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The Intel X38 chipset has arrived featuring full speed PCIe x16 CrossFire support and introducing PCI Express 2.0. The Gigabyte GA-X38-DQ6 is the first retail-ready enthusiast class motherboard based on this new chipset to reach our labs and we've got the full scoop right here. Read on.
Today, we bring you another preview of an upcoming Intel X38 motherboard. This time, we've got our hands on the new MSI X38 Diamond. The engineering sample may be raw, but MSI has some interesting features that should turn some heads and garner a lot of interest. Check it out right here.
The Motorola Razr2 V8 is designed to facilitate mobility, entertainment and style, all in one slender, richly packaged device.
In our last update, we look at Intel's vision of the next internet. We also have a photo gallery of all the cool gadgets and displays that caught our eye.
We managed to take a quick peek at Intel's latest Skulltrail platform that comes with two sockets for an amazing eight core powerhouse and four PCIe graphics slots for quad SLI graphics. Check out this article for the latest benchmarks of this system as compared to a single quad-core Penryn on the Intel X38.
ASUS plays the role of manufacturer and enthusiast modder with their new Blitz Formula Special Edition motherboard, featuring a hybrid water-cooled Northbridge and proper CrossFire support on an Intel P35 chipset. Throw in great overclocking and performance and you've got this year's best P35 motherboard.
In our second update, we look at upcoming mobile products, from notebook PCs to ultra mobile devices such as UMPCs and MIDs. We also have details of Montevina and Moorestown, as well as a photo gallery.
Sony VAIO CR series is a collection of colorful and functional notebooks packaged in a striking design that lets owners express their confident and bold persona.
Just months after the release of the Blackberry 8800, Research In Motion (RIM) introduces the new Blackberry 8300 Curve, but strangely without Wi-Fi and 3G. Find out what we think of it.
In our first update for IDF Fall 2007, we have details of Intel's upcoming Nehalem microarchitecture, their latest 32nm process technology, the multi-core teraflop Larrabee chip and future USB 3.0 and SATA 6Gbps specifications.