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With the ever-raging debate about the correlation of high thermals and the performance throttling of M.2 SSDs being a hot topic, Cryorig intends to unveil an interesting and aggressive styled M.2 SSD based cooling solution at Computex 2018: the Frostbit M.2 SSD Cooler. The Cryorig Frostbit M.2 SSD Cooler is the first mass-manufactured M.2 cooler to feature a dual stacked heatpipe design and carries a weight of 56 g and a maximum thermal dissipation rating of 12 W. 12W is well past what any conventional SSD is capable of outputting, so with good contact this cooler will certainly be overkill. Those worried about obstruction from large GPUs especially the ones directly slotted above the M.2 slot, the larger copper heatpipe on the Frostbit allows for...

IDF Spring 2005 - Day 2: The Yonah Scoop

Want to know everything that's been made available on Intel's first dual core mobile CPU? We've got Yonah uncovered for you.

23 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/3/2005

IDF Spring 2005 - Day 2: Mobility Keynote

Sean Maloney talks about Yonah, Napa and Intel's plans for mobility in 2006.

6 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/2/2005

IDF Spring 2005 Day 1 - Gelsinger Speaks, nForce4 Intel and more

Although it started off slow, Pat Gelsinger's keynote saved the day for Intel - kicking off Spring IDF 2005 right. Pat talks about everything from 64-bit to multi-core...

19 by Anand Lal Shimpi & Derek Wilson on 3/2/2005

IDF Spring 2005 - New Pentium D, No More 4

Intel just announced that they will be ditching the Pentium 4 label for their dual core parts and instead simply calling them: Pentium. A track back in history...

27 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/1/2005

Updated! IDF Spring 2005 Day 1 - 65nm Multi-Core Demos and more

Intel's Presler (65nm Dual Core) running at 2.0GHz, Intel's Yonah (65nm Dual Core mobile) and live Intel 955X dual core motherboards. Welcome to Intel's Multi-Core Zone.

21 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/1/2005

IDF Spring 2005 Day 1 - Craig Barrett's Keynote

He has his good keynotes and his bad ones, find out which one this morning's keynote by Craig Barrett was...

8 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/1/2005

CES 2005 - More Tech Notes From the Floor

And now, we wrap up our coverage with a look at HTPC, video cards, storage and general notes from the floor. Make sure to read our world exclusive of...

14 by Kristopher Kubicki on 1/14/2005

CES 2005: Chipsets, Motherboards, and Memory

Under the glitzy glare of CES, we found a few boards and some memory to bring a little joy to a gloomy January day. Take a look at...

22 by Wesley Fink on 1/13/2005

Consumer Electronics Show 2005: AT's Coverage

Everything from Dual Core to DLP is covered in our CES show report.

48 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/10/2005

Consumer Electronics Show 2005: Keynote with Bill Gates & Conan O'Brien

Bill Gates talks about Microsoft's Consumer Electronics strategy

14 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/6/2005

IDF Day 3: AMD and Intel's Dual Core Demonstrations; The Race to Dual Core

We take a look at dual core madness. AMD and Intel show their hands, and we take a look at what's on the table.

12 by Kristopher Kubicki on 9/10/2004

Intel 65nm and Beyond (or Below): IDF Day 2 Coverage

Coverage of the second day at IDF brings 65nm process coverage.

21 by Kristopher Kubicki on 9/9/2004

Intel Developer Forum Fall 2004: Day 1 Keynote

This year, parallelism is the key topic at the Intel Developer Forum.

28 by Derek Wilson on 9/7/2004

Your DVD Burner is Obsolete

We have 16X burn speeds, BluRay information, 100GB optical storage and recorder chipset information inside.

29 by Kristopher Kubicki on 6/10/2004

Computex 2004: Graphics Cards Galore

With tons of vendors scattered throughout the show floor, we did our best to round up as many shots of the latest and greatest graphics cards as we could.

16 by Derek Wilson on 6/5/2004

Computex 2004: BTX at the Show

After much searching, we finally got the BTX information and pictures we were looking for. Read on to get the BTX at Computex experience, without traveling half-way across...

28 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 6/2/2004

Computex 2004 Update: NV45 Mystery Solved

We've asked a number of questions about NV45 today, and we've finally got all of the answers...including what that darn power connector happens to be.

8 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 6/1/2004

Computex 2004 Early Bird Coverage: NV45 in the Flesh, New Chipsets, BTX Boards and more...

We always get excited about Computex, and this year is no exception. We have the first ever pictures and information on NVIDIA's NV45, including current clock speed information...

23 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/31/2004

Game Developer's Conference 2004: Carmack Addresses the Masses

John Carmack makes his first appearance at the annual Game Developer's Conference to speak about the trials and tribulations of bleeding edge game engine development.

37 by Derek Wilson on 3/30/2004

Intel Developer Forum Spring 2004 - Wrapup

Our coverage from this year's Spring IDF is concluded with information on the future of CPUs from Intel, some shots of the upcoming Intel DDR2 chipsets and talk about...

9 by Derek Wilson on 2/23/2004

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