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Nvidia and AMD reportedly working on Arm processors for Windows PCs

Microsoft has been working on Windows for Arm for years at this point but for the most part, the PC industry still relies on x86 processors. Apple began to change this with the launch of Apple Silicon, its own specialised processors for Macs using Arm technology. Now, it looks like Nvidia and AMD might be preparing Arm processors of their own for Windows PCs.

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GPU benchmarks return to Cinebench

Maxon has launched a new version of Cinebench. Cinebench 2024 is the latest version of the famous benchmarking software, embracing cutting-edge technology to provide artists, designers, and creators with a more accurate and relevant representation of their hardware's capabilities. By embracing the capabilities of Redshift, Cinema 4D's default rendering engine, …

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Meteor Lake processors may be revealed at Intel Innovation event

The schedule for Intel's upcoming Innovation event in September has gone live and one of the presentations caught our eye. In a session going over Intel's Client Hardware Roadmap and the rise of AI, we should be getting insights into Intel's upcoming Meteor Lake processors.  Anticipation has been mounting for …

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AMD openSIL Firmware expected to Replace AGESA by 2026

During the OCP Regional Summit, AMD revealed its plans to replace the AMD Generic Encapsulated Software Architecture (AGESA) with an open-source solution called Open-Source Silicon Initialization Library (openSIL). This is expected to happen by 2026 and will gradually cover AMD's entire product stack, including Ryzen and EPYC processors. The first …

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Intel announces 13th Gen Core unlocked desktop processors

Today during Intel Innovation, the company officially unveiled its line-up of unlocked “Raptor Lake” processors. The initial line-up focuses on desktop, offering K-series and KF-series options, headlined by the new Core i9-13900K.  With its 12th Generation “Alder Lake” CPUs, Intel introduced the new hybrid architecture, combining performance cores with efficiency …

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Intel is killing off its Pentium and Celeron branding

For decades now, Intel has been releasing Pentium and Celeron series processors to serve the mainstream PC market. Now, Intel is officially doing away with Celeron and Pentium, replacing both with a new line-up of chips simply named ‘Intel Processor'.  Today, Intel is announcing the Intel Processor, a replacement for …

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