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AMD Turion 64 X2 Prototypes

Some pictures of the reference boards for the dual-core version of Turion 64 based on chipsets by ATI (Xpress) and NVIDIA (SLI Power).

Water Cooling Solution from Intel

On an unexpected move, Intel decided to release its own water-cooling solution. Take a look at the forthcoming Intel Advanced Liquid Cooling Technology and all its technical details.

IDF Spring 2006 Coverage

Highlights of the opening keynote given by Justin Rattner, Intel’s CTO, with the latest announcements by Intel on the CPU arena, including Intel's new microarchitecture, called Core.
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The Truth About NiCd Batteries

Evertything you need to know about Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) batteries, including the infamous "memory effect" and how to prevent it.

The Resurrection of LCoS

LCoS is a TV display technology thought to be dead. In this article, we’ll take a look at LCoS TVs and their miraculous reappearance, and we’ll discuss why you may want to consider owning one yourself.

Inside Radeon X1900 Architecture

A brief look inside the new ATI Radeon X1900 chip family.
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Interview With Phil Hester, AMD’s Corporate VP and CTO

Exclusive interview with Phil Hester, AMD’s Corporate VP and CTO, discussing AMD’s plans, strategies, new CPUs and a little bit of his professional life and experience.

Intel Fab18 Factory Tour in Kiryat Gat, Israel

Have you ever wondered how is like a CPU factory from inside? We visited Intel's Fab18, located in Israel, where Pentium 4 CPUs, chipsets and flash memories are manufactured.

IDF Tel Aviv 2005 Coverage

Our coverage of the first IDF held in Israel, home of the design team that created the Pentium M and the forthcoming Merom, Conroe and Woodcrest CPUs. Read our coverage to learn more about the new CPUs from Intel.

Kingston Factory Tour in Fountain Valley, CA, USA

Take a look inside Kingston's factory located in Fountain Valley, California, USA.