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 Intel Core i7 980X 6 Core 32nm Gulftown Processor Review - Intel Core i7 980X 6 Core 32nm Gulftown Processor Review
Fri, March 12 2010 | 4:55PM | PermaLink Feedback?
It’s been a while since we have seen advances in CPUs; quad core processors have been common amongst the mainstream for over three years. Sure, there have been some architectural changes, as well as increases in speed, but we have not seen more in the way of cores - it’s been four and there it has stayed for quite some time. Well my friends, those of you who crave more, but wish it were smaller too, your wait is over. Intel has announced a new processor which will be the Core i7 – 900 Desktop Extreme Edition Series on a 32nm process. The new Core i7 900 series refers to the new Corei7 980X extreme edition desktop processor, which will be comprised of six cores, a new 32nm process, integrated memory controller, a point to point QPI (Quick Path Interconnect) link capable of 6.4GT/s and a new larger L3 Cache which is 12MB."
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Antec Soundscience Rockus 3D 2.1 Speaker Kit Review  - Antec Soundscience Rockus 3D 2.1 Speaker Kit Review
Fri, November 19 2010 | 3:50PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"No matter what form of media that I used to test the Antec Soundscience Rockus 3D 2.1 Speakers be it music, movies, games or streaming video, the Rockus speakers were up to the task and they did it very, very well. To say that I was impressed with how they sounded is an understatement. The bass from the sub-woofer was tight and in your face, the mids and the highs were in perfect balance and I do have to say that they gave my Klipsch Promedia speakers a good whipping. Not only was the sound tighter, they actually sounded better than the Klipsch at high volumes. Now, I am not saying that the Rockus speakers dominated, as I did prefer the Klipsch speakers during the movie portion of my testing, but I think the advantage there was that the Klipsch speakers have the THX algorithms built into them and that makes for better and more immersive movie watching to me..."
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