Asus and Colorful OEM cards pictured
Intel has now officially announced its first Iris Xe (codename DG1) discrete desktop graphics card for OEMs, and it features 80 execution units and a 30W TDP.
Ready for next-gen laptops
After initially announcing it is sampling DDR5 DIMMs that should be ready for Q3 2021, Teamgroup has now announced its new DDR5 SO-DIMM, ready for next-gen notebooks, mini-PCs, NAS, and other devices.
3D TLC NAND with Phison E18 controller
A spotted listing over at Amazon.de revealed a new PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD from Corsair, the MP600 Pro, which should hit read sequential speeds of up to 7,000MB/s.
Intel had a good 2020
Intel has announced its financial results for the fourth quarter of 2020, as well as financial results for the full 2020 year, and it was a record quarter for Intel, despite the coronavirus pandemic. The highlight of the Q&A session was the old and the new CEOs, Bob Swan and Pat Gelsinger, responding to some serious questions about the current state and the future of the company.
Panther Canyon and Tiger Canyon NUCs get attention as well
Intel has recently announced its full NUC 11 lineup, and now we've checked out a full teardown of the flagship Intel NUC 11 Enthusiast Phantom Canyon. We also got the first look at the NUC 11 Performance Panther Canyon, including a first early review, as well as a detailed look at the NUC 11 Pro Tiger Canyon.
Updated controller and TLC NAND for 560/530 MB/s read and write
Samsung has launched its latest addition to the SSD lineup, the 870 EVO, which pairs up TLC NAND with an updated controller in order to push the SATA interface to its limits, achieving 560MB/s read and 530MB/s write sequential performance.
The Snapdragon 865+ has higher clocks and a few changes
Qualcomm has announced its newest Snapdragon chipset, the Snapdragon 870 5G. While the Snapdragon 888 SoC will be reserved for the high-end, smartphone makers that get the new Snapdragon 870 5G for slightly cheaper 5G-enabled smartphones.
Updated: Wide range of SKUs, new form factor with Qi charging lid
While Intel rather quietly introduced its new NUC 11 mini PCs earlier at CES 2021, and we had a chance to see some of the first details, we now have more details on the Panther Canyon Performance NUC 11 lineup, which will be available from Simply NUC in February.
Coming in four versions this time
Intel has rather quietly introduced the new NUC 11 mini PCs, which will now be available in four different versions, covering a couple of market segments, ranging from integrators, embedded, desktop, to gaming high-end markets.