Friday, September 23, 2005

Intel will stop supplying 2 processors

Intel announced taht they will stop supplying two of their processors, By name 571 and 561 which works on 3.6 and 3.8 ghz with 1mb cache. Both of them are manufactured by 90nm process, have presscot core and works with 800 mhz bus. They are used onto socket LGA775 and have EM64T technology. Intel will supply processors 660 and 670, which both also support EM64T and have 2mb cache. (and cost much more)

Thursday, September 22, 2005


There appeared some informations about new GDDR4 memories, which should be successors to today fastest GDDR3 memories. First chip to be used with should be new NVidia n80. This chip should contain support to Shader Model 4.0. As it was in past, need for bigger, faster and cheper memories should work today in manufacturing memories by new technology. GDDR4 will start on 800mhz ddr (1600mhz) and upper border is unknown. I will tip somewhere about 2500 mhz. But there will be little problem. ALready is known, that GDDR4 technology will be incompatible with older cards, so you cant expect 7800 cards with them.And they should be on market in 2006.

Wednesday, September 21, 2005


Taipei, Taiwan, May 31, 2005 - Cooler Master, the world’s leading provider of thermal solutions, announced the co-marketing agreement with Chenbro, the leading provider for solutions in the server chassis industry. Under this agreement, Cooler master will design a suitable cooling system to compliment Chenbro stylish 1U Chassis and workstation.The result of this agreement is to develop the most up-to-date liquid cooling system which is an exclusive design from Cooler Master. The 1U server chassis is used for a range of uses where space is an issue, to ensure that the 1U chassis is possible to work properly, Cooler Master designed a special 3-in-1 module which consists of a pump, tank and CPU water block to cater exclusively for Chenbro 1U Chassis.

Monday, September 19, 2005

ATI's X1800.................

Briefly, the base R520 GPU is a 90-nanometer-process, 16-pixel-pipeline architecture -- in other words, it doesn't leapfrog Nvidia's 24-pipe GeForce 7800 GTX -- that also features 16 shader units.As usual, there'll be several different products based on the new GPU. The flagship Radeon X1800 XT is expected to have a core clock speed of 600MHz and memory speed of 1.4GHz, using 512MB of onboard GDDR-3. The Radeon X1800 XL will share the same basic specifications, but throttled back to a 550MHz core and 1.25GHz memory.
The X1800 Pro slices onboard memory to 256MB and lowers clock speeds even further, to 500MHz core/1GHz memory. Finally, the most-affordable-model Radeon X1800 LE uses only 12 pixel pipes, with 450MHz core and 900MHz memory speeds.

Sunday, September 18, 2005


I originally thought that ATI had made a big blunder... but upon further investigation I believe that it really isn't that big of a limitation at all.

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