Intel has unveils their newest H370, B360 and H310 chipsets

Intel's Newest Chipsets!

Whenever Intel and AMD make it up with new CPUs there’s always a competition of drawing newer chipsets from their house post release of the chips.This time to hit AMD, Intel has come up with newer chipsets, namely H370, B360, and H310.So here how it goes. To be honest with you guys, more cores are one of the major ingredients which are essential to keep up with the competitors.We have seen Intel using unlocked Z370 boards with all of their CoffeeLake chips.Where budget builders who want a cup of CoffeeLake have to…

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Intel VEGA Inside soon to be a reality. i7 8809G info leaks!

Intel revealed late last year, that they were working with AMD to bring out CPUs with Radeon Graphics in them.The i7 8809G seems to be that CPU. Intel’s Indian website has published a small number of details regarding Intel’s first ‘Intel with Radeon RX Vega Graphics’ processor. Within the table of overclockable processors, accompanying the Core i9, Core i7-X and 8th Generation K processors is listed the Intel Core i7 8809G, a quad-core processor with two sets of graphics options listed. The Core i7 8809G is a quad-core processor with hyperthreading, supporting…

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GeminiLake SKUs leaked| Celeron and Pentium Silver awaits

Recently we got to know about the pricing of Windows 10 IoT Enterprise licenses by the maker an embedded solutions firm.Which also led us to acknowledge Intel’s upcoming GeminiLake SoCs.Arriving soon these six SoCs for desktops and laptops will be sold under the Celeron and Pentium Silver patents.To be precise, a Russian IoT firm Quarta Technologies has published shown below which indicates clearly that there will be two SoCs, J4005 and J4105 for Desktops and N4000 and N4100 for Mobile category under the Celeron trademark whereas Pentium Silver offers two…

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Intel officially announces Skylake-X and Kabylake-X processors.

Anyone following the computing scene lately has been bombarded with Intel rumors. However, the rumors came to a stop today as Intel finally announces the Skylake-X and Kabylake-X processors.   Normally Intel’s HEDT platform lags at least one generation behind the mainstream lineup(Sandy Bridge-E was launched when Ivy bridge was mainstream and so on), but this time Intel has decided to break the pattern(Ryzen effect anyone?) And decided to launch Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X simultaneously along with a new chipset called Basin Falls(X299)     SkyLake-X Starting from the top we…

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AMD Ryzen5 to launch on April 5 ; 6 core for $219

Just over three weeks after taking the world by storm with its high-end Ryzen 7 CPUs, AMD is ready to cement its return to form with four more mid-range models under the Ryzen5 brand. The company had previously announced a Q2 2017 target for the launch of Ryzen5, and there is now a specific date: April 11. Ryzen5 Whereas Ryzen 7 was AMD’s main attack on high-performance x86 and a shot across the bow against Intel’s high-end desktop platform, Ryzen 5 is targeted more at mainstream users. The goal here…

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AMD re enters the CPU Arena with Ryzen ! Challenges Intel’s $1000 chip

Since the days of the initial Athlon, AMD’s hold on the CPU market has been shaky. This was compounded by the fact that for the last 5 years, AMD had neither upgraded their chipset nor their CPU offerings. The Piledriver Architecture was also never competitive compared to the core I7 line of CPUs from Intel. But this trend seems to be changing starting March 2nd with the release of Ryzen. At a press preview in San Francisco, company President and CEO Lisa Su announced that AMD has exceeded its stated…

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Zen to launch at $499; beats $999 5960x

AMD Zen 8 Core SR7 Flagship To Sell For $499, Boost To 3.5Ghz & Outperform Intel’s $999 i7 5960X As indicated by a new leak, AMD’s up and coming Zen SR7 8 core flagship CPU will supposedly sell for $499 and beat Intel’s 8 core i7 5960X. Designing examples of AMD’s most recent Zen correction have been spotted and they include a 3.2Ghz core clock and a 3.5Ghz turbo boost. A significant change over the past samples which were running at more unassuming 2.8Ghz core and 3.2Ghz turbo boost. This…

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Intel’s Next Gen Kaby Lake Chipsets spotted

Intel is not only updating things on the High End Desktop side in 2016 but also bringing forth their latest Kaby Lake desktop processor platform for the mainstream market. Intel’s 7th generation core processors, codenamed Kaby Lake, will be based on the existing 14nm process node with further refinements to the design. Replacing the Skylake generation of processors, Kaby Lake isn’t expected to bring incremental increase to processor performance but will remain compatible with existing platforms while featuring support for next generation 200-series platform. Much like AMD’s upcoming Zen ,…

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AMD’s Zen Rumored for January 17th Launch

As we inch ever closer to AMD’s Zen launch, more and more information seems to be slipping through the cracks. This time, MAXSUN, an AMD China partner (poised to provide customers with AM4 platform motherboards) is the source of the proverbial leak, with information that, if true, is sure to stir the pot of bubbling Zen excitement even more. While most rumours have pointed to AMD showing off Zen at CES in January, the actual launch apparently won’t be happening until 17th of January. Performance levels for the price are…

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