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Subject: Systems | May 22, 2004 - 05:03 PM | Ron Goldin
The power of Dual Opterons in a SFF package. Who would have thought IWill of all manufacturers would be the one with baby. Not me, its been a very long time hearing about AMD products from IWill. Now its time to see what they have been doing in the quiet corners of their R&D room. This baby needs to be sitting next to my desk!
Subject: Systems | May 13, 2004 - 09:14 PM | Kristie Goldin
System's are not my forte, but even I could tell there was something unique about the Gateway FMC-901X. It's certainly worth a peek. :)
The FMC-901X is a great system for those wanting to try something new.
SUNNYVALE, CA-MARCH 25, 2004-AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced attendees at last week's System Builder Summit event in Dallas, TX awarded AMD in three out of four eligible categories. AMD was crowned the winner for Best System Builder Program or Promotion, Best Hardware Product and Best Vendor Overall for both the System Builder Summit and VARVision events.
Subject: Systems | March 17, 2004 - 03:32 AM | Geoff Baker
For lovers of gizmos, Overclockers Cafe has a review of an interesting SFF system. No more going into bios to overclock, just twist the dial on the front of the case.
The last rock solid overclock was at 2.95GHz which is nothing to laugh at.
I posted the 3.2GHz screen shot just because faster is cooler to look at.
Even though it wouldn't stand up to the benchmarks, I actually ran the
system at 3.2 for about three hours surfing the net, so not too shabby I'd
have to say. One more thing about the EZ-Clock.