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Earlier this week Intel added information on "Haswell Refresh" processors to their official pricelist. It is suffice to say that there were no unexpected surprises there, and the new SKUs had exact same prices as the first generation Haswell microprocessors. Although the list included the full line of "Haswell Refresh" desktop CPUs, they will be available only in May, due to their release date being tied to the launch of desktop 9-series chipset. The mobile refresh, on another hand, will work with currently available 8-series mobile chipsets, and for that reason we were not surprised to see new mobile processors in Intel's product database.   [Full story]
Czech website have published rumored specs for the Maxwell based GTX 880 graphics card. While some of these specs look reasonable on paper, they don't all look like an upgrade compared to the GTX 780 and 780 Ti. There is another rumor that suggests this is not intended as a replacement for the GTX 780 or 780 Ti, suggesting it is more a replacement for the GTX 680.   [Full story]
Intel today added brief specifications and prices of all "Haswell Refresh" desktop and mobile microprocessors to the official pricelist. Built on "Haswell" architecture, upcoming products will not have any new microarchitecture and power optimizations compared to last year's products, and their only advantage will be slightly increased clock speeds. According to known specifications, many "Haswell Refresh" CPUs will be clocked 100 MHz higher than the Haswell 2013 lineup, which will result in up to 2% - 5% better performance, much smaller than we got used to in the past three years.   [Full story]
AMD this week launched low power desktop platform utilizing socket AM1, formerly known as a "socket FS1B". The socket AM1 processors are built on "Kabini" core, which combines "Jaguar" CPU architecture and "Graphics Core Next" GPU architecture, and integrates it all together with all necessary chipset logic on a single system-on-a-chip (SoC). The SoCs have 2 and 4 CPU cores, and the graphics unit comes with 128 shader cores. Feature-wise, new "Kabini" processors are similar to mobile Kabini products with the exception of somewhat higher clocks, and a new PGA type packaging, that simplifies processor upgrade or replacement.   [Full story]
Digitimes reported this week that Intel Haswell Refresh processors will be available next month. That information confirms older reports, like the one published by Hermitage Akihabara back in March. According to Digitimes, Intel originally planned to launch microprocessors in April, and follow with the 9-series desktop in a month. The latest plan is to launch the CPUs together with new chipset in early May. Hermitage Akihabara provided launch date of May 11.   [Full story]
Intel this week released three Quark processors, all featuring extended operating temperature range. New X1001, X1011 and X1021D are qualified to operate from -40°C to +85°C, while offering the same performance and feature-set as Quark X1000, X1010 and X1020D models, that were released in the past two quarters.   [Full story]
Intel is going to retire Atom S1200 microserver processors, and the first Z3700 systems-on-a-chip for tablets. The list of affected models includes Atom S1260, S1240 and S1220, as well as Atom Z3740, Z3740D, Z3770 and Z3770D. All of soon to be discontinued Atoms are based on the Silvermont architecture and manufactured on 22nm technology, however all of them use earlier core steppings B1, B2 or B3.   [Full story]
Intel recently completed transition of Xeon E5 and E7 families to one-generation old Ivy Bridge architecture, and the company is hard at work on the next generation processors, built on the latest Haswell microarchitecture. Similar to Ivy Bridge server lineup, "Haswell" processors will be branded as Xeon E5 and Xeon E7, but their suffix will change from "v2" to "v3". Intel is also going to release new Xeon E3 "Haswell" SKUs, and eventually introduce the next generation E3 microprocessors, utilizing Broadwell architecture.   [Full story]
AMD has announced the Radeon R9 295X2 Graphics card. Powered by the Vesuvius XT GPU, which comprises a pair of Hawaii XT units, this is the dual-GPU powerhouse for the Graphics Core Next based graphics cards. This is a pair of Radeon R9 290X in crossfire, on a single board. It is a power hungry beast, operating well outside the PCI-E power specs, but supplying premium processing power.   [Full story]
Apr 07, 2014   AMD A8-7600 APU delayed
On January 14 AMD launched the first Steamroller-based APUs for socket FM2+ platform, and announced an energy-efficient A8-7600 SKU. The quad-core A8-7600 was a bit slower than the A10-7700K, and did not have the unlocked multiplier. On a positive side, it had about 22% lower price sticker, and supported a "configurable TDP" feature. Rated at 65 Watt when running at stock 3.3 GHz frequency, the APU could be configured to fit into 45 Watt TDP, albeit in this case its base and turbo clocks would be limited to 3.1 GHz and 3.3 GHz respectively.   [Full story]
AMD has launched the FirePRO W9100 professional graphics card. Powered by the same Hawaii XT GPU seen in the Radeon R9 290X, the card runs at a slightly slower core clock speed than its desktop counterpart. It has an unprecedented 16 GB of memory, allowing users to work with much larger internal datasets than previously possible with no sacrifice in performance.   [Full story]
Just two weeks after the launch of the Xeon Phi 7120D co-processor in dense form factor packaging, Intel is ready to introduce another member of the 71xx family. The latest Xeon Phi product, which was added today to Intel's official pricelist, has the model number 7120A. The 7120A is packaged as an add-on card with PCI-Express interface. The co-processor has an active cooling solution on the board, which distinguishes it from the launched last year 7120P (it comes with a passive cooler).   [Full story]
AMD has added the entry level Radeon R5 230 to it's retail graphics card line-up. Previously only available for the OEM market, the R5 230 is a rebrand of the Radeon HD 6450 and HD 7450, albeit with the memory clocked to match the 7450, which is slower than the 6450. The card uses a Caicos Pro GPU, first launched in February 2011, which is powered by the TeraScale 2 Unified Processing Architecture, introduced a year earlier.   [Full story]
Intel last week introduced two entry-level Rangeley C2308 and C2508 processors. The newly launched "Rangeley" chips, together with the original line of C23xx, C25xx and C27xx systems on a chip are positioned as low end offerings for communications and networking embedded devices. The mid-end of the communications/networking market lineup so far was represented by dual- and quad-core Ivy Bridge Gladden processors, available under the Pentium, Core i3 and Xeon E3 brands. Earlier this week Intel released successors of the Ivy Bridge Gladden CPUs, namely Core i5-4402EC, Core i7-4700EC and i7-4702EC.   [Full story]
This week AMD revealed prices of soon to be available socket AM1 Sempron processors. Socket AM1 is a new low-power platform, that combines "Kabini" systems on a chip in an upgradeable PGA package, and an inexpensive motherboard with the minimum amount of logic. The Fusion Controller Hub (FCH), responsible for interfacing between the APU and peripheral devices, on this platform is located on the processor. In theory, this allows owners of such socket AM1 boards to upgrade not only the CPU/GPU, but also the chipset.   [Full story]
Intel prepares to refresh Haswell desktop processors in the second and the third quarters of 2014. The "K" CPUs with unlocked multiplier are expected in Q3, and the microprocessors with locked multiplier will be released a quarter earlier. It was reported that the non-"K" chips will run a bit faster than current generation of Haswell products, and they will be compatible with existing 8-series and future 9-series chipsets. In February we published complete list of Haswell Refresh processors, that will be launched in Q2.   [Full story]
Intel recently expanded Core i5 family with a new low power microprocessor, dubbed as Core i5-4460T. In our February's story (linked below) we listed it along with Haswell desktop refresh SKUs, anticipated to arrive in the second quarter 2014. However, the i5-4460T is not a speed bump of existing product, and that may explain why it was released earlier than the refresh processors.   [Full story]
Intel this week introduced two systems on a chip from Atom C2000 series, aimed at networking and communications markets. New products, Atom C2308 and C2508, are built on the latest 22nm microarchitecture, incorporate up to 4 CPU cores, and support QuickAssist technology. Although the chips come with reduced clock speeds compared to older family members, their main advantage is not a performance, but a lower TDP at the same price point.   [Full story]
Intel prepares to launch the second wave of Atom "Bay Trail-T" products for Android and Windows 8.1 tablets. New Atom Z37x5 lineup will boost graphics performance by as much as 16%, and offer greater variety of SKUs, from budget-oriented Z3735E and up to the new flagship Z3795. The lineup will be comprised of at least 9 different models, most of which were planned to launch this quarter or at the beginning of the second quarter. We now have detailed specifications of seven SKUs, including Atom Z3735D, Z3735E, Z3745, Z3745D, Z3775, Z3775D and Z3795.   [Full story]
Last week a user "Randylahey" in forum purchased a used AMD CPU, and, as it turned out, it was a never seen before FX-670K model. The most peculiar thing is that the processor uses socket FM2. As expected for the FX brand, the CPU has the integrated GPU disabled. The chip was removed from HP Pavilion 500-266ea desktop PC, but it is identified as the FX-670K even on non-HP retail motherboards.   [Full story]
NVidia unveiled the upcoming GeForce GTX Titan-Z at their annual GPU Technology Conference. Billed as a supercomputer that will fit under your desk, the card includes two fully enabled GK110 GPUs. NVidia say it is engineered for next-generation 5K and multi-monitor gaming. They also say that, unlike other dual-GPU cards, the two GPUs are tuned to run at the same clock speeds, which they claim is not the case for traditional dual-GPU cards.   [Full story]
Updated Mar 26
Mar 25, 2014   Intel Celeron N2807 processor released
In February Intel launched the first "Bay Trail-M" mobile systems on a chip (SoC) with a new core stepping C0, that had a few important USB controller enhancements. New models were Pentium N3530, Celeron N2830 and N2930. Last week Intel added another mobile Celeron with stepping C0 to their product database. The new Celeron, dubbed N2807, is supposed to replace the N2806. Some characteristics of the N2807 were slightly improved, which should result in faster performance and a bit lower power consumption.   [Full story]
At the beginning of this month AMD announced socket AM1 platform, that would bring "Kabini" Accelerated Processing units to desktop computers. New feature of socket AM1-compatible parts is a PGA packaging, that should make it easier to build a low power system with desired board features and performance, not to mention an ability to upgrade such system in the future. The processors will be branded as Athlon and Sempron, have 2 or 4 CPU cores, and operate at frequencies at up to 2.05 GHz.   [Full story]
Intel this week expanded Xeon Phi 7100 family with the 7120D coprocessor. The 7100 series consists of premium Xeon Phi products, aimed at the most demanding High Performance Computing tasks. These co-processors are clocked higher and have more on-board memory than more budget oriented 5100 and 3100 series. The first two Xeon Phi models, the 7120A and 7120X, were packaged as an addon cards with and without cooling solutions. The latest Xeon Phi 7120D is a "dense form factor" product, that looks like a 5" x 6" PCB board with a 230-pin edge finger connection.   [Full story]
Intel this week revealed desktop roadmap enhancements and new technologies at a Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The enhancements to the roadmap consist of several unlocked products, including Haswell-based Pentium and Core microprocessors, "Haswell-E" Extreme Edition CPUs, and Broadwell Core CPUs.   [Full story]
AMD in January announced their latest family of desktop processors, based on "Kaveri" core, and the company is hard at work on the next generation of APUs, due in 2015. The future Accelerated Processing Units for desktop and mobile computers will be codenamed "Carrizo", and they will be built on "Excavator" microarchitecture. Some details of these products were revealed this week by "Bright Side of News" hardware news site. They got hands on a document, titled "Preliminary BIOS and Kernel Developerís Guide (BKDG) for AMD Family 15h Models 60h-6Fh Processors", that described internal architecture of Carrizo APUs.   [Full story]
As may already know, Intel "Haswell Refresh" desktop products are coming in the second and third quarters of this year. Due to a minor (in most cases) speed boost, the microprocessors are expected to have a few percent better overall performance than Haswell counterparts, launched in 2013. Xeon E3-1200 v3 family for single-socket workstations is also going to be refreshed, and it is likely that they will also have slightly higher clocks speeds, while the rest of the features will stay unchanged. Specifications of forthcoming Xeon E3s are not known yet, but we now have a list of their model numbers.   [Full story]
Intel's current mid-range communications/networking platform, codenamed Crystal Forest Gladden, is going to be replaced with Glen Forest platform in a matter of weeks. The new platform will combine Cave Creek chipset with Core i5-4402EC, Core i7-4700EC and i7-4702EC microprocessors, based on a "Haswell Mobile Comms" core. As the core name suggests, they are essentially mobile Core i5 and i7 "Haswell" chips with a couple of features disabled, and a couple of extra features added.   [Full story]
We reported in January on new Intel Atom Z3700 series processors for tablets, spotted in an OEM manufacturer roadmap. Among new models, the roadmap mentioned Z3775D, Z3735D/E and Z3735G/F "Bay Trail-T" chips, aimed at $200+, $150+ and $99+ tablet market segments. VR-Zone in February posted overview of Intel roadmap for this year, that not only confirmed these model numbers, but also listed unreleased Atom Z3645, Z3745D, Z3775 and Z3795 SKUs. Yesterday Intel published Product Change Notification (PCN), that had more details on upcoming Bay Trail-T models.   [Full story]
NVidia has launched the GeForce 800M top to bottom line-up of new notebook graphics cards. The line-up comprises of the entry-level Fermi based GeForce 820M, Maxwell based 830M through GTX 860M and high-end Kepler based GTX 870M and GTX 880M. The GeForce GTX 850M and higher SKUs introduce a new ultra-high efficiency mode, Battery Boost. Additionally, the GeForce 840 and higher products introduce two new GeForce Experience features, ShadowPlay and GameStream.   [Full story]
Intel announced Quark family of ultra low power embedded systems on a chip in September of last year. The first launched SKU was Quark X1000, a single-core and single-threaded processor, that integrated DDR3 memory controller, a number of communication interfaces and legacy logic. The chip was clocked at 400 MHz and had very low TDP, just 2.2 Watt. Up to this month the X1000 was the only processor in Quark family, but recently Intel added two new models: X1010 and X1020D.   [Full story]
in January we reported on a new Xeon Phi 7120D co-processor, spotted in the "Xeon Phi Product Family Performance" document, published by Intel. The co-processor, that apparently has the same features and performance as production 7120P and 7120X models but lower TDP, will be available in dense form factor. The co-processors in this form factor require an external cooling solution, and use a 230-pin connector, compatible with PCI-Express x24. According to our sources, the 7120D will be released in the first quarter 2014.   [Full story]
Intel this week launched E5-4600 v2, the last series of server processors, powered by Ivy Bridge architecture. The E5-4600 v2 CPUs have the same built-in features as Xeon E5-2600 v2 family, however they can scale up to 4 sockets. Compared to the first generation E5-4600 products, the v2 chips offer more cores, more cache, and greater memory bandwidth, which ultimately results in much higher performance. The CPUs also incorporate new float 16 instructions, APIC virtualization, Digital Random Number Generator, and support for OS Guard feature.   [Full story]
AMD has announced the latest member of the Rx 200 Series graphics cards. The Radeon R9 280 is based on the Tahiti Pro GPU, and is basically a rebranded HD 7950 with a slight increase of clock speeds. It is expected in the retail market over the next few weeks, at an MSRP of $279, and looks like it is set to complete the R9 200 line-up.   [Full story]
Back in January, AMD launched the first "Kaveri" APUs, featuring the latest "Steamroller" architecture with improved per-clock performance. The chips also incorporated newer Radeon R7 GCN graphics unit, that added support for Heterogeneous System Architecture. The processors had 4 CPU cores, and were priced at $150 and higher. Less expensive dual-core "Kaveri" APUs are planned to be launched in the second quarter, and in the meantime AMD prepared several budget "Richland" models, including A4-4020, A4-6320 and A6-6420K.   [Full story]
Intel's line of "Sandy Bridge-E" extreme CPUs was launched in Q4 2011, and consisted of i7-3930K and i7-3960X models. The processors had such innovated features as 6 Hyper-Threaded CPU cores, up to 15 MB of level 3 cache, and quad-channel memory controller, but on another side they were priced at premium and required new and expensive socket 2011 motherboards. The family was expanded with Core i7-3820K and i7-3970X SKUs in 2012, and replaced with Core i7-4xxx "Ivy Bridge-E" products last year.   [Full story]
AMD today announced socket AM1 platform for entry-level and low-power desktop PCs. The platform, previously known as socket FS1b, works with dual- and quad-core "Kabini" Accelerated Processing Units, built on "Jaguar" CPU microarchitecture and Graphics Core Next GPU architecture. The APUs also integrate a DDR3 memory controller, that supports data rates up to 1600 MHz. Furthermore, the chips integrate a Fusion Controller Hub (FCH), providing such functionality as USB 2.0/3.0 and SATA 6 GB/s data I/O interfaces, as well as VGA, DisplayPort and HDMI video interfaces.   [Full story]
Last weekend Intel added Celeron N2830 "Bay Trail-M" system on a chip to the official price list. According to the latest revision of "Bay Trail" specification update, the N2830 uses a new core stepping, that fixes a number of USB defects. Also, CPU and GPU clock speeds of the SoC are slightly different from the Celeron N2820. More details on the N2830 were published by Intel this week, and they revealed that the processor has two new features. Additionally, Intel published specifications of Celeron N2930 and Pentium N3530, that were also launched this week.   [Full story]
Last year Intel launched first "Haswell" desktop processors, that boosted performance of the CPU side by up to 10%, and significantly raised performance of the integrated GPU. This year will be less exciting as the company does not plan to introduce new desktop architecture. Instead, Intel will offer products, based on a year-old Haswell core. Preliminary specs of "Haswell" refresh CPUs indicate that almost all of them will have 100 MHz higher clock rate compared to their predecessors.   [Full story]
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