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Intel Core i7 980X Extreme 6 Core Gulftown Desktop CPU Video Review - PCstats.com Intel Core i7 980X Extreme 6 Core Gulftown Desktop CPU Video Review
Fri, March 12 2010 | 5:10PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Well Intel Has done it again folks and they now bring to the table the first Six-Core CPU to the desktop market. The Core i7-980X is codenamed Gulftown and replaces the Core i7-975X CPU in Intel’s lineup as their top of the line CPU. Gulftown is their first 6-core consumer CPU to hit the market. This also marks the separation from the mainstream i7 CPUs as the new CPU requires the X58 chipset and won’t work on the LGA-1156 CPU Socket found on the P55/H55/H57 etc chipsets. This CPU is also an Extreme Edition CPU, meaning that it is unlocked and can be overclocked higher by changing the multiplier as well as the BCLK upwards. This CPU will become publicaly available in a few weekes from the release of this review. Want to see the fastest CPU available? Check out the review.
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Kingston SSDNow V100 128GB SSD Review - PCstats.com Kingston SSDNow V100 128GB SSD Review
Fri, November 19 2010 | 3:49PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Today’s market is saturated with SSD drives and it is difficult to know which drive to buy. No one wants to pay over the odds for something they don’t need, yet we all want to make sure the performance is up to stratch. This is how Kingston are marketing their SSDNOW V100 series, with fantastic levels of performance at the lowest possible prices. The Kingston V100 series of solid state drives are available in three sizes, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. All drives have a 3 year warranty with 24/7 technical support. The 128GB model costs £198 inc vat and can be bought in ‘notebook upgrade kit’ packs which offer an external chassis, cabling and DVD with Acronis True Image for easy drive mirroring. Kingston only charge £207 inc vat for this additional bundle … £9 extra certainly seems like a great deal.
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http://www.kitguru.net/components/ssd-drives/zardon/kingston-ssdnow-v100-128gb-ssd-review/
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