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  • Windows 7's XP Mode Requires 2 GB RAM
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    Windows 7's XP Mode Requires 2 GB RAM

    Despite its age, Windows XP is still widely used for several reasons – speed and compatibility being two of the leading ones.

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  • Gigabyte Overclocking Mid-day Pictures
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    Gigabyte Overclocking Mid-day Pictures

    The competition is kicking along now, and we have a preliminary winner for Super PI: Jeremiah L. Allen or Miahallen. Congratulations for taking the Su...

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  • IBM New Memory: Faster, Better, than SSDs
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    IBM New Memory: Faster, Better, than SSDs

    IBM is developing a new memory technology called "Racetrack" that could replace all current forms of memory and storage solutions.

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  • OCZ Jumps On Mac Hardware Bandwagon
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    OCZ Jumps On Mac Hardware Bandwagon

    OCZ is adding Mac compatible solid state drives to its Vertex series of SSDs, and also debuted several different Apple specific memory kits.

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  • Do You Really Need More Than 6 GB Of RAM?
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    Do You Really Need More Than 6 GB Of RAM?

    Memory configurations in the 4 GB and 6 GB range (depending on your platform) are widely considered to offer the best performance and value. We test t...

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  • Roundup: CompactFlash Cards For Professionals
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    Roundup: CompactFlash Cards For Professionals

    So many high-end CompactFlash cards, so little time. Which is the fastest of them all? Kingston, Lexar, PNY, San Disk, Silicon Power, and Transcend's...

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  • QOTD: Do You Overclock Your PC?
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    QOTD: Do You Overclock Your PC?

    There's no real shortage of processors and graphics cards these days. For every application and intent of building, there's a CPU and GPU that will fi...

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  • Samsung Ships First 16 GB DDR3
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    Samsung Ships First 16 GB DDR3

    Samsung reported that it has shipped the world's first (and smallest) high-density 16 GB DDR3 module.

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  • VIA Creates Reference Design for 1080p Netbooks
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    VIA Creates Reference Design for 1080p Netbooks

    Last week Via showed off a new energy-efficient chipset that’s slick trick is decoding 1080p video. Now the company is cramming that capability into a...

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  • Hynix Settles to Pay Rambus Royalties
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    Hynix Settles to Pay Rambus Royalties

    Rambus has scored itself yet another royalty haul as Hynix has agreed to pay up.

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