Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Responds to AMD's Threadripper threat.
The internet is currently awash with rumours that Sandy Bridge-E processors will ship without coolers
Can Intel's new top-end CPU put Sandy Bridge in its place?
Intel has finally released a CPU worthy of its premium Extreme Edition brand - the first six-core desktop processor. Previously known as Gulftown, the Core i7-980X Extreme Edition is not only brutally fast out of the box but also a fantastic overclocker thanks to its 32nm transistors.
Intel launches the fastest processor ever in the shape of the Core i7-975 Extreme Edition. With the new D0 stepping, it's a great overclocker, but there's a price to match that makes the CPU of limited appeal. Still, expect this CPU to be breaking all the benchmark records for the next six months.
Just like we suggested at IDF, Intel will be launching the Core 2 Extreme QX9650 on November 12th.
IDF SPRING 06: Intel has designed a new, self-contained watercooling unit. Bringing its R&D experience to bear, this $50 cooler hits 5GHz with ease. Simply astounding.
The chip-maker continues to move quickly with new technology, introducing a new process - before its current one is even mainstream!
Intel's new boards will support the two rival graphics technologies on the same board. Could this be Intel's killer gaming app?
Continuing this week's theme, we've had a pair of Intel's processors in the test labs this week: The 3.8GHz Pentium 4 670 and the 2.8GHz dual cored Pentium D 820. Which is best? High clock speed single core with HyperThreading, or the lower clock speed, two cores and no HyperThreading? We have the answers inside...
IDF FALL 05: Moles out at IDF have hinted at new Intel releases for the high-end before the year is out. We have a few details inside.
Are we right to think that new technology is stagnant? Wil Harris takes a look at a darned cool real-world collaboration.