What's been hiding in the hawthorne

Subject: General Tech | May 16, 2008 - 04:30 PM |
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Virtual-Hideout got a look at some of the serious Intel hardware being shown off at the Hawthorn Farm Campus.  Skulltrail and Bonetrail 2, and a really impressive looking cooler are just some of what they saw.  Check out all their pictures.

"Over the last couple years, I've been attending various LANs and tech events

looking for that other side we rarely get to see. InfernaLAN is just one of the

many events sponsored by INTEL and wide variety of vendors and integrators

including Patriot Memory, Corsair, BFG, S3 Graphics, IBuyPower, PowerPC, and

Alienware.

It was here that I met many of Intel's finest incognito. These guys take their

personal systems as seriously as any enthusiast, cooled with the latest DangerDen

water cooled blocks and assembled in some of the sweetest cases created by man. I

thought that if they are this much fun and cared enough about what they do to

show off all these demo systems, then I really need to see what it is they do.

Well, a couple weeks after, I received a call with an invitation to visit Intel's

mysterious Hawthorn Farm Campus where much of the desktop motherboard and

processor magic happens. The dates were picked, test hardware assembled, and the

tour schedule set."

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