Monthly Archives: January 2011

[Review] Noctua NH-U12P SE2

Continuing in Noctua’s line-up, we follow up with the Noctua NH-U12P SE2. The Noctua NH-U12P SE2 is as well a highly developed CPU cooler from the house Noctua. It still represents the premium of the Noctua CPU cooler line-up. The Noctua NH-U12P SE2 CPU was considered a high-end CPU cooler when it was first released […]

DailyTech – OCZ to Quickly Exit DRAM Market, Focus on SSDs

DailyTech – OCZ to Quickly Exit DRAM Market, Focus on SSDs. Strong SSD revenues prompt OCZ to quickly abandon DRAM products When it comes to performance upgrades for computing systems, enthusiasts have been moving in large numbers to solid state drives. Upgrading a system from an “archaic” hard disk drive (HDD) to a solid state […]

AnandTech | The Sandy Bridge Review: Intel Core i7-2600K, i5-2500K and Core i3-2100 Tested

AnandTech | The Sandy Bridge Review: Intel Core i7-2600K, i5-2500K and Core i3-2100 Tested. Intel never quite reached 4GHz with the Pentium 4. Despite being on a dedicated quest for gigahertz the company stopped short and the best we ever got was 3.8GHz. Within a year the clock (no pun intended) was reset and we […]

AnandTech | Intel’s Sandy Bridge i7-2820QM: Upheaval in the Mobile Landscape

AnandTech | Intel’s Sandy Bridge i7-2820QM: Upheaval in the Mobile Landscape. Intel’s Sandy Bridge: Upheaval in the Mobile Landscape You’re probably sick of me talking about Sandy Bridge in our notebook reviews, particularly since up to now I’ve been unable to provide any numbers for actual performance. Today, Intel takes the wraps off of Mobile […]