ASUS P6X58D Premium features ASUS Xtreme Design, aimed at enthusiasts, gamers and benchmarkers. Testing has established its great performance and stability, explaining the achievement of the new record. The X58 chipset-based P6X58D Premium boosted the triple channel DDR3 to 2333MHz together with an Intel Core i7-980X processor and Kingston HyperX® triple-channel DDR3 memory*.
AMD’s ZACATE 18W APU aimed at the mainstream notebook market (~$500 notebooks). The APU features a pair of Bobcat cores and a Cedar-class AMD DX11 GPU. Spending some time with the physical Zacate package, it seems to have a single 64-bit DDR3 memory interface ala Atom. Unlike Atom however, both the Bobcat cores and the DX11 GPU should be relatively high performance.
Earlier this week, AMD showed us the first public demonstration of Zacate. In its suite were two systems: a Zacate test platform and a Core i5-M 520 notebook from a major OEM. Both systems were configured with 4GB of memory and were running the 64-bit version of Windows 7 Premium.
asus — March 09, 2010 — If you have a blockbuster, the sound has to be a blockbuster sound. ASUS NX90 is designed purely for entertainment, which means the pictures and sound are the essential parts and the sound is as good as picture.