Intel drops Core+ Optane bundles
Will ship through to December.
No firm date for a fix, though.
PCIe 4.0 for the first time, built on 7nm.
Probably looking to increase yields.
In what will be a blow to PC gamers, Tim Sweeney has revealed that Unreal Engine 4.0 will exclusively target the next generation of consoles.
In a recent interview, Tim Sweeney has blasted the hardware industry on a number of fronts. He thinks gamers are being shortchanged.
CeBIT 2008: Intel demonstrates its new Atom and Centrino 2 brands during its press conference.
CeBIT 2008: AMD shows off its future processors and also talks about future mobile and desktop platforms during its CeBIT press conference.
Intel has officially named its Silverthorne processor and Menlow platform - they're known as the Atom processor and the Centrino Atom platform.
Quad-cores? Pff, old hat! How does a hex-core chip with a over 25MB of cache sound? Intel preps its Dunnington processor for a 2H08 release.
Mesh has announced that it has released two PCs featuring tri-core Phenom 8400 and 8600 processors on its website.
On one hand Intel offers an ultra low power, ultra tiny 45nm single core processor, on the other a 2Bn transistor quad core behemoth with 30MB of on-die cache!
MSI appears to have problems with its K9A2 CF - it is now not supported with 125W CPUs like the AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ and 6400+.
VIA has just announced its next-generation CPU architecture for UMPCs. It's known as the Isaiah architecture and it was demonstrated running Crysis fairly well...
CES 2008: AMD has announced its Live! Ultra platform and the AMD Live! Explorer application for browsing music, photos and video.
CES 2008: Intel has announced 16 new 45nm processors at CES today. These include notebook, server and mainstream desktop chips.
Penryn will be around for a while yet and the pressure will be off AMD and ATI as Intel might launch most Nehalems in mid 2009.
Nintendo and Greenpeace have continued to duke it out publicly about recycling policies and use of toxic chemicals in the Wii.
IBM has just revealed that 32nm chips will be available to its partners late next year, including Microsoft. That means that the 360 could skip 45nm altogether!
IBM is developing a technology that will use light to replace some of the electrical circuits in CPUs.
AMD reached its lowest share price for more than four years last week and, as a result, its market value dropped to US$5 billion - that's less than it paid for ATI.
The Institute of Microelectronics in Singapore and flash memory maker, Fujio Masouka, are claiming huge increases in processing power by making processors in 3D.
AMD's Phenom isn't getting much love at the moment and things have just got a bit worse because AMD's claimed 10 percent performance loss with the TLB fix was a low estimate...
Leaked AMD roadmaps suggest that AMD hasn't finished with the K8 architecture yet. There's another eleven processors coming in the first half of next year.
A report on DailyTech has suggested that there is more to AMD's tri-core Phenom processors than you would have first thought...
Eight cores, tri-channel DDR3, lots of cache and an IGP - it's all happening for Nehalem it seems. But if you want SLI, Intel might make you pay more...
Just a year after its inception, AMD has canned the Quad FX platform to divert engineering resources elsewhere.
We've been digging for a little while now as rumours have been circling suggesting that existing Nvidia nForce 680i SLI boards likely won't support Intel's latest 45nm processors.
Physics has been one of those industry buzzwords for a while now, and it looks like the company that raised the awareness could well be on the road to acquisition.
AMD has finally launched its Spider platform and the Phenom line of processors to the masses. Fanboys rejoice by emptying their wallets.. providing you can find one.