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However, the comparative Win 11 AMD tests were on an unpatched (L3 cache, CPPC2) PC.
Source reckons there will be at least seven processors in this family, including a 16C/24T CPU.
Purported Intel slide shows three 'Laminar' CPU air coolers for various value segments.
Enthusiasts will be able to tune-up their GPU without third party tools.
And Intel's XeSS AI upscaling technology looks quite impressive.
First products, codenamed Alchemist, promise "high performance" and full DX12U support.
Rejigs its node names so ADL CPUs will be 'Intel 7', with 'Intel 20A' chips arriving in 2024.
Meanwhile, Intel has updated its graphics driver to be Windows 11 ready.
TSX was once claimed to accelerate certain (database) operations by as much as 500 per cent.
Most powerful NUC yet is an 8 litre SFF with TGL-H processor and 12-inch graphics card.
Details of two of the first coolers have leaked; a minimal boxed effort and the CM Cryo cooler.
Intel will talk 'Innovation Unleashed' and Nvidia about accelerated computing (inc Gaming).
The top-end 11th Gen Core 'Tiger Lake' CPUs, and GeForce RTX 3050/Ti GPUs arrive.
Meanwhile, Intel's Raja Koduri teases with a Ponte Vecchio 3D integration animation.
This is an Engineering Sample chip with 16C/24T, which boosts up to 4.6GHz.
Replacing the Intel applied solder with liquid metal yields 12°C max temp reduction.
Overclocker wielded flask of LN2 and applied 1.973V for this achievement.
CPU tile will be taped in Q2 this year, mass production quantities scheduled for 2023.
New Golden Cove core design and 10nm SuperFin node makes the difference.
It's new project time!
From the clues provided it looks like a GPU 'Scavenger Hunt' will kick off in a week's time.
Its Rocket Lake-S parts reach up to 5.3GHz, offer a claimed 19 per cent IPC uplift.
This is the firm's "pinnacle of overclocking," product, built to replace the SOC series.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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