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Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 2400MHz 16GB Memory Kit Review

Introduction Corsair recently expanded their series of RAM kits to offer something between the Vengeance and the Dominator series. This new series is known as the Vengeance Pro series and it has kits ranging from 1600MHz…

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Intel To Retire Five CPUs In 2014

CPU World reports that Intel is planning to discontinue five CPUs in 2014. The information was provided with Intel’s latest Product Change Notification (PCN). Of the CPUs that are being axed two are LGA 1155 Core…

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Corsair Vengeance Pro DDR3 1866MHz 16GB Memory Kit Review

Introduction Picking the right memory kit has never really been easier thanks to Intel’s XMP profiling and quite frankly your choice has probably never been wider either. Today we are looking at a kit from Corsair,…

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Intel Core i7 4960X Extreme Edition Processor Review

Introduction   Ever since Intel released Ivy Bridge to the LGA 1155 platform, LGA 2011 owners were wondering when they would see High End Desktop (HEDT) processors based on the 22nm Ivy Bridge architecture. Up until…

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Intel Planning A Few More Ivy Bridge CPU Releases

Despite Haswell now being Intel’s latest consumer platform, Intel is still looking to keep Ivy Bridge and LGA 1155 alive with some more CPU releases. CPU World have stumbled across four new CPUs that Intel will…

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Intel Phasing Out Various Old Desktop CPUs In Q3 2013

With a new fourth generation of Core series CPUs from Intel, aka Haswell, we have to start saying adios to older CPUs in Intel’s portfolio. Most of the Sandy Bridge portfolio was already given EOL (end-of-life)…

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Gigabyte BRIX GB-XM11-3337 System Review

Intel’s NUC has spawned a new generation of mini PCs. We recently took a look at the Next Unit of Computing (NUC) from Intel and we found it to be a very impressive unit but was…

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Intel Core i7 4960X Gets “De-Lidded”

Intel’s Ivy Bridge was plagued by heat problems which many have put down to the low quality thermal paste under the IHS. We actually tested this and found changing for better quality thermal paste made up…

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New Intel Haswell Processors Coming September 1st, Includes Core i3

Intel’s Haswell has been out for a while now but there are still some unreleased models we are expecting. According to a VR-Zone story the rest of the Haswell line up will arrive on September the…

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Core i7 Ivy Bridge-E CPUs Will Arrive In Second Week Of September

Intel’s Ivy Bridge-E CPUs may still be unreleased but that hasn’t stopped them being in the news quite a lot. According to a report by VR-ZoneTh Intel’s Ivy Bridge-E CPUs will be hitting the market for…

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Intel’s Desktop Roadmap Reveals New Ivy Bridge-E And Haswell Parts

CPU World have managed to confirm some leaks of Intel’s roadmap made quite a while ago by Asder00 Italy Blogspot. These leaks essentially reveal to us some details on Ivy Bridge-E, that is the next revision of the…

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G.Skill Unleash 32GB 3000MHz DDR3 Trident X RAM Kit

G. Skill are at it again releasing another series of RAM with stupidly high speeds. G.Skill have released, or should that be re-released, their Trident X series for Intel’s new Z87 platform. They are offering 2666MHz…

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Intel Core i7 3770K Overclocked To 7.2GHz On Gigabyte Z77X-UP7 Motherboard

A week ago we showed you a CPU-Z validation of an Intel Core i7 4770K at 7GHz with a ridiculously high core voltage of 2.56 volts. This time we have another Intel processor cracking the 7GHz…

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Intel Prepares HD 4000 Driver Update, Gives 10% More Performance

Intel HD Graphics may not be the most exciting GPUs in the world to have, but for those who only do a bit of light gaming from time to time, or for those who simply cannot…

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Intel Ivy Bridge-E LGA 2011 Platform Detailed

Intel’s Haswell, LGA 1150, platform is expected to hit the market in June 2013 and by then the mainstream platform will be two generations ahead of Intel’s High End Desktop (HEDT) platform which is still stuck…

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EK announce Water Blocks for De-Lidded Ivy Bridge CPUs

The Ivy Bridge saga with removing the lid, a.k.a. the IHS (Integrated Heat Sink), stuck around for quite a long time. People debated the benefits of changing out the stock Intel thermal paste and using (or…