Sean Kalinich |
Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am |
So, the 3.2GHz Phenom II X6 isn't enough for you? Well then, AMD has a new 3.3GHz model hot off of the press. Read the review.
When everything boils down to a three-way fight for your consumer dollar, does the market and the consumer ultimately suffer? Read the article.
Intel has upped the overclocking ante on their CPU line-up with a new "K" series CPU. Will these unlocked parts really help with your OC addiction? Read the review.
In a market full of multi-threaded CPUs, where do we find AMD and their native multi-core products? Read the article.
AMD has been lagging behind in the CPU race for a while, but now they jump back into the game with a 6-Core CPU that will definitely open some eyes. Read the review.
AMD and Intel give us more cores and threads, but what happens when your OS and apps don't know what to do with 'em? We explain why this is happening. Read the article.
Dean Smith |
The rein of Gulftown starts today. Let's see what it can do with some LN2 extreme cooling on tap! Read the article.
Intel is stepping up the game with the release of the Core i7 980X; their 32nm, 6-core, 12-thread productivity monster for the 1366 socket. Read the review.
Intel had a great 2009 with Nehalem and Lynnfield. Will Clarkdale and 32nm kick 2010 off with a bang or a pop? Let's take a look and see. Read the review.