Market share expansion shut down
A leading Wall Street firm has downgraded AMD, due to Chipzilla’s destructive actions against its smaller rival in the desktop PC space to slow down its market share expansion.
Just before announcing Q4 results
The chairman of Intel’s board of directors, Omar Ishrak, is stepping down just days before the chipmaker is due to report its Q4 earnings.
I226-V controller causes frequent connection drops
Intel's latest I226-V 2.5GbE Ethernet controller, which debuted on 700-series motherboards, may have a design flaw. User reports from the Intel, Microsoft, and Asus communities claim that the I226-V controller causes frequent connections randomly.
$700 million facility will not be built
Intel has officially abandoned its plans to build a mega lab in Hillsboro, Oregon. The Oregonian received a statement today saying that the $700M facility will not be built.
Came a little too soon
Chipzilla surprised the world of tech on 6 January by announcing that it will kill off its Virtual Raid on CPU (VROC) technology that is popular with its data centre Xeon chips. Now it is telling us that the announcement was too soon.
Tsar Putin has come up with a work around which will allow his military machine to be powered by Intel chip upgrades as it continues to march across Europe.
Up for grabs in the Netherlands for €799
While it was already spotted in France and in China, the Intel Core i9-13900KS is now available in the Netherlands as well for €799.
6GHz out of the box
Observers were a little surprised that in the middle of Chipzilla's 13th Gen announcements it did not mention a new KS or "special edition" CPU, but it appears that some details have been spotted in China.
The full lineup of non-K SKUs
Intel has officially unveiled its non-K 13th Gen Core Raptor Lake CPUs with 65W TDP.