The trick is to find how much GPU and CPU performance your PC requires, and where you can save money by not purchasing an overly-powerful CPU.
Computer chips, like desktop CPUs, are made from something rather technically unimpressive: sand.
Researchers at Stanford have found a way to improve the performance of next-generation processors by coating copper interconnects with graphene.
A leaked Intel document has provided clock speeds, specifications, and more details of the Kaby Lake Core i5 and i7 processors.
Find out how mobile Kaby Lake processors compare to previous CPU generations.
The first benchmarks for Intel’s new Kaby Lake Core i7-7700 processor have been revealed, and the results are impressive.
You don’t need an advanced quad-core processor for modern gaming.
This is everything you need to know about all the components inside your gaming PC.
The first information on Intel’s monstrous 7th-generation processors.
Verified benchmarks of the upcoming Zen Summit Ridge processor have been revealed.
The specifications of AMD’s upcoming Zen processors have been leaked online.
AMD’s new Zen CPUs have reportedly hit a snag with development.
A team of researchers from University of California, Davis, have built a 1000-core processor capable of high-level parallel processing.
The projected improvements for Zen processors predict a massive increase in performance.
Intel has announced its newest Broadwell-EX series of processors, the Xeon E7-8800 and E7-880.
An Overclock.net user has released benchmarks of Intel’s flagship Core i7-6950X processor.
ASRock has confirmed the specifications of the upcoming Intel Broadwell-E processors.
According to AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su, Zen processor architecture will arrive for high-end and enthusiast gaming PCs first at the end of this year.
We’d guess that AMD’s Zen has almost certainly gotten to Intel because they’re reportedly working on a 5.1 GHz quad core Xeon processor.
Today’s technology topic: what’s in store for that loneliest segment of the tech world, fans of AMD’s processors? And should we care about the launch of Zen?