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The Core i7-8086K may be named after the first x86 chip, but this is one of Intel's most advanced gaming processors.
At Computex 2018, AMD announced Threadripper 2 with a massive 32-core flagship processor. SVP of computing Jim Anderson sat down with us after the reveal to dive deeper into this monster.
AMD's senior VP of computing sits down to talk about Threadripper 2's 32-core monster of a chip.
AMD didn't have too much to say at Computex, but its announcement of a 32-core Threadripper 2 PC processor was enough. It also opened up its graphics roadmap with 7nm Vega GPUs.
Intel's Computex news includes a 28-core PC processor, a 5GHz Anniversary Edition chip, its upcoming Whiskey Lake architecture, and we're just getting started.
Qualcomm launches its second chip for Always Connected PCs: the Snapdragon 850, which offers substantial improvements in performance and cellular speeds as it draws closer to 24 hours of battery life.
A CPU compatibility chart for an ASRock motherboard reveals four 2nd-gen Ryzen processors that AMD hasn't announced yet.
Google and Microsoft discovered a new CPU flaw related to Meltdown and Spectre. Take action, but don't panic too much about Speculative Store Bypass.
Newegg's selling the Ryzen 5 2600 with a Team Group 2D Nand 120GB SSD for $190 right now.
Intel told us that it's shipping 10nm parts in low volumes. Now we know what it is: the Core i3-8130U.
Intel has released a target for how smart it wants its Loihi brain chip systems to be by 2019, measured by the number of synapses it will simulate compared to an animal with a like number of real synapses.
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Intel has quietly discontinued the Core i5-7640X and Core i7-7740X 'Kaby Lake-X' enthusiast CPUs that made no sense and were immediately rendered obsolete.
Intel confirms a change in plans: High-volume production of 10-nm Core chips will take place in 2019, rather than in 2018. Still, Intel reports record revenues for the first quarter.
Jim Keller, the former architect of AMD's K8 and Zen architectures, has joined rival Intel as the head of silicon engineering, as the company beefs up its talent pool.
Sales in AMD's computing and graphics segment nearly doubled compared to a a year ago, evidence that AMD's Ryzen is a bona fide success. Next up: the lucrative mobile market.