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!
Subject: Shows and Expos | August 11, 2005 - 01:59 AM | Ryan Shrout
VIA extends Geared for Gaming initiative, sponsoring top all-girl PC gaming team to compete for US$30,000 at the world's premier multiplayer LAN gaming event
Taipei, Taiwan, 9th August 2005, - VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator and developer of silicon chip technologies and PC platform solutions, today announced the sponsorship of 'girlz 0f destruction', a leading female PC gaming team, at this year's QuakeCon being held in Grapevine, Texas, from 11th to 14th August 2005.
The girlz 0f destruction (www.girlzdestruct.com) team members will com
Subject: Shows and Expos | August 11, 2005 - 01:57 AM | Ryan Shrout
Well, I was waiting down in the line for hte BYOC area to open most of the evening and about 10 minutes ago, I gave up and came back to the room to finish up an article and get some sleep. You can head on over to the Quakecon website to see when things FINALLY get around to moving! ;)
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!
Subject: Shows and Expos | June 6, 2005 - 03:33 PM | Ryan Shrout
I just finished posting my Computex 2005 coverage from the driver's seat of a car headed towards Columbus, Ohio. Man, you have to love wireless data services. ;) In any event, you should give the article a read over and you might some interesting things being shown. My personal favorite is the Gigabyte iRAM which uses standard DDR memory to make a solid state storage device that is much faster than other storage options. There are some drawback of course, but we'll learn more about it very soon.
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.
Subject: Shows and Expos | April 7, 2005 - 10:16 AM | Ryan Shrout
I've had the pleasure of meeting Chris Morris a couple of times and I can tell that even though he works for the mainstream media, he knows his stuff. In this weeks edition of "Game Over" he discusses the implications of this year's E3 show.
The new consoles will get the lion's share of the spotlight, for obvious reasons. But software publishers have a few surprises up their sleeves that may shift the focus back to games by the time the show wraps up.
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.
Subject: Shows and Expos | March 2, 2005 - 04:20 PM | Ryan Shrout
Is it a bird? A plane? No, its AMD sticking its proverbial tongue out at Intel during IDF. Yes, this is indeed a picture of sky writing over San Francisco with the words "Turion 64 Mobility," though we couldn't get the entire phrase in our lense to capture. Who says AMD doesn't have a sense of humor?
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