Intel’s CEO promises Broadwell in PCs for the end of the year, and not the fall.
Computexes of past introduced us to ultrabooks and low-cost tablets. This year’s Computex, however, will prove that the desktop is alive and well.
Overclocker geared Haswell-K processor has better thermal dissipation.
Upcoming Skylake microarchitecture will have better support for Android.
Roadmap leaked to VR-Zone suggests a Q4 2014 launch for the LGA 1150 platform.
Intel confirms volume production of the chip is delayed due to a “defect issue” that has been resolved.
Silvermont (Atom) and Haswell (Core) are great mobile-oriented microarchitectures, but will the OEMs make enough compelling designs in time for the holiday buying season?
Documents obtained by VR-Zone show Intel’s upcoming 9-series chips will be Broadwell oriented and have a number of slight changes from Haswell that will cause headaches for motherboard vendors.
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.