Tuesday Shortbread

— 4:07 AM on September 23, 2008


  1. Hardware-Infos: AMD 45nm Shanghai processors are revealed (write-up in German)
  2. Fudzilla reports Deneb to be priced in sub $300-400 segment
  3. DRAM prices plunge 18 percent in two weeks
  4. China to make foreign firms reveal secret info
  5. DailyTech reports IBM looks to beat Intel, AMD to 22nm node with chip breakthrough
  6. Engadget reports Sony & Toshiba to begin mass producing
    45nm cell processor in 2009—cheaper, slimmer PS3s to come?
  7. TG Daily reports AMD to manufacture 40nm CPUs at TSMC in 2009?
  8. iTnews Australia reports video game GPUs find use in biological modeling
  9. Techgage and TG Daily report hp rumored to be closing VoodooPC;
    Rahul Sood says hp not closing down VoodooPC
  10. NordicHardware reports Shuttle D10 comes with integrated touchscreen display
  11. DigiTimes reports notebook vendors adjust Blu-ray notebook strategy
    amid changing economic realities
  12. McAfee to pay $465 million for Secure Computing
  13. HardwareZone Iron Tech 2008: Malaysia semi-finals round
  14. How to equip your PC with SSD for about $200
  15. Tech ARP on weatherproofing camera tripods
  16. Win AMD's Radeon HD 4870 X2 card from DriverHeaven
Software and gaming

  1. Ars Technica on Chrome antics: did Google reverse-engineer Windows?
    and AmigaOS 4.1 review
  2. Apple's patch process a mess, says researchers
  3. Windows HPC Server 2008 released
  4. C|Net reports e-mail, photo programs stripped from Windows 7
  5. SuperSite for Windows on Windows 7: too soon?
    and Apple iPhone 2.1 software update
  6. Microsoft refers to its anti-Linux playbook to attack VMware
  7. Electronista reports Palm's Nova OS now set for first-half 2009
  8. Macsimum News reports QuickTime bug may be used as a vector for attack
  9. tkArena on Mozilla's Thunderbird
  10. PCGH on Crysis Warhead: scalability of CPU clock speed and number of cores
    and "uber quality" and performance configs
  11. bit-tech reviews Crysis Warhead
  12. Gaming Heaven reviews Wipeout HD (PS3)
  13. Shacknews on the ion element: paying $300 for toy drumgs and other gaming absurdities
Systems and multimedia

  1. AnandTech on Intel Xeon 7460: six cores to bulldoze Opteron
  2. Digit-Life covers AMD 790GX chipset presentation
  3. Motherboards.org reviews Gigabyte GA-EP45-DQ6
  4. PC Perspective has 300GB Western Digital VelociRaptor retail and RAID testing
  5. TechwareLabs review VOX TV-R HDD media player / recorder
  6. TheTechLounge reviews Roku Netflix player
  7. Digital Trends reviews 16GB Apple iPod nano
  8. ThinkComputers reviews Thermaltake Soprano aluminum keyboard
  9. Futurelooks reviews ATP GPS picture tracker
Graphics and video

  1. Legion Hardware does CPU scaling with the GeForce GTX 280
  2. Guru3D reviews EVGA GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 Superclocked
  3. Elite Bastads review Sapphire Radeon HD 4670 512MB
  4. Overclockers Club's September video cards roundup
  5. t-break reviews Zotac GeForce 9800 GTX+ Zone Edition
  6. Digit-Life compares GeCube Radeon HD 3650 O.C.
    and Point of View GeForce 9600 GSO/GT EXD
  7. DriverHeaven reviews XFX GeForce 9500 GT Alpha Dog Edition
  8. Technic3D reviews LG W3000H 30" LCD monitor (in German)
  9. Tweaknews reviews Samsung LN-T4681F 46" 1080p LED backlit LCD TV
  10. HardwareZone tests Sony Alpha DSLR-A900
  11. Hardware Secrets reviews Olympus SP-570UZ digital camera
Power, case, and cooling

  1. Ninjalane reviews 1000W Thermaltake Toughpower PSU
  2. [H] Enthusiast reviews 700W FSP Everest PSU
  3. SysOpt review 680W BFG Tech LS Series PSU
  4. CPU3D reviews 550W Silver Power SP-SS PSU
  5. Mikhailtech reviews Sunbeam UFO acrylic cube case
  6. TweakTown reviews Thermaltake V14 Pro CPU cooler
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