Posts Tagged ‘Intel’
3 CommentsPosted by Jules on April 18, 2011 under CPU, General Tech, Highlights 2
When in comes to delivering pure processing power, transistor density is right up there with clock speed as the key ingredient. We're used to AMD and Intel revealing ever more transistors packed onto ... more.
4 CommentsPosted by faith on April 16, 2011 under CPU, Laptop
After having the market to itself for over 3 years, AMD finally woke up and realised that there was a market for a Fusion-class processor that combined decent CPU-ing with decent GPU-ing. News into Ki... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Carl on April 13, 2011 under General Tech
Intel have said that developer kits for Thunderbolt will be available this quarter, meaning we could see a raft of new devices entering retail, based on this interconnect technology. Thunderbolt wa... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Carl on April 13, 2011 under Netbook
Yesterday KitGuru reported on Intel's Oak Trail solution and Intel have also rolled out their next generation 'Cedar Trail' Atom processor, due in Netbooks within the next couple of months. At a de... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Carl on April 12, 2011 under CPU, iPad
Intel have released a new Oak Trail tablet chip which they hope will be used in tablets targeting the market leader, Apple. Intel launched the new ATOM chip, codenamed Oak Trail which is designed s... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Jules on April 8, 2011 under Announcements, CPU
While the whole world plus dog is still looking at the ripples made by the Sandy Bridge recall, Intel is jogging on at a tremendous rate of knots. KitGuru dons a bee-keeper suit and enters the FAB-u-l... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Jules on April 7, 2011 under CPU
Sources close to Intel have been in contact with KitGuru to say that there is no possibility of the price of Sandy Bridge i5 and i7 products becoming more competitively priced until AMD launches Bulld... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Carl on April 6, 2011 under CPU
Intel have announced their new Xeon E7 series with up to ten physical processing cores per chip. They are targeting AMD's Magny-Cours with hopes of moving some high density data center customers to th... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Jules on April 2, 2011 under CPU, HTPC
KitGuru spent Saturday afternoon shopping in centres packed with folks stocking up on Mother's Day gifts. While the world looked out for that 'special something that would make the moment', KitGuru wa... more.
7 CommentsPosted by Zardon on March 27, 2011 under Highlights 2, SSD Drives
While Intel will always be known for their range of consumer and business oriented processor designs, their Solid State Drives proved to be extremely popular among the enthusiast audience, selling w... more.
7 CommentsPosted by Jules on March 27, 2011 under CPU
It will be quite a while before anyone is benchmarking AMD's new Bulldozer against Ivy Bridge from Intel, but industry watchers who originally thought the match-up would not start until October, might... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Jules on March 21, 2011 under Motherboard
Even though the flow of B3 chipsets is well and truly under way, the channel is creaking terribly under the strain of trying to service customers. Nope, not end-users and enthusiasts. The customers wh... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Carl on March 17, 2011 under Channel
Intel have bought SySDSoft to help expand their wireless business, this egyptian based group build IP systems and RF/Analogue circuits for mobile platforms. The 100 engineers in SYSDSoft will be joini... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Jules on March 6, 2011 under Announcements, Workstation
While everyone and their dog can attack the Futuremark records, breaking the SPEC performance record takes some doing. KitGuru has been following the adventures of this Vale of Aylesbury company for a... more.
23 CommentsPosted by Zardon on March 4, 2011 under CPU, Highlights, Motherboard
Enthusiast customers are spoilt for choice when buying a new motherboard. Asus, MSI and Gigabyte are all going head to head to create the most eye catching, feature packed, overclocking friendly b... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Carl on March 2, 2011 under Memory
Kingston have released new HyperX 4GB and 8GB 1600mhz SO-DIMM kits. This new dual channel CL9 memory is the fastest on the market specifically designed to support notebooks and mobile platforms using ... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Jules on March 1, 2011 under Motherboard
Growing up in the cold war meant that B1 and B2 conjured up images of supersonic bombers capable of delivering both nuclear and conventional payloads, great distances. At CeBIT 2011, the characters 'B... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Carl on February 28, 2011 under Server
SeaMicro today announced a new low power server which contains 256 of Intel's Atom N570 dual core processors. The new SM10000-64 has 512 Atom processing cores which operate at 1.66ghz, which when comb... more.
8 CommentsPosted by Carl on February 21, 2011 under Channel, CPU
Intel have announced their plans to build a new semiconductor fabrication facility in Arizona. Their goals are to achieve a 14nm process which will cost around $5 billion. This new facility is call... more.
2 CommentsPosted by faith on February 19, 2011 under CPU
While the Sandy Bridge/Cougar Point affair is still very much in the public domain, Intel is pushing ahead with its launch schedule unhindered. We're presently hearing that the launch for the new chip... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Jules on February 19, 2011 under CPU, General Tech, Motherboard
The original 'just in time' philosophy might have been Japanese, but it seems that Intel's engineers are passing around the parable as well. So, how close are they? KitGuru attaches safety lines and... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Carl on February 16, 2011 under Channel, CPU
According to ARM CEO Warren East, Intel still have a long way to go before dominating the mobile market as their processor designs still demand too much power. He told Reuters "Unless they can make... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Carl on February 15, 2011 under CPU
Yesterday KitGuru reported on Core i7 960 and 970 price drops. They are also releasing a new Extreme Edition processor, called the Core i7 990x. This chip is being sold at the $999 mark, and replac... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Carl on February 14, 2011 under CPU
If you haven't yet jumped into a new Sandybridge system upgrade then today's news might help cheer you up. Over the weekend Intel have reduced the cost of some of their LGA1366 processor range. The qu... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Carl on February 11, 2011 under Channel, Motherboard
Intel have issued a Product Change Notification today which suggests that the fixed B3 revision will start to ship from the 14th of February. This news will be a welcome relief for Intel's OEM pa... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Carl on February 8, 2011 under Channel, Highlights, Motherboard
As we all know by now, Intel announced that it was pulling all Cougar Point chipsets that support the new Sandybridge desktop and laptop processor family due to a design flaw in the chip controlling t... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Jules on February 6, 2011 under Motherboard
But how safe is it? Intel doesn't really do 'Total Recalls' like this. It's scary stuff. The company that effectively made the global market for microprocessors is such a galactically huge corporation... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Carl on February 2, 2011 under Channel, Motherboard
MSI are next in line with an official statement regarding the high profile Intel Sandybridge chipset issues. MSI has been informed by Intel about the design issues in the Intel 6 se... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Slyvia on February 1, 2011 under Channel
Samsung Electronics issued a statement today, saying that any of their customers who bought an Intel system with the flawed chipset will be entitled to a full refund. Kitguru covered the news yeste... more.
5 CommentsPosted by Jules on February 1, 2011 under Channel, CPU, Highlights
Following yesterday's announcement from Intel that there is a problem with the chipset necessary to support the 2nd generation Core processors, codenamed Sandy Bridge, a lot of eyes have turned to AMD... more.
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