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Presarios Freezing - and Not Because it's Winter
At least 20 Compaq customers who purchased the Presario 5800 PCs recently have reported inexplicable freezing of their PCs while surfing the Web or playing

cpu games  with Celeron-based (Intel Corp CPU) machines, the bulk of the negative attention has been focused on systems using CPUs made by AMD. Intel is aggressively cutting prices and producing faster CPUs in an effort to kill Advanced Micro. AMD can little afford to have any negative perceptions, whether deserved or not. User Recommendations The Presario 5800 Series is geared for the consumer market. Even so, corporate users planning to purchase a significant quantity of Presario 5800s (and possibly 5900s) should Read More...
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Unwanted PopUp Ads: Intrusive Internet Advertisements
Unwanted pop-up ads are intrusive Internet advertisements that are displayed when you access web pages. This white paper provides information about different

cpu games  web surfing. Consume minimal CPU resources. Should not block legitimate PopUps. For e.g. In the CNN web page, news snippets are displayed when you click a button. The snippets are PopUp windows. White List: While majority of PopUp Ads are unwanted, some PopUps like registration forms, on-line enquiry forms, etc. are very much required. Websites with PopUps that you need are included in the White List. Once a website is included in this list, all PopUps in these sites are allowed to be displayed on your Read More...
Compaq Wins Supercomputer Contract, But Is It Enough?
Compaq recently was awarded a contract for the world’s largest supercomputer, which will use its Alpha processors. But what’s happening with their standard high

cpu games  More Than a Fast CPU to Rule the Web ), with the stated goal of reaching $1 Billion in sales for the year. Another goal was to make big inroads into Internet infrastructure. Since then, its sales have been, uh, less than stunning. Current reports indicate that after the initial backlog of 200 systems, only 50 (fifty) additional systems were sold in the quarter. Compared with Sun's E10000 (255 in their first shipping quarter) and IBM's RS/6000 S80 (720 in their quarter), these are hardly impressive Read More...
“It’s a Notebook!” “It’s a Paperweight!” “Wait - It’s Both!”
Some Toshiba notebook buyers got a nasty surprise when they found their Intel CPU had died. Will Toshiba switch from “Intel Inside” to “AMD Instead”?

cpu games  Inc. began complaining about CPU failures. The trouble was initially reported to Toshiba by owners of its Satellite 4100-series and Tecra 8000-series laptops featuring the 400MHz chips. In the last two weeks, Toshiba and Intel engineers narrowed the problem down to a circuit board, known as Mobile Module One, on which the CPUs were affixed, according to Intel spokesman Manny Vara in Santa Clara, Calif. Intel has several types of mobile modules, Vara said. Basically, there's something called over-voltage Read More...
IBM Updates the Netfinity Line
IBM finally seems to have gotten the message of “smaller is better” when it comes to rackmount servers with the introduction of three new models to its

cpu games  the first 1U, two CPU server from one of the Big Four Intel-based server vendors, and we believe IBM is on the verge of turning things around for the Netfinity. Although we still are unsure whether a 3U, two-CPU system (the 4500R) is what the market wants - even with hot-swap drives - denser offerings are now becoming a trend for Netfinity, rather than the exception. If IBM sticks to its preliminary price figure (under $7000 for a 6000R with a single CPU, 512 MB of RAM, no hard drives), it will find Read More...
Mobile Application Momentum
With the boom in sales of smart mobile handsets, the opportunity for developing and selling mobile applications is ever more appealing. But the market is

cpu games  Application Momentum Quocirca is a research and analysis company with a primary focus on the European market. Quocirca produces free to market content aimed at IT decision makers and those that influence them in business of all sizes and public sector organisations. Much of the content Quocirca produces is based on its own primary research. Source: Quocirca Ltd Resources Related to Mobile Application Momentum : (Wikipedia) Mobile Application Momentum Mobile Applications is also known as : Mobile Read More...
Dell's High-End Rackmount Servers - Challenging Compaq's Wintel Dominance
Dell Computer Corporation has shaken up the PC Server market, in three years moving from the #5 US market share position to a solid #2 (and #3 worldwide) - and

cpu games  Customers who want significant CPU power in a small box will find the 6350 a good choice. The 6300 is better suited to high-performance and general-purpose computing, although its price/performance numbers need to improve. Dell consistently receives high reliability marks from industry surveys, which is good, since their customer service strategy is less clear than Compaq's. Because the 6300 maxes out at only eight 1.0 HDDs, the customer should consider using this point as a bargaining tool when Read More...
AMD Hooks Up with Transmeta - For Now
Advanced Micro Devices, Intel’s main CPU competition, has teamed up with Transmeta – another Intel competitor – in an effort to speed development on its

cpu games  for its future 64-bit CPU, called Sledgehammer , is rumored to be sending systems to software developers. What is different about these systems is that they will use the Crusoe processor and special code morphing software produced by Transmeta , a rival to both AMD and Intel Corporation . Market Impact This may help AMD reduce the gap between release of the Sledgehammer processor and release of compatible third-party software. AMD apparently believes that Transmeta's software can simulate the Read More...
Linux Laptops from Dell
Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled.

cpu games  in cultivating a backup CPU source (a/k/a Advanced Micro Devices). However, Michael Dell has made it quite clear that he has no plans to change from Intel. This is in contrast to Dell's willingness to load Linux (i.e., the anti-Windows ) wherever it thinks it reasonable. We realize the situations are not exactly the same, but the parallels for the two dominant players in their respective fields cannot be ignored. User Recommendations In our attempt to sound like a broken record (forgive the archaic Read More...
Amazon Debuts Redshift, a Petabyte-scale Data Warehouse in the Cloud
Amazon is pulling out all the stops in its bid to get ahead in the highly competitive data warehouse market by announcing the limited preview of Amazon Redshift

cpu games  Large (XL) DW Node: CPU: 2 virtual cores ECU: 4.4 Memory: 15 GiB Storage: 3 HDD with 2 TB of local attached storage Network: Moderate Disk I/O: Moderate API: dw.hs1.xlarge Price per node:  $0.85 per hour (On-demand pricing) High Storage Eight Extra Large (8XL) DW Node: CPU: 16 virtual cores ECU: 35 Memory: 120 GiB Storage: 24 HDD with 16 TB of local attached storage Network: 10 Gigabit Ethernet with support for cluster placement groups Disk I/O: Very High API: dw.hs1.8xlarge Price per node:  $6.80 per Read More...
Acer to Jump on Internet Appliance Bandwagon
Computer maker Acer is planning to launch a line of Internet appliances at next month's Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, according to a company source.

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Intel Chip Shortage Continuing
Intel Corporation has yet again been unable to meet the shipment requirements of a major PC manufacturer. This time it is Dell, one of Intel's strongest allies.

cpu games  800-lb. gorilla in the CPU market, it seems to be doing its best to provide an opening for Advanced Micro Devices to gain parity. After Intel muscled AMD out of Gateway through price cuts (See TEC News Analysis article: Gateway Drops AMD ), it only took them about three months to blow the deal (See TEC News Analysis article: Gateway, Jilted by Intel, Kisses and Makes Up with AMD ). Compound this with the bad press from the delays for the Coppermine chip, and the Rambus fiasco , and Intel starts Read More...
Informix Holds Fire Sale on Linux Database
Informix announced its continued commitment and investment to the Linux community with the release of Foundation.2000 and Cloudscape 3.0 on Linux.

cpu games  pricing for a single CPU version of Informix Internet Foundation.2000 Intel Architecture on Linux is $2,000.00 and two to four CPUs are $10,000 per CPU. According to Janet Smith, senior director of Linux marketing at Informix Corporation, We see the tremendous growth potential of the Linux market and are announcing this aggressive price promotion on Foundation.2000 to help lower the barriers to entry. Market Impact Following on the heels of Oracle's announced price cuts, and with the rising popularity Read More...
Dell Updates Its Appliance Line
As part of a far-reaching strategy to grab a large share of Internet infrastructure computing, Dell has announced three new appliance server models.

cpu games  Dell believes that a single-CPU system is sufficiently powerful to drive xSP-type applications, with the bottleneck being the network. IBM believes that for heavy-duty Web applications, dual-CPU systems provide a more robust and powerful infrastructure. We advise customers to test these contentions for themselves before committing large amounts of money to revamping (or building up) their infrastructure. For example, back-end loaded (e.g., calculation/processing-intense) sites might benefit more from a Read More...

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