At its much awaited Financial Analyst Day 2012, AMD has revealed a roadmap for 2012 and 2013 for Client and Graphics Roadmap covering APUs and GPUs over A, C, E & Z series and Radeon product lines.
We've seen some pretty darn impressive overclocks out of AMD's trusty A-series processors, but this fresh result certainly tops the list, An overclocker from the HWBOT community by the name of "Christian Ney" looks to have crossed the 6GHz barrier using an A8-3870K APU, and that's with all of its cores enabled.
A set of benchmarks comparing Intel's upcoming Core i7 3770K – top of the Ivy Bridge heap – to Core i7 2600K have leaked online.
Back in 2011, Swiss-Hong Kong brand Arctic announced its entrance into the world of all-in-one HTPC's with their MC001. The company was satisfied with the market success of the first generation part and decided that the time has come to unveil its successor.
Intel has just released a bunch of new processors to market; no less than seven of them with three being desktop Core i5 models and four new Celeron mobile parts.
A NenaMark 2 benchmark result has surfaced on one of Qualcomm's upcoming 28nm based Snapdragon SoCs well ahead of launch. Expected to arrive later this year, the 1.5GHz Qualcomm "MSM8960" SoC (codenamed Krait) was in an unidentified device with Qualcomm's Andreno 225 graphics, running a display resolution of 1024 x 600 which is typical of
With more programmable multi format hardware assisted encode & decode pipeline, future Intel desktop and mobile CPUs are expected to provide pretty decent HD and even 4K (QuadHD) video content creation and playback experience, no matter what standard used.
AMD has announced financial results for Q4 2011 and full year 2011. Revenue for Q4 2011 stayed flat over Q3 2011 at $1.69 billion, while revenues were slightly up in 2011 to $6.57 billion over 2010.
Intel graphics integrated in their CPUs isn't a big deal for serious 3-D gamers. What about CAD professionals?
In what should be no surprise, Intel has reported record revenues for full year of 2011 – $54 billion. This is a massive $10.6 billion or 24% up over 2010.
Last week during the CES period, Microsoft finally released a set of Windows 7/2008 R2 operating system patches (KB2646060 and KB2645594) to change core parking and scheduler behaviour to more effectively utilize the "Bulldozer" modules (first dreamt of in 2006) found in newer AMD FX desktop and Opteron server chips. Using a 2P Opteron 'Interlagos' 6274 which
Intel is teaming up with retailers like HSN, Kraft Foods and Macy's to offer an enhanced shopping experience through digital signage.
In the last part of our Chinese CPU story, we covered ICube and their processors with a brand new instruction set, something not seen in like two decades. Here's a bit more about the new architecture after the visit to their Shenzhen HQ.
We've already reported about the upcoming graphics-less Sandy Bridge models, the Core i5-2380P, Core i5-2450P and the Core i5-2550K and now we have the launch date. We also have the target demographics of these new CPUs, even though we still have a bit of a hard time following it.
ComputerBase has leaked a couple of slides from AMD's CES 2012 press deck, covering performance gains expected over Llano, as well as battery life. The focal point is certainly the 17W variant designed for "ultrathins" – AMD's answer to ultrabooks.
Broadcom's CTO, Henry Samueli, said at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas that the company is developing high-end smartphone processor chips for release by the end of this year.
Just like one of those elusive dinosaurs which live under your sofa and cast shadows at night, we spotted a Phenom II X8 running in the wild, which first appeared in QVL lists released by some motherboard manufacturers last month. No details about its performance or availability yet…
Few weeks back, Microsoft caused a lot of fuss by releasing an incomplete Windows 7 / Server 2008 R2 patch for AMD Bulldozer architecture, which should increase the performance. Download those today.
We've already reported on Intel and Motorola's partnership on smartphones and tablets, but what wasn't included there was anything about the actual hardware. Intel has finally announced its Medfield Atom processor, now known as the Z2460 and this is what will be making its way into the first Intel powered smartphones.
Intel and Motorola Mobility are teaming up to provide Android-powered smartphones and tablets using Intel Atom processors, with the first devices expected for release later this year.