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Intel Sandy Bridge CPU refresh includes i5 and Celeron cores

Intel Sandy Bridge CPU refresh includes i5 and Celeron cores

There's a brand new set of no less than seven CPUs out on the market announced by Intel today, each of them with a slight modification over the last comparable version of them, with both Core i5 and Celeron units up for sale. Each of these units has been announced extremely silently for one reason or another, most likely because they do not offer major advances over the last wave of comparable cores. Other than the P at the end of the names for two of the three Core i5 units possible meaning a modification to the GPU has been made, not one whole heck of a lot is known about the innards of these products.

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AMD desktop Fusion APU processors due Q3 to take on Intel Sandy Bridge

AMD desktop Fusion APU processors due Q3 to take on Intel Sandy Bridge

AMD is reportedly readying the first desktop versions of its APU-based processors for a release in Q3 2011, following the successful launch of the Fusion APU notebook range back in January. According to DigiTimes' sources, the first batch of desktop Fusion fun will include six A-series 32nm Llano APUs debuting at Computex in June, while a further five chips will follow on in Q4.

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HPs Latest Intel Sandy Bridge notebooks available to purchase

HPs Latest Intel Sandy Bridge notebooks available to purchase

If you have been waiting for the new line of HP notebooks packing in Intel Sandy Bridge tech to land so you can pick one up, today is your day. The new machines have all announced and you can order them up over on LogicBuy right now. The dv6 quad edition is selling for $824.99 with free shipping on the site and has a free 6GB RAM update. The machine has a Core i7 quad core CPU and Radeon HD 6770M graphics with a 15.6-inch screen.

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MSI Responds To Intel Sandy Bridge Recall

MSI Responds To Intel Sandy Bridge Recall

MSI is now on the same recall train as Acer, Toshiba, HP, and Samsung in the aftermath of the Intel Sandy Bridge chipset design flaw discovery. MSI has just released an official announcement to assure its customers that they are working quickly with their retailers, distributors and other channel partners to take care of the problem. They encourage their customers who wish to return their MSI Intel P67 and H67 motherboards or affected gaming notebooks to contact the original place of purchase for more details. They also offer an alternative for customers to register via their website by April 30, 2011 to ensure eligibility for return/replacement options. See the full details and press release after the cut.

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LucidLogix Virtu dynamic GPU system for Intel Sandy Bridge revealed

LucidLogix Virtu dynamic GPU system for Intel Sandy Bridge revealed

LucidLogix has announced a new GPU virtualization system that would allow NVIDIA and AMD GPUs to work together with the integrated graphics in Intel Sandy Bridge powered computers. According to the company, the new Virtu system manages both the discrete GPU and the Sandy Bridge graphics, assigning high-power tasks to the dedicated graphics and then shutting them down during low-demand periods so as to save power and reduce energy consumption.

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First Intel Sandy Bridge notebook is from Santech

First Intel Sandy Bridge notebook is from Santech

We have been hearing about the coming Intel Sandy bridge processors for a while now and you can count on seeing lots of notebooks and other gear using the CPUs at CES this month. The first notebook to break cover using the new processors has been spied and it’s the Santech N67. The machine is fully customizable when the buyer orders so it will have a ton of options to choose from.

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ASUS G53SW, G73SW, N53SV and N73SV Intel Sandy Bridge notebooks revealed

ASUS G53SW, G73SW, N53SV and N73SV Intel Sandy Bridge notebooks revealed

ASUS isn't just teasing tablets this morning; the company is also spilling details on its Intel Sandy Bridge notebook ranges, the games-centric G53SW and G73SW, and the mainstream N53SV and N73SV. The ASUS G73SW uses the company's Stealth Fighter inspired design, and pairs Intel's new Core i7-2630QM processor with 8GB of DDR3 1333MHz RAM, a 17.3-inch 1920 x 1080 display and twin 500GB Seagate Momentus XT hybrid drives.

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Intel Sandy Bridge-Equipped HP Pavilion dv6 Shows Up Overseas

Intel Sandy Bridge-Equipped HP Pavilion dv6 Shows Up Overseas

While the official unveiling of Intel's Sandy Bridge at CES is coming up, Intel is already sending out the chips to manufacturers for a quick turn around after the announcement. However, it looks like HP is ready to start selling some laptops with the new hardware under the hood. As seen in an electronics store in Singapore, VR-Zone managed to steal some time away and get their hands on the new laptop, which features the same aesthetics as the previous iterations in the Pavilion dv6 line-up. But there's one main difference: Intel's Sandy Bridge inside.

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Intel Sandy Bridge Processors Confirmed for January Debut

Intel Sandy Bridge Processors Confirmed for January Debut

Despite the fact that November is quickly coming to a close, and there's plenty of celebration to be had between now and the beginning of the new year, there are a few people out there who are already looking forward to January for an entirely different reason: CES 2011. And with that giant event, companies from all over the globe are going to be showing off new designs, and new ideas. Intel, one of the companies to watch at the event, has confirmed that they will be showing off their brand new Sandy Bridge processors at the event.

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