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Sales of Microsoft Surface grow, but losses deepen too

Microsoft Corp. said last week that sales of its Surface media and business tablets grew significantly year-over-year in the third quarter of its fiscal 2014. While this is generally a good for the company, since the growing amount of consumers chose Surface over rivals, this also meant that the company …

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Intel: we’ve changed chip design approach in the recent years

Historically, companies like Intel Corp. and Advanced Micro Devices designed microprocessors and then software developers developed applications that took advantage of those chips. According to the head of Intel, that pattern was changed several years ago and now, before designing a new central processing unit, the world’s largest chipmaker first …

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Intel reveals new Xeon E7 v2 processors with up to 15 cores

Intel Corp. on Wednesday unveiled its new family of Xeon E7 processors for enterprise-class servers that brings unprecedented compute performance and introduces new reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) features never-before-seen on Xeon products. The new central processing units are designed for up to 32-socket servers and will power various machines …

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Biostar TZ77XE4 Motherboard Review

The Biostar brand doesn’t have a massive presence in the UK, at least not in the enthusiast segment of the market.  We consider Asus, ASRock and Gigabyte to be the top three enthusiast brands on the market at the moment but this is something Biostar are looking to change with …

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MSI drops price on Z77 mainboard by 7%

The bizarre events of the NDA-blowing launch and sale of Intel’s new chipset mainboards has moved onto a new stage. Price discounting. KitGuru makes screen grabs and calculations. From the time Futuremark picked up four Intel z77 chipset mainboard reviews, this story has continued to break and change. The latest …

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LAST CHANCE TO WIN NEXT-GEN INTEL SUPER PCs!

As the ASUS Masters of Overclocking Competition is about to get serious, the universe has conspired to give you ONE LAST CHANCE to enter this amazing competition. Leap year means you have just 24 more hours to run a couple of quick tests and submit your scores. If you’ve missed …

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Ivy Bridge reportedly to launch with reduced pricing

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 light a short time after rumours first begun circulating about Ivy Bridge not arriving in the flesh …

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ONDA gives us a look at upcoming Z77 mATX mainboard

A Chinese motherboard manufacturer most of us wouldn’t have heard of before has allowed pictures of its next micro-ATX sized motherboard to appear online which is based on Intel’s Z77 Ivy Bridge-ready chipset. For the most part this little value oriented board from “ONDA” follows the Z77 chipset’s feature set …

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Intel to stop production of 25 desktop processors

Intel have notified their partners that they are stopping the supply and shortly the production of 25 (or more) desktop models. Taiwanese sources spoke to Kitguru a short while ago to confirm reports published on Digitimes today. Intel have said they are stopping the supply of Celeron 450/430, Celeron E3500, …

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Bulldozer specs cause Intel to pull in roadmap

It will be quite a while before anyone is benchmarking AMD’s new Bulldozer against Ivy Bridge from Intel, but industry watchers who originally thought the match-up would not start until October, might be in for a surprise. KitGuru puts a glass to the wall and tries to discern the relevant …

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Fixed Intel Sandy Bridge boxes ready to print

The original ‘just in time’ philosophy might have been Japanese, but it seems that Intel’s engineers are passing around the parable as well. So, how close are they?  KitGuru attaches safety lines and prepares to investigate the bridge. Working like flayed demons, Intel chipset engineers across the globe have been …

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