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Today's desktop processors continue to push the performance envelope, while in the mobile space low-cost and high-efficiency processors take us ever closer to ubiquitous computing. From reviews to benchmarks, on desktops to smartphones, Tom's Hardware has the processor information you need.

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Intel today confirmed that it will introduce its Core 2 Duo processor will officially launch this Thursday at an event held at the firm's Santa Clara headquarter. Several hundred journalists and analysts are...

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Following a rather sobering quarter result, AMD answers Intel's challenge and the intent to bring new processors faster to market than initially planned: The company announced during its Q2 conference call that...

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Intel today said that it has notified its partners that it has accelerated the roadmap for its quad-core processors. The launch has been pulled from the first half of 2007 into the fourth quarter of this year -...

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While announcing the success of its design collaboration with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) on the new 65nm low-power test chip, ARM indicated that shipments of its core processors will grow...

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Intel plans to raise the proportion of Merom to over 50% of its notebook processor shipments in the first quarter of 2007, making 64-bit dual-core models the mainstream in the notebook market, according to...

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

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During its five years of existence, the Itanium processor never achieved the glory Intel was hoping for: Itanium has to deal with stiff competition and critics still call it the "Itanic". But Intel holds on to...

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SGI said that it has built 1024-processor Altix 4700 system that has achieved a sustained memory bandwidth of 4.35 TB/s.

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Intel has been sending out invitations to a product introduction tomorrow, Tuesday 18 July. While the invitation itself is worded in a very fuzzy, there appears to be little doubt that Intel will unveil its new...

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In a clarification this morning, Dell Computer communications specialist Liam Nguyen told TG Daily that the company's revised XPS 700, which will be featured with Intel's Core 2 Extreme processor on the day...

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Just about two weeks ahead of the official launch, Core 2 Duo's true performance capability comes to light. In tests conducted by Tom's Hardware Guide, Intel's new processor delivered stunning results,...

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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.

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AMD today announced that it began its first revenue shipments of AMD 64 processors that have been manufactured at Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing in Singapore

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Sun today announced new AMD-based performance datacenter servers, which can carry up to 16 processors or up to 24 TB of storage space in one 4U chassis. The new models are squarely aimed at the Intel-based...

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Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has recently indicated that its new K8L processor for its next-generation Socket AM3 platform will not be available until 2008, according to sources at Taiwan-based motherboard...

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What is the processor future like? Project Keifer could trigger a major core count increase, four threads per core, integrated memory controllers (yes!) and a ring-type interconnect for cores and L3 caches.

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Five years ago, Intel envisioned processors running at 20 GHz by the end of this decade. Today we know that the future will look different. CPUs will sacrifice clock speed over core count: Intel's first "many...

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Intel plans to add its dual-core Itanium 2 CPU line, dubbed "Montecito," to to its current Xeon 5100 series (codenamed Woodcrest) and Dempsey processor offerings on 18 July, according to sources at Taiwan...

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The third largest PC retailer in the U.S. today announced that all desktop PCs and "nearly" all notebook computers offered through its website now come standard with a dual-core processor.

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In an attempt to compete against Intel's plan to offer dual-core processors at competitive prices, AMD will add the Socket-AM2 Athlon 64 X2 3600+, a 2 GHz Athlon 64 X2 CPU that contains 512 kB level-two (L2)...

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Intel's processor roadmap for uni-processor servers changed recently, according to sources at Taiwan motherboard makers.

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If there is a Michael Jordan in the realm of supercomputers, then Lawrence Livermore Labs' IBM-powered BlueGene/L may be it. For the third consecutive time, it's wrested the #1 spot among the top performing...

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Yesterday, Intel released its fastest server and workstation processors ever at a power level we haven't seen in several years. But the "Core" architecture, which the new Xeon 5100s are based on, may not be the...

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Clearspeed today announced a new version of its Advance accelerator board. The device still delivers an estimated additional performance 50 GFlops, but now comes in a much smaller form factor that will allow...

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Intel today introduced the first processor based on its "Core" architecture: The Xeon 5100 rings in the beginning of the end of the Netburst architecture - a power hungry technology that was introduced more...

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Intel must have craved this day: The Xeon 5100 at 3.0 GHz and 4 MB L2 cache launches today to decapitate the AMD Opteron. Our look under the hood explains what the Core 2 microarchitecture is capable of.

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