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  • Bearlake to debut in 2Q
    Before Intel will start gearing up to push its new Bearlake-series chipsets in the second quarter of 2007, the US chipmaking giant plans to increase shipments of 965-series chipsets by 50% in the first quarter to meet strong demand generated by Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system (OS), according to industry sources.
  • Overclocked AMD/ATI X1550 graphics from PowerColor
    PowerColor has launched a series of AMD/ATI X1550 based graphics cards aimed at entry-level systems designed for premium editions of Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system. PCI Express and AGP versions of the card are available as well as ones featuring a heat-pipe based silent cooling system.
  • Intel builds 80-core chip that uses less power than a quad-core
    Intel's researchers have produced an 80-core chip that uses less energy than a quad-core processor and has teraflop performance capabilities. Researchers have built the prototype to study how best to make that many cores communicate with each other. They're also studying new designs for cores and new architectural techniques, according to Manny Vara, a technology strategist with Intel's R&D labs. The chip is just for research purposes and lacks some necessary functionality at this point, but Vara says Intel will be able to produce a chip with 80 cores in five to eight years.
  • AMD receives subpoena from DOJ regarding investigation of graphics processing market
    AMD announced it has received a subpoena from the US Department of Justice (DOJ) antitrust division in connection with the DOJ's investigation into potential antitrust violations related to graphics processors (GPU) and cards. AMD entered the graphics processor business following the company's acquisition of ATI Technologies. The DOJ has not made any specific allegations against AMD or ATI, and AMD intends to cooperate with the investigation, the company said.
  • Gigabyte to transfer own-brand motherboard and graphics card business
    Gigabyte Technology on November 30 announced it will formally transfer its own-brand desktop PC motherboard and graphics card operations, including all assets and liabilities, to Gigabyte United Incorporated, a joint venture with Asustek Computer, on December 7.
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