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Intel Core i7 975 processor review - From fast to furious - Intel Core i7 975 processor review - From fast to furious
Wed, June 03 2009 | 2:59AM | PermaLink Feedback?
What happens when fast goes faster ? Well, meet the new D0 stepping Intel Core i7 975 processor. The processor tested today will run at a steady 3.33 GHz, roughly 133 MHz faster than its 965 Extreme predecessor. It is running steady at 6,4GT/s QPI as well. This also will be an Extreme Edition processor, meaning it will have unlocked multipliers, and that means we can overclock the living daylights out of it. Today at launch day the processor popped up in several web shops already at a selling price of 999 USD and in the EU roughly 950~999 EUR is what we are seeing right now. Yes it is the much rumored Core i7 975 Extreme Edition processor that is launching today. We have a review for you to check that sweet performance out. Oh and to top it all off, we'll use a sweet OCZ Blade 2133 MHz memory kit (!) with the processor as well.
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HighPoint RocketRAID 640 SATA 6Gb/s 4-Port PCI-E 2.0 Controller - HighPoint RocketRAID 640 SATA 6Gb/s 4-Port PCI-E 2.0 Controller
Mon, July 05 2010 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Enthusiasts on a budget now have another option for SATA 6G RAID and it comes to us from HighPoint Technology. Most of us old timers remember HighPoint from the early ABIT days when their UltraATA 66 controller was all of the rage and set us down the path of onboard RAID coming standard on high end motherboards. Back then a high-end motherboard only set you back around 200 USD and thankfully for us the HighPoint RocketRAID 640 costs even less than that.

Today we are finally going to be able to test our matched pair of Crucial RealSSD C300 drives in RAID 0 while only hitting the wallet for around 1500 USD, drives included. Let’s take a look at the product features and then dive right into the benchmarks!"

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