Today marks the release of Intel’s latest update to its Extreme processor line with a trio of Haswell-E models including Intel’s first consumer socketed 8-core product. This is the update from Ivy Bridge-E, which includes an IPC increase, a new X99 chipset, the first consumer platform with DDR4 memory, and a new CPU socket that is not backwards compatible. We managed to get all three CPUs ahead of launch to test.
NVIDIA launches quite possibly the biggest leap forward in chipset technology ever here at Computex 2001. It went by the codename Crush for one simple reason - that's exactly...
Mike Andrawes on 6/4/2001
Six months after the release of the Pentium 4, Intel releases the first dual processor ready version of the CPU. The Intel Xeon processor is here and it's...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/21/2001
After remaining quiet for so long we are finally able to bring you all the full story on AMD's Athlon 4. Included within is also updated information on...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/14/2001
The first speed increase for the Pentium 4 is upon us today. At 1.7GHz, does the prophecy of high performance as clock speed increases hold true for the...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/23/2001
Is a new BIOS update all the KT266 needs to realize its full performance potential? Think again. We managed to get 20% higher performance, but the key...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/16/2001
The VIA KT266 is here, and it is the third Socket-A DDR Chipset to hit the streets. Is the third time around the DDR block going to be...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/10/2001
Take the three most popular Socket-A chipsets, benchmark them in a total of 10 different configurations, and dig deep into the benchmarks to explain their performance as well as...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/5/2001
Today AMD cranks their low-cost Duron up to 900MHz and we also provide you with a look at the somewhat modified future of AMD processors. Find out how...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/2/2001
In their first Athlon CPU release in 5 months, AMD is back with the 1.33GHz and 1.30GHz Athlon processors. How do they stack up to the competition and...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/22/2001
Can you imagine a platform where you could achieve 2.1GB/s of memory bandwidth without DDR SDRAM? What about up to 4.1GB/s of bandwidth using conventional PC133 SDRAM? ...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 2/7/2001
So you have a Super7 based computer and are getting a bit frustrated
with its performance, or lack thereof. Fret not, a complete system replacement
Matthew Witheiler on 1/24/2001
All aboard the DDR bandwagon. Intel's Pentium III is the first Intel CPU to be given a DDR SDRAM platform and VIA is the first to give it...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/18/2001
With AMD finally able to position the Duron as a true solution for OEMs looking to produce Value PCs the heat is on. As a counter to Intel's...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/8/2001
Attempting to reinvent the dying Cyrix name brand, VIA recently announced a third version of the Cyrix III chip. This time made on a 0.15 micron process, VIA is...
Matthew Witheiler on 1/5/2001
Finally, after over two years of its existence, Intel has granted the Celeron the one feature it has always lacked: a 100MHz FSB. What does this do for...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/3/2001
Buckle up as AnandTech takes you through the roller coaster ride that was Y2K.
Anand Lal Shimpi on 1/2/2001
AnandTech brings you updated information on the future of AMD and Intel in 2001. Including new information on the 0.13-micron Pentium 4 and more...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 12/27/2000
With DDR SDRAM currently going for twice as much as PC133 SDRAM and AMD 760 boards very scarce in the market now, it seems like the KT133 chipset is...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 12/21/2000
We heavily criticized the performance of the SiS 730S in our recent review and now armed with the KM133, is the Duron platform finally allowed to succeed? The...
Anand Lal Shimpi on 12/20/2000
The Intel 815 and BX chipsets face off against VIA's Apollo Pro 133A in this battle for supremacy in the land of the penguin.
Jeff Brubaker on 12/18/2000