A dual-module/quad-core Bulldozer will not make Intel`s Sandy Bridge quad-core run for its money, but it could likely smoke any Intel dual-core processor. AMD has a brilliant marketing idea, and that is to market processors for the general “I can definitely afford $100 quad-core” market. Intel is by far faster and more productive, yet AMD is enough for most of the public needs. However, now the fight between the two depends on how a one AMD core will compare against one core from Intel. Single Core performance, not sure, but Multi-Core AMD really should have the upper hand Big Time. AMD contends that SMT technologies like Hyper-Threading overload a single-core
Sandy bridge is Intel’s 2011 performance mainstream architecture refresh. It has been wrestled into a new LGA 1155 socket. Also, Sandy Bridge will support OpenGL 3.0, DirectX 10.1 and OpenCL 1.1. Sandy bridge is a vast improvement over the previous Clarkdale/Arrandale-based Core i3 and Core i5 chips. Its performance will be increased without a core size increase. Sandy bridge is the code name for the latest generation of Intel mainstream processors, the successor to the Nehalem micro architecture. It was once known by the code name Gesher, meaning bridge in Hebrew.
Apple has decided not to wait that long to release iPad number 2. The Ipad 2 release date seems to be between (more…)
Honestly I have been looking for something to put in my friends computer, a typical budget build, and I found (more…)
ATI is rebranding their new cards, well just switching the numbers from 5xxx to 6xxx. It is crazy because it is already confusing trying to figure out if I want 58xxor 57xx or 47xx, and then there is NVIDIA with their 2xx or 4xx or 5xx.
The idea is not to destroy it or burn it or harm it in any other way. Instead use your iPad as an informational screen.
Imagine a cellphone display, MP3 player display just as simple as a bracelet. The information scrolls around on it. I can see this being useful to runners because who wants to run around with iTouch or any other big screen sized device.