Arm releases client CPU roadmap
Goes gunning for Intel.
Can AMD reign in Intel's high-end desktop dominance with 2nd Gen Ryzen Threadripper 32- and 16-core CPUs
Rates as a medium severity flaw, though.
Intel has announced a 28-core monolithic CPU, and AMD has upped the ante with a 32-core Threadripper, but who will win?
Spin qubit chip built in a regular fab.
8086 of the former to be given away.
Claims up to 35 percent performance boost.
'Virtual Fences' not enough for Variant 4, sources say.
Previous patches provide some protection.
Is very, very light on technical details.
Precision Boost 2, XFR 2, and Precision Boost Overdrive mean that AMD has made big strides in closing the gap between itself and Intel in lightly-threaded tasks, but do these new boosting algorithms make overclocking redundant?
A mobile-targeted Core i3, oddly.
Does AMD's new cheapest hexa-core Ryzen offer the same incredible value as its predecessor?
Concentrating on microcontroller promise.
The Ryzen 7 1700 was one of the best value first-generation Ryzen CPUs - can the 2700 follow in its footsteps?
Can be combined with other technologies, too.
Could be on-track for a revenue flip.
Third-party cooler users watch with interest.
Only affects the 2400G and 2200G, though.
Ryzen returns with higher frequencies and tweaked boosting algorithms, but is it enough to beat Intel?
Seeks an engineer to lead the efforts.