Retailers continue to sell out quickly
A recent report by the folks at The Motley Fool suggests that Intel finally seems to have things under control for its high-end 14-nanometer Skylake desktop parts with improving yields and more stock on retail shelves.
Sent to clients
Qualcomm announced a plan to send its 24-core server CPU to clients a year after first announced the project's existance.
The Hydro Series H5 SF liquid CPU cooler
Corsair has launched a rather interesting all-in-one (AiO) low-profile liquid CPU cooler aimed to be used with smaller motherboards and PC cases, the Hydro Series H5 SF.
Boltz is the mann
Troubled chipmaker AMD is putting a lot of its limited investment money into the “Boltzmann Initiative” which is uses heterogeneous system architecture ability to harness both CPU and AMD GPU for compute efficiency through software.
Exclusive: Talks taking place
Our industry sources claim that Microsoft is seriously talking to AMD about buying the chipmaker. The pair have been in talks for a while, but we are unsure if the deal is happening or when something will be announced.
Skylake-U CPU and DDR4 memory
While we already had a chance to see some slides suggesting that Intel is preparing Skylake-U based NUCs for the second half of the year, one such Switft Canyon NUC has been spotted at IDF 2015, running Skylake-U CPU and DDR4 memory.
Omnishield is not CPU centric
Imagination claims to have come up with a different sort of security system which it says is not CPU centric.
After 28/32nm comes 14nm Zen line
AMD has an update for investors and this information was supposed to get to them at the financial conference call scheduled for May. It got out a bit earlier than that and gave us some insight into AMD's plans for 2016.
Active and passive CPU cooler for AMD's AM1 platform
Arctic has unveiled two new CPU coolers for AMD's socket AM1 which should be much better than noisy stock CPU cooler, the Alpine M1 and Alpine M1-Passive.
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