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Core i5 655K and Core i7 875K processor review - PCstats.com Core i5 655K and Core i7 875K processor review
Fri, May 28 2010 | 4:45AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Intel today releases two new processors targeted at a somewhat more enthusiast audience. Yes, processors for tweakers and overclockers. On socket LGA 1156 Intel now releases two K series processors. The 32nm Intel Core i5-655K processor has the very same specifications as the Core i5 650; it will operate at 3.2 GHz, will feature two cores with Hyper-Threading technology, sport 4MB of L3 cache and will be made using 32nm process technology. The difference between the 650 and 655K is the unlocked multiplier only. Then we have the enthusiast class Intel Core i7-875K processor, it has the very same specifications as the Core i7 870; it will operate at 2.93GHz, will feature four cores with Hyper-Threading technology, sport 8MB of L3 cache and will be made using 45nm process technology. The only difference between the two central processing units (CPUs) will be the unlocked multiplier on the 875K chip, which will allow overclockers and enthusiasts to easily boost clock-speed of the product without the necessity of overclocking other parts of their systems.
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ASUS Extreme Slim DVD-RW Drive Review  - PCstats.com ASUS Extreme Slim DVD-RW Drive Review
Thu, September 23 2010 | 3:35PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"There has been a big push recently, especially for home users and those on the go to invest in netbooks. Smaller than the traditional notebook, a netbook has various aspects removed entirely. The optical drive being one of the key features absent. Instead, netbook users are forced to opt for a portable solution, one such solution we are taking a look at today. ASUS don't only provide us with phenomenal motherboards and graphics cards but they are a forerunner in many other categories. We have seen their ambition in the portable media division, today we are taking a look at the ASUS Extreme Slim DVD-RW Drive otherwise known as ESEDRW-08-H. One of the slimmest DVD-RW portable solutions on the market to date."
FULL STORY @ Archived from VORTEZ
http://www.vortez.co.uk/review.php?id=219
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