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AMD Ushers in Next Generation of Computing with AMD A-Series APUs

Posted 14 de June de 2011 by Pedro

AMD today announced the next generation in mainstream consumer computing with the availability of the new high-performance AMD Fusion A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs). Enabling truly immersive computing experiences in consumer notebooks and desktops, the AMD A-Series APUs enable brilliant HD graphics, supercomputer-like performance and over 10.5 hours of battery life. In an increasingly digital […]

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Radeon HD 7950 Released

Posted 31 de January de 2012 by Pedro

The Radeon HD 7970 was (limited) released back in December, now it’s time for it’s younger sister, the HD 7950, to be released. The Radeon HD 7950 boasts the same features of the Radeon HD 7970 however since it’s a step down when comparing to the top end card it has lower hardware capabilities (it […]

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First AMD FX Processors To Be Launched in October and with Lower Prices Than Expected

Posted 21 de September de 2011 by Pedro

According to this news article at DonanimHaber, the first Bulldozer processors from AMD will be launched in next October and with lower prices than initially expected. The sources told DonanimHaber that AMD is planning to launch in October 12 the first FX series processors and with prices lower than those reported before. The octo-core FX-8150 […]

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PNY XLR Liquid Cooled GTX580

Posted 8 de June de 2011 by Pedro

PNY and Asetek, a leader in CPU thermal management, have combined forces to launch a high-end Liquid Cooled Graphics solution geared towards gaming enthusiasts. Consumers will receive a fully integrated XLR8 GeForce GTX liquid cooled graphics system, with a combination GPU/CPU cooling version available as well. Engineered with a closed loop system, and built with […]

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AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series of Graphics Cards Launched

Posted 5 de March de 2012 by Pedro

AMD has just launched the HD 7800 Series of graphics cards, the Radeon HD 7850 and the Radeon HD 7870. AMD has launched the Radeon HD 7850 and the Radeon HD 7870. These cards are aimed to the price conscious gamer that looks to buy a graphics card that can deliver a great performance in […]

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Gmail helps finding stolen car

Posted 31 de May de 2011 by Pedro

The car of Mr.Avrohom Eliezer Friedman was robbed, but with the help of Gmail could retrieve the car. At this point you should already be wondering how an e-mail account helps a recovery of a stolen car, well actually this is not the Gmail of the e-mail accounts, but a personalized registration. Luckily the police […]

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Facebook uses more power in datacenters

Posted 28 de May de 2011 by Pedro

Servers takes juice—the electric kind—to keep the internet live, storing data and connecting visitors to websites, online services and social networks. The social media giant Facebook, for example, has nine third-party data centers in the US, with plans to build a tenth in Oregon. Current estimates are that Facebook uses 60,000 servers to help its […]

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Scythe Announces Their New Ninja 3 Silent Version CPU Cooler

Posted 31 de August de 2011 by Pedro

The Japanese company Scythe has announced their new Ninja 3 Silent version CPU Cooler. The Ninja 3 Silent Version comes with a 120mm Scythe Slip Stream fan that spins constantly at 800rpm. This feature makes it possible for the cooler to operate at an incredibly low noise level (10,70 dBA) which will without a doubt […]

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Spire Announces the Swirl Universal CPU Cooler

Posted 6 de June de 2011 by Pedro

Spire Corp officially introduced its new Swirl CPU cooler today. Utilizing three (3) sintered powder all copper 8mm thick heat pipes and a vertical cylinder design the Swirl is ready to push your CPU to maximum performance. The Swirl is constructed with a combination of an all copper base and all-direction aluminum fins to provide […]

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Antec Intros New Basiq Power 450W and 350W Models

Posted 7 de July de 2011 by Pedro

Antec released two new models of its entry-level Basiq Power PSU series, the VP450 and VP350, which deliver 450W and 350W of continuous power, respectively. The Basiq Power forms Antec’s brand of PSUs that provide quality and standards-compliant power-delivery without cheaping out on components. The PSUs provide essential power connectors, including one or more PCI-E […]

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AMD FX Processor Systems seen running at E3 2011 (8 Core and 4 Core)

Posted 7 de June de 2011 by Pedro

AMD FX Processor Systems seen running at E3 2011 (8 Core and 4 Core) At the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2011, AMD made its revival of the FX brand identifier official. The company steered clear of actually launching anything, but reran the audience through the AMD Bulldozer architecture, something AMD first did way back in […]

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Iphone 5 in October’s 4th?

Posted 30 de September de 2011 by Miguel

“Lets talk Iphone” 5 in October’s 4th? Well No escape on that one!   For all the apple’s fans and non-fans, waiting for the release day of new Iphone 5 is, for the first ones, like the biggest wildebeest migration in Serengeti in which there are millions of these beautiful-juicy-heavy-muscular creatures (iphone) that are waiting […]

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AMD Catalyst 11.12 WHQL Drivers Released

Posted 13 de December de 2011 by Pedro

AMD has released their last Catalyst WHQL drivers for the year of 2011. These new 11.12 drivers have no listed performance improvements but they fix a large number of fixes for both Windows 7 and Windows Vista. The fixes are mostly related to gaming such as texture glitches, random freezes and crashes. A funny typo […]

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Arctic Intros G-1 Adhesive Thermal Compound

Posted 20 de June de 2011 by Pedro

Arctic (formerly Arctic Cooling, before it diversified like no tomorrow), launched G-1 Thermal Glue, a non-metallic adhesive thermal paste. Unlike thermal epoxies that almost permanently attach heatsinks to components such as chips and FETs, the G-1 is intended to serve as adhesive thermal interface materials with scope for easy removal. It’s more of a competition […]

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Social Network Google + Launched

Posted 21 de September de 2011 by Pedro

Well, after a trial period in which the registration of new accounts was restricted, today Google Plus became available to all users. Vic Gundotra, senior vice-president of engineering at Google, confirmed on the official page that today the social network is in final version and perfectly stable.     With this release some features become […]

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