AMD and Intel compete for desktop processor market share, with the companies both recently releasing new chips that offer great performance and value.
Intel has discontinued several 6th-generation Skylake processors, which have been succeeded by the Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake architectures.
Find out how mobile Kaby Lake processors compare to previous CPU generations.
You don’t need an advanced quad-core processor for modern gaming.
We’ve compared the performance-per-rand of Intel’s best gaming processors.
The projected improvements for Zen processors predict a massive increase in performance.
The Digital Storm Aura cutting-edge all-in-one gaming PC packs some serious hardware.
Intel has revealed the full capabilities and upcoming features of its 6th Gen architecture.
Intel has unveiled its new Apollo Lake platform, featuring 14nm Goldmont Atom cores.
Overclocking is back for non-K Intel Skylake CPUs, thanks to ASRock and a bit of wizzadry.
Intel wants overclocking to be offered as the unique property of the processors marketed as such; in other words, the more expensive Skylakes.
Not only is the Intel i7-6700K capable of besting a number of Intel’s higher tier enthusiast/extreme CPUs, but it overclocks like an absolute beast.
It seems just a tad suspicious to us.
Even if your new LGA 1151 motherboard claims DDR3 support.
And they’re not half bad.
Are they worth it, you decide.
The i7-6700K is shaping up to be quite the overclocker.
And it’s a lot chunkier too.
There’s more to it than simply purchasing a new CPU.
And it’s good news all-round.