Intel

The Intel Core i7-7700K (91W) Review: The New Out-of-the-box Performance Champion

July 30, 2017

The i7-7700K, launched today, is Intel's fastest ever consumer grade processor. Using Intel’s third set of processors at 14nm, using the new 14+ variant, we get processors with a better frequency / voltage curve that translates into more performance, better efficiency, and the potential to push the silicon further and harder. Here is our review.  […]

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Intel Compute Card: A Universal Compute Form-Factor for Different Kinds of Devices

July 30, 2017

At CES 2017, Intel introduced a new form-factor for computing platforms in order to enable easy development, configuration, maintenance, repair and upgrade of various devices. Intel’s Compute Card is as small as a credit card, but, packs everything needed for computing, including the CPU, DRAM, storage, communications and I/O. The first cards are set to […]

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Intel Officially Launches Baby Canyon NUCs with Kaby Lake: Thunderbolt Makes a Re-entry

July 30, 2017

The Baby Canyon NUCs were leaked in July 2016, and Intel officially launched the units at CES 2017. The first-generation NUCs based on Ivy Bridge had a SKU with Thunderbolt support. However, Thunderbolt went missing till it came back in the Skull Canyon NUC (NUC6i7KYK) last year. The Alpine Ridge controller for Thunderbolt 3 also […]

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ASRock Beebox-S 7200U Kaby Lake UCFF PC Review

July 30, 2017

The Kaby Lake-U (KBL-U) series with 15W TDP CPUs was introduced along with the 4.5W Kaby Lake-Y ones in Q3 2016. The first set of products with Kaby Lake-U were ultrabooks. However, ultra-compact form-factor (UCFF) PCs were not long behind. There are already three vendors in the market with Kaby Lake UCFF PCs – ASRock […]

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Logic Supply ML100G-50 Fanless Skylake vPro Industrial NUC Review

July 30, 2017

The ML100 series of passively cooled PCs from Logic Supply utilize the NUC / UCFF (ultra-compact form factor) motherboards. Currently, that lineup includes Bay Trail, Broadwell, and Skylake-based units. The ML100G-50 that we are looking at today is the Skylake vPro version. Introduction and Product Impressions The ML100G-30 released in early 2015 came with a […]

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The Intel Core i5-7600K (91W) Review: The More Amenable Mainstream Performer

July 30, 2017

The Core i5-7600K, launched today, is the other unlocked processor from Intel’s 7th Generation line of Kaby Lake Processors. Kaby Lake is Intel’s third set of processors at 14nm, using the new 14+ process variant, which aims to give processors with a better frequency / voltage curve that translates into more performance, better efficiency, and […]

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CES 2017: Intel Press Event Live Blog

July 30, 2017

07:05PM EST – Ian and I are here at Intel’s CES 2017 press event 07:05PM EST – As you can see from the pictures, this is a very different kind of event 07:05PM EST – Everyone gets VR headsets 07:05PM EST – And here we go 07:05PM EST – This should run for 45 minutes […]

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Fujitsu Announces 13.3″ Lifebook U937/P and UH75/B1: 7th Gen Core i5, 8hr Battery, Under 1.77 lbs

July 30, 2017

Fujitsu has introduced its new Lifebook U937/P notebook that weighs under 800 grams (1.76 lbs), but offers a fully-fledged Intel Core i5 Kaby Lake-U processor as well as a 13.3” display with FHD resolution. The notebook is designed for business users and thus comes with features like a fingerprint reader. Fujitsu did not announce many […]

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Intel Announces Record Quarterly Revenue And Full-Year Revenue For Q4’2016

July 30, 2017

This afternoon, Intel announced their quarterly earnings for the fourth quarter of their 2016 fiscal year. Intel set a new record for revenue for this quarter, coming in at $16.4 billion. This is up 10% from a year ago. For the year, Intel brought in $59.4 billion, up 7% from their 2015 results. Intel’s gross […]

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Intel to Equip Fab 42 for 7 nm

July 30, 2017

Intel this week announced plans to bring its Fab 42 online to produce semiconductors using a 7 nm fabrication process. It will take three to four years, and the move will cost Intel several billions of dollars but will create approximately 3,000 of high-tech jobs in Chandler, Arizona. Unfortunately, Intel did not share details about […]

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