Demand outstripping supply
Chipzilla seems to have made a mistake over the demand for its eight- and 10-core Core X processors for the high-end desktop market.
Full of more glue than Lloyd Bridges
Intel is clearly feeling a little insecure about AMD’s new Epyc Server processor range based on the RyZen technology.
Arriving in the second half of the year
Supermicro has released a line of new X11 generation servers and storage solutions based around Chipzilla’s Xeon Scalable processor family.
In order to improve Core i3 sales
According to a report that surfaced online, Intel is allegedly limiting or even killing the production of its Pentium G4560 dual-core LGA1151 CPU in order to improve its Core i3 sales.
AMD has announced the appointment of Abhi Talwalkar to its board.
Jobs going now
For ages Intel has been banging on about the Internet of Things and how it will be the saviour of the chip business.
It now has 28 percent market share
A report from PassMark says that AMD increased its market share from 18 percent last quarter to 24 percent. This is AMD’s largest single quarter share gain in history and it is all thanks to Ryzen.
Motherboard manufacturers or Intel to blame?
A well-known overclocker, der8auer, went out on a limb saying that current motherboards based on Intel's X299 chipset are not properly designed and due to high-temperature VRM, and mostly due to a bad heatsink design, are an overclocking nightmare.
With 12 PCIe slots
With cryptocurrency mining creating havoc on the GPU market, Biostar is looking to cash in on the craze by releasing a motherboard based on Intel's B250 chipset and with no less than 12 PCI-Express slots, the TB250-BTC Pro.