With Intel still adhering to its tick / tock release strategy, it was only a matter of time until a new architecture was introduced and it's name is Sandy Bridge. Today marks the launch of no less than eight new desktop processors based on a highly refined 32nm manufacturing process and ranging in price from $120 all the way up to nearly $350. Their goal is to effectively replace a large portion of the Clarkdale and Lynnfield products while offering up stiff competition against AMD's current and upcoming CPUs.
Ever had problems with broswer hijacking? Be prepared for the next attack by turning Windows update on, and reading the guide to Browser Hijacking and How to Stop It. - PCSTATS Tips