Arm releases client CPU roadmap
Goes gunning for Intel.
IDF FALL 2008: After playing with many of the Nehalem machines dotted around IDF, it looks like the fastest Intel Core i7 processor at launch will be clocked at 3.2GHz.
IDF FALL 2008: Anand Chandrasekher said that Moorestown is on track for 2009/2010 and shows off silicon for the first time.
IDF FALL 2008: Eric Kim announces Intel's first Consumer Electronics focused system on a chip during his Digital Home keynote.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel announces small form factor Montevina/Penryn chips... looks like we'll be seeing an updated Macbook Air soon.
IDF FALL 2008: Dadi Perlmutter announces imminent availability of mobile quad-core processors based on the Penryn architecture.
IDF FALL 2008: We've got the skinnies on the various Nehalem derivatives that'll be released over the next six-or-so months.
IDF FALL 2008: Pat Gelsinger spent quite a bit of his keynote talking about Nehalem's new power management technology known as Turbo Mode.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel talks about its research efforts behind a new Connected Visual Computing initiative.
Intel has formally announced that its upcoming line of Nehalem processors will use the Core i7 brand name.
VIA has launches the new Nano processor, formerly codenamed Isaiah, as part of the new VIA EPIA-SN platform.
In a move that'll surely make AMD weep, Intel has cut the prices on four of its desktop processors.
Floating Body Cells (FBC) are the new candidates for cache SRAM memory, as well new Strain-Enhanced Transistors for 45nm products.
AMD has announced support for Havok Physics, essentially sticking two fingers up at Nvidia and its recently-acquired PhysX API.
COMPUTEX 08: We found 5 minutes and a free 790GX/SB750 to take apart for you. We also overheard AMD will be launching a new CPU when this chipset arrives too.
COMPUTEX 2008: The vice president of marketing at ARM unsurprisingly says the Internet doesn't need x86. Based on the past, we agree.
COMPUTEX 2008: Intel and Nvidia are still sitting in a tree in their war of facts and friction. Intel says video encoding is better on the CPU.
COMPUTEX 2008: AMD has announced its next-generation mobile platform here at Computex in Taipei.
COMPUTEX 2008: We're out in Taipei visiting companies ahead of next week's Computex 2008 tradeshow. We've snagged some pics of baby Nehalem and a very early MSI X58 board.
Intel bites back at Nvidia, saying that the GPU offers no benefit outside of gaming and you should all upgrade your CPU today.
AMD's Technical Director of Sales and Marketing has said that its next-gen CPU architecture will be "completely different" from Phenom.
Intel has announced another slew of price cuts on its processors in order to keep the pressure on AMD. Quad-core processors are starting to look even more attractive than ever before.
"End of July" for the Q9450, says Scan, as general availability is dire for these new chips.
Intel is already on the prowl for board partners for its upcoming Larrabee-based 'visual computing' products.
Intel's last integrated graphics chipset, G45, is shaping up to be pretty good according to sources inside Taiwanese motherboard manufacturers.
IDF SPRING 08: Director of Intel Research, Andrew Chien, talked with bit-tech about the future of ray tracing and its chances of making it to the big time.
IDF SPRING 08: Intel's 45nm Yorkfield desktop processors are still not as widely available as they should be. We have some answers... kinda.