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Unless you've been living under the rock for the past 18 months, then you know that Intel has a number ofdiscrete graphics cardsin the works that will cover a broad number of market segments, from the desktop to the data center. The first products to hit the market will likely beXe-based GPU acceleratorsthat will be... Read more...
When AMD announced its 7nm Zen 2-basedRyzen 3000processors at Computex, the enthusiast community stood up and took notice. Later, when AMD capped off the new processor family with the bodacious and powerful 16-core/32-threadRyzen 9 3950X, it absolutely rocked the desktop PC community. However, it appears computing... Read more...
Yesterday we wrote about a Korean-language news report suggesting that Intel had commissioned Samsung, a rival of sorts in the semiconductor space (as it pertains to jockeying for the title of top semiconductor producer), to manufacture its upcoming 14-nanometer Rocket Lake CPUs. Well, we have new information... Read more...
G.Skill is very much involved in the overclocking community, and often pushes the limits with PC memory kits that offer enthusiasts breakneck speeds. It's not just about cranking out high-end RAM kits, thoughG.Skill today announced that it is ponying up $25,000 in cash for this year's annual overclocking event at... Read more...
Following last week's leak of a supposed Intel roadmap that highlighted the Santa Clara chipmaker's mobile CPU release schedule, another roadmap is now making the rounds, and this time it seemingly reveals Intel's desktop strategy. Of particular interest is Intel's upcoming Comet Lake-S family, which includes CPUs... Read more...
Intel has been having a bear of a time keeping Coffee Lake Refresh processors that have not yet been released under wraps. Leak after leak have provided curious folks such as ourselves with unofficial glimpses of the not-yet-released Coffee Lake Refresh CPUs, several of which have now been posted on a UK retailer's... Read more...
Well, this is exciting. What look to be official marketing materials from MSI in China have leaked to the web, and they contain information about an upcoming laptop that will wield an Intel Core i7-9750H processor paired with a mobile NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 GPU. The marketing materials also provide some performance... Read more...
AMD finds itself in a relatively good place right now. The company's Zen CPU architecture is a success, and it will not be long before its third-generation Ryzen processors make a debut, with single-core performance that is rumored to close the gap with Intel. If the next-gen CPUs live up to the hype, and if Navi ends... Read more...
Intel is live from the Game Developers Conference (GDC 2019) and the company has a few new tricks up its sleeves for gamers. The company is prepping new high-end 9thgeneration mobile Core processors and is giving everyone an early look at its brand-new Graphics Command Center, which is a ground-up redesign of its... Read more...
It looks as though Intel is readying a new round of processors with up to 10 cores and 20 threads, based on a breakdown of a recent graphics drivers patches for Linux. The driver code references unreleased Comet Lake desktop CPUs, including dual-core, quad-core, hexa-core, octa-core, and deca-core models. This is... Read more...
Have you heard that AMD is launching its next-generation Navi GPU architecture sometime this year? Of course you have, assuming you follow technology trends even just a little bit, because it has been the subject of numerous leaks and rumors. That will continue to be the case until AMD finally lifts the lid on Navi... Read more...
Maxon has a thing for punishing CPUs with its brutal Cinebench software, which is designed to gauge a system's performance as it relates to professional 3D modeling, animation, and rendering solutions. There is now a new version available, Cinebench R20, which has been designed to more accurately evaluate modern... Read more...
Its been a7-month-long search, but Intel finally has named its permanent CEO, and the company didnt have to look very far. Intel has announced that interim CEO Robert (Bob) Swan will now serve permanently in that position. Swan previously served as Intels Chief Financial Officer, a role he took on in October 2016. Swan is a finance guy Read more...
AMD is on a roll, and we get the sense the company is just getting started. Having reasserted itself into the enthusiast discussion with its latest CPU and GPU architectures, the focus has quickly shifted to its 7-nanometer production designs. That is what AMD's upcoming Navi GPU architecture will be based on, and... Read more...
This year's Consumer Electronics Show wrapped up just a few days ago, and while some years it is relatively tame in the tech space, the convention did not disappoint this time around. There were new product announcements, technology previews, and even a bit of back and forth between NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang and AMD CEO... Read more...
Back in early October, Intel officially announced itsXeon W-3175X processor, which is SKU intended for high-end workstations. If you need a refresher, this is the 28-core beastly processor that Intel first displayed at Computex running at animpressive 5GHz. However, Intel was only able to achieve that massive clock with someheavy-duty Read more...
AMD is going all-in on 7-nanometer manufacturing for both its CPUs and GPUs, and it doesn't look like the company will have to worry about low inventories. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has reportedly seen a reduction in 7nm orders from Apple, HiSilicon, and Qualcomm, and subsequently will not be... Read more...
Earlier this week, we reported on rumors pertaining to AMD's upcoming Zen 2-basedRyzen 3000 Seriesof mainstream processors. The leaked detailed a slew of new SKUs from the Ryzen 3, Ryzen 5, Ryzen 7 and all-new Ryzen 9 families. However, a new contest hailing from South Korea, which is sponsored by a CPU sales... Read more...
AMD is investing heavily into 7-nanometer manufacturing technology, both for its CPUs and GPUs, only one of which currently competes at the high end of the market. That would be AMD's processor family, and specifically its Ryzen, Threadripper, and Epyc chips. What about graphics? AMD has mostly focused on the... Read more...
We always look forward to the latest sales figures that come in from German eTailer Mindfactory, which releases individual processor sales numbers which are then compiled by the enthusiast community (in this case, redditor ingebor). Building on its momentum from previous months, AMD has been kicking butt to put it... Read more...
No one ever thought it would be easy for AMD to quickly claw away market share from Intel in the server market. While AMD's prospects in the consumer space with its Ryzen processors have been more promising, Intels rule of the x86 server market with an iron fist has been nearly impenetrable. However, a new... Read more...
Intel has sent out press invites for its "Intel Architectural Day", which will take place on Tuesday, December 11th. The chip company will hold two primary sessions during the day: one which will pertain to Intel Architecture Strategy and a second that will delve into "Advanced Client and Data Centric Architectures... Read more...
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