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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.
Intel has expanded its family of “Efficient” chips based on the Ivy-Bridge processor with the Pentium 2127U.
AMD’s new Embedded G-Series SoC Platform features its next generation “Jaguar” CPU architecture, Radeon HD 8000 graphics and is advertised as offering “exceptional performance with shared resources to...
The prices of eight of the Haswell CPUs have been leaked.
Intel’s desktop processor roadmap has surfaced and shed some light on the company’s strategy for the next two years.
Cadence Design Systems and the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) have launched a collaborative effort to develop 16 nm FinFET technology.
According to IC Insights, at the end of 2012, 27 percent of capacity was used for devices with geometries smaller than 40 nm.
Did Intel CEO Paul Otellini just confirm rumors of smaller Windows 8 tablets?
Intel’s first quarter financial information reported a revenue of $12.6 billion, a net income of $2 billion and an EPS of $0.40.
The initiative aims to create programmable devices that are tailored for “high-volume applications” in industry.
NASA and the US Air Force Research Laboratory are looking for two to four companies to perform an evaluation of “advanced space-based applications” in 2020 to 2030.
VR-Zone has spotted a BGA socket Haswell processor fitting the description of the rumored GT3e "Crystal Well" integrated graphics processor at IDF 2013.
During IDF in Beijing Intel announced that its CPUs would become significantly simpler to overclock.
The upcoming ultra high-end Haswell-E processor will reportedly have support for DDR4 RAM.
The "Crystal Well" variant of Intel's upcoming Haswell lineup reportedly features a 64 MB L4 cache dedicated for graphics.
AMD is supposedly planning a limited edition "Centurion" CPU for a summer release based on a refreshed "Vishera" design.
ChinaDIY has benchmarked an engineering sample of a Haswell Core i5 CPU.
More information has come to light about Intel's upcoming Xeon E5 and E7 series processors, among which are a number of specifications and a release timeframe.
The Celeron 1019Y is the fifth ULV Ivy Bridge processor with a TDP of under 13 W.
It appears that three of the Haswell chips will feature BGA sockets.
AMD will be phasing out its FM1 and AM3 sockets in April 2013 with the aim of replacing the socket types by 2014.
CNET and Etechnix have reported that Intel has begun shipping its Haswell CPUs to OEMs ahead of its end of quarter release date.
Intel has issued a Product Change Notification (PCN) to correct Haswell's USB 3.0 S3 sleep problems.
Global Foundries' TSV technologies will allow multiple chips to be stacked on top of each other and provide an avenue for "delivering the demanding performance, power, and bandwidth requirements of today's...
Some information has come to light about Intel's upcoming Ivy Bridge-E CPUs.
EK Water Blocks has released a cheap kit that allows users of existing Supremacy CPU blocks to remove the IHS and let the water block make direct contact with the CPU die.
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