Sadly that's only hyping Hyper-V. Are they going to release new CPUs with new x86 virtualization extensions, is Microsoft going to hotfix Hyper-V to make a better use of AMD-V? Why not give out press releases that actually give that kind of information.
Thanks to bta for letting us know though.
I believe 2950pro should also be PCI-E 2.0
edit: hell yeah
another edit: wtf? 2900pro has 512bit bus as club3d revealed, and 2950pro will only have 256bit? probably the specs are still going to be changed.
Gigabyte, MSI and Asus have rd790 boards, they're probably just waiting for the cpus ;)
Biostar-s tf560 am2+ does not support ht3.0 and split power planes, it's just a nice marketing trick probably. At least the specs say so.
A guy I know uses 550w antec (slightly modded) for most of his testing.
Last one he described:
quad core intel
few gigs of ddr2
under MASSIVE overclock of course, using dryice
So you dont really need all those megakilowatt supplies.
Except for 'notebooks' like these.
Intel's turbo memory is extra flash memory working together with the HDD to boost HDD speed.
Anyway, why are they releasing k8 cpu's for laptops now when conroes and their kin are dominating the laptop market :confused:
And finally, custom northbridge and chipset from amd for mobile computing...
Everyone should know by now that clock speed isn't the only magic number.
Why don't you read this:
In the end of the article, there is also something interesting mentioned about Vista ;)
if you have 6mb free space
AMD scanner gave me:
You have: Microsoft Windows Vista Professional (Build 6000)
a new version? :wtf: