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#1326| source: www.anandtech.com by crossbow on Fri Apr 18 2003 
Gigabyte Smacks Out An i875
Another i875 review. Why so many reviews? Maybe its a kick ass new intel chipset. Maybe I'm in a coma. Maybe AMD will come up with a numbering system that actually makes sense.

#1325| source: www.anandtech.com by crossbow on Fri Apr 18 2003 
Asus Has i875 Five By Five
Anand takes a look at Asus's entry into the i875 Canterwood market. Hows it stack up? Read and find out...or don't and be ridiculed by your friends and family!
#1324| source: www.tech-report.com by crossbow on Fri Apr 18 2003 
Opteron, Here Comes the Sweetness.
Pricing for the Opteron's found once again. Initial speeds are 1.4 to 1.8 ghz, with a 2.0 coming out about a month later.

1.8 Opteron >= 3.06 Xeon.

#1323| source: www.2cpu.com by crossbow on Wed Apr 16 2003 
Xeon's Get More Cache!
Later this year the new Socket 604 Xeon's will be adding upwards of one to four megs of cache (total). They'll also be moving to a 667 FSB...nice of intel to go and change the motherboard specs on everyone again, after they just sold the E7505's.

#1322| source: www.tech-report.com by crossbow on Wed Apr 16 2003 
Matrox Slows Down Parhelia
With the outstanding success of the Parhelia, Matrox has decided to slow down the card (as if it wasn't already slow enough) and rerelease it as a lower priced card under a different name.

#1321| source: www.xbitlabs.com by amigo on Tue Apr 15 2003 
NV35 Tech. Specs Unveiled
The next generation GeForce FX processor specs have reached the general public via whatever pipe NVIDIA missed to seal last time.
Maybe they should change the plumbing company, but then again we wouldn't know about the new NV35 then :)
#1320| source: www.hardocp.com by crossbow on Tue Apr 15 2003 
AMD/Intel Price Cuts
Check out the link for information on whose cutting who!

(P4 3.06 down by 188 USD!)

#1319| source: www.overclockers.com by crossbow on Mon Apr 14 2003 
Tearing the Megahertz Gap Apart
Athlon 64 wuppin some serious ass. Nothing like seeing your competitor running at almost 1.8x the clock speed losing the rabbit race :).

#1318| source: www.2cpu.com by crossbow on Mon Apr 14 2003 
Opteron Support For Windows 2003!!!
W00p W00p W00p.

See, microsoft IS sleeping with AMD.

#1317| source: www.2cpu.com by crossbow on Mon Apr 14 2003 
Opteron Pricing Info
[I]The prices for the 240 are $320.95 for the processor by itself or $343.95 for the boxed version. The 242 is going to be knocking out for $780.95 or $803.95. -Mike Magee [/I]




 
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