Intel Unveils 6-Core Xeon 7400

Intel officially unveiled its six-core 'Dunnington' Xeon 7400 processor on Monday. The Xeon 7400 is also one of the first Intel chips to have a monolithic design. In other words, all six cores will be on one piece of silicon. This is a legacy-at-launch part, as it...

Intel’s First SSD Sets The Bar High

Via Slashdot: "Intel is entering the storage market with an ambitious X25-M solid-state drive capable of 250MB/s sustained reads and 70MB/s writes. The drive is so fast that it employs Native Command Queuing (originally designed to hide mechanical hard drive latency) to compensate for latency the...

CrossOver Games on BSD

An experimental build of CrossOver Games is now available for the BSD platform. This edition is unsupported by CrossOver, but it is a great opportunity to test out playing Windows games on BSD. pcbsd.org notes that Jeremy White from CodeWeavers has issued a challenge to the...