- Shuttle offers 9 new "Prescott-ready" XPC's
Shuttle are at the press again, this time announcing 9 "prescott-ready" XPC's, some of which were announced seperately not too long ago such as their SB81P which is based upon Intel's new 915G chipset. Current XPC models supporting Prescott include the SB83G5, SB81P, SB75G2 v2, SB61G2 v3, SS56G v2, ST61G4 v2, ST62K (both versions) and SS56L. More details within the attached PR here.
(Taipei, Taiwan - June 25, 2004) Shuttle Inc, a leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories, is proud to offer nine "Prescott-ready" XPC's. Featuring Shuttle's advanced Silent X technologies - ICE (integrated cooling engine), Silent X power supplies and intelligently engineered airﬂow dynamics - these SFF computers deliver state-of-the art performance and ergonomics in one-third the space of a full-size ATX system.
- AMD Announces New 64-Bit Applications to demonstrate up to 57% performance increases
This press release just in from AMD, they've announced that the 64-bit versions of software applications "Crafty" and "The Panorama Factory" when used in conjunction with WindowsXP 64-bit Edition yeild a significant performance increase of up to 57 percent when compared to their 32-bit counterparts. Further details and comments within the supporting PR.
SUNNYVALE, CA - June 28, 2004 - AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced that 64-bit versions of software applications Crafty and The Panorama Factory running on the beta version of the upcoming Microsoft(r) Windows(r) XP 64-bit Edition for 64-bit Extended Systems demonstrate significant increases in performance, up to 57 percent for the Panorama Factory, compared to 32-bit software versions. Crafty is an open-source, high-performance chess program scheduled to compete in the World Computer Chess Championship this July. The Panorama Factory V3 digitally renders a set of photos to create a panoramic picture on your desktop.
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