The Core “Broadwell” SoCs by Intel exclusively for the desktops and the notebooks have been delayed and they are now expected to make their way somewhere earlier in the year 2014; probably by the first quarter. This delay is predominantly due to the delays caused in the production process being faced by the 14 nanometer silicon fabrication node. The chips are supposedly based on these nodes and hence they have to face the delays.
Gigabyte has just announced a new motherboard into their G1 series of gaming motherboards. This board is the G1.Sniper B5 and is aimed at more modest gamers as it is based on the mid-range Intel B85 Express platform.
Intel’s Xeon Phi coprocessors are PCI-Express compute accelerators made for supercomputers, much like NVIDIA’s Tesla GPU cards. These coprocessors were announced last November and the next expansion of the Xeon Phi family is planned for 2014.
Acrosser Technology, the Taiwanese manufacturer of single board and embedded computers has announced its new atom equipped main board; the Mini ITX main board, AMB-D255T3. Equipped with the Intel dual- core 1.86 GHz Atom Processor D2550, the Mini ITX features some of the best specifications for the ultimate performance.
Intel recently launched their Bay Trail platform last week at IDF13. This new 22nm architecture offers many new features. While Bay Trail is mainly focused at the tablet and notebook market it looks like it will be heading to the desktop market in the form of NUC systems.
One of the world’s very first NFC enabled desktop has been launched by ASUS. The multinational computer hardware and electronics company has announced the M70 PC which will be equipped with the latest fourth generation Intel core processor for a remarkable performance and to make increased support for all sorts of demanding tasks, the best […]
Five overclocking world records were broken by the ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) Rampage IV Black Edition. ASUS, the leading multinational of computer hardware and other electronics, hosted an event in San Francisco along with Corsair and Intel where the Rampage IV black Edition was paired with other high end components and was given the highest scores in five different areas.
At IDF13 San Francisco Intel was showing off a PC running their next generation Haswell-E processor and new DDR4 memory. Our friends over at VR-Zone were able to get a good shot of the system and details on what was running and the new platform.
Intel has launched the all new ‘Bay Trail’ which is the name for its newly developed family of low power systems on a chip (SoC). By the end of this year, all the leading brands such as Lenovo, Dell and Toshiba will be incorporating these chips into their tablets, two in one and other mobile devices.