Category: CPUs

AVX-512 & RPCS3 ‘PlayStation 3 Emulator’ Do Wonders Together, 30% Performance Boost Over CPUs With AVX2

The developer of the RPCS3 ‘PlayStation 3’ emulator has posted a thorough blog highlighting the gain of AVX-512 on modern day CPUs. The site put up assists us comprehend how AVX-512 operates and how it is effective for the emulator for those people who want to get excess overall performance. RPCS3 ‘PlayStation three Emulator’ Dev
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Maxsun Developing A Desktop Motherboard With A Soldered Alder Lake Mobility 14-Core CPU

Chinese enterprise Maxsun has a Computer ingredient branch, Meterstone, that develops equipment this sort of as Intel and AMD-based motherboards and graphics cards. Meterstone also focuses on hybrid techniques that obtain the much more substantial positive aspects of a Do-it-yourself approach but the usefulness of a mobile chipset’s graphics capacity and ability efficiencies. Maxsun sub-brand
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Intel To Be First CPU Maker To Offer 16 Cores on Laptops With Its Upcoming Core i9-12900HX Chip, Benchmarks Leak Out

Intel has silently been working on a new top-of-the-line mobility lineup that features the flagship Core i9-12900HX CPU with 16 cores. This chip has now been leaked and benchmarked within the Geekbench database along with its first benchmarks. Intel First To 16 Cores on Mobility Platform With Its Alder Lake Core i9-12900HX CPU The new
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High-Performance CPUs & GPUs From Intel, AMD, NVIDIA To See Up To 20% Price Hike In 2022

2022 is starting off off with really poor information for fanatics and high-efficiency CPUs & GPUs people as the major a few, AMD, Intel, NVIDIA is scheduling to improve the price ranges of their chips by up to 20%. AMD, Intel, NVIDIA Are Preparing To Increase Charges of Their Superior-Effectiveness CPUs & GPUs By Up
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It Takes Two Chinese Zen-Based Hygon C86 3185 CPUs To Beat A Single AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Chip

YouTuber EJ Hardware, a Chinese tech enthusiast, recently ran benchmarks on two Hygon C86 3185 CPUs, which are not available outside of Chinese markets, versus the AMD Ryzen 5 5600X to see the performance of the two different companies. Hygon, a company who partially owned by AMD since 2016 through separate business ventures. This alliance
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Intel discontinues 14nm Gen & 10th Gen Core mobile processors, Is this the end for Comet Lake CPUs?

Intel recently discontinued their Comet Lake-U, Ice Lake-U, and Lakefield laptop computer CPUs before this year. Now, Team Blue is initiating their Conclusion-Of-Daily life (EOL) prepare for the better-end cell 14nm Gen Main CPUs, which takes place to be the remainder of the Comet Lake collection. Customers will be ready to buy the processors until
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Intel Maximum Turbo Frequency Profiles Offers Up To 36% Performance Improvement on Core i9-12900K Alder Lake CPU

Intel is splitting its TDP numbers into two new categories starting with 12th Gen Alder Lake CPUs, Processor Base Power (PBP), and Maximum Turbo Power (MTP). Intel 12th Gen Alder Lake CPUs TDPs Now Defined As PBP PL1 & MTP PL2, Up To 38% Performance With MTP The first category is the base TDP of
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Noctua’s Roadmap Shows LGA4189 Coolers On The Way?

Noctua has officially showcased its highway map that begins at Q3 of 2021 and proceeds until finally Q2 of 2022 this roadmap attributes some intriguing info ranging from a new technology of the NH-D15 is on the horizon to Noctua finding prepared to launch CPU coolers for Intel’s LGA4189 socket, and even a desktop supporter.
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Intel CSME Irreparable Boot Flaw – Yet Another Intel Security Vulnerability

Intel’s ongoing rampage of security vulnerabilities continues as one more vulnerability has been found, this time in Intel’s CSME tool. Since January of 2018, the checklist of these vulnerabilities continues to develop, and quite frankly, this is unacceptable, and this one is no different. It’s been over two years since the initial Meltdown and Spectre
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Amid 14nm Shortage, Intel Breathes Life Into 22nm Pentium G3420

Intel has resorted to 22nm direction of abilities as a outcome of the continued shortage of 14nm manufacturing ability. With this, Intel has revived the Haswell-based Pentium G3420 upon the issuance of a Product Swap Notification. 22nm In 2019 – Return of Haswell Over the direction of the final twelve months, Intel has had some
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