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Intel’s Arrow Lake, Lunar Lake, Nova Lake CPUs Will Succeed Meteor Lake

A member of Anandtech Forums has allegedly leaked Meteor Lake’s successors, which includes the following three processor families: Arrow Lake, Lunar Lake & Nova Lake. The post Intel’s Arrow Lake, Lunar Lake, Nova Lake CPUs Will Succeed Meteor Lake appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Hardware, Intel, All News, Hardware News, Processors, CPU, Alder Lake, Meteor Lake, Arrow Lake, Lunar Lake, Nova Lake, Anandtech Forums, Arrow Lake Lunar Lake Nova Lake The


AMD Ryzen 5000G Series Launches With Integrated Graphics At Value Price Points

MojoKid writes: AMD is taking the wraps off of its latest integrated processors known as Ryzen 7 5700G and the Ryzen 5 5600G. As their branding suggests, these new products are based on the same excellent AMD Zen 3 core architecture, but with integrated graphics capabilities on board as well, hence the "G" designation. AMD is targeting more mainstream applications with these chips. The Ryzen 7 5700G is an 8-core/16-thread CPU with 4MB of L2 cache and 16MB of L3. Those CPU cores are mated to an 8...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Amd, Gpu, MojoKid, AMD Zen, RYZEN, Value Price Points, CU Compute Unit Radeon Vega


Mac Pro's New Radeon Pro W6000 Graphics Modules Now Available for Standalone Purchase

Apple today began offering new high-end AMD Radeon Pro W6000 series graphics options for brand new Mac Pro configurations, and now the graphics modules are available for purchase on a standalone basis for customers who already own the computer. Three new MPX modules are available for the latest Mac Pro, including the Radeon Pro W6800X for $2,800, the Radeon Pro W6800X Duo for $5,000, and the Radeon Pro W6900X for $6,000. Apple says customers can install up to two of the modules in a Mac Pro u...
Tags: Apple, Intel, Amd, Gpu, Mac Pro


Mac Pro Gets a Graphics Update

On Tuesday, Apple rolled out three new graphics card modules for the Intel-based Mac Pro, all based on AMD's Radeon Pro W6000 series GPU. From a report: (Apple posted a Mac Pro performance white paper [PDF] to celebrate.) The new modules (in Apple's MPX format) come in three variants, with a Radeon Pro W6800X, two W6800X GPUs, and the W6900X. Each module also adds four Thunderbolt 3 ports and an HDMI 2 port to the Mac Pro. The Mac Pro supports two MPX modules, so you could pop in two of the dual...
Tags: Apple, Tech, Intel, Amd, Gpu, Mac Pro


Marvell nabs Innovium for $1.1B as it delves deeper into cloud ethernet switches

Marvell announced this morning it intends to acquire Innovium for $1.1 billion in an all-stock deal. The startup, which raised over $400 million according to Crunchbase data, makes networking ethernet switches optimized for the cloud. Marvell president and CEO Matt Murphy sees Innovium as a complementary piece to the $10 billion Inphi acquisition last year, giving the company, which makes copper-based chips, more ways to work across modern cloud data centers. “Innovium has established itself as ...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Cloud, Facebook, Hardware, Enterprise, Instagram, Tech, Intel, M&a, Mergers and Acquisitions, Chips, Matt Murphy, Exit, PitchBook, Marvell


Apple updates Intel Mac Pro with three new graphics card modules

Apple has rolled out three new graphics card modules for the Intel-powered Mac Pro today. The new graphics card modules include the...
Tags: Apple, Intel, Intel Mac


Apple Introduces New High-End Graphics Options for Mac Pro

Apple today began offering new high-end graphics upgrade options for both the tower and rack versions of the Mac Pro desktop computer. As noted by CNN Underscored's Jake Krol, the Mac Pro can now be configured with new AMD Radeon Pro W6800X, W6800X Duo, or W6900X graphics when ordering the professional workstation through Apple's online store. The current Mac Pro was first released in December 2019 and still uses Intel processors amid the transition to Apple silicon. The new graphics options...
Tags: Apple, Intel, Cnn, Mac Pro, Jake Krol


You Can Finally Buy Apple's Magic Keyboard with Touch ID Without Buying an iMac

Apple finally brought Touch ID to its desktop computers earlier this year with an upgraded version of its wireless Magic Keyboard featuring an added fingerprint sensor. To date, it’s been exclusively available with Apple’s new M1-powered iMac, but it now finally appears to be available as a standalone accessory…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Ipad, Science, Steve Jobs, Intel, Macintosh, Computers, Macbook, Touch ID, iMac, Magic Keyboard, M1, Computer Architecture, Rene Ritchie, Apple M1, M1 Processor


AMD and Valve Working On New Linux CPU Performance Scaling Design

Along with other optimizations to benefit the Steam Deck, AMD and Valve have been jointly working on CPU frequency/power scaling improvements to enhance the Steam Play gaming experience on modern AMD platforms running Linux. Phoronix reports: It's no secret that the ACPI CPUFreq driver code has at times been less than ideal on recent AMD processors with delivering less than expected performance/behavior with being slow to ramp up to a higher performance state or otherwise coming up short of disa...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Amd, Proton, Horizon Zero Dawn, Linux AMD


ASUS Announces Its High-End X570 ROG Crosshair VIII Extreme Motherboard

With ASUS's announcement for the flagship X570 ROG Crosshair motherboard, the Extreme sub-series is no longer exclusive to Intel motherboards. The ROG Crosshair VIII Extreme is equipped with all the features one can expect from a high-end motherboard. The post ASUS Announces Its High-End X570 ROG Crosshair VIII Extreme Motherboard appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Gaming, Hardware, Asus, Intel, All News, Hardware News, ROG, Motherboard, RYZEN, X570, Crosshair VIII Extreme


Intel Z690 Motherboard Has Been Pictured

One of the members from Bilibili forums, has shared a picture of what looks like to be an unnamed prototype Intel Z690 motherboard. The post Intel Z690 Motherboard Has Been Pictured appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Hardware, Intel, Pc, All News, Hardware News, Motherboard, Bilibili, Z690, Intel Z690


Google Will Abandon Qualcomm and Build Its Own Smartphone Processors This Year

Google announced Monday it will build its own smartphone processor, called Google Tensor, that will power its new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones this fall. From a report: It's another example of a company building its own chips to create what it felt wasn't possible with those already on the market. In this case, Google is ditching Qualcomm. The move follows Apple, which is using its own processors in its new computers instead of Intel chips. And like Apple, Google is using an Arm-based architec...
Tags: Apple, Google, Samsung, Tech, Intel, Pixel, Apple Google, Tensor Processing Unit, Google Tensor, Google Will Abandon Qualcomm


Here’s how Apple will finish its two-year Mac transition to Apple Silicon

Want to see the larger iMac finally get Apple’s supercharged custom chips? You could have a long time to wait, as it might not be revealed until late 2022.
Tags: Apple, News, Mac, Trends, Intel, Computing, Mark Gurman, iMac, Macbook Pro, Apple Silicon


Intel Leak Shows Thunderbolt Speeds Could Double Sometime Soon

When Intel released Thunderbolt 4 last year as a successor to Thunderbolt 3, many people were confused and disappointed to realize that the update offered the same 40Gbps bandwidth as its predecessor. Now, Intel is stepping up with the Thunderbolt 5, a photo prematurely tweeted out by a company executive shows, and…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Intel, Usb, Telecommunications, Thunderbolt, Bandwidth, Gregory Bryant, AnandTech, Optoelectronics, Internet Protocols, Thunderbolt 4, Computer Networking, Computer Buses, Technology Internet, Ben Hacker


Intel Executive Posts Thunderbolt 5 Photo Then Deletes It

AnandTech: An executive visiting various research divisions across the globe isn't necessarily new, but with a focus on social media driving named individuals at each company to keep their followers sitting on the edge of their seats means that we get a lot more insights into how these companies operate. The downside of posting to social media is when certain images exposing unreleased information are not vetted by PR or legal, and we get a glimpse into the next generation of technology. That is...
Tags: Israel, Tech, Intel, Gm, Bryant, Gregory Bryant, NRZ


Thunderbolt 5 Could Double Bandwidth to 80 Gbps, Intel Leak Suggests

An Intel executive appears to have unintentionally leaked details of Thunderbolt 5, the next-generation hardware interface protocol that is yet to have been officially announced by Intel. Image credit: AnandTech The details appeared Sunday in a tweeted photo, since deleted, by EVP and GM of Intel's Client Computing Group, Gregory Bryant, who was documenting his visit to Intel's R&D labs in Israel. As outlined by AnandTech, the photo from a Thunderbolt-related tour revealed a poster on a lab...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Israel, Intel, Gm, Thunderbolt 3, Gregory Bryant, NRZ, AnandTech, Thunderbolt 5, Intel Thunderbolt, Gbps Intel Leak Suggests, Gbps Intel


Thunderbolt 5 Could Offer Up to 80 Gbps Bandwidth, Intel Leak Suggests

An Intel executive has unintentionally leaked details of Thunderbolt 5, the next-generation hardware interface protocol that is yet to have been officially announced by Intel. The details appeared Sunday in a tweeted photo, since deleted, by EVP and GM of Intel's Client Computing Group, Gregory Bryant, who was documenting his visit to Intel's R&D labs in Israel. As outlined by Anandtech, the photo from a Thunderbolt-related tour revealed a poster on a lab wall with the words "80G PHY Technol...
Tags: Apple, Israel, Intel, Gm, Thunderbolt 3, Gregory Bryant, NRZ, AnandTech, Thunderbolt 5, Gbps Bandwidth Intel Leak Suggests, Intel Thunderbolt, Gbps Bandwidth Intel


Gurman: Apple Silicon roadmap includes new Mac Pro, Mac mini, and more by November 2022

When Apple first announced its plans to transition from Intel to Apple Silicon at WWDC 2020, the company said it would take around two...
Tags: Apple, Intel, Gurman, Apple Silicon


Top Stories: Face ID on Future Macs, Elon Musk Criticizes Apple, and More

This week saw an interesting range of Apple news and rumors, including a blockbuster earnings report, rumors about next year's "iPhone 14" and Face ID coming to Macs, and more. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Other popular topics included Apple's crackdown on leaks, changes in the latest round of betas for iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey, and several stories involving Tesla CEO Elon Musk, so check out our video above and read on below for all of the deta...
Tags: Apple, Elon Musk, Cook, Featured, Mac, Tesla, Bloomberg, Intel, Top Stories, Tim Cook, Monterey, Foxconn, Mark Gurman, Musk, MacRumors YouTube, Apple Musk


Ark Invest's Cathie Wood compares Tesla to Apple, predicts mass technological disruption, and details the core purpose of crypto in a new interview. Here are the 10 best quotes.

Cathie Wood. ARK Invest Cathie Wood likened Tesla to Apple and touted crypto as the internet's missing layer. The Ark Invest CEO slammed the regulatory backlash against Didi and other Chinese tech companies. Wood predicted technologies such as blockchain and clean energy would transform industries. See more stories on Insider's business page. Cathie Wood suggested Tesla will follow Apple in capturing the lion's share of its sector's profits, predicted new technologies will ...
Tags: Apple, Motorola, Elon Musk, China, Trends, Tesla, Intel, Wood, Qualcomm, Didi, Cathie Wood, Nokia Ericsson, Theron Mohamed


The best way to grow your tech career? Treat it like an app

Raj Yavatkar Contributor Share on Twitter As CTO, Raj Yavatkar is responsible for charting Juniper Networks' technology strategy through the execution of the company’s innovations and products for intelligent self-driving networks, security, mobile edge cloud, network virtualization, packet-optical integration and hybrid cloud. Software developers and engineers have rarely been in higher demand. Organizations’ need for technic...
Tags: Google, Startups, Column, Developer, Labor, Tech, Intel, Engineer, United States, Career Development, Career Advice, Juniper Networks, Cto, Andy Grove, Career Building, Software Developers


Chipmaker for iPhone 13 and MacBook Pros Hit by Gas Contamination

You might not know Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. off the top of your head, but you definitely use gadgets featuring their chips. In fact, it’s the sole semiconductor supplier for Apple’s various devices. Now, Nikkei Asia is reporting TSMC’s most advanced factory for Apple processors has been hit by gas…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Asia, Science, Steve Jobs, Joe Biden, Intel, Macintosh, Mobile Phones, Tim Cook, Computing, TSMC, Apple Inc, Iphone 7, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co


Intel Releases NUC 11 Extreme “Beast Canyon” For High-End Gaming Experience

Today, Intel has announced their new mini gaming PC, NUC 11 Extreme kit which is codenamed Beast Canyon. This PC is perfect for gamers, content creators, etc. The post Intel Releases NUC 11 Extreme “Beast Canyon” For High-End Gaming Experience appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Gaming, Hardware, Intel, Pc, All News, Gaming News, Hardware News, NUC, NUC 11, Beast Canyon, Intel Releases NUC


TSMC Will Start Making 2nm Chips As Intel Tries To Catch Up

Kekke writes: "Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.'s new foundry will produce 2-nanometer chips," reports Gizmodo. "Construction on the plant in Hsinchu, southwest from Taiwan's capital of Taipei, is expected to start as soon as early 2022. TSMC's 3nm tech is reportedly expected to be put into production in late 2022 -- meanwhile, Intel will be rolling out 7nm chips toward the end of 2022 and into 2023." Will Intel have a genie in the bottle or a rabbit in a hat? Doesn't seem so to me. On Tue...
Tags: Tech, Intel, Taiwan, Taipei, TSMC, Kekke, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, Hsinchu, Gizmodo Construction


Apple's MacBook Air M1 is $150 off at Best Buy - the same deal we saw during Amazon Prime Day 2021

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Apple Apple's MacBook Air M1 with 8GB RAM is $150 off at Best Buy right now, and the deal is available for the 256GB and 512GB versions.The MacBook Air M1 is a truly excellent laptop thanks to its impressively powerful M1 processor and long battery life.See more stories on Insider's business page. New MacBook Air (M1) (medium, Preferred: Best Buy) Best Buy is selling Apple's latest MacBook A...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Amazon, Deals, Trends, Tech, Intel, Ram, Apple Apple, MacBook Airs, Antonio Villas Boas, Insider Picks, Tech & Electronics (Reviews, IP Tech, MacBook Air M1, Insider Reviews 2021


I've been switching between the latest MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, and I'm still convinced Apple's cheaper laptop is best for most people

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Apple; Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider Apple's M1 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro both offer plenty of power and battery life. But the MacBook Air is a better choice since it's $300 cheaper and doesn't lack many features. The MacBook Pro is only for those who need a little extra power than the average user. MacBook Air (2021) (small) MacBook Pro with M1 Processor (13-inch, 8GB RAM, 256GB) (...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Bloomberg, Intel, Air, MacBook Air, Gpu, Tomb raider, Macbook Pro, Pro, Intel Core, Lisa Eadicicco, Touch Bar, Touch Bar Apple, Refurbished Mac Store, Gilbert Espinoza


Dell Is Cancelling Alienware Gaming PC Shipments To Several US States

davide marney writes: Orders for Alienware Aurora R12 and R10 gaming PC configurations placed in California, Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Vermont, or Washington will not be honored because of power consumption regulations, reports PC Gamer. "Any orders placed that are bound for those states will be canceled," Dell states in a message. "The Aurora R12 and R10 are built around the latest generation processors from Intel and AMD, the former featuring 11th Gen Core Rocket Lake CPUs and the latter wie...
Tags: Washington, US, Tech, Intel, Dell, Amd, Aurora, Alienware Aurora, California Colorado Hawaii Oregon Vermont, 11th Gen Core Rocket Lake


TSMC Will Start Making 2nm Chips As Intel Tries to Catch Up

Just a day after Intel announced big plans to help the company regain its authority in chip production, Taiwan has now given the greenlight to TSMC to begin construction on the company’s most sophisticated chip plant yet. Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Environment, Intel, Taiwan, Companies, TSMC, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, Business Finance, Industry Economics, Technology Internet, Semiconductor Device Fabrication, Semiconductor Fabrication Plant, 2 Nm Process, 3 Nm Process, Lin Chuan Neng


Lenovo IdeaPad 1 (14”, Intel) laptop only $249.99 Shipped (Reg. $349.99)

  Looking for a new computer? Check out this Doorbuster deal direct from Lenovo! Get this highly rated Lenovo IdeaPad 1 (14”, Intel) laptop for only $249.99 Shipped (Reg. $349.99) with Promo Code SNEAKYIDEA1 This is $100 off and a great value for a laptop! Financing available too. For Back to School, Students & Teachers... Read More
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SK Hynix Will Start DDR5 Memory Mass Production In 2H 2021

SK Hynix has confirmed through its Q2 2021 financial report that DDR 5 memory will enter mass production in the coming months. Several platforms from Intel and AMD will utilize the DDR5 RAM technology. The post SK Hynix Will Start DDR5 Memory Mass Production In 2H 2021 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Hardware, Memory, Intel, All News, Hardware News, Ram, Amd, SK Hynix, DDR5



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