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Mercury says that Intel is in trouble
Published in News
Friday, 12 August 2022 13:09

Mercury says that Intel is in trouble


Continues to smack Chipzilla in the servers 

A research company named after the Roman communication god Mercury (who was also famous for lying and stealing cattle) claims that AMD is cleaning Intel's clock when it comes to servers. 

Intel shows Arc A750 performance numbers
Published in Graphics
Thursday, 11 August 2022 12:42

Intel shows Arc A750 performance numbers


Updated: Tested in 48 DX12 and Vulkan games, up to 5% faster than RTX 3060

Intel has released some benchmark numbers for its upcoming Arc A750 graphics card, showing performance in 48 DX12 and Vulkan API games and comparing it to Nvidia's RTX 3060 graphics card.

Intel might lop off its GPU unit
Published in News
Thursday, 11 August 2022 10:53

Intel might lop off its GPU unit


Losing too much money

Jon Peddie Research thinks Intel might chop its Accelerated Computing Systems and Graphics Group (AXG).

SGX defences breached again
Published in News
Wednesday, 10 August 2022 11:49

SGX defences breached again


Penetrated more times than Mae West

Intel's latest generation of CPUs are supposed to be a fortress for the safekeeping of encryption keys but contain a vulnerability which allows attackers to obtain encryption keys and other confidential information.

Intel Arc goes Pro with Arc Pro A-series GPUs
Published in Graphics


Arc Pro A30M, Arc Pro A40, and Arc Pro A50

As expected and detailed earlier, Intel has now officially unveiled its Intel Arc Pro A-series professional range of graphics processing units (GPUs).

MSI boards the Intel Arc train
Published in Graphics
Monday, 08 August 2022 12:25

MSI boards the Intel Arc train


Arc A380 and A310, but only for pre-built systems

MSI is obviously going to be one of Intel's Arc partners as MSI-branded Arc A380 and A310 have been spotted in MSI pre-built systems.

Broke Italians pay $5 billion to make Intel rich
Published in PC Hardware


Wants it to build a semiconductor packaging and assembly plant

The nation which built an empire stretching from the Britain to Persia is following its neo-liberal dreams by giving Intel $5 billion to build a semiconductor packaging and assembly plant in the country.

Raptor Lake leaks show it could be disappointing
Published in PC Hardware


Underwhelming

Leaks of Intel’s Raptor Lake processors are looking rather underwhelming.

Intel shows Arc A750 GPU running Death Stranding game
Published in Graphics


Talks VRR, HDR, and HDMI on Intel Arc Graphics

Intel has released yet another video showcasing its Arc Graphics support for VRR, HDR, and HDMI, as well as showing the performance of the Arc A750 in Death Stranding: Director's Cut game.

Intel profits plunge
Published in PC Hardware
Friday, 29 July 2022 12:31

Intel profits plunge


Worse than even Wall Street predicted 

Intel reported that its second-quarter revenues and profits were below what the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street predicted.