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Enterprise SSD controller being jointly developed by Samsung and Seagate
As we've learned from testing a multitude of solid-state disks, controller technology can play a big role in defining overall drive performance. The number of...
FireStream 9370, 9350 bring Cypress computing to servers
In conjunction with today's announcement of the Opteron 4100 series of CPUs, AMD has also raised the curtains on a pair of FireStream cards. The...
New Vertex 2 drives aim for servers
SandForce solid-state drive controllers have already made quite an impact on the desktop. Now, OCZ has taken SandForce's best controller, the SF-1500, and used...
Xeon 5600 series brings six-core chips to 2P systems
Intel's gradual roll-out of 32-nm microprocessors has already paid dividends on the desktop, and...
$400 Acer home server has Atom CPU, four drive bays
After netbooks and nettops, net... servers seem to be the latest rage. We saw...
New HP home server is cheap, Atom-powered
The Atom has found a natural niche in netbooks and low-cost desktop PCs, but that's not its only vocation. HP happens to think Intel's low-power...
Gigabyte unveils Mini-DTX server board
The board. Source: Gigabyte. Gigabyte has announced it has jointly developed a "home server"...
|Windows 8.1 overtakes XP in market share, Win7 still on top||78|
|Star Wars: Battlefront alpha gameplay videos leak||28|
|North America's IPv4 address supply is running dry||50|
|Renée James steps down as Intel president||19|
|NoScript vulnerability allows malicious scripts to run unchecked||12|
|Canada Day Shortbread||45|
|Retail Fury X coolers still whine, don't include fix||168|
|Scott, you should've coined a name for this benchmark style. Maybe "Frame Damage Per Second," "Scott-free percentile," or "Wasson the screen." But now...||+68|