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June 27, 2012

Falcon Northwest Announces Godlike Gaming PC's In Compact Form.

I guess big things can come in small packages, at least Falcon Northwest intends to make us believe that, and believe I do. We at TheGameFanatics try to post about technology that is affordable to the everyday person but when I saw this product I simply had to write about it.

 
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January 11, 2012

ORIGIN PC Announces the Overclocked 5.7GHz Genesis

ORIGIN PC starts off 2012 with three major announcements.The award-winning GENESIS desktop has been overclocked to a record 5.7GHz with the exclusive new ORIGIN PC Phase Change cooling system. The Phase Change cooling system will be available in late Q1. ORIGIN PC launches free U.S. based lifetime 24/7 technical support on all desktops and laptops starting today. The award winning EON17-S and EON15-S laptops both receive an upgrade with the new exclusive ORIGIN PC design. Starting today, every ORIGIN PC customer receives free U.S. based 24/7 technical support for life, including current customers

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September 13, 2011

AMD Enters the Record Books

A longtime favorite of performance enthusiast and overclockers around the world, AMD has announced today that it has achieved the Guinness World Record for the “Highest Frequency of a Computer Processor,” by overclocking the upcoming 8-core AMD FX desktop processor. This record marks another accomplishment in the storied history of the FX brand, which represents amazing unrestrained PC experiences that users can see and feel. All FX branded products, including the upcoming AMD FX CPU, will offer completely unlocked processors and clock multipliers for easier PC enthusiast overclocking, and include exclusive AMD software through the AMD VISION Engine to fine-tune system performance. [...]

 
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July 25, 2011

Intel’s Sandy Bridge-E Detailed

Details of Intel’s new line of Sandy Bridge-E models have surfaced, with the Core I7 processors being packaged in the LGA2011 Models.

Some details we’re known about these new lines of processor back in April 2011, but things such as (clock speeds, cache, and cores) we’re unknown. The information back in April provided by Intel stated that there would be two lines of LGA2011 processors. One being considered for the enthusiast type, being geared towards those people who enjoy pushing things to the limit. While the other would be a more for the mainstream audience, lacking most of the overclocking features thus being considered a lock down processor.

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