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Intel Penryn News

Intel Demonstrates new 45nm Transistors and Conroe's Successor @ Anandtech
Today Intel is announcing a number of details on its 45nm process node, including official details on the first family of 45nm processors due out later this year. The announcements themselves, as you will soon see, are impressive enough, but arguably more interesting is the amount of detail Intel is giving away at this point. In the past we've had to go to sources other than official Intel channels for this sort of information, but that has all changed with the new Intel.

More Intel Penryn and 45nm news at...

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Airport Extreme Enabled for Intel Based Mac's? Tested on a C2D Macbook!

Quickly taking a look at new on the web, Apple has posted a free update to Airport Extreme:

I have a Core 2 Duo Macbook, and just installed the Airport Extreme firmware update. I don't have a Airport Extreme network or Wireless-N network to test with, but here are the results.

The first is a screen shot of the system hardware information. What's interesting is the Network Utility still shows the network adapter as A/B/G only.

2000W Power Supplies???

Wow, with 1000W power supplies just arriving, an announcement of not one, but TWO 2000W power supplies is a bit surprising. Considering most systems won't even utilize a 1000W power supply to capacity, I can't help but think 2kW is a bit of an overkill. For more details on the OCZ and Ultra 2000W power supplies, visit the Inquirer.

Core 2 Duo E4300 Reviews

Looking at current reports, Intel's Core 2 Duo E4000-series processors are looking exciting. Value priced and without much of a compromise in performance, it looks like Intel is looking to capture the mainstream processory market. Intel Core 2 Duo E4300: Affordable and Highly Overclockable @ Anandtech
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