News from Intel, AMD, Cyrix/IBM and IDT about their CPU plans.
A quick look at Intel's latest road map and AMD's promises at Cebit 97 leave no doubts that the times of 66 MHz system clock frequency
Since in the beginning of April almost the whole computer world was looking at AMD, when the glorious K6 CPU was launched
For quite a long while we didn't hear too much from the Texan CPU manufacturer, that used to give Intel so much trouble in the days of the 386 and 486
The Intel Press Incident, Strong Arm Tactics - The Best Way to Reign the Computer Industry? Hardware Testing Samples for the Computer Press - How Do these Guys Get them?
What is it all about with the new Pentium II ('Klamath') and what can we expect from this new Intel CPU?
15 days after its official release I eventually received my very own Pentium MMX 200. It was actually a kind donation of Erik Wagner from Nutek Systems USA, IL.
Whether you're crunching numbers or rendering dimly lit hallways in Quake, the capability of your system to get the job done relies first and foremost on its CPU.
The performance of the motherboard is highly depending on the memory timing you adjust in your BIOS setup
Recent informations about problems with this board could not be duplicated by me, the problem seems to be of minor nature and is easy to be remedied
Problems with the Cyrix 6x86's cache under Windows NT have forced Microsoft to more or less high-handedly reconfigure the processor
After lots of testing and discussions, Fredi Gross and me came to a final version of the FIRST REAL WORLD DIRECT3D BENCHMARK
The little ctcm program from the German ct-Magazine is an extreme helpful tool to find out about your motherboard performance