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Computing, Hardware

Intel Alder Lake CPU prices could fall by up to 20%

February 1, 2023

Via: TechSpot

Citing industry sources, the report from Taiwanese publication DigiTimes (via Tom’s Hardware) claims that Intel is in talks with specific PC vendors to cut Alder Lake prices by up to 20%, a move that comes after Intel increased the CPU […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel’s new driver update for Arc Alchemist keeps its GPU dreams alive

January 30, 2023

Via: Techradar

Intel has steered a bumpy road with its Arc Alchemist graphics cards, but a forthcoming driver update might offer a sizeable enough performance gain to keep the company’s hopes of cracking into the discrete graphics market alive a little while […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel Foundry Services to Produce 3nm Chips for Major Datacenter Customer

January 27, 2023

Via: Tom's Hardware

One of the least-noticed highlights of Intel’s earnings call this week was the announcement that its Intel Foundry Services contract chipmaking division landed an order from a major “cloud, edge, and datacenter solutions provider” for producing chips on Intel 3 […]


Computing, Software & Applications

Intel Quietly Resumes Russia Support, Unblocks Software Downloads

January 13, 2023

Via: Tom's Hardware

Multiple reports in Russian media assert that Intel, which ceased doing business inside Russia and Belarus due to US sanctions levied due to the Ukraine war, has resumed allowing driver and software downloads inside the country. In the immediate aftermath […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel Lunar Lake CPUs could revolutionize ultrathin laptops

January 13, 2023

Via: Techradar

Intel’s Lunar Lake processors, which are still some way down the line, will be targeted at super-slim laptops, hopefully ensuring that these lean machines have some serious pep despite their svelte nature. This comes from Ian Cutress on Twitter (via […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel Core i9-13900KS is out – and 6GHz CPU isn’t quite as pricey as we expected

January 12, 2023

Via: Techradar

Intel has announced that the Core i9-13900KS CPU is now available to buy, billing it as the world’s fastest desktop processor. The supercharged version of the 13900K Raptor Lake flagship was missing at CES 2023, oddly, but was subsequently spotted […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel announces 13th gen laptop CPUs – HX series brings up to 24 cores and 5.6 GHz max frequency

January 3, 2023

Via: GSMArena.com

After introducing its Raptor Lake desktop CPUs in 2022, Intel now unveiled its laptop equivalents with the new 13th gen HX-series at CES 2023. The new HX Series CPUs target gamers and creators and offer up to 24 total cores […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel B760 May Be Cheap, But Z690 Could Still Offer Better Value

December 27, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

Intel will launch the company’s 13th Generation Raptor Lake non-K processors and the B760 chipset in early 2023. The chips will fight for a spot on the list of best CPUs and offer consumers a more accessible entry point into […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel’s NUC 13 Extreme is here and we want it

November 9, 2022

Via: Techradar

Intel has launched the NUC 13 Extreme – codenamed the ‘Raptor Canyon’ – which is their most powerful mini PC to date. The new Raptor Canyon PC will offer 13th-gen Core CPUs and space for up to 12-inch triple-slot graphics […]


Computing, Hardware, Uncategorized

Intel Raptor Lake flagship CPU sets world record with astonishing 8.8GHz overclock

October 21, 2022

Via: Techradar

Intel’s Raptor Lake processors have been unleashed and have impressed all-round, with the flagship getting a glowing review from us – and now that Core i9-13900K has grabbed the world record for the fastest ever desktop CPU overclock. Yes, the […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel Raptor Lake flagship CPU leak shows an astonishing 8GHz overclock

September 8, 2022

Via: Techradar

Intel’s Raptor Lake flagship CPU has already hit 8GHz in pre-release overclocking, lending more weight to the notion that these 13th-gen processors are going to be seriously tempting for enthusiasts who like to get the most out of their silicon. […]


Computing, Data Management

Microsoft takes the wraps off its Arm-based Azure VMs

August 30, 2022

Via: Techradar

Microsoft is set to launch Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) featuring the Ampere Altra Arm-based processor. Ampere is an American fabless semiconductor company based in Santa Clara, California, which launched in 2018 in a bid to take a bite out of […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel Raptor Lake CPUs spotted with price tags that could leave an easy win for AMD

August 25, 2022

Via: Techradar

Intel’s Raptor Lake processors have already been spotted online at a retailer over in Canada, and if the prices provided are anything to go by, we can expect a bit of a step up compared to current Alder Lake CPUs. […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel Launches Data Center GPU Flex Series for AI, Gaming, and Video

August 24, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

Intel officially revealed its Data Center GPU Flex series on Wednesday — though it started shipping some of its Arctic Sound-M discrete processing units for datacenters about a month ago. The new graphics boards are based on the company’s Arc […]


Computing, Hardware

AMD could time Ryzen 7000 CPU launch to disrupt Intel Raptor Lake reveal

August 15, 2022

Via: Techradar

AMD was rumored to be planning to have its Ryzen 7000 processors launch – as in hit the shelves, and be available to buy – on September 15, but a fresh leak suggests that Team Red has pushed back that […]


Computing, Hardware

GPU Shipments May Drop by 50%, Nvidia Braces for Long Winter

August 10, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

Intel, AMD, and Nvidia have all revised their shipment and revenue projections for this year — with revenue estimations plummeting for Intel and Nvidia, according to DigiTimes. Graphics card shipments are also expected to drop by up to 50% thanks […]


Computing, Hardware, Software & Applications

Intel Confirms Poor Arc GPU DX11 Performance Is a Work in Progress

August 5, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

According to a recent Intel Q&A, the company confirmed that driver optimizations for Arc GPUs — relating to poor performance in DirectX 11 and 9 games — is going to be a constant work in progress with no end goal […]


Computing, Hardware

Raptor Lake Die Size Confirmed to Be Larger Than Alder Lake

August 4, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

A content creator on the Bilibili video platform has obtained an engineering sample of Intel’s Core i9-13900 Raptor Lake processor and delidded the chip on video for everyone to see. As a result, we now know the official dimensions of […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel moves 6th through 10th generation CPUs to legacy graphics driver support

July 29, 2022

Via: TechSpot

This week, Intel announced that active software support is now only for 11th generation CPUs and newer. It is moving its 6th through 10th generation CPUs to legacy software support. So, aside from critical fixes and security patches, older processors […]


Computing, Hardware

Intel Starts Shipping ACM-G10-Powered Arctic Sound-M GPUs

July 27, 2022

Via: Tom's Hardware

Intel has started shipments of its Arctic Sound-M graphics and video transcoding card for data centers, the company said this week. The board leverages Intel’s ‘Big Arc Alchemist’ ACM-G10 GPU, the chip that will power Intel’s upcoming performance-mainstream and high-end […]