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VIA KT880 Chipset Launched

VIA today announced that the new VIA KT880 dual channel chipset has been selected by the world's leading mainboard vendors including Asus, Gigabyte and MSI to power their flagship AMD Athlon XP processor platforms. Featuring the DualStream64™ memory controller, an intuitive package of new dual channel DDR400 memory technologies, and

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Intel Prescott D-0 Stepping

Intel® Pentium® 4 processor with 1MB L2 Cache on the 90nm Process Technology, will undergo the following changes for the C-0 to the D-0 core processor stepping change : - CPUID will change from 0F33h to oF34h - D-0 will incorporate planned power optimizations to enable speed enhancements - D-0 is pin compatible with C-0

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Intel Case Modding Competition Finalists

Intel Technology Asia has named nine Intel® Case-Mod Competition finalists in Singapore's first case-modding competition. Case-modding is a growing global phenomenon where users use their imagination and technical prowess to modify the look of their PC. Finalists in the Intel Case-Mod Competition were chosen for their creativity in transforming the traditional beige box into eye-catching

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Next Gen. PCI Express & Infiniband Plans

Developers of the Infiniband system-to-system interconnect will meet to lay out a plan that revs the technology to 100 Gbit/s and will discuss whether it should move to 5- or 6.25-Gbit/s signaling and possibly wider links for its next generation. At the same time, engineers working on the emerging chip-to-chip PCI Express are starting

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TI Unveils New Chip For DigiCams

Texas Instruments unveiled a new processor for digital cameras that it said will cut by half both the start-up time for the camera and the delay between shots. The new chip also supports wireless networking, TI said, so a user could add a Wi-Fi card to their camera and transfer pictures wirelessly to a

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Sun Offers Free AMD Opteron Servers

Sun Microsystems today announced the Java Enterprise Developer Promotion for the Sun Developer Network community. The promotion includes a free AMD Opteron-based server plus extensive tools, support and services to develop and test enterprise applications. This announcement marks the first time Sun developers have been able to get hardware, software and development tools from

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