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Futuremark Unveils an Online PC Performance Based Tool for DIY and PC Gamers: GIGABYTE System Builder

Posted by dillesh on December 26, 2009

Are you in dilemma while buying a new PC? You would like to find answers for various questions like what configuration to choose, keep the budget within your range, would like to know the exact price and the performance of the devices before spending your valuable bucks, but no one there to help you out to answer your queries and make your task simpler. Read the rest of this entry »


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Dell introduces OptiPlex 780 USFF and SFF OptiPlex 380 PCs

Posted by dillesh on December 12, 2009

The demand for desktops is always on though the Laptop market is doing quiet well. Desktops are preferred by those who work at a stationary place and love playing high-end games on a better resolution monitors. Dell adds two new SFF models to their OptiPlex line of PCs. Read the rest of this entry »

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Apple Quietly Adds 3.33 GHz Quad-Core Xeon, 2TB HDD Options to Mac Pro

Posted by dillesh on December 5, 2009

Apple Mac Pro updates its Desktop PCs with a new processor 3.33 GHz Intel Xeon quad-core CPU to speed up your processing capability which costs you an extra $1200 if you want to upgrade and a 2TB SATA 3 Gbps hard disk drive runs at 7,200 rpm comes with 32GB of cache (also available on the Apple Xserver server) priced at $350.

Reports says that, Apple is making its move to introduce a new 6-core, 12-thread Xeon (Gulftown) processor built on 32nm processes and with 12MB of shared cache in early 2010. The most advantageous and interesting to note her is, it runs 50% faster than the existing quad-core Xeons, while it saves power as it just consumes only 50% power.

[via engadget]

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