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A Core i7-8700K in newer clothing.
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Great for gaming, not so great everywhere else.
Well-known as a gamer's best friend, AMD chips have dominated the enthusiast sector for quite a while now. AMD is now moving the Athlon 64 to a new platform, called AM2, with a new line of chips and a DDR2 memory controller. How do the new chips line up against the old - and against Intel's Core Duo?May 23, 2006 | 11:25
What's faster than an AMD Athlon FX-60? Well, an Intel Core Duo overclocked on a fantastic AOpen board based on the 975X chipset. We get to grips with Intel's portable processing powerhouse in a desktop board and contemplate - is this a sign of things to come?May 19, 2006 | 16:12
Today, Intel is announcing the final chapter of its NetBurst architecture with the successor to the Pentium XE 955. We run the Pentium Extreme Edition 965 through our battery of benchmarks - read on to see the first benchmark with an Intel beating an Athlon in ages...March 22, 2006 | 16:00
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...August 26, 2005 | 09:47
This morning, AMD announce the fourth generation Athlon 64 FX: the FX-57. The chip is manufactured on a new 90nm process, using the San Diego core - Tim Smalley evaluates what the Athlon 64 FX-57 brings to bleeding edge gaming enthusiasts. Is the latest generation Athlon 64 FX worth buying? Read on to find out...June 27, 2005 | 05:01
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