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Intel releases the new SSD 665p series

Intel has launched its second generation QLC 3D NAND SSDs, succeeding the 660p series with the 665p series. The new Intel SSD 665p series is the “first 96-layer QLC-based PCIe SSD” to be manufactured. The 665p series comes with in a 1TB or 2TB capacity, offering “great value for everyday …

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Intel addresses 14nm CPU supply struggles

Over the last few months, there has been plenty of talk surrounding Intel’s CPU shipment troubles, with 14nm processors hitting a supply issue. As part of an update to customers today, Intel has acknowledged the issue and is promising to improve supply-demand balance. In a letter published this week, Intel …

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Intel officially announces Tremont microarchitecture

Intel officially announced its new 10nm ULP x86 microarchitecture  – Tremont. This new microarchitecture will be at the core of Intel’s Lakefield chipsets, planned to be used in servers, IoT devices, laptops, 5G networking, and tablets, like the Surface Neo. Yesterday, in Santa Clara, California, at the Linley Fall Processor …

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Intel discontinues its 7th Gen Kaby Lake CPUs

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It’s been a couple of years since Intel’s Kaby Lake processors were in the headlines, but Intel has announced that its 7th Gen desktop CPUs will be discontinued as of October 2020. This follows on from last week’s news that the Kaby Lake-G mobile processors, using AMD Radeon RX Vega …

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