Curious to what degree has DDR2 memory aided AMD's latest Socket AM2 processors? Wait no more as the results are in from our extended round of testing and we've got the answers for you. It might just surprise you.
NVIDIA has launched their highly anticipated successor to the long-standing nForce4 chipset in conjunction with AMD's brand new Socket AM2 processors. The nForce 500 MCPs are a new breed of performance enhancing and intelligent chipsets and we have the full details right here.
AMD's Socket AM2 platform goes gold and we check out their top of the line offerings with the Athlon 64 FX-62 and the Athlon 64 X2 5000+ AM2 processors against their Socket-939 predecessors and the competitor's. Fasten your seatbelts and dive in to this review for the full details.
The affordable Pentium D 900-series is Intel's current mainstream dual-core CPU offering for consumers. Priced lower than the 'equivalent' 800-series, they have proven to be interesting competitors to the dearer Athlon 64 X2 series. Exactly where do they stand and how does the brand new 960 model fit in the picture?
Succeeding their lackluster predecessors, the new Pentium XE processors based on the Presler core sport some serious specs. With clock speeds of up to 3.73GHz, loaded with 4MB of L2 cache and taking advantage of a 1066MHz FSB, they seem to instill fear into AMD's A64 FX series; but are they that extreme?
For more than 3 years, AMD has been the official sponsor and technology partner for the world's fastest red racing group: the Scuderia Ferrari team. In this feature story, we'll take a deeper look at the technological partnership that has since yielded numerous victories for the Prancing Horse.
You've been hearing about Intel's Core microarchitecture and their next generation CPUs: Merom for mobile, Conroe for desktop and Woodcrest for server. What you haven't seen are live benchmark numbers that blow away an overclocked Athlon FX-60, the best AMD offering today!
AMD welcomed the new year with a spanking new AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 processor. Based on the Toledo core, it's a dual-core processor clocked at 2.6GHz. Find out how much faster is the new FX-60 as compared to the FX-57 and the X2 4800+.