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ASUS P6X58D-E Motherboard Review  - ASUS P6X58D-E Motherboard Review
Thu, June 24 2010 | 4:11AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"On initial looks, the P6X58D-E sports all the features we have been accustomed to see on other high-end ASUS motherboards. For a start, the board supports 3-way SLI and Quad-GPU CrossfireX with the use of two ATI HD5970s. Other features present include the TurboV application for easy overclocking and with a true 16+2 phase power design, we can immediately see that ASUS haven't compromised on this front. With growing emphasis on green solutions, the EPU power saving engine has also been implemented to intelligently moderate a range of components. A welcomed addition is ASUS's Express Gate utility, an exclusive operating system enabling users to connect to the internet without booting into windows. ASUS are renowned for their performance as well as their attention to detail. In the recent pre-Computex seminar, one of their key focuses was on design concepts that give their motherboards a truly unique finish. Their design philosophy entails performance, overclocking and aesthetics, and the P6X58D-E falls under their 'Xtreme Design' concept."
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Computex 2009 - AMD's 'Istanbul' six-core Opteron processors - Computex 2009 - AMD's 'Istanbul' six-core Opteron processors
Mon, June 01 2009 | 6:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The new "Istanbul" Opteron packs six cores into a single chip, which makes it the fastest, most power-efficient Opteron yet. But can it match Intel's formidable Nehalem Xeons? The answer might surprise you--in more ways than one.

"The comparison to Nehalem is instructive for many reasons, not least of which is the very different approaches AMD and Intel have taken with their latest CPU architectures. From a certain way of looking at things, they reach similar destinations by different paths. Istanbul, of course, has six execution cores, each of which can issue three instructions per clock. Nehalem has four cores, but they are true four-issue cores, capable of issuing, executing, and retiring four instructions per clock."

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