Systemax Rock Your Quad Tour continues at the South Jacksonville CompUSA. Shortly after 5PM, the winner of the Systemax Quad Core PC was announced as Larry Valetutto. Just prior, Bauer had a quick trivia quiz, won by Wayne Dunne with the correct answer of 1986.
Tuesday the Tour picks up in Tampa, Florida!
Believe it or not, servers and workstations can have twice the power of quad-core processors without spending too much.
The AMD Opteron 2354 processor is capable of supporting dual-processor configuration for improved latency speeds and overall performance. And it has more than just dual-processor support and a midrange price tag.
In a way, processors come in three leagues, with one for the mainstream home PC, another for the gamers, and the third for server systems. A server chip is very important because it determines the consumer qualities of a server computer. The server is required to quickly respond to your requests regardless of how overworked it already is. It must be fast and reliable at performing tasks.
Cost only comes second to the overall performance and dependability required in such a chip. Now imagine a low-cost, high-performance server processor readily available in the market. The Intel Xeon E5335 Processor is capable of such a feat.
Budget-minded desktop owners do not have to lose hope in finding the right processor for their system. The humble yet capable AMD Athlon 64 LE-1640 is a single-core processor that sports a very low price tag and is energy-efficient to boot. It has a thermal design power (TDP) of only 45 watts, which is pretty […]
Why settle for one when you can have the power of four? Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9775 processor gives you the dynamic power of four cores in one. This will provide an incredible gaming experience for those hardcore computer game fans, and will not flunk on multiple computer tasks.
This CPU is any computer gamer, media savvy and business ownerâ€™s ideal processor. If you think that a single-core processor is enough for your daily techie needs, then having a quad-core processor installed in you personal computer is definitely more than a delight.
If you are building yourself the ultimate AM2-based system, then there is no better choice than getting the “Black Edition” AMD Phenom X4 9850 Quad Core Processor. This single package is capable of delivering the performance of four processors combined…
Have you always wanted to get a true quad-core processor but have been turned off by sky-high prices? With the coming of AMDâ€™s capable yet affordable series of quad-core processors, the Phenom X4, the chance to get in on all the quad-core computing action is finally here.
AMD has always been dedicated to delivering astounding processing power to the mainstream user. So if what you want is power at less the price, then give the AMD Phenom X4 9500 a lot of thought. It is simply a true quad-core processor with a very attractive price tag of less than $200.
Here is a high-performance motherboard designed to push the envelope of computing technology with Quad core CPU support and dual graphics card support. The MSI 975X Platinum Motherboard bundled with the Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 Processor 2.66GHz OEM is sure to give you a powerhouse bundle worth every dollar spent or saved.
First of all, it has to be known that platforms based on the Intel® deliver incredible performance suitable for gaming, multimedia entertainment and a great variety of business applications.
Pairing motherboards and CPUs together can sometimes be a daunting task—especially for those who have little idea of what the optimal configurations are. Motherboards come with a wide range of ports, sockets, speeds, etc. Likewise, the performance they offer varies as well.
The motherboard you choose has significant bearing on the overall performance of your CPU: pairing a powerful CPU with an incapable motherboard dampens the potential of the entire rig. That is why it is a very smart decision to go with a motherboard and CPU bundle. Take the Abit Fatal1ty FP-IN9 SLI motherboard and Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 bundle for instance—a powerhouse partnership between two impressive PC components!
Do you remember the year 1999 when AMD released the first ever Athlon-branded processor? No offense to the older K6-2 models but in the minds of a lot of people, the Athlon which was part of the AMD K7 family, was the processor that launched AMD to the next level. The Athlon displayed a level of performance that matched the power of its competitors.
Now, thanks to Athlon’s combination of reliability, speed and affordability, AMD is able to steal some of its competitor’s thunder once again. The company that has earned the trust of millions of users has released another great CPU. The AMD Phenom 9600 Processor is exactly as its name implies: it is a phenomenal processor that can provide your PC with the power it needs to run programs effectively.