Abandoned by virtually every old Tegra 3 partner, including big names of the mobile industry such as Google, Asus, HTC or Sony, Nvidia has only a couple of cards left to play with the new, zippy but pricey and power-demanding Tegra 4 chips.
If our sources are accurate, the enigmatic FX-9590 (four Piledriver modules at 4.7GHz with a 5GHz turbo) will be the final legacy of the performance FX “big cores” from AMD. What tests or benchmarks would you like us to run in our upcoming review?
The six-core HEDT Sandy Bridge-E Core i7 was in fact a large eight-core Sandy Bridge-EP Xeon E5 with two cores and outside QPI turned off. What about its upcoming Ivy Bridge-E follow on?
Tegra has been hard pressed for design wins in tablets, but Nvidia promises the SoC has a future with the Surface 2 and Nvidia Tab.
AMD’s top channel salesman sat down with VR-Zone to talk about his upcoming program to pitch the current breed of Richland APUs as an almost as good alternative to Intel’s Haswell processors.
Pricing to start at $310 and a release date of September 10 expected.
Intel is planning on launching its Core i7-4771 in the fall to take its premium line to 2014 when it plans to launch a refresh of Haswell. VR-Zone got its hands on a copy of the chip early to run some benchmarks.
Intel’s U, Y and H series of chips to get the Broadwell architecture while the M series will stay with Haswell.
Today at its data center event in San Francisco, Intel’s Diane Bryant, who runs the company’s enterprise CPU business, announced a couple of new upcoming products aimed at keeping Intel’s dominance in the high margin server market.
Tomshardware managed to score a next-generation Intel Core i7-4960X Ivy Bridge-E processor, and obviously put it through their usual battery of tests. Sadly, the results aren’t that impressive.
Intel’s latest earnings report shows the company is struggling to diversify itself as the demand for PC processors shrinks. Its new CEO, Brian Kraznich, says his company will now focus on building mobile chips as it plays catch-up in the mobile sector.
The world’s biggest phone, and Sony Mobile’s newest wonder device, the Xperia Z Ultra, will be launched in the UK on September 13 for a cool £599.
LG Optimus G2 packs explosive specifications, beautiful design and all the ingredients to be a success
The LG Optimus G2 has been leaked once again, and has been confirmed to be coming to Korean carrier LG U+. Also, the report reveals previously unknown specifications of this beautiful handset, and things are looking very good for LG.
A Sony PlayStation 4 dev kit just passed through FCC with a previously unheard of high 2.75 GHz max core clock speed listed in the product description. What clock speed will the CPU finally be set to run at?
Samsung continues its selling streak, despite introducing nearly a dozen models of a single phone, with their most recent Galaxy S4 iteration, the Galaxy S4 LTE Advanced model powered by the Snapdragon 800 SoC and being sold exclusively in Korea.
Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5S has finally entered into mass production, reports Chinese publication Expreview. The report also lists down a few of the confirmed Apple iPhone 5S internal specifications, and they aren’t as impressive as you’d hope for them to be.
The day has come when Nvidia’s Tegra 4 chipset finally sees itself in a phone which is actually being launched into the market, and will be available to consumers for purchase. The ZTE Geek U988S is the world’s first Tegra 4 Smartphone, and is coming soon to China Mobile.
Will Sony owned cloud streaming game service Gaikai bring PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 1 games to the next-generation PlayStation 4?
Looks like Microsoft is doing all it can between now and the final release of the Xbox One next-generation game console to close the gap between the Xbox One and the undeniably more powerful Sony PlayStation 4.
Fresh off the purchase of MIPS, Imagination thinks they can steal a quarter of the reference design market away from ARM. How? By playing to its strength of support for heterogeneous computing.