Nvidia's Grace CPU scored 13 wins against AMD's Genoa and Bergamo and 15 against Intel's Xeon Platinum 8592+ in a review with 23 benchmarks.
Overclocker SkatterBencher was able to get a 3.15GHz overclock on the Ryzen 7 8700G's 780M integrated graphics.
A veteran AMD employee confirms that the original internal Athlon codenames were rethought in order to avoid a potential lawsuit from car companies.
The 144-core Grace Superchip couldn't catch up to a 96-core dual-socket Sapphire Rapids server, but it may prove to be more efficient.
Though SMIC's Q4 results beat expectations, the foundry says 2024 could be challenging due to the economy and politics.
Although hafnia memory certainly has many advantages over silicon memory, price definitely won't be one.
Cirrus Logic will be contributing its latest audio and power converter components to Lunar Lake laptops.
Qualcomm's CEO alludes to the "next version of Windows" with a launch date in the middle of the year.
A new patch for Thread Director on Linux sees hybrid Intel CPUs achieve better performance in virtual machines.
The Core i9-14900T has a TDP less than half that of the Core i9-14900K but is only 22% slower in Geekbench 6's multicore test.
Data recovery company CBL warns that microSD and USB sticks are becoming less reliable as more are made with bad NAND flash.
Some of the first RTX 3050 6GB benchmarks shows that the GPU's lower performance is offset by much higher efficiency.
Nvidia has launched yet another datacenter GPU for China in the wake of bans on many of its previous devices.
TuSimple, which is exiting the U.S. market, attempted to send 24 A100 GPUs to Australia — but the shipment was blocked over concerns they might eventually make their way to China.
The Department of Commerce is signaling that it intends to distribute at least $500 million of CHIPS Act cash.
An Austrian retailer has listed Nvidia's rumored RTX 3050 6GB, and it seems like it spilled all the beans.
China Telecom claims to have launched the country's first supercomputer built entirely on top of domestic hardware and software.
A smuggling operation carried out by the unnamed South Korean 'Company A' involved 53,000 chips worth nearly $12 million.
Beijing Jite Intelligent Technology claims it has made China's first completely domestic motherboard with a Chinese Arm CPU onboard.
Results for three Ryzen 8000G APUs in Passmark have been uncovered, and the new Ryzen 8000G chips are around 30% faster than Ryzen 5000G models.
A new driver for Moore Threads gaming GPUs delivers significant performance increases in multiple games, including a 20% uplift in Grand Theft Auto V.
In Intel's Q4 earnings call, Pat Gelsinger said Panther Lake will end up being six times as fast as Meteor Lake in AI workloads.
A Geekbench 5 result for Zhaoxin's KX-6000G has appeared, and it performs like old Core 2 Quad and Phenom II CPUs.