop PC Lenovo, today announced the IdeaCentre Q180 – a consumer desktop PC no larger than a paperback book, yet powerful enough to turn a digital TV into a multimedia hub for enjoying music, videos, games, web browsing and more. “With the IdeaCentre Q180, we upped our game […]

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  • Online News November 24, 2011

    Online News November 24, 2011

    [Techpowerup.com] Kinect For Windows Launches 2012: Aimed At PC Enthusiasts and Businesses The XBOX 360 Kinect motion tracking device has been a huge hit, especially with the modding community, who have got it to do things that Microsoft never envisaged for it. This appears to have paid off, because in an MSDN blog… [Techpowerup.com] Battlefield […]

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  • Online News November 23, 2011

    Online News November 23, 2011

    [Techreport.com] Today’s mid-range GPUs in Skyrim In a landscape littered with cookie-cutter war shooters and tightly scripted action-adventure games, titles like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim are a rarity. I suspect the very idea of letting players loose in a massive game world filled with hundreds of hours of content would give most game designers… […]

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  • Online News November 22, 2011

    Online News November 22, 2011

    [Anandtech.com] Game Review: Minecraft (PC) Minecraft, the world building game from independent developer Mojang, finally came out of a lengthy beta last week. It’s difficult to adequately review a game that has been playable for so long—sales passed four million recently—but this is an important game, not least because it… [Bigbruin.com] ASUS Sabertooth 990FX AMD […]

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