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  1. Intel 11th-gen CPUs might not all be based on Intel's latest architecture The series will reportedly be a mix of Rocket Lake-S and Comet Lake-S SKUs (Image credit: Shutterstock) Intel’s 11th-generation CPU lineup will reportedly feature CPUs based on the current-gen Comet Lake-S architecture. That’s according to website ijiandao.com, which claims the lineup, which is expected to be unveiled at CES next month, will feature higher-end processors based on Rocket Lake-S and lower-end chips based on Comet Lake-S.
  2. AMD and Intel have a formidable new foe but you’ll never guess who it is Graviton2 is a game changer (Image credit: Panumas Nikhomkhai / Pexels) An unexpected rival has emerged that could give Intel and AMD a run for their money, at least in the very lucrative server and cloud computing market. Amazon’s new Graviton2 CPU has been tested extensively by Andrei Frumusanu from our sister website Anandtech, and the results show this new kid on the block outstrips the incumbents when it comes to performance per dollar.
  3. Intel Tiger Lake leaked benchmarks suggest good – and bad – news for AMD By Carly Page 14 hours ago The quad-core Intel Core i7-1165G7 has shown up on 3DMark ahead of its mid-2020 debut (Image credit: Future) Intel’s 11th-generation Tiger Lake quad-core CPU has been spotted once again in online benchmarks, and this time it's been pitted against the AMD Ryzen 7 4800U. The processor in question is the Intel Core i7-1165G7, a quad-core, eight-thread APU based on the chipmaker's new 10nm+ Willow Cove architecture
  4. AMD dominates Intel in CPU sales - at least according to one retailer AMD claimed 83% of sales at Mindfactory (Image credit: Future) Intel's newly-released Comet Lake processors are failing to make a dent in sales of AMD CPUs, according to Mindfactory. New sales data released by the German retailer and spotted by Hexus shows that in the week of June 1 to June 7, it sold 5,270 AMD processors, compared to just 770 Intel CPUs.
  5. AMD vs Intel: which chipmaker does processors better? The battle between AMD and Intel rages on (Image credit: AMD; Intel) If you're looking to build your first PC or workstation, you're probably at least familiar with the AMD vs Intel rivalry. And even if you're an experienced builder and looking for the best PC components, we can help you sort out the differences between AMD Ryzen 300 and Threadripper CPUs as well as Intel's latest Coffee Lake, Ice Lake, and Cascade Lake-X Intel and AMD are like Mac and Windows 10: the
  6. Intel 12th-gen CPUs could beat AMD by bringing Lakefield feature to desktop Hybrid theory (Image credit: Intel) We may still be waiting for Intel’s 10th-gen Comet Lake-S desktop CPUs to arrive, but a new leak has detailed the chipmaker’s future Alder Lake-S platform that could see it offer a version of ARM's big.LITTLE architecture designed for the desktop. Intel first started talking about big.LITTLE in 2018 when it unveiled Lakefield, the company’s first hybrid processor that combines one big 10nm Sunny Cove core for p
  7. Intel doesn't want its CPUs to be judged just on benchmarks, but also broader benefits Tiger Lake is still on target, too, CEO assures us (Image credit: Intel) Intel’s CEO has recently offered up his thoughts on how the PC industry is too focused on looking at benchmark numbers, and should be considering the broader benefits which its processors deliver. The comments came from Bob Swan, chief executive, delivered in a ‘Message to Computex’
  8. Most Europeans now prefer AMD CPUs as sentiment turns against Intel Looking at the future purchase intentions of European tech enthusiasts (Image credit: Future) AMD’s CPUs are again winning big against Intel, not just in current sales, as we’ve previously seen, but also sentiment in terms of future processor purchases that consumers might make, at least according to a new report. The survey from the European Hardware Association (EHA) canvassed the opinions of tech enthusiasts across Europe (specifically
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