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The TR Podcast 114: Gigahertz graphics and high-def tablets
— 11:23 PM on July 1, 2012

In this pre-holiday episode, we discuss our latest GPU reviews, the latest in tablet news, and recent trends in storage pricing.

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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LSI's new SAS/SATA cards have native PCIe 3.0 support
— 10:47 AM on June 27, 2012

PCI Express 3.0 slots are all over new motherboards these days. The latest and greatest graphics cards adhere to the third-gen spec, and now...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Servers Workstations

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Seagate teams up with DensBits for SSD development
— 10:32 AM on June 26, 2012

Although Seagate has a line of Pulsar solid-state drives designed for enterprise markets and a small collection of hybrids for notebooks, it's thus far shied...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Servers Workstations

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Leaked slides tease Haswell-EP details
— 11:21 AM on June 22, 2012

Although server-grade CPUs based on Intel's Ivy Bridge silicon have yet to arrive, rumors are already swirling about what's in the cards for Intel's next,...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Chipsets Servers Workstations

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Intel Atom CPU anchors ultra-dense HP server
— 1:08 PM on June 19, 2012

A standard 4U rackmount enclosure measures 7" tall, 19" wide, and up to 24" deep. How many servers do you think you could cram...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Servers

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Liquid cooling chills supercomputer, warms surrounding buildings
— 11:46 AM on June 19, 2012

Thanks in part to the popularity of closed-loop water coolers, liquid cooling is becoming more and more prevalent in high-end desktop PCs. Servers are...

Type: News story Tags: Cooling Servers

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Knight's Corner is now Xeon Phi
— 10:19 AM on June 18, 2012

The Intel project code-named Larrabee was intended to produce a discrete graphics processor to compete with chips from Nvidia and AMD. When that...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Graphics Servers

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The TR Podcast 113: Asian Fusion at 220 PPI
— 3:52 PM on June 17, 2012

In this episode, we discuss a bevy of news from Computex, E3, AMD's Fusion Developer Summit, and Apple's WWDC—among other things.

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Podcast scheduling update
— 8:53 PM on June 11, 2012

I promise we're not making this a habit. We're delaying the podcast by one more week. I know you were expecting an episode, but I wanted...

Type: Blog post Tags: Podcast

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AMD adds a handful of faster Opterons
— 10:18 AM on June 4, 2012

The Opteron processor family has just gotten a little bigger: AMD has added five new models, all of which offer slightly higher clock speeds and...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Servers

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Why did Bulldozer disappoint? Some possible answers
— 11:12 AM on May 31, 2012

AMD's "Bulldozer" microarchitecture has been something of a disappointment, particularly in the FX desktop processors, where it doesn't consistently outperform AMD's prior-generation Phenom II...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Servers

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The TR Podcast 112: By Kepler's beard, it's Trinity!
— 10:52 AM on May 29, 2012

This episode of the podcast is all about Nvidia's GTC announcements, AMD's Trinity APU, Ivy bridge notebooks, and... Lee Clow's beard.

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Podcast delay update... but you already knew that
— 10:48 AM on May 22, 2012

In an egregiously belated fashion, I'm checking in with a quick update to say that we are delaying the podcast by one week and will...

Type: Blog post Tags: The Tech Report Podcast

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Intel uncorks a plethora of new Xeons
— 6:01 AM on May 15, 2012

Wow, so, Intel's Xeon product line has just gotten substantially larger. The chipmaker has added a whopping 28 new processors to the series, but...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Servers

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The TR Podcast 111: Spandex, SLI, and a snap-together tablet
— 10:56 PM on May 6, 2012

This latest episode is short and sweet, with talk of the new GeForce GTX 690 from Nvidia, the Transformer Pad 300 from Asus, and...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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The TR Podcast 110: The lowdown on Ivy Bridge and her mobos
— 11:32 AM on April 23, 2012

This episode is all about Intel's new Ivy Bridge processors and Z77 motherboards, but the gang also addresses other topics, including games, mechanical keyboard, and...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Western Digital's VelociRaptor 1TB hard drive
— 7:00 AM on April 16, 2012

Is there any hope for high-performance mechanical drives? We test WD's latest 10k-RPM VelociRaptor 1TB against a diverse array of competitors to find out.

Type: Feature article Tags: Storage Servers Workstations

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Intel introduces 910 Series PCIe SSD
— 2:01 AM on April 12, 2012

Intel is no stranger to the world of enterprise-grade SSDs. Its first offering for that market, the X25-E, was released way back in the...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Servers Workstations

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