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  • A simple guide to overclocking your CPU

    Overclocking refers to pushing your computer components harder and faster than the manufacturer designed them to go. The initial pitch is seductive: Buy a slower, lower-cost CPU; juice up the clock speed; and presto! You have a cheap, high-end processor.

  • How to buy a new PC: The specs

    Once you've determined the type of desktop system you want, a compact PC, a budget system, a mainstream all-purpose model, or a performance crackerjack, you need to know what components to look for.

  • A history of Intel's antitrust woes

    The Federal Trade Commission's antitrust lawsuit against Intel marks the latest development in one of several antitrust cases that have dogged the world's largest chip maker for years. Here's a rundown of Intel's brushes with antitrust investigators and lawsuits around the world since 1990:

  • Rackspace: a realistic green pioneer

    Rackspace is building a brand new datacentre and hopes to save 20 percent of expected power costs through more efficient cooling. It's going green at a pace that makes business sense.

  • Dell's view of the storage world

    A review of Dell's storage products shows that Dell has moved quickly, innovatively and promptly in developing storage product offerings. Maybe these attributes of Dell's storage operation are coming to the fore in the new Dell, Dell 2.0.

  • Linux-kernel virtualisation -- finally on the fast track

    Progress in the virtualisation world sometimes seems slow. But with KVM, the speed with which the KVM developers have been able to add relatively advanced features is impressive.

  • IT on a chip

    Embedded functions in micro-processors are helping do things from improving security to virtualising servers

  • KVM beats Xen to Linux kernel

    Could KVM be the technology to come out of nowhere to beat Xen and other virtualisation solutions to the Linux kernel?

  • Time to welcome Draft N?

    Draft N may not be a final standard, but it's solid now, says Mike Hurlston of Broadcom.

  • US puts money on ultra-fast supercomputers

    The US Government plans to spend hundreds of millions, to address the most challenging problems facing science, national security and industry.

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