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Posted by meshal on Friday, March 31, 2006 @ 17:29:17 EST (6112 reads)

The primary card used in testing was the EVGA e-GeForce 7900GT CO SUPERCLOCKED 256MB for which we have been using a lot over the past couple of days. This card comes overclocked by default to speeds of 550MHz for the G71 core and 1580MHz memory frequency, compared against the reference 450/1320MHz. As we had done earlier this week with our NVIDIA 1.0-8751 + EVGA 7900GT 256MB review.

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Posted by meshal on Saturday, February 04, 2006 @ 04:14:09 EST (3937 reads)

Although ATI's X1000 series graphics processors have stolen a great deal of the attention off its predecessors, there remains no Linux 3D support at this time for these latest red solutions. However, for Linux users with the present status of ATI's proprietary drivers the X800 remains a respectable solution for those not looking to fall to the green team with their overwhelming Linux presence . complete review


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Posted by meshal on Saturday, February 04, 2006 @ 04:03:31 EST (4771 reads)
linuxhardware:

It's been about 6 months since our last big desktop processor review (July '05: Battle of the High-End CPUs), but here we are at another big release from both Intel and AMD. In this review we'll be taking a look at the new big dogs from both companies. This time they're laying it all down and going for the highest clocked dual-core processors they can pump out.

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Posted by meshal on Tuesday, January 03, 2006 @ 10:50:46 EST (6834 reads)

phoronix.com : The ASRock 939Dual-SATA2 motherboard is terrific Linux compatibility, except for the previously mentioned ASIC, and LM_Sensors support. It will certainly be exciting to see what new challenges the creative engineers at ASRock will take on next year.  Read More...

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Posted by meshal on Sunday, November 13, 2005 @ 20:56:26 EST (4216 reads)
phoronix.com :
Since NVIDIA's 1.0-7676 Linux driver release on August 11 of this year, we have not yet seen a newest release candidate, which happens to be the feature-filled 1.0-8XXX series. Although the Rel80 Linux drivers should be available any day now, ATI has offered several new driver releases in this short three-month period. ATI had originally aimed for a bi-monthly driver release
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Posted by meshal on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 @ 20:31:14 EDT (4472 reads)
phoronix:
For our performance comparison, we used an AMD 3700+ San Diego (2.2GHz) and a 3200+ Venice (2.0GHz). To compare the cores at the same frequency, three frequencies of 2.0 (200x10), 2.2 (220x10), and 2.6 (260x10) GHz were used. To achieve such frequencies for the San Diego, the VCore remained 1.414V for all three frequencies; on the other hand, for the Venice, a voltage bump to 1.586V was required to obtain 2.6GHz.
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Posted by meshal on Tuesday, October 18, 2005 @ 19:21:40 EDT (4068 reads)
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? We have the NVIDIA 6800GT 256MB PCI Express, which was brought to us by the folks at eVGA. Sticking by NVIDIA's reference specifications, the eVGA e-GeForce 6800GT 256MB GDDR3 is clocked at 1000MHz while the NVIDIA core is running at 350MHz with its 16 pixel pipelines and 400MHz RAMDACs.

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Posted by meshal on Saturday, October 15, 2005 @ 05:01:57 EDT (4033 reads)
Linuxhardware: The nForce4 chipset has been out for the AMD platform for almost a year now. Upon release, it quickly became “the? chipset to have for most mid to high end systems. As with any popular chipset, you tend to see a plethora of motherboard makers offering little differences here and there to make their product stand out from the rest. BIOS options, fan-less chipset cooling, and UV cables are just some of the features that you see motherboard makers boasting as a selling point. Today we are going take an in depth look at the DFI LANParty NF4 SLI-D motherboard and investigate whether or not its features, performance and stability make it stand out from the rest.  Read More...

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Posted by meshal on Saturday, October 15, 2005 @ 04:48:22 EDT (4016 reads)

?? After facing what seemed an insurmountable decline in desktop PC sales during the first six months of 2005, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) captured a 52% share of the US retail desktop PC market in September, according to Current Analysis. AMD’s performance during the back-to-school shopping season topped chip giant Intel’s 46% share by six points, said the market research firm. Despite its past successes in surpassing Intel desktop sales in select retail sales weeks, September 2005 marked the first time AMD was able to outperform Intel for an entire month, the research firm stated.
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