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AMD

Mobile Zen CPUs may launch in Q2 2017

Image credit: AMD Following the official launch of the AM4 processors and APUs based on the Zen microarchitecture in Q1 2017, it looks like we'll see the mobile parts make their debut in Q2 2017. The Zen microarchitecture has been in the making for several years now, and is a big

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Intel

Intel Core i7 7700K benchmark leaked

A SiSoft benchmark leak serves up a first look at what's on offer from Intel's upcoming third-gen 14nm Kaby Lake architecture. Based on the benchmark results, the Core i7 7700K will be a quad-core CPU clocked at 3.60GHz, with a turbo clock of 4.20GHz. The car will also feature eight threads,

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Intel

Intel’s ‘Tick-Tock’ strategy winds down as focus shifts to ‘Process-Architecture-Optimization’

Intel's Tick-Tock strategy of introducing an updated manufacturing process in one product cycle, while launching a new microarchitecture in the next, is coming to an end. Intel faced significant roadblocks in sticking to a two-year release cadence for a new microarchitecture, with the vendor finally admitting late last year that the eventual shift

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News

AMD unveils 14nm Polaris GPU architecutre

After a series of leaks, AMD has unveiled its next-gen GPU architecture, dubbed Polaris. The 14nm FinFET manufacturing node is aimed at drastically reducing power consumption, with AMD touting a reduction of 61 percent from Nvidia's GTX 950 when running Star Wars: Battlefront in Full HD at 60fps. From CEO Lisa Su Our

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IntelNewsProcessors

Intel releases four new Braswell CPUs

Intel has silently added four new CPUs to its lineup, all based on the Braswell microprocessor architecture. The new Braswell architecture CPUs bring greater CPU and Graphics performance over the previous generation entry-level CPUs from Intel while offering lower consumption and lower TDP. The four new CPUs unveiled by Intel

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IntelNewsProcessors

Intel plans to launch 7nm chips by 2018

At the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC 2015), Intel has stated that the current chip design and manufacture techniques will be good enough to produce finer scale chips of up to 7nm by the year 2018. Intel’s senior fellow Mark Bohr explained to reporters during the conference call at ISSCC

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