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    Intel 660p 1TB SSD

    Wow what a price! :eek:
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    Why you should run processors that are older.

    The AMD Platform Security Processor (PSP), officially known as AMD Secure Technology, is a trusted execution environment subsystem incorporated since about 2013 into AMD microprocessors.[1] According to an AMD developer's guide, the subsystem is "responsible for creating, monitoring and...
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    Intel NUC devices

    I remember these came out years ago, and Intel is still making them, but now they are actually quite powerful. I really like the NUC7i5BNK. It's an i5 model, supports 32gig of memory and uses a .m2 SSD, and had 4k support. It's also vesa compatible so you can mount it behind a monitor or TV as...
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    Your next PC build. AMD or Intel?

    You know at this moment if I was going to do another PC I think I would go all AMD (never thought I would say that again). It has been years, but I think they are kinda the leader right now including their video cards. It's funny how the cycle goes around and around. What about you?
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    Twitter employee offers intel in Trump take-down plot
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    Intel CPU Security Issues

    So I don't know how many of you have already heard about this, but it really is large news. AMD processors are not vulnerable to this type of attack. All computers with Intel chips from the past 10 years appear to be affected. The fix for it? A 30% slower computer! Get ready for some major slow...
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    Intel releases HDMI stick that runs Windows 8.1 ($149)

    The Intel® Compute Stick is a new generation compute-on-a-stick device that’s ready-to-go out-of–the-box and offers the performance, quality, and value you expect from Intel. Pre-installed with Windows 8.1* or Linux, get a complete experience on an ultra-small, power-efficient device that...
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    AMD Not Competing with Intel Anymore

    Poor AMD lately, and I have always loved them. Intel has been destroying them the last few years. />
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    Intel: Sandy Bridge's Insider is not DRM

    Me and C Pav have been watching these chips since they have gotten released. This is kinda a downer since it looks like it has hardware DRM built into the chip. Here is Intel's statement.
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    Remote Kill Switch on Intel's new processors

    I don't know if this is a good feature or a bad feature.
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    Preview of Intel UEFI with Sandy Bridge

    I can't wait. It's about time they moved forward for the original BIOS platform.
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    Intel to Buy McAfee for $7.7 Billion

    Bad move Intel.
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    Intel X25-M 80gig SSD Well most of you know that I recently purchased a SSD drive. Now I was all excited for this because as you all know its a SSD drive meaning just memory and no moving parts which mean super fast speeds. Anyways I already have a 300gig...
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    Intel paid Dell $6 billion to not use AMD products

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    Steve Ballmer: We cannot let intel do chip design on Linux ever

    Are the worried? :annoyed: More emails here...
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    Intel's Next Generation CPU: Core i7 (Nehalem) Technology:     * Two, four, or eight cores     * 731 million transistors for the quad core variant     * 45 nm manufacturing process     * Integrated memory controller...
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    Universal attack code for Intel chips discovered

    "Also, he says he found Intel's diary and is totally telling everybody about that one thing. But seriously, we think Kris Kaspersky is being a bit of a tease here. He claims to have found a flaw in Intel's processors that would allow a hacker to bust up on a computer using JavaScript or TCP/IP...
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    Intel's Atom

    So i am sure you have read about Intel's new low cost ATOM chip that is coming out soon. What do you think? Will this revolutionize PC chips and make the final blow to AMD?
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    Intel's 6-core Xeon cpu

    WOW! :shock:
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    Intel's Skulltrail mb

    Mmmmmmm... :drool: More here: Linkage