Intel

A number of European retailers have started listing new Celeron and the Pentium Gold-branded processors, which indicates that the world’s largest CPU supplier is about to formally announce the products. Topping the list of new processors is the Pentium G5620, which happens to be Intel's first Pentium-branded CPU clocked at 4 GHz. The list of budget-focused dual-core processors includes seven SKUs: the Pentium Gold G5620, the Pentium Gold G5420, the Pentium Gold G5420T, the Pentium Gold G5600T, the Celeron G4950, the Celeron G4930, and the Celeron G4930T. The key selling points of the new processors are their higher clockspeeds when compared to predecessors. At this point we don't know what architecture Intel is using – if it's Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake, or Coffee Lake Refresh &ndash...

Intel Details New 9th Gen CPUs for Notebooks: i9-9980HK to i5-9300H

Intel is yet has to announce its 9th Gen Core processors for laptops officially, but because the company needs to sort out all the things with authorities and regulators...

33 by Anton Shilov 4 days ago

Playing Chicken: Kentucky Fried Intel Core i9-9900KFC Processor Listed

If every letter has a special meaning for a feature in a product, and a product portfolio offers a mix and match of those features, then eventually a combination...

31 by Ian Cutress 5 days ago

ID Cooling Unveils IS-30 Low-Profile 30-mm Cooler for 100 Watt CPUs

ID Cooling has introduced its new CPU cooling system for ultra-thin computers, such as those that come in thin mini-ITX or mini-STX form-factors. The IS-30 cooler is only 30-mm...

9 by Anton Shilov 5 days ago

EKWB Begins Selling Heatsink for Intel’s Optane 905P M.2 SSD

EK Water Blocks has started selling its passive heatsink for Intel’s recently-released Optane 905P M.2 SSD. The cooling solution is meant to ensure consistent performance of the drive under...

15 by Anton Shilov 6 days ago

Intel Submits Ireland Fab Expansion Plan: $8 Billion Price Tag, With a 4 Year Lead Time

Intel has submitted a proposal to Irish authorities for the expansion of its manufacturing site near Leixlip. According to the plans, Intel is exploring the construction of a brand-new...

26 by Anton Shilov on 2/13/2019

Tiny at $200: ASUS Z390-I Gaming vs. ASRock Z390 Gaming-ITX/ac Review

With the popularity of small form factor systems ever increasing, today we reviewing two of the most attractive and high-end mini-ITX motherboards on the Z390 chipset which sit happily...

27 by Gavin Bonshor on 2/12/2019

Best CPUs for Gaming: Q1 2019

Sometimes choosing a CPU is hard. So we've got you covered. In our CPU Guides, we give you our pick of some of the best processors available, supplying data...

79 by Ian Cutress on 2/8/2019

Intel Details Plans for Its Oregon Fab Expansion: D1X Phase 3

Intel this week revealed the first details concerning its fab expansion plans in Oregon. As it turns out, the company intends to build the third phase of its D1X...

26 by Anton Shilov on 2/5/2019

Cisco Documents Shed Light on Cascade Lake, Cooper Lake, and Ice Lake for Servers

In a publicly available document, found by an eagle-eyed user on Twitter, Cisco has revealed some details about the future Whitley Platform and Barlow Pass: the set of technologies...

21 by Ian Cutress on 2/5/2019

EGlobal's NUC-Like PC Packs Intel’s Unlocked Hex-Core i7-8750HK CPU

EGlobal, a PC maker from China, has started sales of its ultra-compact form-factor (UCFF) S200 PC. Uncommon for UCFF PCs, EGlobal's latest machines are based around Intel’s 45W laptop...

40 by Anton Shilov on 2/4/2019

Intel 28-Core Xeon W-3175X Spotted at Retail in Japan: $3880

One of the comments we got from Intel about the new unlocked 28-core Xeon W-3175X processor was that it would only be available through boutique system integrators or OEMs...

20 by Ian Cutress on 2/2/2019

The Supermicro C9Z390-PGW Motherboard Review: The Z390 Board With PLX and 10GbE

The Supermicro C9Z390-PGW is the top model from its SuperO range and is the only mainstream Z390 motherboard to encompass a Broadcom PEX8747 PLX chip (one workstation focused board...

46 by Gavin Bonshor on 2/1/2019

Intel to Discontinue Itanium 9700 ‘Kittson’ Processor, the Last of the Itaniums

Intel on Thursday notified its partners and customers that it would be discontinuing its Itanium 9700-series (codenamed Kittson) processors, the last Itanium chips on the market. Under their product...

59 by Anton Shilov on 1/31/2019

Robert Swan Named CEO of Intel

Intel today announced that its board of directors had named Robert Swan, its CFO and interim CEO, as its full-time chief executive officer. Mr. Swan will be the company’s...

47 by Anton Shilov on 1/31/2019

Asetek Launches 690LX-PN Cooler for Xeon W-3175X: Up to 500 W

Asetek has introduced one of the industry’s first closed-loop liquid cooling solutions specifically designed for Intel’s 28-core Xeon W-3175X processor for extreme workstations. The 690LX-PN cooler can dissipate up...

16 by Anton Shilov on 1/30/2019

The Intel Xeon W-3175X Review: 28 Unlocked Cores, $2999

Intel has always ensured that its high-end server platforms, one where multiple CPUs can act as a single system, have the highest core count processors. These servers go into...

130 by Ian Cutress on 1/30/2019

Intel Considers $11 Billion Fab in Israel

Late last year Intel announced massive plans to increase its global chip production capacities by upgrading, expanding, and equipping four of its fabs. As it turns out, the company...

37 by Anton Shilov on 1/29/2019

Intel’s Core i9-9900KF Listed in the USA: $582

B&H Photo and Video, a large retail chain from the USA, has started to list Intel’s Core i9-9900KF processor. The CPU is yet to become available, but since B&H...

22 by Anton Shilov on 1/29/2019

ASML to Ship 30 EUV Scanners in 2019: Faster EUV Tools Coming

ASML said last week that it planned to ship 30 extreme ultraviolet scanners in 2019, up significantly from 2018. The plan is not surprising, as demand for EUV lithography...

17 by Anton Shilov on 1/28/2019

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