Hardware News and Review RoundUP november 26 2012
The Wii U is now available in North America and retails at $299 (Basic) and $349 (Deluxe) respectively. For more information on the console please visit Nintendo’s official website.
Like the initial K6, the K6-II represented outstanding value, often costing half as much as Intel’s Pentium chips. The final iteration of the K6, the K6-III, was a more complicated CPU, the transistor count now stood at 21.4 million — up from 8.8 million in the first K6, and 9.4 million for the K6-II — and incorporated AMD’s PowerNow!, which dynamically altered clock speeds according to workload. With clock speeds eventually reaching 570MHz, the K6-III was fairly expensive to produce and had a relatively short life span cut short by the arrival of the K7 which was better suited to compete with the Pentium III and beyond.
Video Cards: — Arctic Accelero Twin Turbo 690 VGA Cooler
Keyboards: — QPAD MK-50 – MK-80 and MK-85
Monitors: — AOC i2757Fm myPlay
Mainbords: — ASUS M5A99X EVO
Laptops: — Dell XPS 14
Processors: — AMD A10-5800K
Power Supply: — Kingwin Power Force 850W
Audio and Headsets: — RHA CA-200 Black Noise Isolating Headphones
Storage: — ADATA DashDrive Elite HE720