Few days ago Corsair announced that its going to stop using Elpida hyper memory chips in their Corsair Dominator GT and XMS3 series of DDR3 RAM’s as these RAM chips are unstable under certain conditions. Corsair also recalled the RAM’s which used Elpida hyper memory chips and were already sold. Corsair said that many users [...]

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Intel E7300 which was released last year will soon be going out of production. Intel Core 2 Duo does not support virtualization which is very important now since Windows 7 has an inbuilt feature to virtualises incompatible application and to run them under Windows XP right from inside Windows 7

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Corsair today announced that it will stop selling DDR3 RAM’s equipped with Elpida ‘Hyper’ memory chips as these chips tend to be unstable under certain conditions. Corsair also said that it will be recalling all the DDR3 RAM which were already sold to the end-user. The Elpida Memory Chips were usually used in high end Corsair Dominator GT and XMS3 DDR3 line up series

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OCZ had recently launched the Agility series of SSD’s and today OCZ have launched another new line-up of SSD – the ‘Vertex Turbo’. OCZ Vertex series of SSD’s have been quite a hit and no other SSD manufacturer has been able to match the popularity of the Vertex series of SSD’s from OCZ in terms of Sales. The OCZ Vertex Turbo SSD’s comes equipped with Barefoot memory controller manufactured by Indilinx, a Korean company, which offers a very good read/write performance at a very affordable price.

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All the high-end processors of Intel came with Virtualization support but Intel never really equipped there lower end processors with virtualization whereas AMD on the other hand had added virtualization support to most of their processors in their line-up. Virtualization allows a user to run an operating system from within an operating system. Processors that supported Virtualization at hardware level provide better performance when/if a user runs an virtualized Operating system. Most of the users did not care for Virtualization since not many people require it and since the lower end Intel Chips were terrific overclocker, most of the people used to grab Intel’s lower end CPU’s, but all this is going to change with Windows 7.

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During World Wide Developer Conference 09’ this year, Apple announced new Mac Book and Mac Book Pro’s featuring unibody aluminium construction, 7hours of battery life and most importantly a lower price tag for the base model. The downside was non-user replaceable battery and a lower spec’ed hardware

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Apple recently at their World Wide Developer Conference 09’ launched a new iPhone – the iPhone 3G S. The iPhone 3G S is no different from iPhone 3G from outside, its the inside which differ. The iPhone 3G S comes with a 600Mhz Processor and 256MB RAM which is double of what the iPhone 3G had. All these hardware changes made the latest version of iPhone very fast compared to its predecessor but with many Apple products recently, even the iPhone 3G S has been facing overheating Issues. Many people have been reporting that their iPhone 3G S becomes extremely hot when used heavily and some people who owned the white iPhone 3G S even said that their back white casing had turned pink/brown due to overheating. Soon after, most of the online forums were buzzing with the iPhone 3G S overheating.

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Nvidia ION has literally revolutionised the netbook segment. The Nvidia ION chipset which is still available in limited quantity is able to play Full-HD Videos which the Intel Chipsets are unable to do. Currently the Nvidia ION platform contains the 9400M and the MCP79 Chipsets. Currently the Nvidia 9400M has 16 shaders which provide a respectable performance on a netbook.

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Samsung is soon going to launch a notebook dubbed N510, based on Nvidia’s ION Platform. The Notebook will be equipped with an Intel N280 (1.6Ghz) Processor along with an integrated chipset based on 9400M. The notebook is rumoured to come with 11.6inch screen having a resolution of 1366*768. The notebook is also going to come with the usual 1Gb DDR2/DDR3 RAM, 160GB HDD, 3 in 1 Card Reader, 6 Celled Battery, Wi-Fi and finally Bluetooth. Nvidia’s ION platform has seen limited success among the Manufacturers.

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AMD is soon going to give-away Phenom II x4 Black Edition TWKR CPU’s to overclockers and will also be giving away few of these CPU’s in competitions. AMD Phenom II BE TWKR Edition CPU’s are hand picked from the production line and according to AMD they can overclock up to 7Ghz when the processor is cooled with Liquid Nitrogen. Only 100 of these CPU’s will be released though and none of them will be available in retail stores. The ‘TWKR’ here stands for “Those Who Know”, and the ‘R’ has been added to give it a ‘tweaker’ kind sound when spelled.

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It has been reported that AMD is disappointed by the performance of its processors in the notebook segment. AMD is now looking for a change and is set to drop the “Better By Design” tagline from its processors and graphics card from September, with the launch of the Tigris Platform for Notebook based on 45nm Dual Core. AMD will instead reform its notebook line-up and call it as AMD ‘Vision’

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Recently Corsair had announced 2 new Modular PSU’s namely the HX750W and the HX850W. All the Corsair PSU’s are usually 80Plus Silver Certified but these 2 newly launched PSU’s are special because both these PSU’s are 80Plus Gold Certified instead of the usual 80Plus Silver Rating. The TX750W which is a non-modular PSU failed to [...]

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Last week after WWDC 09, many people who brought in the new Apple MacBook and MacBook Pro’s were in for a shock when they saw that the Apple OS X showed the SATA data transfer speed limited to 1.5Gbps. Over the last week all the forums were buzzing whether Apple intentionally limited the SATA interface speed limit to 1.5Gbps. While its true that there is currently no HDD available in the market which can saturate the SATA I interface bandwith, it is also true that many of the newer SSD’s are bottlenecked when used with the SATA I interface.

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Many people here who own a slightly outdated rig definitely crib how the latest games lag on their PC. People who know overclocking, overclock their CPU’s and GPU so as to extract the maximum potential out of their PC components but still for people who want to squeeze out the maximum performance possible I would [...]

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We already know that ATi HD4770 is a stellar performer and comes at a steal price as well. It is also a known fact that there is a huge demand for the ATi HD4770 and ATi has been unable to meet the high demand. ATi had made sure it had the bare enough stock so as to hard launch the the HD4770 but what it did not forsee was the high future demand. The real manufacturer of the core of ATi HD4770 is TSMC and they are the ones who are unable to meet the huge demand for the card. Since ATi HD4770 is the 1st ever graphics card to be built on 40nm fabrication process and the yield currently is quite low

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