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A new leak shows us further details of Intel's Z690 chipset designed for Alder Lake, with PCIe Gen5 and mixed DDR4/DDR5 support.
Alder Lake 600 series chipsets will not support the PCIe Gen 5.0 standard. Instead, it will be limited to Gen 4.0 with an x4 configuration.
Samsung is likely to soon regain the top position as the largest semiconductor manufacturer in the world, surpassing Intel for the 2nd time since 2016.
According to the Taiwan Economic Ministry, TSMC will start prioritizing auto chips as it adds new capacity.
With employees leaving and restrictions tightening, it’s unclear how Huawei plans to survive through the rest of the year.
Today we look at AMD X399 and Intel X299 flagship consumer platforms and compare them to find the differences and if one may be better than the other.
One of the pieces of the puzzle that often gets overlooked when building or buying a new PC is the chipset. We compared Intel's Z390 and AMD's X470.
If you didn't win one of the 8086 Core i7-8068K CPUs Intel gave away during a brief sweepstakes, it's time to make other plans.
The release notes for a version of Intel Rapid Storage Technology (pictured above) leaked some interesting tidbits of information about some upcoming Intel desktop platforms.
Gigabyte’s X470 salvo consists of only high-end and enthusiast Aorus motherboards. There are three in total: the Gaming 7, the Gaming 5, and the Ultra Gaming.
Intel’s Coffee Lake desktop lineup was sorely under-populated until the launch of the second batch of 300-series chipsets. These include the H370, B360, and H310. And here they are.
With the imminent arrival of new desktop chips from AMD, we take a look at what Intel's response might be--and what 9th Gen Core needs to stay competitive.
Intel announced several new Coffee Lake processors and expanded 300-series chipsets based on the Cannon Lake PCH.
Motherboards based on Intel’s H370, B360, and H310 chipsets for its Coffee Lake line of CPUs have leaked on some Asian retailer websites. Among them are ATX and ITX boards from Asrock and Gigabyte.