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Western Digital's Caviar Green hard drive
— 11:47 PM on October 27, 2008

Western Digital has updated its eco-friendly Caviar Green with new 333GB platters and 32MB of cache. Keep reading to see whether these upgrades...

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage

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Seagate's Barracuda 7200.11 1.5TB hard drive
— 10:18 PM on October 20, 2008

Seagate's latest Barracuda 7200.11 is the first hard drive to reach 1.5 terabytes. With 375GB platters, it should be pretty quick, too. Join...

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage

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Western Digital's RE3 hard drive
— 11:05 PM on September 28, 2008

Western Digital has spun off an enterprise-class RE3 hard drive based on its high-performance Caviar Black desktop model. Keep reading to see what kind...

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage Servers Workstations

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Intel's X25-M solid-state drive
— 10:00 AM on September 8, 2008

Intel enters the storage market with one heck of a bang. The new X25-M SSD is one of the fastest storage devices we've ever tested....

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage

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Western Digital's Caviar Black hard drive
— 10:48 AM on August 28, 2008

Western Digital has taken its sweet time spinning a terabyte up to 7,200RPM, and competition from Hitachi, Seagate, and Samsung have long been available.

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage

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Live blog from Justin Rattner's R&D keynote at IDF
— 11:17 AM on August 21, 2008

Peek in on us as we peek in on Intel's research and development horizons—live from IDF San Francisco.

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs

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Live blog from the Gelsinger-Perlmutter IDF keynote
— 2:31 PM on August 19, 2008

We're coming to you live from the Pat Gelsinger-Dadi Perlmutter keynote, where we're expecting to learn more about Nehalem and upcoming Intel tech. Listen...

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs

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Live blog from Craig Barrett's IDF keynote
— 10:46 AM on August 19, 2008

Read along as we type live from Craig Barrett's IDF keynote.

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs

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How do you back up your gigs of goodies?
— 1:18 PM on August 13, 2008

In the wake of my post about data recovery services, an old buddy of mine from college, Dave Kirby, wrote me with a question about...

Type: Blog post Tags: Storage

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Via's Nano L2100 takes on Intel's Atom 230
— 5:17 PM on July 30, 2008

They're small, low-power, and cheap. The Atom from Intel and Nano from Via are both all-new CPU architectures, and they both push the frontiers...

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs Mobile computing

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Seven 2.5-inch mobile drives compared
— 10:41 PM on July 14, 2008

Some would argue that solid-state flash sits poised to replace mechanical hard drives., but are we really that close? We've gathered seven 2.5" notebook drives...

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage Mobile computing

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Seeking a good hard drive recovery service
— 11:18 AM on July 2, 2008

A friend of mine emailed me recently with a question that I can't answer. He has a friend whose hard drive has croaked, possibly...

Type: Blog post Tags: Storage

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VelociRaptor Redux: Now with final firmware
— 1:59 AM on June 20, 2008

Western Digital's VelociRaptor proved to be the fastest SATA drive on the market when it was launched back in April, but our intial impressions were...

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage Servers Workstations

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Today's processors: the value angle
— 12:43 PM on May 27, 2008

Join us for take two of our look at processor value—this time with tri- and quad-core Phenoms, 45nm Core 2 Quads, and more.

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs

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AMD's Phenom X3 processors
— 12:08 AM on April 23, 2008

Good things often come in powers of two, especially in computers. Two, four, eight, or sixteen copies of a common resource—rendering pipelines, megabytes of memory,...

Type: Feature article Tags: CPUs

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Western Digital's VelociRaptor VR150 hard drive
— 7:00 AM on April 21, 2008

Few hard drives are iconic as Western Digital's Raptor, and now there's a new one: the VelociRaptor VR150. Read on to see if a...

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage Servers Workstations

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Epilogue on three 75GXP failures
— 8:54 PM on April 18, 2008

Years ago I sought advice from a trusted and knowledgeable friend about what components to use in my first home-built PC. Everything worked...

Type: Blog post Tags: Storage Miscellaneous

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Intel's Core 2 Quad Q9300 processor
— 11:40 PM on April 17, 2008

The Core 2 Quad Q9300 is Intel's most affordable quad-core processor, and it promises to supplant a long-time favorite of ours, the Core 2 Quad...

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