i7 3970X imminent and Ivy Bridge-E due in Q3 2013

Intel’s enthusiast LGA 2011 platform gets updated much less frequently than the mainstream consumer platforms like LGA 1155. As a result we still have to wait another year until the third quarter of 2013 before Ivy Bridge-E, the 22nm version of LGA 2011, will become available to consumers. According to the updated roadmap the i7 […]

Ivy Bridge-E supports PCI-E 3.0

When Sandy Bridge-E first arrived support for PCI Express Generation 3 was not certified or listed. Nvidia later released a patch to allow X79 systems to support PCI Express 3.0 as they were hardware ready. It also didn’t help that Sandy Bridge-E turned up largely well before the first PCI Express 3.0 graphics cards arrived. […]

Google IO 2012: Jelly Bean is presented as Android 4.1, an update with optimizations

Earlier this year, speculation┬áraised that the next version of Android would be dubbed “Jelly Bean”. Obviously not, because during Google IO Conference 2012 it was officially revealed that Android 4.1 would be the version that we would see as Google’s mobile OS this Q3 2012. Which has been classified simply as an update and not […]

Rumor: Excess of GTX 570 cards could delay GeForce GTX 660 until August

Computex 2012 is over and opposed to what was contemplated, the participation of Kepler cards has been limited to some custom designs and more aggressive GeForce GTX 580, a pair of dual-GK104 models and even held the launch of the GeForce GT 640, but there was no news about the highly anticipated GeForce GTX 660. […]

Intel prepares new unlocked Ivy Bridge-DT

Today we had a deluge of news from Intel, and we got another. From Fudzilla they report that Intel plans to launch two new microprocessors Ivy Bridge-DT with an unlocked multiplier, part of its family of microprocessors Core ix “K Series”. The new chips do not yet have an official name, but most likely will […]