Corsair announces some fast
DDR2 memory damn!
Available immediately in both single module and dual kit packages and rated
to run at aggressive latency settings of 5-4-4-9, the new XMS2-8000UL was developed
in collaboration with ASUS® Computer for its latest Intel® i955X chipset
based motherboard, the P5WD2 Premium. Backed with a life time warranty and a
potential to be overclocked to 1066+ Mhz, Corsair's new XMS2-8000UL complements
ASUS' P5WD2 Premium motherboard as the ultimate choice for enthusiasts. In SiSoft
Sandra memory t! est performed at Corsair, overclocking XMS2-8000UL memory to
1066 MHz delivers an incredible 17% memory performance improvement compared
with DDR2-667. Leveraging Intel processor's native support for multi-threaded
tasks, Corsair brings new memory capability to the platform to run memory intensive
applications such as 3D games concurrently with other demanding applications.
Gigabyte seems pretty is all exicted about its new products, check out what
is new here.
GIGABYTE proudly introduces the latest motherboard products for both Intel®
Pentium® 4 and AMD K8 platforms. The new iDNA series of motherboards for
the Intel® Pentium® 4 platform features next-generation Intel® 955X,
945P and 945G Express chipsets. Demonstrating the companys unequalled
commitment to high definition computing, the GIGABYTE GA-8I955X Royal is the
worlds first motherboard to be certified in Dolby Laboratorys Designed
for Dolby® Master Studio program. The latest AMD platform motherboards
from GIGABYTE include an exciting range of new nVIDIAand VIA chipset-based products
that support socket 939 AMD AthlonTM 64 processors and incorporate the legendary
GIGABYTE 8 S (Sigma) technology.
Finally VIA wraps things up with its launch of the new VIA
IBM's leading 90nm System-on-Insulator (SOI) manufacturing technology employed
at their state-of-the-art fabrication plant at East Fishkill, New York has permitted
unprecedented levels of integration, providing the basis for significant performance
boosts within industry-leading power and thermal profiles. With a tiny die size
of a mere 30mm2, the VIA C7 processor idle power is as low as 100mW (0.1W),
while 2.0GHz will run at about 20 watts peak power, an average of 40% cooler
than competitor solutions.