ASRock Unveils ION 330 with Intel Dual-Core Processor

"Motherboard manufacturer ASRock today unveiled its ION 330 system which brings together the dual-core Intel Atom 330 and NVIDIA's ION platform."

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ASRock Unveils ION 330 with Intel Dual-Core Processor
 
The ION 330 from ASRock features a dual-core Intel processorMotherboard manufacturer ASRock today unveiled its ION 330 system which brings together the dual-core Intel Atom 330 and NVIDIA’s ION platform. The system is expected to provide stiff competition to Acer’s ION based system Revo.
 
An ION PC is created by pairing an Intel Atom processor with an NVIDIA chipset carrying a GeForce 9400M IGP. The combination results in a system that consumes less power, costs less and is ultra small, yet capable of 1080p playback.
 
Acer became the first major manufacturer to launch an ION system with its Revo, but the system is based on a single-core Intel Atom N230 processor. ASRock’s ION 330, shown here courtesy of Chinese website HKEPC.com, goes to the next level with its dual-core Intel Atom 330. Another additional feature of the system that is missing from the Revo is the inclusion of an optical drive.
 
For processing power seekers, the ASRock ION 330 offers higher computing power compared to Acer’s Revo. However, they will have to wait for some time before the system becomes available and the manufacturer releases pricing details.
 
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24-04-2009, 11:47:48

mrapoc
Id say you need a mix of both tox,

Sure i havent had any alerts yet

but with the amount of "drive by" attacks i wouldnt want to risk having a keylogger present wen using credit cards etc.

24-04-2009, 13:34:31

deathwish
i have allways used nothing but this seems to be pretty good
low memory usage and havent noticed any decrese in performace in game

24-04-2009, 13:43:58

mrapoc
but what is the detection, cleaning and false positives like?

i found when i tried others to eset nod32, a lot were finding clean files and viruses and some (kapersky for example) slowed me down too much

24-04-2009, 14:56:00

Toxcity
Never used one never will.
I now know the registry like the back of my hand. I know the HDD layout too. Any dodgy files/programs I will pick up on.

But really it all comes down to not clicking random links.

24-04-2009, 15:55:05

Brooksie
It's just nice to know that it's there incase of a human error :p

Currently on a game safe trial.

25-04-2009, 06:28:47

zak4994
We're only humans Tox. We vary.The smart people who can avoid most mistakes won't need an anti-virus (e.g. Tox ;)) and there are us who just like to be careful...

25-04-2009, 06:53:15

Toxcity
lol, smart? I don't think so! :)

25-04-2009, 06:53:56

zak4994
I meant common sense wise.

25-04-2009, 06:55:05

Toxcity
Wow, that was the quickest reply I have ever seen!!?! Took you less than a min to reply!
Nice! :)

25-04-2009, 06:55:52

zak4994
Thank Microsoft for inventing Windows Live Mail.
Also thank Jim for e-mail notifications.
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