After the absence of some further details on Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake mainstream CPU architecture (which is understandable, really, considering how the X299 platform and accompanying processors are all the rage these days), some new details have emerged. Intel’s Coffee Lake architecture will still be manufactured on the company’s 14 nm process, but is supposedly […]

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AMD seems to have rediscovered its mojo with the release of crowd-pleasing Ryzen processors, but in doing so may have awoken a sleeping giant filled with renewed resolve. That giant is Intel, and after years of unchallenged supremacy it is responding to the new threat by going into all-out attack. The onslaught arrives in the […]

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Reinforcing its commitment to advance cutting-edge research and development (R&D) and innovation in India, Intel Corporation today announced it will invest US$178 million to expand its R&D presence and build a new state-of-the-art design house in Bengaluru. The proposed facility will be located at Intel’s 44-acre campus on Sarjapur Ring Road (SRR) in Bengaluru, Karnataka. […]

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Intel is allegedly preparing six HEDT processors, two based on Kabylake-X architecture and four based on Skylake-X. The most powerful CPU called i9-7920X will launch in August, while the rest will be available in June. The processors will have TDP up to 112W (Kaby Lake-X) and 160W (Skylake-X). The i9-7900 series will support up to […]

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After being the first to reach 22nm then subsequently 14nm FinFET, Intel’s chip development pace has slowed considerably for the move to 10nm with many losing confidence in Intel’s ability to maintain a chip manufacturing advantage over competitors such as TSMC, Samsung, and GlobalFoundries. During Intel’s CES 2017 press conference, Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich however, […]

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Intel’s upcoming “Coffee Lake” micro-architecture, or the 9th generation Core processor family by Intel, is scheduled for launch in the second half of 2018. It succeeds the 8th generation “Cannon Lake” family of notebook processors (which likely doesn’t see a desktop launch), and the 7th Gen Core “Kaby Lake” socket LGA1151 processors slated for January […]

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