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Who's ready for another round of 14-nanometer desktop CPUs from Intel? What if those CPUs have a refreshed Cypress Cove architecture with better IPC? Ah, now I see a few more hands. Get ready, because it seems that the 11th generation of Core processors is on track to launch in January at CES 2021. Fortunately... Read more...
You're getting a Zen 3 processor, and you're getting a Zen 3 processor, and YOU'RE getting a Zen 3 processor...sorry, I don't know what came over me there. The truth of the matter of is, Zen 3 is hard to come by right now. It's also an awesome architecture, and is headed to mobile, likely very soon. The continued... Read more...
At this point, Intel has to be putting its final touches on its 11th Gen Core processors for the desktop, otherwise known as Rocket Lake-S. This will be the last major hurrah for Intel's 14-nanometer node (presumably), and according to Intel, it will deliver a double-digit IPC gain over Comet Lake-S. As we wait... Read more...
Zen 3-based Ryzen processors showed some really outstanding performance on the desktop when we looked at the Ryzen 9 5900X and 5950X. In the high-performance computing server space, though, 12 to 16 cores is the bare minimum, and systems only scale up from there. AMD has yet to announce its Zen 3 EPYC CPU platform... Read more...
It would appear Intel is right on track to launch Rocket Lake-S as scheduled next year. How so? We are seeing an uptick in leaks purporting to come from 11th Gen Core hardware. The newest one is a pair of benchmark entries at the Ashes of the Singularity database, showcasing an unannounced Core i9-11900K... Read more...
Intel has not been shy about in letting the world know it plans to update its desktop CPU lineup with its 11th Gen Core processors, codenamed Rocket Lake-S, sometime next year. It is some of the specifics that are currently kept in a Top Secret folder within Intel's labs, like specific CPU models and other details. If... Read more...
Eventually AMD will get around to porting its Zen 3 architecture over to its mobile CPUs. Exactly when remains to be seen, but perhaps sooner than later, if the handful of leaks we have covered are any indication. Zen 3 is still brand new, but what are purported to be AMD's unannounced Ryzen 5000 series of mobile CPUs... Read more...
Do you see that off in the distance? That's right, it's a series of leaked benchmark results that stretches as far as the eye can see, almost indefinitely. If there is a new CPU or GPU on the horizon, you can bet there will be purported benchmark results before it actually launches. And so it goes with both an AMD... Read more...
Another batch of leaked benchmarks purporting to show a next-generation EPYC "Milan" server CPU based on Zen 3 has materialized, and if the data is to be believed, it offers a decent jump in IPC (instructions per clock) performance over the current generation "Rome" stack, based on Zen 2. Not that this should... Read more...
AMD just unleashed theRyzen 5000 Seriesonto the enthusiast community, and the processors have so far lived up to the hype delivering a massive overall lift in IPC. They have proven to be a dominant force that are more than a match for the latest consumer offerings from Intel, and will rule the roost until Intel... Read more...
AMD is sitting on top of the world right now. The company is making a spirited run at NVIDIA with its Radeon RX 6000 series, and its newly launched Ryzen 5000 series powered by Zen 3 is giving Intel a wedgie. One of the questions AMD's good fortunes raises is, will Intel retake the performance crown? If so, when?... Read more...
Today is a day that calls for patience. Obviously that relates to the US presidential election results, which are still being tallied. But we also have another day to go before AMD's Ryzen 5000 series lands on retail shelves, with reviews and benchmarks in tow. Unless your name is Lawrence Timme, in which case you... Read more...
To say that AMD has beendoing well in the x86 processor marketsince introducing its original Zen architecture in 2017 is quite the understatement. From the start, AMD has shown excellent performance across the board compared to Intel along with a particularly strong focus on multi-threaded applications. And new... Read more...
Today is not just any ordinary Tuesday. Nope, no siree, it sure is not. It is very different from almost every other Tuesday in the past several years, and do you know why? Simplewe have not one, but two upcoming Intel CPU cameos that have appeared on the web! I know, I know, today is special for another reasonit's... Read more...
All of these early (read: leaked) Zen 3 benchmarks invite hyperbolic statements, because simply put, the numbers indicate AMD has hit a home run with its Ryzen 5000 series. We will know for sure soon enough, when the new chips land at retail in a few days. In the run up to the retail launch, however, another early... Read more...
November 5 will here in a jiffy, and so will a bevy of post-embargo benchmark scores and reviews. While we sit back and wait, the folks at SiSoftware have put together a Ryzen 9 5950X 'review' of sorts, based on scores uploaded to its SANDRA benchmarking database, and like everything else we have seen up to this... Read more...
Intel is making some bold claims about its upcoming Rocket Lake-S launch, which will lift off next year. Though it will be another iteration of Intel's 14-nanometer manufacturing node, the chip maker has put it out into the stratosphere that Rocket Lake-S will deliver a double-digit jump in IPC (instructions... Read more...
While AMD is basking in the limelight with its upcomingZen 3-based Ryzen 5000 family, Intel doesn't want to be left out of the discussion with its upcoming 11thgeneration Core processors. Intel previously stated that itsRocket Lake-S processorswill debut during Q1 2021, and now the company is giving us some... Read more...
Zen 3 is a force to be reckoned with, assuming the various benchmark leaks are even remotely accurate. Not that we are surprisedZen 2 is one heck of a CPU architecture, so it stands to reason that Zen 3 will be as well. How much better is the question, and some newly leaked scores for a Ryzen 9 5950X may help answer... Read more...
Are we enjoying the Chip Wars of 2020 yet? Things are just getting started, folks. AMD is talking a big game about Zen 3 and its Ryzen 5000 series, which will debut to retail next week. More than just lip service, multiple leaks suggest AMD has a real winner on its hands. This is evidenced yet again in a validated... Read more...
In absolutely no uncertain terms, AMD claims its Ryzen 5000 desktop processors are the fastest gaming CPUs in the world," a distinction that Intel has held onto for a long time. The company is also claiming a hefty 19 percent IPC (instructions per clock) uplift over its Zen 2 stack. If you are worried it is... Read more...
If you are not already dreaming and drooling about the prospect of building a high-end PC around AMD's flagship Ryzen 9 5950X processor, some newly leaked benchmarks might just do it. Over on Geekbench (where else?), there exists a handful of benchmark runs showing the mighty processor nudging a little past... Read more...
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