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AMD 7000 AMD 7000 "Southern Islands" to launch Q2 2011
Mon, November 08 2010 | 4:50PM | PermaLink Feedback?
No sooner than the dust has settled on the 68xx launch and the 69xx confirmation, that it appears AMD are revving up for another huge launch: the 7xxx series "Southern Islands" chips, currently rumored to be launching Q2 of 2011. Previous sources clearly gave us an indication of these cards being released in the third or fourth quarter of 2011, but with Nvidia sitting firmly on 28nm chip samples, AMD aren't prepared to let Nvidia get the last laugh, thus meaning the cards are expected to release on the 28nm fabrication processes, hugely incresing the amount of transistors that could be potentially crammed onto it. Other details are very scarce at this present time.
FULL STORY @ Archived from ETEKNIX
http://www.eteknix.com/news/amd-7000-southern-islands-launch-q2-2011-298/
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Western Digital Scorpio Blue 640 GB Hard Disk Drive Review - PCstats.com Western Digital Scorpio Blue 640 GB Hard Disk Drive Review
Tue, March 30 2010 | 4:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
There are two fundamental differences between Western Digital's Scorpio Black and Scorpio Blue drive families - spindle speed and storage capacity. The Scorpio Black drives spin at 7,200 RPM and are currently limited to a maximum capacity of 320 GB. The Scorpio Blue drives, on the other hand, spin at a more sedate 5,400 RPM but have a maximum capacity of 1 TB. While Western Digital offers Scorpio Blue drives in capacities of 1 TB and 750 GB, these models are 31.5% thicker than standard 2.5" drives and may not fit most notebook storage bays. They also spin at a slower spindle speed of 5,200 RPM. The model with the largest storage capacity, that also conforms to the standard 2.5" form factor, is the 640 GB WD Scorpio Blue hard disk drive, and this is the drive we will be looking into today.
FULL STORY @ Archived from TECHARP
http://www.techarp.com/showarticle.aspx?artno=665
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