Intel slowed PC sales to increase Skylake's price
Published in Processors

Things Chipzilla can do while AMD naps

Chipzilla might have caused slow PC sales at the beginning of the year to boost the price of its Skylake chips later.

Intel roadmap for Xeons leaked
Published in Processors

Movement on the server front over the next two quarters

While the focus has been on Intel's Skylake it appears that Chipzilla has not forgotten its server products.

Intel admits that skipping Broadwell was a mistake
Published in Processors

We might have harmed desktop demand

Chipzilla has admitted that by skipping Broadwell for the desktop, it may have harmed desktop chip demand.

Broadwell unwell?
Published in Processors
11 September 2015

Broadwell unwell?

It is like waiting for Godot

The last month has all been about Intel's Skylake, but one thing that we have noticed is that Skylake's desktop predecessor, Broadwell has vanished.

Intel pounces on better bandwidth router chips
Published in News

Puma 7 lands on its paws

Intel has released its new Puma 7 DOCSIS 3.1 chip and while router chips are normally a bit of a yawn this one could lead to multi-gigabit cable modems.

Microsoft interested in acquiring AMD
Published in Graphics

Exclusive: Talks taking place

Our industry sources claim that Microsoft is seriously talking to AMD about buying the chipmaker. The pair have been in talks for a while, but we are unsure if the deal is happening or when something will be announced. 

EVGA and K|NGP|N broke Unigine Heaven Xtreme record
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With EVGA motherboard, graphics card and PSU

A well known overclocker Vince "K|NGP|N" Lucido has broken yet another world record in the Unigne Heaven Xtreme running on EVGA hardware.

ASUS unveils Windows 10 running VivoStick
Published in Mobiles

Get your PC on a stick

In addition to a crazy liquid cooled notebook and a crazy looking router, ASUS has unveiled the new VivoStick mini-PC at the IFA 2015 show in Berlin.

Intel invests in quantum cat chips
Published in Processors

Potentially dead and alive market

Software giant Intel has decided that there is money to be had in making quantum chips which are based on whether or not a theoretical cat is potentially dead or alive, or just popped out for a bit.

Titan cost $2000 claims Intel exec
Published in Graphics

"Fact" used to prove Skylake does H.265 faster

In a desperate bid to demonstrate how good the H.265 decode is on Skylake, Intel was a little creative about its facts.