The Z270 SLI Plus and Z270 SLI
MSI has teased two upcoming motherboards that will be based on Intel's new Z270 Express chipset and bring certain new features and improvements, the MSI Z270 SLI Plus and the Z270 SLI.
Serious latency problems
One of the world’s most popular chipsets for gigabit broadband modems, Intel's Puma 6 chipset, suffers from at latency jitter so bad it ruins online gaming and other real-time connections.
The experiment did not work
The fruity cargo-cult Apple is rumoured to be having second thoughts about its relationship with Intel and is starting to regret its decision to install Intel modems in half its iPhone 7s.
Look out Samsung
Chipzilla has seen how NAND flash storage rising and memory makers are speeding up 3D NAND flash product development and thought “I’ll be ‘aving some of that”.
Decent overclocker but gets hot
Although Intel's 7th generation Core Kaby Lake desktop CPUs won't officially launch until January next year, during the last few days we have seen plenty of leaks, including detailed performance benchmarks as well as some overclocking results for the flagship Core i7-7700K SKU.
Parts maker wants to produce self-driving cars by 2019
Intel has signed a deal with Auto parts maker Delphi Automotive Plc and Israeli technology firm Mobileye.
The Core i3-7350K looks impressive
Already leaked online with a price of US $177, Intel's first unlocked and overclocking-friendly Core i3 CPU, the Kaby Lake Core i3-7350K, might be quite a buy as its leaked performance shows a lot of promise.
Jumping two places since last year
MediaTek and Nvidia will be the two fastest growing companies in 2016, according to a report prepared by beancounters at IC Insights.
Appears to admit downsizing
Chipzilla has denied rumours that it is exiting the wearables market – even if it appears to have just started announcing layoffs in the department.
Could challenge Intel
A joint venture between Qualcomm and China's Guizhou Province is to build ARM-based server silicon by licensing the ARMv-8-A architecture and generally being a pain in the bottom line for Intel.