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Introduction and Corsair
From Computex, we take a look at the new products we saw from Corsair, OCZ, PNY and Super Talent that covers flash drives, new memory modules and even solid-state storage devices.
oqo model 2
VIA has single handedly raised the bar on the ultra-mobile PC front over the past several years with their mini-ITX form factor and others. Current models like the oqo and new NanoBook could offer UMPC features to a much wider audience.
We take a look around the various show halls at the traditional power supply and cooling companies to see what's new and what's coming down the road. There are always interesting surprises here!
Introduction, AGEIA and AMD
This year's CES show was pretty busy from a PC manufacturers standpoint and we met with quite a few companies including Asus, OCZ and Silverstone to see what was new for 2007!
Paul Otellini, CEO
Today we'll cover the IDF keynotes and what all the high-level executives had to see at the show. Details on the quad-core processors, future core architectures and Intel's NAND memory for notebooks are included.
What is Terascale?
Intel dropped a bomb at IDF showcasing a new technology called Terascale processing. Does the idea of an 80 core processor appeal to you at all?
The Week of IDF Begins Early
The Intel Developer Forum started with a quick look at a new Futuremark game engine that will utilize quad-core processors!
Introduction and Abit
Computex might be over, but our coverage isn't. Our final Computex article takes a look at the motherboards and video cards on display at the show.
AGEIA and Havok Physics War
E3 2006 was ripe with new consoles, controllers, PS3's and Wii's. But what did the PC gamer have to look at? Unfortunately, not very much.
Introduction and AGEIA
GDC 2006 was full of even more discussion about gaming physics and we have some videos of the demonstrations from both ATI and NVIDIA. Read this summary of the show for all latest information.
Intel's New Core Micro Architectgure
Intel was open as always about their plans for the future of their processor line up and gave us a sneak peak at the Merom and Conroe, the future of desktop and mobile.
Trying Something New
At this years Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, we look at what the PC industry has to offer and provide some videos of the booths and technology showcased as well.
A New Micro-Architecture
Even though PCPer isn't in San Francisco for this fall's IDF, that doesn't mean we are going to let the information pass us by. We grabbed some slides from Intel's presentation of their new architecture to share with you all.
The BYOC and Vendor Area
Quakecon 2005 has come and gone, but that doesn't mean it didn't leave a good impression. Stop in here to see what you missed if you didn't attend the best LAN party in the world!
Introduction and VIA's Future
VIA had their annual technology forum held at the Hyatt in Taipei during the same period as Computex again this year, and some of the brightest minds in the industry were on hand to give us some thoughts on what they see in the future. Oh, and a 2.0 GHz dual core X2!
Introduction and AMD Motherboards
Though we saw much more than just exhibits of Crossfire and C51, those were a couple of the highlights. Come read about what companies like MSI and Gigabyte had on display that impressed us this year.
Craig Barrett's Keynote
The Intel Developer Forum is full of all kinds of great information on dual core processors and the chipsets that support them. Read our coverage of the first half of IDF Spring 2005.
The Consumer Electronics Show of 2005 is over and as we sum up the show for our PC-related technology readers, you'll find some interesting information along all fronts inside.
The BYOC and Keynote Speech
Quakecon 2004 is over, but it was a great show. Lots of hardware vendors were on hand to show some new hardware, or maybe just tell us about it and the HardOCP workshop was a lot of fun as well.