HP has updated its most powerful dual-processor Z8 workstation line with the latest components. The new systems contain up to two Intel Skylake-SP Xeon CPUs with up to 56 cores in total, up to 3 TB of DDR4 RAM, terabytes of storage as well as up to 9 PCIe slots along with optional TB3 and 10 GbE support via add-in cards. The HP Z8 workstation will be the pinnacle of HP’s computers for personal and professional use and its price in high-end configurations will surpass even the top-of-the-range gaming PCs. Historically, most high-end workstations relied on server platforms to support more than one CPU and thus offer higher performance than any consumer desktop. The emergence of dual-core and then multi-core CPUs a little more a...
Biostar unveils another Small Form Factor system that asks, “Why do you need a huge desktop PC?” With all the latest Intel 865 features, it looks like a...23 by Wesley Fink on 9/29/2003
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Shuttle extends their Small Form Factor XPC line with two Athlon XP solutions, including the long awaited nForce2 XPC.1 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/6/2003
Once again we're taking a look at the hardware behind the next-generation consoles. This time Nintendo's GameCube takes the stage as we break it down for you.4 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 12/7/2001
While not usually our forté, there is some pretty serious hardware powering Microsoft's first videogame console; and where there is hardware, there is AnandTech. Read on to find...1 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 11/21/2001