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Max Turbo Frequency refers to the maximum single-core processor frequency that can be achieved with Intel Turbo Boost Technology. See www.intel.com/technology/turboboost/ for more information and applicability of this technology.
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Improvements to trace routing design provide the latest Intel processors with enhanced access to memory bandwidth. ASUS OptiMem II technology carefully maps memory signal pathways across different PCB layers to reduce path distance, and it adds shielding zones that significantly reduce crosstalk.
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ASUS/Intel Republic of Gamers ConventionWhile your non-geek friends and family will badger you into a beach vacation, resist their entreaties and follow your instincts to the ASUS/Intel Republic of Gamers Convention (ROGCon) instead. The goal of ROGCon is "to bring classic LAN gaming back, and to honor the gaming enthusiasts who help fuel technology advancements." With over 40,000 square feet of BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer), BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop), tournament and exhibition space, ASUS and Intel are expecting over 1,000 gamers and spectators to the event. ROGCon participants will have the chance to game for fun, participate in tournaments to win over $70,000 worth of prizes, and test drive the latest in mobile and desktop technologies from ASUS and Intel. ROGCon will take place from July 18 to 20, 2008, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dallas, Texas.
IBM Expands Project Big GreenWhen IBM talks, it's hard to fit it all into a paragraph. However the essence of this latest IBM announcement is an expansion of Project Big Green, a year-old technology initiative to save energy in the data center. After a $1 billion R&D investment, Big Blue is rolling out an array of new services, technologies and financing to help enterprises to build 'greener' infrastructures and save money at the same time. A new core technology in Project Big Green is the modular data center design, which can reduce energy consumption up to 50%, as well as reduce implementation times significantly, says IBM. Other forthcoming green tech innovations include water-cooled computer chips, storage management tools for real-time power consumption management, carbon-footprint management tools and other software capabilities to help businesses achieve their green goals and optimize infrastructure, workloads and people for energy efficiency. Finally IBM Global Financing announced an all-inclusive financial package that allows customers to implement green technologies while allowing cash-flow advantages.
Rickford Grant's Ubuntu for Non-Geeks, 3rd Edition (No Starch)You may not need this book, but the friends and family you convert to Linux just might. It's the 3rd edition of Rickford Grant's Ubuntu for Non-Geeks from No Starch Press. The book's subtitle describes its philosophy well, i.e. A Pain-Free, Project-Based, Get-Things-Done Guidebook. No Starch's publisher, Bill Pollock, says that the book lets new users interact with their operating system, rather than just look at it." Pollock adds that "many of the projects can accomplished with just a few mouse clicks, and as readers complete the projects they're actually customizing and building their system." Topics covered include obtaining free software, connecting to networks, configuring peripherals, working with various media, system customization, working with the command line and more.