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CPUs serve as the heart and soul of your desktop, notebook, and tablet. But with so many devices, power budgets, and performance requirements, it’s not always easy to pick the right hardware. From AMD to Intel and x86 to ARM, Tom’s Hardware has you covered.
The FTC paves the way for competition.
At Tom's Hardware, we get a lot of CPUs, but we don't have nearly as many CPUs as this guy.
Sharks with 50Gbps laser beams?
This could be the end of the line...
The Mac Pro has gotten some spendy hardware updates.
Intel arms its Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs with Turbo Boost. AMD's hexa-core Phenom II X6 chips sport Turbo CORE. Both technologies dynamically increase performance based on perceived workloads and available...
MSI's new gaming notebook packs Intel Core i7 processing and Nvidia GeForce GTX 285M graphics.
The professional space is peppered with products derived from the desktop. Today we're looking at Intel's Xeon X5680 CPUs, which look a lot like Core i7-980X, only they're optimized for dual-socket platforms....
Hmm, stay with Apple and get a free case or make nice with Samsung and get a free Galaxy S? Tough one.
Nvidia is likely to benefit from the FTC dealing with Intel.
Check out the latest prices.
More AMD goodness headed your way this year.
Now you have a new choice for Gulftown.
Celeron to get a technology refresh to 32nm later this year.
The CPU market seems to be doing quite well.
The rather low system requirements means that nearly everyone with a modern computer should be able to play Starcraft 2.
What's that clunky, noisy thing over there in the corner? Oh just ignore that old thing--it's what they used to call a Pee See.
Most people know that Intel’s Atom is a slow, low-cost processor. But does it even offer enough performance to take it beyond desktop processors nearly a decade old? Today we're comparing a modern Atom CPU to...
With the introduction of 1GHz CPUs in smartphones, the devices could replace PCs in the future claims Verizon.
Sandy Bridge getting prepped late in 2010.
I'm pretty sure that it can.
The market is loving Intel.
Do you have what it takes to be a made man?
Long live the Celeron!
PhysX for CPUs is built on x87. Not the best choice on modern day CPUs, it seems.
Those Celerons aren't going to be kept up in the technology line up.
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