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Intel, Microsoft Bring Merged Reality, Immersive Gaming, Always-Connected PCs and More to Life

Intel, Microsoft Bring Merged Reality, Immersive Gaming, Always-Connected PCs and More to Life Depth, Breadth of Intel Architecture Drives Innovation Across Form Factors, Price Points and Experiences By Navin Shenoy Earlier this year I talked about the Darwinian nature of the PC and how its unique characteristics have enabled it to adapt and evolve with …

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Intel and Drone Technology – Breaking New Ground

Intel and Drone Technology – Breaking New Ground Intel’s Leaders Believe Drones are an Important Computing Platform for the Future By Anil Nanduri of Intel The last month has been a whirlwind of drone activity. In October, we announced our first Intel-branded commercial multirotor drone for the North American markets – the Intel® Falcon 8+ …

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Intel Atom E3900 Series Processor Announced

Intel Atom E3900 Series Processor Announced

Intel Atom E3900 Series Processor Announced New Processor Series Moves Computing Power Nearer to Sensor, Alleviating Need to Push All Processing to Data Center The Internet of Things (IoT) is linking billions of smart and connected devices to each other, creating a wave of change in how we live and work. The number of connected machines is …

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Intel i5-6600K Processor Review

Intel i5-6600K Processor Review Today in Cowcotland, we’ll tell you about a processor of Skylake series: the Intel i5-6600K . Using 4 physical cores, this processor can be found in our regions around the 260 €. This i5 therefore does not offer as many logical cores that I7. But is this really penalizing? Will he …

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Intel Core i7-6800K CPU Review

Intel Core i7-6800K CPU Review Today in Cowcotland, we’ll tell you about a series processor of Broadwell-E: the Intel 6800K . Hyperthreading using 6 physical cores, this processor can be found in our regions around the 459 €. This ranks i7 5820K above the tariff level, but he will be as well in the benchmarks? …

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Intel to Deliver Leading Platform for Artificial Intelligence

Intel to Deliver Leading Platform for Artificial Intelligence By Jason Waxman of Intel Intel is known for pushing the edge of technology innovation, both creating and leading major advancements in the industry. We did it first with the move from mainframes to standards-based servers, and then again with the move to cloud computing and software-defined …

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Intel Core i7-6950X Broadwell-E CPU Review

Intel Core i7-6950X Broadwell-E CPU Review The Intel Core i7-6950X Broadwell-E CPU arrived Technic3D. We will check the High-End Processor from Intel on a 2011-3-Mainboard with DDR4 Ram, against the Intel Core i7-4790K, 6700K, 5960X, 5820K, i5-6500, AMD A10-6800K and many more. More see you in the following Review… at Technic3D Related Items: Intel Core i5-4670K …

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The Foundation of Artificial Intelligence

The Foundation of Artificial Intelligence By Diane Bryant of Intel Artificial Intelligence (AI): Intelligence exhibited by machines Intel is a company that powers the cloud and billions of smart, connected computing devices. Thanks to the pervasive reach of cloud computing, the ever decreasing cost of compute enabled by Moore’s Law, and the increasing availability of …

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Intel Core i7-6950X CPU Review

Intel Core i7-6950X CPU Review Broadwell-E has been here for a while, but it has certainly not been easy for us to get some of these CPUs, but it has finally succeeded, and we’ve actually got hold of several models, but as always take we one by one to make it simple… at Hardware-TEST Related Items: …

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Intel Core i7-6700 CPU Review

Intel Core i7-6700 CPU Review Today in house Cowcotland, we’ll tell you about a series processor of Skylake: the Intel 6700. Using 4 physical hyperthreading, this processor can be found in our regions around the 330. This is one of the cheapest in its class. Will it hold a candle to its big brothers better equipped …

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The Future of Autonomous Driving Starts Today

The Future of Autonomous Driving Starts Today By Brian Krzanich Intel is a company that powers the cloud and the billions of smart, connected computing devices that connect to it. As we continue our transformation to focus more deeply on the virtuous cycle that has emerged — the cloud and data center, the Internet of …

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Intel Core I7 6950X Extreme Edition Broadwell-E CPU Review

Intel Core I7 6950X Extreme Edition Broadwell-E CPU Review While you have a bit of financial pain moving to the latest and greatest Extreme Edition processors, you are guaranteed a specific performance window for doing so. In my testing, I found there were very few scenarios where the Core i7 6950X did not exceed the …

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Intel i7-6900K Processor Review

Intel i7-6900K Processor Review It’s that time again… the NDA has expired on a new range of Intel products and this time it’s the high-end of the CPU market which is getting some love. For everyone who loves their X99 systems on socket 2011-3 Intel is releasing the refresh for Haswell-E, Broadwell-E. With unlocked CPUs, …

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Intel i7-6950X Broadwell-E CPU Review

Intel i7-6950X Broadwell-E CPU Review Today we are going to get a chance to review Intel’s next processor in their High-End Desktop (HEDT) platform. Broadwell-E, specifically the i7-6950X, brings us our first 10 core CPU which isn’t based on the Xeon or Opteron platforms. Typically this brings with it lower clocks speeds, or high pricing. …

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The Era of 5G: The Machines Are Coming

The Era of 5G: The Machines Are Coming By Aicha Evans of Intel The definition of mobility is changing and broadening every day. Today’s mobile world was built for smartphones with voice and data in mind. In tomorrow’s world, nothing is mobile because everything is mobile. It will be a world built for connected cars, connected factories …

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Intel 750 Series 400GB NVMe Solid State Drive Review

Intel 750 Series 400GB NVMe Solid State Drive Review Intel introduced their 750 Series solid state drives last year. Back then and even now not many people know what NVMe is. NVMe stands for Non-Volatile Memory Express and it is a protocol that has been designed from the ground up to capitalize on the low …

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Computer Upgrades: A Data-Based Perspective

In this editorial research article for Benchmark Reviews, I’ll examine two $350 desktop computer systems, two widely different computer upgrade paths, and a data-based approach to attempt to answer the ever-popular question: “what should I upgrade next on my PC?”. Given that $350 and an AMD-based computer, is it worth adding $350-worth of graphics power, or should a gaming enthusiast take that same amount and use it to switch sockets to Intel?

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Intel Data Center P3320 and P3520 Series SSDs Introduced

Intel Data Center P3320 and P3520 Series SSDs Introduced

Intel Data Center P3320 and P3520 Series SSDs Introduced New SSDs Targeted at Cloud, Internet of Things, Consumer and Enterprise Applications In today’s digital world, it is essential to have a fast and dependable way to access and store data, whether in the cloud, in a data center, on a PC or on a connected …

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Intel Skull Canyon NUC Introduced

Intel Skull Canyon NUC Introduced

Intel Skull Canyon NUC Introduced Earth’s population has reached nearly 7.5 billion people—and 1.3 billion of them are PC gamers!1  The Intel Extreme Masters eSports tournament alone attracts 100,000 live spectators to an arena, with over a million additional online viewers/participants. So to say that worldwide gaming is a serious business with strong growth potential …

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Intel P3700 400GB PCI-Express SSD Review

Intel P3700 400GB PCI-Express SSD Review Last year Intel introduced the P3700, P3600 and P3500 series, the first SSDs with the PCI-Express interface that combined four lanes with the modern NVMe protocol. This combination means that these professional SSDs are capable of higher speeds than the conventional Serial ATA and AHCI models. We tested the …

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Intel SSD 750 1.2TB PCIe SSD Review

Intel SSD 750 1.2TB PCIe SSD Review What a performace ! With the SSD 750 Series Intel has released a high-end consumer SSD which should drive tears of joy in the eyes of even the biggest hardware enthusiasts due to the x4 PCIe 3.0 NVMe connection. The PCI Express 3.0 x4 card is available in …

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Intel Core i7 6700K Skylake Processor Review

Intel Core i7 6700K Skylake Processor Review Well I would love to say that I had a pleasurable experience testing the new chipset and processor but the best overall experience I can mention was frustration. When the system ran I could say that I did have a nice experience, performance per Intel is a 10% …

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Intel Core i7-5775C CPU Review

Intel Core i7-5775C CPU Review Compatible with 9-series chipsets and conforming to the LGA1150 socket, the new Intel Broadwell LGA processors are a 14nm die-shrink of the 22nm Haswell CPUs. Sitting at the top of this batch is the new Intel Core i7-5775C flagship CPU which has HyperThreading and is unlocked just like the Intel …

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Intel & Micron Unveil 3D XPoint Memory Technology

Intel Corporation and Micron Technology, Inc. today unveiled 3D XPoint™ technology, a non-volatile memory that has the potential to revolutionize any device, application or service that benefits from fast access to large sets of data. Now in production, 3D XPoint technology is a major breakthrough in memory process technology and the first new memory category since the introduction of NAND flash in 1989.

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Intel Broadwell Core i7 5775C CPU Review

Intel Broadwell Core i7 5775C CPU Review The Intel Broadwell processor has a 14nm die, some microcode and memory controller changes as well as the addition of an L4 cache and the new Iris graphics processor. With a base frequency of 3.3 GHz we can’t consider it a speed bump since the Haswell 4770K has …

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