Thursday, May 16, 2013
- 10:59 pm | AMD Needs More Than Game Console Design Wins to Offset PC Market Declines – Analysts. AMD Has to Develop Competitive Product Lineup to Survive in Current Environment
Monday, May 13, 2013
- 6:23 pm | AMD Introduces Open 3.0 Platform for Servers. AMD Rolls-Out Open Source Hardware Platform
Friday, May 10, 2013
- 11:36 pm | Web-Site Publishes Fully-Fledged Intel Core i7-4770K “Haswell” Review [UPDATED]. Haswell’s x86 Performance In Line with Ivy Bridge
Thursday, May 9, 2013
- 7:36 pm | New Benchmark Results of Intel Core i “Haswell” Hit the Web. Web-Site Publishes New Benchmarks, Photos of Core i7 4000 “Haswell” Chips
Monday, May 6, 2013
- 10:22 pm | First Images of AMD Fusion A-Series “Richland” APUs Hit the Web. AMD to Assemble Chips in China, Not Only Malaysia
- 4:08 pm | Intel Introduces Silvermont Low-Power Micro-Architecture for Next-Gen Atom Processors. Intel Silvermont to Deliver Three Times Higher Performance Than Today’s Atom Chips
$3000 for two quad-core processors from Penryn family, $650 for a special mainboard and $200 for memory: this is a new exclusive dual-processor platform for enthusiasts from Intel. However, do investments like that really make sense for the sake of unattainable performance?
We continue talking about new desktop processors from Penryn family manufactured with 45nm process. Today we are going to talk about the youngest quad-core Yorkfield CPU, which should replace the today’s market hit – Core 2 Quad Q6600.
We tested 17 contemporary dual-core processors from AMD and Intel to answer the most important question the users ask these days: what solution is the best choice from the consumer standpoint basing on their price, performance and power consumption.
Although quad-core Phenom processors cannot boast super high performance, AMD still has a bunch of fans sticking by. Our today’s article is written specifically for these guys. We are going to discuss one of today’s overclocker platforms and Phenom fine tuning techniques.
On January 20, 2008 Intel starts selling their first dual-core processor in the budget Celeron family. Will this cause a revolution in the low-end processor market? To answer this question we carried out an extensive test session of the newcomer in our today’s review.
These days Intel refreshes their dual-core Core 2 Duo processor lineup. The new CPUs manufactured with 45nm process boast a lot of advantages compared to their predecessors. We would like to offer you our extensive write-up about them...
We are ready to share with you our extensive benchmarking results of the real quad-core AMD processors from the new Phenom family that were officially announced on November 19, 2007. Our article includes detailed performance analysis for Phenom 9500, 9600, 9700, 9900 and an overclocked CPU running at 3.0GHz frequency.
In the nearest future Intel is going to launch the long-awaited processors from the new Penryn family manufactured with 45nm production process. Today we are going to share with you benchmark results obtained from the first representative of the new desktop processor family – quad-core Core 2 Extreme QX9650 CPU.
Our last article will uncover some of the performance data for the new Yorkfield processor and dual-processor Skulltrail system demonstrated at the show.
While AMD keeps postponing the launch of their quad-core processors to the end of this year – beginning of next, Intel Company is offering very affordable quad-core CPUs from Core 2 Quad family. However, can Core 2 Quad processors be regarded as a worthy alternative to popular dual-core solutions?
First AMD Barcelona processors should be announced in a month already. They will be the first solutions to be built on AMD’s new K10 micro-architecture that the company pins a lot of hopes upon. Let’s take a closer look at the micro-architectural innovations that will be introduced in these new solutions.
We often get a lot of questions about CPU overclocking techniques and tools. So, how do we overclock processors? Hopefully our new article will answer most of your questions.
To hit new performance heights the quad-core Intel processor for computer enthusiasts uses 1333MHz bus and operates at 3.0GHz speed. However, what is really interesting about it, is the new G0 processor stepping lowering the heat dissipation and improving the chip’s overclocking potential.
There is very little time left before new dual-core processors designed to support 1333MHz bus – Core 2 Duo E6850, Core 2 Duo E6750 and Core 2 Duo E6550 - come to the market. This is not an official launch from Intel, but rather a sneak peek preview of the parts that will launch later this summer.
Intel Company started shipping new dual-core processors on Core micro-architecture. One of their major advantages is very low price of only $90. But are these intriguing newcomers as attractive as their counterparts from Core 2 Duo family? We are going to answer this question with our extensive performance and overclocking tests!
Two quad-core Intel Xeon X5365 processors running at 3.0GHz, Intel Workstation Board S5000XVN mainboard on i5000X chipset – can a system like that win enthusiasts’ hearts? Intel believes it surely can, positioning this platform as a direct competitor of the upcoming AMD Quad FX reincarnation – FASN8. Read our extensive preview to find out the details!
In June Intel is going to introduce refreshed Celeron processor family based on the new Conroe-L core. As a result, single-core Celeron processors will acquire Core micro-architecture. In our today’s preview will take a closer look at the first benchmarks results of the promising budget solutions.
In April we will witness a tremendous price drop on dual-core Intel and AMD processors. We decided to take a look at the future and check out our comparative testing of the most popular dual-core CPU models that become even more attractive after the upcoming price-list corrections.
In about a month Intel is going to launch three new low-cost processors in the Core 2 Duo family and reduce the prices of the already existing dual-core CPUs. These upcoming events appeared the primary topic of our today’s discussion that will not only focus on the detailed performance testing of the newcomers but will also offer extensive comparison of 18 low-cost dual-core processors.
AMD has just launched a new dual-core processor working at 3GHz speed. Now the top AMD processors run at a higher frequency than the top Intel Core 2 processors. But will this be enough for them to regain their performance leadership? Find out now!