Intel is showing off PCs based on its upcoming Lynfield and Clarksfield
mainstream Core i7 derivatives. Plus, we photograph an eight-core Nehalem-EX
Intel is also demoing netbooks based on its new Pine Trail platform,
which marries an Atom CPU with integrated graphics on the same chip.
Corsair is getting into enclosures with a massive Obsidian tower that
packs hot-swap drive bays, partitioned cooling zones, and a stylish brushed
Asus has a GeForce
GTX 295 Mars graphics card with an obscene 4GB of memory driving an equally
extravagant 3840x2160 display. Motherboards are also on display, including
one X58 model with support for 6Gbps SATA.
AMD has shown a DirectX 11-class GPU
built using 40nm process technology. The chip was on display running
tesslation and compute shader demos, including one that used OpenCL to speed