There you go.
Sorry, I thought there weren't enough instances of the word in today's articles.
When the heat transfer isn't great, sustained temperatures will be a bit higher. Also, Haswell suffers from the same problem as IVB: it doesn't...
AMD's X-series processors also don't require an additional I/O chip, whereas the Atom chips do.
You know what they say about there being two sides to every story... I'm interested to hear EK's interpretation of events.
Well, since those are just 1TB and 1.25TB respectively, I'd expect they're probably around the same length as those for 1-3TB today. ;)
I've got a fiver that says you've never even SEEN a system running a Bobcat-based CPU, let alone used one.
Yeeeaaaaaah.... there's no such thing.
Isn't that cute, he almost sounds like he knows what he's talking about!
Don't be disappointed in your purchase; instead, go to a website that does more than run two synthetic tests before calling it a day. Real-world...
A thought on the LGA2011 temps: did you try with the cooler rotated 90 degrees from the stated results? Despite the effects of the heat spreader,...
Why would anybody need something like Ivy Bridge for a NAS box?
At least it was over something more serious than a hockey game.
AMD's performance should not suffer to any noticeable degree by making their next gen GPUs on the first-available process from TSMC. The only real...
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