VIA Announces World's First Carbon Free Processor

Subject: Processors | September 13, 2006 - 11:29 AM |
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Taipei, Taiwan, September 13, 2006 - VIA Technologies, Inc, a
leading innovator and developer of silicon chip technologies and PC
platform solutions, today announced the VIA C7®-D processor for a new
breed of PC desktop solutions.

Source: VIA Arena

Core 2 Duo versus AM2

Subject: Processors | September 12, 2006 - 02:52 PM |
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The processor market has changed with the introduction of the Core 2 from Intel.  AMD's new AM2 chips don't add anywhere near as much to their systems, apart from DDR2.  With DDR2s looser timings, you don't really gain as much as you would think.  Extremetech takes a hard look at both the performance and the cost of the high and low end of these new chips, and the battle will rage on ... at least until AMD starts up their 4x4 .

Source: Extremetech

Overclocking freedom, the likes of which we haven't seen in quite a while

Subject: Processors | September 7, 2006 - 06:17 PM |
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Tweaktown took 2 of Intel's top processors, the Core 2 Extreme X6800 and E6700 turned the voltage up to 1.475V and pushed them as far as they could go.  The results are impressive, it has been a long while since CPU's could be pushed this far.

Source: TweakTown

New High-End Intel(R) Server Processors Expand Performance Leadership

Subject: Processors | August 29, 2006 - 02:32 PM |
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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 29, 2006
— Intel Corporation
today unveiled eight new Dual-Core Intel Xeon® 7100
series processors designed for multi-processor servers. Previously
codenamed 'Tulsa,' the Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 7100 series
delivers on key requirements to support the demands of enterprise
applications: top performance and reliability. The processor family
also includes lower-power, 95 watt options that reduce associated
energy costs.

Battle for encoding dominance

Subject: Processors | August 28, 2006 - 03:30 PM |
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AMD has held the speed title for a while now, but with the introduction of Core2, the speed battles are much different.  LOSTCIRCUITS grabs a handful of the less expensive chips from Intel and AMD to see who can claim the fastest speed, and the most bang for the buck.

Source: LOSTCIRCUITS
Subject: Processors
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Introduction and The Core Architecture

Intel has done it! They've lowered power consumption and improved battery life in our third and possibly final look at the Intel Core 2 Duo mobile CPU. So is the latest CPU all it's hyped up to be?

Showcasing AMD's next generation of processors

Subject: Processors | August 22, 2006 - 12:05 PM |
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Quad core is coming, and [H] has the slides to prove it.  There is much that is new in these chips, apart from the 4x4 we know about.  Built on 65nm SOI technology, an L3 cache shared between all 4 cores and a clock for each core.  There is a lot more information, so head on over.

Source: [H]ard|OCP

Intel is currently winning the processor wars

Subject: Processors | August 17, 2006 - 03:19 PM |
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The Guru of 3D takes a long hard look at three Core 2 Duo processors, the E6600, E6700 and X6800.  Benchmarking is only part of the review, they also look at how Intel managed to make such a huge jump from the Pentium 4 architecture they have been using.

Source: Guru of 3D

AMD gets back to it's enthusiast roots - overclockability!

Subject: Processors | August 14, 2006 - 03:10 PM |
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Legit Reviews takes a socket AM2 4200+ from it's default 2.2 GHz, all the way up to 3.1.  They went most of the wasy with aircooling, but to get that last bit, they slapped on a Corsair Nautilus 500.  It has been a while since we have seen AMD chips that can be overclocked almost 50% from stock, a free 900MHz is nothing to sneer at.

You win in the Dual Core pricing war

Subject: Processors | August 8, 2006 - 03:27 PM |
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As Ryan's link proved, there are 2 Core Duo processors available for under $200 and 3 AMD X2 socket AM2sThe Tech Report grabbed 2 of the lower priced processors to benchmark, so go take a look at what kind of deal they are.

"The game is changing dramatically, however, with Intel's introduction of its ne