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     Opteron 248 HE
      Posted on 23/03/2005 at 14:39 by Marc - source: eWeek
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    During the Server Blade Summit, AMD has released its new low power consumption Opteron, the 248HE. Clocked at 2.2 GHz, it differs from standard version in having a 55 Watts thermal envelope instead of 85.3 Watts for the other 90 nm Opteron 248 and 85.3 watts for the 130nm version.

    We feel however that the 90 nm Thermal Power Design of the standard Opteron 248 is over evaluated and that in practice the power consumption gap between the 248 90nm and 248 HE 90nm could be smaller. We don’t know yet the additional cost of the 248 HE compared to a standard 248.

     Bundle Splinter Cell 3
      Posted on 23/03/2005 at 14:27 by Marc
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    Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, the third episode with the agent Fisher isn’t available yet (release date March 31) but graphic card manufacturers are already fighting to get copies of the game to stand out in this more than competitive market.

    Point Of View will offer to this occasion specific bundles in limited edition. The GeForce 6600 GT AGP and PCI-E will be sold with Chaos Theory and the 6800 GT/Ultra AGP and PCI-E with the three episodes. Leadtek will also release early April a GeForce 6600 GT AGP and PCI-Express limited edition with Chaos Theory.

     Apple meet ISO 13406-2 specification
      Posted on 23/03/2005 at 00:10 by Vincent
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    So far Apple only dealt individually with dead pixel issues. Even if reader’s feedback weren’t that bad, we found quite strange that Apple’s client didn’t beneficiate from a minimum policy.

    That just changed today. The new official statement is: Apple displays meet the ISO 13406-2 specification. Any customer who is concerned about pixel anomalies with an Apple display should contact an Apple Authorised Service Provider (it also include people who doesn’t meet the ISO 13406-2 requirements).

    > Manufacturer’s dead pixel policies.

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