Last week at Computex, MSI unveiled its latest high-end motherboards for Haswell enthusiast builders – the Z87 MPower / XPower, featuring OC Certified assurances and Military Class 4 components.
Apple is expected to refresh its iMac range this month or next month, with its latest computers powered by Intel’s Haswell processors, according to KGI Securities.
Small form factor systems are dominating the headlines at this year’s Computex. To compete against the competition’s Maximus VI Gene and G1.Sniper M5, ASRock created its own contender for the mATX crown – the Z87M OC Formula.
Judges from the official Computex committee conferred MSI’s newly launched Z87-GD65 Gaming their “Best Choice Award”.
While AMD Trinity was the first to technically allow it, Haswell seems to be the first CPU with integrated GPU to support proper 30 fps 4K for most of the video content. Here are the first impressions…
With near zero competition right now on the desktop front, why rush? Our sources say that, instead of Broadwell, the 2014 will see just a Haswell refresh first, likely a new CPU stepping combined with a new chipset.
Continuing with their yearly refresh, Intel announced their fresh new lineup of processors for mobile as well as desktops based on the company’s latest Haswell core microarchitecture. Intel follows a very efficient strategy called Tick-Tock. Every Tick is a die shrink, while every Tock is an architectural change or something like that. This strategy has
Is the new Haswell architecture any better than Ivy Bridge in gaming? We answer this question by putting them head to head in the latest AAA titles like Crysis 3, Bioshock Infinite and Metro: Last Light.
As you would have read everywhere else today, Haswell is an quite an improvement over Ivy Bridge in many ways, especially idle/typical power consumption, integrated graphics and performance in applications that can take advantage of the new instruction sets. So what happens when you turn all power management features off and then compare them overclocked