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Intel is finally releasing new Core i7 models  - PCstats.com Intel is finally releasing new Core i7 models
Wed, June 03 2009 | 2:33AM | PermaLink Feedback?
www.pcstats.comToday Intel is finally releasing new Core i7 models and speed bins to the market, as well as announcing a new flagship chip, the Core i7-975 Extreme Edition. Though it will definitely command a hefty price tag, at a stock clock speed of 3.33GHz and Intel Turbo Boost speeds at 3.45GHz (all cores) and 3.6GHz (single core), you can bet this new Core i7 is one hot-rod of a quad-core CPU. In the pages ahead, we'll wind it out around the test track and show you what the fastest desktop processor on the planet can do when it's tuned up for a touch more horsepower at the factory and made ready for production.
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http://hothardware.com/articles/Intel-Core-i7-975-Extreme-Edition-Processor-Review/
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Data Robotics Drobo S Review - PCstats.com Data Robotics Drobo S Review
Fri, July 02 2010 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The original Drobo direct-attached-storage (DAS) device hit the scene in summer of 2007 and took the tech world by storm. It represented a new paradigm in how you could implement external, redundant back-up storage with much of the same goodness that RAID offers, but without a number of the headaches and the complexity that also comes with traditional RAID solutions. The Drobo still used RAID to redundantly store data across multiple hard drives, but did so using Data Robotics' own version of it, which it calls BeyondRAID. The primary advantages that Data Robotics' BeyondRAID has over traditional RAID is that with BeyondRAID you can add and remove hard drives that have different capacities and speeds and from different manufacturers; and you do this while the device is operating--without any downtime--and without needing to do any manual data migration. One of Data Robotics' newer devices is the Drobo S, which is a five-bay DAS device, with eSATA, FireWire 800, and USB 2.0 ports. Journey on for our full, detailed coverage and performance analysis...
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http://hothardware.com/Articles/Data-Robotics-Drobo-S-Review/
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