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Next-generation Core chips due at Computex?
Promises 22nm tri-gate SoCs next year.
Drops its orders dramatically, takes a financial hit.
Broadwell chips to be soldered to boards, claim sources.
Server-centric SoCs due to launch in 2014.
Move over Trinity, it's time for the big guns.
Kyle Hovey is documenting his homebrew 8-bit computer, built at the TTL level, and it's a fascinating read.
Intel's upcoming Haswell chips are rumoured to include an L4 cache layer at the top end for improved graphics performance.
A coder on the DragonFly BSD project has tracked down a bug in AMD's instruction set architecture.
AMD has sold its stake in GlobalFoundries, while agreeing an end to APU manufacturing exclusivity.
MIT has released details of Hornet, a new processor simulator accurate to individual clock cycles.
Intel has confirmed that its Ivy Bridge chips have slipped, but claims it's only by a matter of weeks.
Researchers at North Carolina State University have unveiled a novel GPGPU technique that can boost performance by 20 per cent.
AMD's budget build-tastic APUs get an unlocked mulitplier with the A8-3870K
AMD has provided a glimpse of its processor roadmap for 2013 as part of its Financial Analyst Day.
AMD has announced plans to rename its Fusion line to the Heterogeneous Systems Architecture, or HSA.
AMD fabrication spin-off GlobalFoundries has begun 32nm SOI production at its New York Fab 8 plant.
It's 40 years today since the Intel 4004 launched - the first commercially available CPU.
We evaluate the long awaited 6-core version of the Sandy Bridge CPU family
ARM announces a strong quarter off the back of increased demand for its designs.
AMD has finally released Bulldozer – find out how well the new FX range performs.
Next-gen Bulldozer CPU sets new Guinness world record for overclock.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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