Reptar is a high-severity CPU bug
Intel has pushed some microcode updates to fix a high-severity CPU bug that has the potential to be maliciously exploited against cloud-based hosts.
We are on track
US chip group Intel is on track to deliver five upgrades to its advanced manufacturing process in four years, CEO Pat [kicking] Gelsinger said.
Produce secret chips for the military
Intel may receive billions in US government funding to build secret facilities that produce microchips for the military.
Revenue down but beats its outlook
Intel has announced its third quarter 2023 financial results, reporting a revenue of $14.2 billion with a 45.8 percent gross margin, and $0.41 EPS. The report shows Intel getting back on track and steady progress on its IDM 2.0 strategy.
There’s an app for that
Users were somewhat disappointed that Intel’s latest 14th gen chips were not a vast improvement over the 13th-gen in gaming performance, but a new Intel Application Optimization (APO) feature promises to fix that issue.
Core Raptor Lake Refresh comes as i9-14900K, i7-14700K, i5-14600K
Intel has now officially launched its Core Raptor Lake Refresh desktop processors which will be known as the Intel Core 14th Gen series. Launching at the same price points as the 13th gen counterparts, the Core 14th gen promises up to 23 percent better gaming performance compared to the competition, and up to 54 percent better performance in creator workflows.
Aimed at 1080p gaming
Intel has officially launched its new Arc A580 desktop graphics card at $179. Aimed at mid-range market gaming, the Arc A580 promises to deliver a playable framerate at 1080p resolution with medium to high graphics settings.
Performance increase for multiple titles
Intel has released the Intel Graphics Driver 220.127.116.1185 with support for Arc A-Series Graphics and Iris Xe Graphics GPUs. These are beta drivers but also bring Game On driver support for Forza Motorsport and Assassin’s Creed Mirage on Arc A-series graphics cards.
Intel will retain a majority stake
Intel said it will treat its programmable chip unit as a standalone business and wants to spin it off through an IPO in two to three years.
Big win for Europe
A moment ago, Intel´s CEO Pat Gelsinger announced the start of high-volume manufacturing on the Intel 4 process technology at Fab 34 in Leixlip, Ireland.