Kingston Technology a world leader in memory production including SDRAM, NAND, and OEM memory have topped the $2-billion sales mark. Per the Inquirer, John Tu Kingston’s co-founder stated “The $2 billion figure represents a 38% Continue reading “Kingston sales reach $2-billion”.
Danger Den has introduced one of the most compact PC watercooling pumps ever. The Danger Den DDC-12V is a svelte 2.4″ x 2.4″ x 1.5″ and is powered via a molex connector drawing between 6V Continue reading “Danger Den releases “palm sized” pump”.
A photo of this bastard bantling of desktop silicium (read Server) can be viewed here. Whether the chip was ejected from an Intel livery van whilst speeding through pot-holed Berlin streets, or traded behind the Continue reading “Dual-Die Intel chip for sale on EBay”.
“AMD has updated its public roadmap. The biggest change: the death of its Athlon XP brand.” The Register
950W??!!! This is getting a bit out of control. “A Japan-based company has started to sell its power supply units with maximum output of up to 950W, which is the world’s highest performance for desktops. Continue reading “950W Power Supply Units Sneak into Market”.
Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Legit Reviews. In this time of sharing, and reason to give thanks, lets remember the young men and women serving all over the world. God bless those whom Continue reading “Happy Thanksgiving from Legit Reviews”.
Tom’s Hardware Guide recently published an article indicating Intel maybe seriously considering watercooling their CPU’s. A prototype system built by Sanyo Denki (
Per SiSoftware, the latest version 2005 caters to remote devices and offers extensive temperature, fan speed, CPU power and cooling system thermal resistence monitoring. Here’s a link to Sandra 2005 Features Table, and to the Continue reading “SISoftware Sandra 2005 released”.
Voodoo PC plans to release a laptop constructed in a carbon fibre shell. The notebook will be part of the ENVY series, called the ENVY m:50. Some benefits of the material will be it’s nominal Continue reading “Voodoo to release carbon fibre laptop”.
The Inquirer shares some pre-launch info on ATI’s new X850 graphic cards. The cards will be based on ATI’s .13-micron R480 core, which the Inquirer claims is “optimised R423 silicon” and are designed strictly for Continue reading “ATI X850 graphic card series revealed”.
Has the Scottish company Traffic Games developed the world’s first FPA (First Person Assassinator)? Dubbed JFK Reloaded, participants can take part in a simulated assassination of President John F. Kennedy travelling in the original Dallas Continue reading “Online game JFK Reloaded recreates assassination”.
Silicon Strategies reports a partnership between Tezzaron, and MagnaChip the latter once the non-memory division of Hynix Semiconductor. The fruits of partnership will bring to market; ” the worlds first and true three-dimensional chips.” Tezzaron Continue reading “MagnaChip and Tezzaron to manufacture worlds first 3D chips”.
Looks like Intel and NVIDIA have come to an understanding and are going to work together on some Intel platform boards. This should prove to be interesting as it will bring SLI technology to the Continue reading “Intel NFORCE Boards Coming Soon?”.
IBM’s eServer p5 595 64p benchmarks have surpassed a 3m per minute transaction record, trouncing the HP Integrity Superdome producing just over 1m transactions per minute (tpmC). The $16-million p5 system utilizes 64 1.9GHz IBM Continue reading “IBM 64-Unix server benchmarks dominate competition”.