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Intel Introduces “Ivy Bridge” 22nm 3D Transistors

Written on May 05, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Intel goes 3D with their transistors, CPUs will never be the same again.

You can always count on Intel to bring its A-game when it comes to its products. And now the company has unveiled something so revolutionary, expect that ordinary consumers will never get it until probably next year.

Introducing the Intel “Ivy Bridge” 22nm 3D transistors, which sports the newest look ditching the traditional 2D for the 3D planar platform streams, or what they would like to call “Tri-Gate” transistors.

Want more details? Well hit the break and watch the video Intel has gracefully provided to the world.

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NVIDIA Quad-Core Kal-El Chip Unleashed; Coming to Tablets This August

Written on February 16, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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NVIDIA has broken the graphics barrier again with the Kal-El quad core processor. Tablets take first blood this August.

NVIDIA has just unchained a beast, and it’s name is Kal-El. With a name that seems to have been rooted out from the Superman franchise, this quad-core behemoth we call a chip is touted to be twice as powerful as the Tegra 2, and that’s really something. The chip will most likely be named as Tegra 3 once it comes out to tablets this August.

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Dell Alienware M17x and Aurora Desktop Make CES 2011 Appearance

Written on January 07, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Looks like we have new companions in our night long gaming grinds as Dell reveals the Alienware M17x and Aurora desktop at CES 2011.

Dell’s new Alienware M17x and Aurora desktop make their grand appearance over at CES 2011, and their features are no push overs as the two carry Intel’s greatest processors yet, the i5 and i7 quad core Sandy Bridge processors. What really caught our attention was the Alenware M17x thanks to its upgraded chassis and overall body design (it looks incredibly buffed). The M17x possesses amazing HD display and also 3D compatible, clearly a big news not only to Dell but in the entire CES 2011 event itself. Looks like we have a new companion in our night long gaming grinds!

The Alienware M17x and Aurora Desktop will hit the market on January 10. The Alienware M17x has a price tag of $1499, while the Aurora desktop is tagged for $1799. Hit the break to see their full specs.

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AMD’s New Quad-Core and Six-Core Processors Unveiled

Written on January 05, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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With the rise of high-definition videos and 3D media content has certainly challenged chipmakers in making the best processors that will quench the thirst of their followers.

AMD has definitely risen to answer the call as it recently unleashes its stellar CPU line-up, including the so called “fastest quad-core desktop processor” and an impressive six-core processor that’ll leave the competition behind. Introducing the AMD Phenom II X4 975 and the AMD Phenom II X6 1065T.

The AMD Phenom II X4 975 Black Edition, the fastest quad-core processor, is a dream come true as it unlocks clock multipliers under the tough and reliable capabilities of a quad-core.The AMD Phenom II X6 1065T on the other hand, is AMD’s latest six-core processor that provides high-quality performance along with the AMD Turbo Core technology and low 95W TDP.

Click the link to see the official press release.

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