This union is where you can talk about PC games,hardware and building your own gaming rigs.
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A few members have been doing some upgrades on their hardware and it would be nice to post them here
Oh yes, and some random fruit.
The News Thread 2 is up and running!
Hope it helps you all finding news
The CBPCU wishes everyone a happy new year!
Recently a user has joined the ranks in the CBPCU and after a while he posted pics of his rig and some fruit!
We, here at the CBPCU, wish everyone a Happy New Year!
"Intel is set to announce a completed development phase of its 32 nm chip manufacturing process, which is expected to deliver first commercial processors in late 2009. 32 nm chips will now move into the production phase, while a 22 nm technology, due in 2013, comes out of research and moves into development. Since Intel's process technology development is based on a three-stage strategy, that also means that research on the 16 nm process has already begun."
"The future is fusion"
Santa Clara (CA) – There is no doubt that the Core micro-architecture will have a special place in Intel's history. Core reclaimed the performance crown from AMD, it put Intel on the power-efficiency track and it brought the first quad-core processors in a portfolio that has delivered more than 200 different processor models over the course of two years. While the first-generation Core architecture will see its first successors in Core i7 (Nehalem) CPUs later this year and may slowly begin phase out in the second half of next year, Intel today showed once more the potential of Core with the first 6-core processor – which is not only evidence of the scalability, but also indicates the limits of this architecture.