Posts Tagged ‘ speed ’

AMD’s A10 5800k – Let’s take a look at this hot Trinity APU

May 3rd, 2012 | By

So let’s take a look at this hot new AMD Trinity APU who’s release date is looking to be set for May the 15th.  The A10 5800k is the high end of the Trinity APU’s aimed at the desktop market.  While AMD might not be putting up such a huge fight to compete with the
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AMD Bulldozer vs AMD Piledriver – One AMD APU to rule them all! (for now)

May 2nd, 2012 | By

So in case you haven’t noticed May is AMD Month because this month this is the month that the public gets their hands on AMD’s new Piledriver chip’s.  So your going to hear a lot of the words Piledriver floating around and Bulldozer and Trinity and a slew of other words but what does it
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AMD Piledriver Release – AMD’s APUs (Trinity) secrets unlocked

May 1st, 2012 | By

With AMD’s Piledriver release approaching how the hell is AMD going to push the new APU’s used in the new AMD Trinity A10 chip over the 4GHZ mark you ask? Well if rumors are correct the the AMD piledriver chips will use resonant clock mesh technology developed by Cyclos Semiconductor. This came from an announcement
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AMD Trinity A10 APU CPU Benchmarks and GPU Benchmarks

Apr 27th, 2012 | By

As we now know the AMD Trinity cores release date was leaked and is set for May 15th 2012.  Well AMD has released the GPU benchmarks and they are looking pretty impressive.. I’ll start with the GPU / graphics benchmarks below before moving onto the A10 cpu benchmarks afterwards.  The great thing with the APU
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Horribly bad, god awful wireless network performance in Debian

Feb 10th, 2012 | By

This has been plaguing me ever since I switched from Ubuntu to Debian and to be honest the wireless performance wasn’t all that hot in Ubuntu either.  For the record this is on an AMD E350 which has a Atheros Communications Inc. AR9287 Wireless Network Adapter in it.  There has been a myriad of problems since
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To hell with NTFS – running the same proc on ext4 is over twice as fast

Mar 9th, 2011 | By

The way I have my partitions setup is 50GB of EXT4 for linux and 300GB of NTFS for general file storage so that I can access them if I dual boot in windows or anything else int he future.. Compatibility was the name of the game.  Because of this I end up storing most of
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A Windows OS vs Snow Leopard benchmarks are in. Prepare not to be surprised

Oct 16th, 2009 | By

Just caught this story on Cnet and thought I’d share.  Benchmarks of Windows 7 Vs Snow Leopard are coming in and the results are pretty much what you’d expect them to be.  Windows trumps the show with 3D stuff and Gaming, Snow Leopard takes the cake with Multitasking, encoding and boot times, as well as
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