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     A Phenom II X4 965 soon?
      Posted on 03/07/2009 at 16:32 by Marc
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    According to TweakTown, AMD is looking to launch a Phenom II X4 965 as soon as possible. Clocked at 3.4 GHz, against 3.2 GHz for the Phenom II X4 955. This processor should give comparable performance to the Intel Q9550 that is on sale at $266. Given that the Phenom II X4 955 is priced at $245, AMD may be able to undercut its competitor if it launches the 955 at the same price.



     Reminder: Intel price cuts on the 19th
      Posted on 03/07/2009 at 16:29 by Marc
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    Remember Intel is planning to cut the price of these processors on the 19th July. Unfortunately these cuts will not be anything spectacular, either in terms of the number of lines cut or the extent of the cuts. Following the release of the Q8400, E7600 and E6300 over the last few months, the following processors will reduced:

    - Core 2 Q8300 : $163 compared to $183 previously
    - Core 2 E7500 : $113 compared to $133 previously
    - Pentium E5400 : $74 compared to $84 previously
    - Pentium E5300 : $64 compared to $74 previously

    As the Q8300 will cost the same as the Q8200, the E7500 the same as the E7400 and the E5300 the same as the E5200, the Q8200, E7400 and E5200 look as if they must be at the end of the line.



     Seagate SSDs: 1 to 2 years delay?
      Posted on 03/07/2009 at 16:05 by Marc - source: The Register
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    In October 2008, Seagate announced its intention to launch an SSD business range in 2009. According to an analyst at the investment bank, Pacific Crest Securities, Seagate is having some design problems which could delay these products until 2010 or even 2011.

    The source of the problem is reported to be the LSI controller that Seagate went with at first. They are reported to be changing over to a new controller. The analyst says that to make up the ground it has lost Seagate may be looking to purchase a start-up like Western Digital did when it bought SiliconSystem last March.


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