Mid-range Core i5-13500 Raptor Lake processor looks worthwhile
A rather depressed-looking BiliBili content creator has posted a video showcasing an engineering sample of Intel's upcoming mid-range Core i5-13500 Raptor Lake processor and what it can do in Cinebench R23 and CPU-Z.
A trillion transistors by 2030
Chipzilla appears to be beavering away at a new form of processor which can handle a trillion transistors by 2030.
But it still appears in the BIOS
Intel's DLVR (Digital Linear Voltage Regulator) technology is disabled on current generation Raptor Lake processors, according to ASUS.
Core i9-13900KS could boost up to 6 GHz
Chipzilla is expected to launch locked Raptor Lake SKUs early next year and PC-Canada has gotten its paws on listings for locked Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, and Core i9 Raptor Lake chips. Amongst the listings is the Core i9-13900KS that is supposed to boost up to 6 GHz.
Nothing like making yourself less popular with a chip subscription service
Chipzilla has officially revealed its Intel On Demand programme that will switch on accelerators and features in the Xeon Scalable Sapphire Rapids processor for a fee.
After it has been done on Newegg and Amazon
AMD has now officially dropped the prices of its Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 series SKUs, and new prices are up on AMD's own webstore.
Optimises many games
Intel has released a new GPU graphics driver for the Arc A770 and Arc A750 that optimises many games with minor performance improvements and fixes several key issues on nine titles.
96 per cent accuracy rate
In a bid to stop fake news and propaganda, Intel introduced FakeCatcher, which it says is the first real-time detector of deepfakes.
P5810X Series launched but no one saw it
Chipzilla released the new Intel Optane SSD DC P5810X Series without telling anyone and instead thought people would just "discover it" when they were reading through its Ark product database.