Sign in with
Sign up | Sign in

CPUs - Page 69


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.

news - OCTOBER 5 0

Charles Chou, an analyst at Fubon Securities, commented that the tight supply of low-end Intel Celeron and AMD Socket AM2 Sempron CPUs became apparent in the middle of September, with the two chip vendors...

news - OCTOBER 5 0

Industry sources noted that AMD has validated its 65 nm CPU production at Singapore-based foundry Chartered Semiconductor and volume production of AMD's 65 nm CPU lineup at Chartered is slated for the first...

news - OCTOBER 3 0

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is proceeding to switch 90% of its desktop-processor production to the 65 nm node by the end of 2007, according to motherboard makers familiar with AMD's latest roadmap.

news - OCTOBER 3 0

Unexpectedly strong demand in the notebook market has resulted in CPU shortages, sending notebook makers scrambling to secure CPU supply for the fourth-quarter high season, according to industry sources.

news - SEPTEMBER 28 0

During the ongoing Intel Developer Forum (IDF), Intel CEO Paul Otellini pointed out that Intel has shipped over 40 million 65nm-made CPUs while its competitors have shipped none, and he then noted that Intel's...

reviews - SEPTEMBER 27 0

Intel is proud of its Kentsfield quad core and refers to our technology article. But IDF is stuffed with news on the next-generation mobile platform, an 80-core project and high-efficiency power supplies.

news - SEPTEMBER 26 0

Intel will announce two-way quad-core server Clovertown processors, which will be marketed under the Xeon 5300-series name, on 16 November, according to Taiwan-based motherboard makers.

reviews - SEPTEMBER 25 0

AMD has introduced low-voltage versions of several of its Athlon 64 models, promising decreased power consumption and heat output for smaller systems. We compare these to standard parts to put this power...

news - SEPTEMBER 20 0

Reinforcing its lineup of entry-level 64-bit dual-core processors, Intel plans to start small-volume shipments of two 65nm Celeron M CPUs, the Celeron M 520 and the Celeron M 530, in the fourth quarter of this...

news - SEPTEMBER 20 0

Intel's single-core Conroe-L processors will appear in two family series, with the Pentium E1000 scheduled for launch in the second quarter of 2007, while the Celeron 400 will arrive one quarter later,...

news - SEPTEMBER 13 0

Intel plans to start offering an entry-level Core 2 Duo processor, the T5200, for OEM notebook makers in October, in order to compete with AMD's entry-level Mobile Turion 64x2 CPUs, according to sources at...

reviews - SEPTEMBER 10 0

Intel will walk all over AMD with its upcoming Core 2 Quadro processor. Its 8 MB L2 Cache and aggressive clock speeds will boost performance by up to 100%. Our benchmarks tell the story.

news - SEPTEMBER 8 0

IBM today announced that it has begun shipping the microprocessor that will be built into Nintendo's upcoming Wii video game system. Nintendo has a multi-year contract with IBM to create millions of the...

news - SEPTEMBER 4 0

Market sources say that about 20 million Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) processors will be used in Dell's servers, desktop PCs and notebooks between the fourth quarter of 2006 and the fourth quarter of 2007.

reviews - AUGUST 22 0

AMD's mobile 64 bit dual core CPU 64 X2 is neck and neck with Intel competitor Core Duo - at least in some areas. Is there enough here to convince you to opt for a Turion 64 X2 laptop?

news - AUGUST 21 0

Tom's Hardware has updated its interactive CPU charts with the latest processors from Intel and AMD.

news - AUGUST 21 0

The latest round of seasonal CPU charts updates from Tom's Hardware Guide reveals what we expected, now that we've had a chance to test Intel's Core 2 Duo E6400 dual-core CPU: At $247 average selling price,...

reviews - AUGUST 21 0

Intel's Core 2 might be the cure to Pentium pains, but it isn't necessarily the best choice for everyone. We test-drove 83 processors across a 37-benchmark parcours and once again offer the best processor...

news - AUGUST 14 0

Intel informed its channel partners in Taiwan that it plans to stop manufacturing four desktop-use Pentium D processors (model numbers 830, 840, 930 and 940) by the end of 2006, according to channel sources.

news - AUGUST 10 0

As earlier expected, AMD started shipping its Socket AM2 Athlon 64 X2 3600+ dual-core CPU to channel partners ahead of the original schedule.

news - AUGUST 3 0

AMD aims to ship a total of 1.41 million of Socket 754 Sempron CPUs in emerging markets in the third quarter, trying to clear the present inventory as well as enlarge its market share, according to sources at...

reviews - AUGUST 2 0

Tuned and tweaked to the max, the Intel 3.68 GHz processor faces off against AMD's 3.06 GHz all-purpose threat. Is the race over yet? Hasn't Intel won already? Let's see...

news - JULY 28 0

Intel re-offered its desktop-use Celeron D 315 and 326 processors on 23 July in an attempt to compete with AMD's Sempron CPU lineup, according to sources.

reviews - JULY 18 0

AMD lost its leadership. Should we all dump our Athlon 64 systems? Here is a summary of opinions across our forums.

reviews - JULY 14 4

Hardly anything about Intel's new processor remains secret: Core 2 beats Athlon 64, period. Our in-depth analysis focuses on scaling, temperature, overclocking and power consumption.

news - JULY 13 0

On the day Intel announces Conroe - which is expected within days - Dell Computer will upgrade its top-of-the-line XPS 700 desktop computer model to offer not only an overclocked Core 2 Extreme CPU, but also...

    • First
    • Previous
    • 69 / 77
    • 70
    • 71
    • 72
    • 73
    • More pages
    • Next
      • 61
      • 62
      • 63
      • 64
      • 65
      • 66
      • 67
      • 68
      • 69 / 77
      • 10
      • 20
      • 30
      • 40
      • 50
      • 60
      • 70