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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.

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This summer we're beating the heat by waxing nostalgic about some of history's favorite overclocking-friendly CPUs. Grab your beverage of choice and follow along as we start back in 1989. Then, pass along your...

news - JULY 17 37

Mouse Computer Japan appears to be the first manufacturer to embed the pricy AMD FX-9590 CPU into one of its systems.

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Intel’s Haswell-X Xeon EP Processor has surfaced in Penang, Malaysia during the company’s “Design in Asia” tour.

news - JULY 14 17

A report from MacRumors indicates that the next Apple MacBook Pro (Retina) might not have a dedicated graphics card.

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A number of details have surfaced regarding Lenovo's upcoming ThinkPad T440s business Ultrabook that make them look very promising.

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A few small bits of information about one of the upcoming Steamroller-based APUs from AMD has surfaced.

news - JULY 3 22

According to a purported Intel Xeon Processor Roadmap Plan for HPC, the 14 nm “Skylake” architecture will support DDR4, PCIe 4.0 and SATA Express.

news - JULY 3 6

Two additional AMD “Richland” APUs, the A8-6500T and A10-6700T, have surfaced on MSI’s CPU compatibility list.

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A tweaker from the Coolaler forums has de-lidded an i7-4960X and noted that the CPU die is soldered to the IHS.

news - JUNE 28 14

Overclocker "The Stilt" from Finland has managed to optimize SuperPI performance on AMD systems, and all you need to replicate the results are the patch and some liquid nitrogen.

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EVGA has announced that all of its current power supplies are compatible with the C6 and C7 power states of the new Intel Haswell processors.

news - JUNE 19 48

Some pricing information has surfaced regarding AMD's upcoming FX-9000 series CPUs, and they are expensive.

news - JUNE 19 18

A number of Athlon X4 chips for the FM2 socket have silently surfaced on numerous retailers and sellers.

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An overclocker has managed to overclock the AMD A10-6800K to ever-so-slightly past the 8.0 GHz mark.

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Some slides of Intel's 2013/2014 Roadmap have surfaced, showing some interesting bits of information.

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We've had plenty of Haswell talk over the last few weeks, but are you ready for some more?

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All of MSI's current FM2 motherboards will support the AMD Richland APUs.

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Intel celebrated the launch of its Haswell architecture with a party up in DuPont, Washington. Though our editorial staff was split between recovering from a month of launches and preparing for Computex, we had...

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AMD is blurring the lines between PC and consoles.

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Certain Silvermont-based Atom chips will be re-branded as Celeron and Pentium processors.

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AMD is showing off the performance of its upcoming Kaveri APUs.

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AMD is confident in its technology.

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A report from indicates that the Trinity and Richland APUs will work in the upcoming FM2+ socket.

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Richland, code name for AMD's highest-end APUs, finds its way into our lab in the form of A10-6700 and A10-6800K. Based on the Piledriver architecture and VLIW4 graphics, these chips are slight improvements to...

news - JUNE 4 14

In anticipation of Computex 2013, Intel is teasing a video of a prototype Haswell-based notebook with a Core i7 CPU inside. The time-lapse test runs for 9.5 hours, outlasting even the most power-friendly Atom...

news - JUNE 4 92

According to Sweclockers, AMD’s upcoming FX-8770 and FX-9000 CPUs will be based on the Piledriver architecture and feature a 220 W TDP.

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