quote: The birth and demise of AMD's Quadfather, the ubiquitous lack of support (or interest) for quad-GPU graphics, failed physics processors and inconsequential sales of "killer" network cards.
quote: AMD blackbox edition with unlocked multipliers. Now there's an enthusiast product. Highly overclockable mobo with good options, that's an enthusiast product.
quote: Preliminary testing of dual graphics cards shows performance gains of more than 50% compared to single graphics card configuration.
quote: call me when something like that turns the PC industry on its ear.
quote: I remember the exact instant when computer hardware became a commodity. Steve Jobs got up in front of one hundred journalists and in less than 60 seconds, a million Apple zealots went from ardent Intel naysayers to hardened Intel devotees. In that moment I realized it didn't really much matter to anyone which CPU was better than another, it only mattered what Steve Jobs told everyone to think anyway.