Low-power processors have traditionally been geared towards notebooks and other portable platforms. However, the continued popularity of ultra-compact form-factor desktop systems has resulted in UCFF PCs also serving as lead vehicles for the latest mobile processors. Such is the case with Intel's Raptor Lake-P - the processor SKUs were announced earlier this month at the 2023 CES, and end-products using the processor were slated to appear in a few weeks. Intel is officially allowing its partners to start selling their products into the channel today, and also allowing third-party evaluation results of products based on Raptor Lake-P to be published. ASRock Industrial announced their Raptor Lake-P-based NUC clones as soon as Intel made the parts public. With the new platform, the company decided to trifurcate...
Microsoft has just released a Customer Preview version of Windows XP 64-Bit Edition. We take a first look at performance of the AMD Athlon 64 on the new...42 by Wesley Fink on 2/7/2004
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Elite PC is producing a full-blown Athlon64 FX gaming system built around a Dual-Processor Socket 940 motherboard. Loaded with top-of-the-line components, we look at how the Titan FX...50 by Wesley Fink on 11/30/2003
The AMS eCube EG65D certainly looks like a Small Form Factor computer loaded for performance. But how does it really compare to other SFF systems?6 by Wesley Fink on 10/28/2003
IBM’s latest Small Form Factor system for the Corporate desktop offers the easiest servicing you will likely see in a Corporate desktop – making end-user servicing a real option...20 by Wesley Fink on 10/21/2003
Soltek’s latest Small Form Factor system offers more expansion and a larger Power Supply than other SFF. To our amazement, it is also the quietest SFF that we...20 by Wesley Fink on 10/6/2003
Biostar unveils another Small Form Factor system that asks, “Why do you need a huge desktop PC?” With all the latest Intel 865 features, it looks like a...23 by Wesley Fink on 9/29/2003