Posts Tagged ‘CPU’
0 CommentsPosted by Jules on April 7, 2013 under CPU, Motherboard
One of KitGuru's bugbears has been AMD's consistency in releasing processors that may well be appealing - but then burying them under the weight of a mainboard that costs more than the chip. Now it se... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on March 20, 2013 under Channel
After nearly two decades as part of one of the world's most dominant chip firms, ARM's CEO, Warren East, has announced his retirement, with his replacement, current president Simon Segars, set to take... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on February 27, 2013 under CPU
While it might not quite have all the features of the popular miniature computer on a PCB Raspberry Pi, the newly created Freescale Kinetis KL02 is offering up the building blocks of something much sm... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Luke Hill on January 7, 2013 under Cooling, Highlights V
Space constraints and component clearance can always present a major headache for Small Form Factor and mini-ITX users who want to improve their CPU cooling performance. Can Noctua's minute NH-L9i... more.
6 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on December 27, 2012 under Cooling, Highlights
Today we are going to take a look at the latest iteration of the Corsair H60 liquid CPU cooler. This is a slightly revised version of the existing H60, tweaked to improve cooling performance. ... more.
8 CommentsPosted by Luke Hill on November 30, 2012 under Cooling, Highlights
Renowned for enthusiast-grade graphics cards that push the boundaries of performance, Sapphire is on the hunt for success with the company's first ever CPU cooler - the Vapor-X. Utilising vapour... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Harrison on November 27, 2012 under Channel, CPU
You can supply systems to people in a number of ways. In the early days, everything followed the Apple pattern. You bought a computer with certain features and capabilities - and that was that. Howeve... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on November 26, 2012 under Cooling, Highlights V
Today we are going to look at one of Arctic's low profile CPU coolers ... the Alpine 64 Plus, which is designed to be used exclusively with AMD processors. This makes it ideal for use in small for... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on November 23, 2012 under Cooling, Highlights
Today we are going to take a look at Corsair's latest flagship CPU cooler, the H100i. This directly replaces the coveted Corsair H100 cooler which is widely regarded as the best 'all-in-one' liq... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on September 10, 2012 under Cooling, Highlights 2
Today we are going to look at the Cooler Master TPC 800 CPU heatsink which is the latest addition to the Cooler Master range. While it may appear to be just like any other tower heatsink on th... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on July 24, 2012 under Console
Ten years ago, Bob Feldstein was busy taking the lead on a deal with Microsoft that would lead to the Xbox 360 console being launched with ATi technology inside. Now he's made the move across to nVidi... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Simon Telford on July 8, 2012 under Cooling, Highlights V
Today we are looking at the Night Hawk Edition of the Dark Knight cooler, set to bolster Xigmateks' ever expanding product portfolio. Xigmatek produce many chassis designs alongside a range of po... more.
15 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on June 21, 2012 under CPU, Highlights, Motherboard
Back in October we conducted an in-depth test of AMD's FX-8150 Black Edition, the range topping processor based on their latest Bulldozer architecture. We were reasonably impressed with the chi... more.
5 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on June 19, 2012 under Cooling, Highlights
Noctua is considered by many in the enthusiast community as the finest manufacturer of high end air coolers. We have tested a number of their products in the KitGuru labs, including the mammoth... more.
5 CommentsPosted by Simon Telford on May 9, 2012 under Cooling, Highlights
Today we are taking a look at the Titan Fenrir Siberia Edition CPU cooler which has both horizontal and vertical heatsinks. As such there is clearly plenty of potential for extracting heat from ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on March 27, 2012 under Channel, Component, CPU, Laptop, Notebook
After many months of Ivy Bridge talk and still another month or so to go before its supposed launch date, it's been discovered that there doesn't appear to be any Core i3 models coming out for noteboo... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on March 15, 2012 under APU, Channel, Component
Another value oriented Socket FM1 APU from AMD will hit the retail channel soon after having been confined to OEMs since its inception in January. The A4-3420 uses two x86-64 cores clocked at 2.8GH... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on March 4, 2012 under Channel, Component, CPU
The first indication of Ivy Bridge processor pricing has come to light through a dealer in Singapore who felt like jumping the gun in sharing an online price list of 7 and 6 series motherboard + Ivy B... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on February 27, 2012 under Channel, Component, CPU, Laptop, Notebook
Some more info has come to light on the whole delayed Ivy Bridge subject that surfaced a week or so back. When word initially surfaced about the delays we were lead to believe it was the entire lineup... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on February 24, 2012 under Channel, CPU
Thanks to the recent addition of Intel's Core i7-3820 to its LGA2011 (Sandy Bridge-E) lineup, the cost of ownership for this platform has dropped by a good chunk. What many of us were wanting to know ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on February 23, 2012 under Channel, Component, CPU
A short time after hearing of supposed lengthy delays in bringing Ivy Bridge chips to market, it's since been more positive news for Intel's third generation, 22nm based Core processors. It came to li... more.
6 CommentsPosted by Henry Butt on February 22, 2012 under Component, Cooling, Highlights 2
Competition is fierce in the high-end air cooling market as there are a plethora of performance CPU coolers available from numerous brands. The highest performance air cooler to date is still th... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on February 18, 2012 under Channel, Component, CPU
The days leading up to the launch of Intel's next-gen Ivy Bridge processors where we start to see leaked benchmark results here and there are yet to come, but a small piece of info on the expected per... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on February 17, 2012 under Channel, Component, CPU
A freshly leaked slide updating us on future models in AMD's FX Series desktop processor lineup has made its way onto the web from the powers that be and what we can learn from this particular leak is... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on February 6, 2012 under Component, CPU
Just days after Intel's new additions to its Core i5 range of processors, we're now hearing of AMD's upcoming move to roll in a few more FX series processor models in the form of the FX-4170, FX-6200 ... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on January 28, 2012 under Component, CPU
Thanks to an updated compatibility list on GIGABYTE's website for its LGA1155 motherboards, we can expect to see a few new Core i5 processors from Intel sometime soon. All three models are said to be ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Stephen Dougherty on January 24, 2012 under CPU, Netbook
While Intel remains an unstoppable force with demand for its Core i-series "Sandy Bridge" processor range in particular continuing to climb, recent sales numbers shared out by the company show that th... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Yong Lei on November 1, 2010 under Channel
For the first time ever Intel have agreed to make processors for a startup firm, in a deal which is due to be announced later today. News has just reached KitGuru from Taipei. The startup firm Achr... more.
0 CommentsPosted by IronLaw on October 28, 2010 under CPU, Motherboard
Well. OK. Not literally, but it does seem that one man and his dog is ready with a set of Sandybridge mainboard launches. Only problem is that we're quite far away from the actual launch. KitGuru inve... more.
6 CommentsPosted by faith on August 11, 2010 under CPU
You can always tell how a company is doing by the price moves it makes on its products. All things being equal, the only time you reduce prices is when you (a) have produced too much or (b) not sold e... more.
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