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NEC shoehorns 368 Avoton cores and 1472GB of RAM into one box
Our visit to the Kingston booth at IDF was particularly interesting for more than one reason. With the launch of Intel's Avoton SoC for...
Is this DDR4 demo box Haswell-EP in action?
One of the highlights of this year's Intel Developer Forum was the introduction of the Xeon E5 v2 processors based on Ivy Bridge-EP silicon....
Knight's Corner is now Xeon Phi
The Intel project code-named Larrabee was intended to produce a discrete graphics processor to compete with chips from Nvidia and AMD. When that...
Intel introduces 910 Series PCIe SSD
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...
Google pulls the curtain off Chrome OS, releases source
As planned, Google showed Chrome OS to the world for the first time earlier today. The unveiling came hand-in-hand with the release of the...
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...
|Friday deals: A speedy 960-GB NVMe SSD for $157 and more||4|
|The Tech Report System Guide: January 2019 edition||43|
|Intel graphics driver version 188.8.131.5219 is indie game-ready||5|
|Ditch New Year's Resolution Day Shortbread||20|
|Zotac's Mek Mini stuffs RTX graphics into a 9-liter package||15|
|Zotac shows off the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti ArcticStorm at CES 2019||17|
|The Asus ROG Mothership: An AIO, a tablet, a gaming laptop||14|
|Alphacool starts in on servers at CES 2019||22|
|G.Skill's latest Trident Z kit bumps Threadripper RAM to 3466 MT/s||8|
|Ah, speak its name thrice, and it appears: The face-melting computing power in this build... When cool Winter's frosted grip abates, And Spring's warm...||+26|