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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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Sunnyvale (CA) - AMD is kicking off the critical third quarter of 2008 with three new quad-core processors - two low-power models and a new high-end version for enthusiast PCs.

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Asustek Computer has recently initiated price cuts in the Taiwan market for its Intel P45-based motherboards, according to sources at Taiwan distributors.

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We've looked at iBuypower’s budget systems in the past. This time, we scope out, test and tell you all about one of the company's big guns.

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Mountain View (CA) - When we talk about processor performance, most of the performance typically comes from the depth of the pipeline, the number of cores, the size and the type of the cache or the clock speed.

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Berkeley (CA) - The Top 500 supercomputing list has hit a new milestone.

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CUDA software enables GPUs to do tasks normally reserved for CPUs. We look at how it works and its real and potential performance advantages.

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  Intel will present a paper on June 19 discussing the clocking architecture details of its next-generation Nehalem micro-architecture, scheduled for a release in Q4 of this year. According to the company,...

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Sunnyvale (CA) - We are at the beginning of a week with plenty of supercomputing announcements, most of which target high-end and enterprise computing, but some in fact have mainstream appeal.

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Intel is planning to launch a Core 2 Quad Q8000 CPU series, offering entry-level prices to counter AMD's triple-core CPUs in the mainstream market, according to sources at motherboard makers.

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Mountain View (CA) - Up until yesterday, Intel was showcasing its ray-tracing research using Quake 3 and Quake 4, which were nice demos, but did not exactly reflect fresh software.

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Chicago (IL) - It typically takes a while until new processor architectures become available to the mass market, but a new roadmap leaked onto the Internet suggests that the upcoming Nehalem processor will not...

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First, we learned that Centrino 2 is delayed (confirmed), then it we heard that Nehalem may slip as well.

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Taipei (Taiwan) - During Computex 2008 we had a chance to visit Corel’s suite at the Grand Hyatt hotel, which featured, at least as far as we know, the first third party demonstration of Toshiba’s...

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VIA Technologies held a launch party today to officially announce its new VIA Nano processor (Isaiah) and a new standard for small form factor motherboards, Mini-ITX 2.

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Taipei (Taiwan) - Hot on the heels of AMD's overclocking secret , we can reveal that Bloomfield and Lynnfield, key processors of Intel's upcoming Nehalem family, will indeed feature overclocking capabilities...

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Intel's Atom is designed for portable devices. We look at the technology behind the Atom, and at the CPU's power consumption and performance.

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Taipei (Taiwan) - AMD has pulled a rabbit out of its hat to increase the performance of its existing Phenom triple-core (8000-series) and quad-core (9000-series) processors.

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Taipei (Taiwan) - Everyone is waiting for Intel's quad-core, eight-thread Nehalem processor later this year and we got a little sneak peak at the processor's stability and speed at a closed door meeting with...

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While visiting Intel to take a look at its Nehalem processor, we noticed a 30-inch Dell LCD display with a PCB frame around the border. On the PCB, there were rows of LEDs on all four sides of the display. At...

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Intel today demonstrated its next-generation Nehalem processor to us behind closed doors. The platform running was running a quad core processor. Intel engineers ran several high definition video demos in Sony...

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Amid all the Computex fuss it’s important to remember that outside of Taipei, the world goes on. It’s with this in mind that AMD today announced the launch of AMD Changing the Game, the first initiative...

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Taipei (Taiwan) - Intel is rolling out the second wave of Atom processors at Computex 2008 - one CPU for Netbooks and one for Nettops.

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Our new component charts may not be perfect (we're working on that), but they're still full of useful information. Click here for our quick access guide.

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Taipei (Taiwan) - In very simple terms, all chip manufacturers have the same business goal: To sell more chips every year.

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Antwerp (Belgium) - Recent advances in general purpose GPU computing are beginning to shift perceptions in supercomputing applications.