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  • MSI και ανάκληση motherboards Sandy Bridge

    MSI has been informed by Intel about the design issues in the Intel 6 series chipsets. According to Intel the performance of some of the Intel SATA ports on Intel 6 series products can degrade over a period of 3 years. MSI takes the quality of our products very serious, so at this moment we are investigating product batches that may be affected and, meanwhile, have stopped all shipments to our distributors and resellers. Additionally, we asked resellers to hold sales of the Intel 6 series based MSI products to customers until the issue can be resolved.[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK]
    Excerpt quote from the Intel statement1:
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    [TD] "As part of ongoing quality assurance, Intel Corporation has discovered a design issue in a recently released support chip, the Intel

  • AMD has a 5W Fusion APU to put in your future tablet of choice

    The same Singapore event that brought us our first look at AMD's humongous Radeon HD 6990 has also served as the stage for the company's first showing of a new, even lower-powered Fusion APU. The regular dual-core Ontario (C-50) variant requires a 9W power budget to operate, but AMD's managed to shrink that down to 5W in a chip[PRBREAK][/PRBREAK] designed specifically to be used in tablets. Clock speed remains at 1GHz and the core count hasn't bee touched, but the memory controller has been dumbed down and peripheral ports have been reduced to one of each type. This streamlined C-50 has already found a home in Acer's 10.1-inch Windows 7 tablet and should prove decently popular among manufacturers looking for an x86 alternative to the coming tidal wave of ARM-based devices.
    Source: engadget.com

  • Afterburner 2.1.0 Beta 7

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