Intel’s 11th-gen Rocket Lake chip was green-lit well before AMD’s Zen 2 and Zen 3 architectures rocked our worlds, company officials acknowledged.
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Intel taps Justin Long, the former Apple spokesperson, to bludgeon Macs over touch screens, gaming, and more.
A picture of Intel’s upcoming 11th-gen Rocket Lake chip, delidded (metal cover plate removed), shows just how utterly huge the backported chip is.
GPU sales grew 20 per cent at the end of 2020, spurred by pandemic-induced gaming, a new mining craze, and huge demand for laptops.
Intel’s 11th-gen Rocket Lake-S chip, which touts faster gaming performance than AMD’s Ryzen 5000 chips, will hit the shelves on March 30.
Intel has test results that show the 11th-gen Rocket Lake outpacing Ryzen 9 5950X in PCMark 10.
Intel just clapped back with a carefully crafted takedown of Apple's Arm-based M1 chip. Let's review the claims, one by one.
Would Nvidia make graphics cards just for crypto-currency miners? As GPU supplies remain lean, Nvidia's CFO considers priorities.
Intel’s Gregory Bryant said the chip giant welcomes new competition from AMD and Arm because that means the PC business is thriving.
Driven by PC gaming, pandemic upgrading and likely crypto-currency miners, GPU units hit a healthy 13.4 per cent increase in sales during Q3.
Could Apple's new M1-based MacBook Air be faster than 98 percent of PC laptops? Hell no.
Micron's TLC NAND will offer 33 percent faster read transfer speeds. Also expect SSD drive capacities to increase, while pricing drops.
Intel’s new 11th-gen Tiger Lake CPUs will be the “best processor for Chromebooks,” the company said in a blog posted on Monday.
PC graphics sales are way up, as the pandemic has spurred consumers to buy many more computers than in the previous quarter.
GPU add-in boards saw an unexpected sales bump in the last quarter—sales increased 6.6 per cent over the first quarter.
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