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Close to the Metal Ep. 45: Computex 2017 reignites the fight between AMD and Intel - Digital Trends

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Intel says its upcoming 8th generation Core processors will have 30% better performance -

The insane 18-core i9 processors in the new Core X series are not everything that Intel has revealed today. The company has also outed an important detail about its upcoming 8th generation Core CPUs for the mainstream. These will become available in ...and more »

Intel announces new Core X-series processors, features the new Core i9 -

Intel has announced the new Core X-series, the company's flagship series of enthusiast desktop processors. With the introduction of this series, Intel has also introduced the new Core i9 series of processors. Based on the new X299/LGA2066 "Basin Falls ...and more »

8th Generation Intel Processors Will Be 30% Faster Than 7th Gen - Ubergizmo

Intel confirmed earlier this year that its 8th generation processors will be built on the 14 nanometer process yet again. It's the fourth time in a row that the company has stuck to this process for its new lineup of chips. The company didn't really ...and more »

Intel's New Processors Are Built For the High-Powered Future of PCs - WIRED

In recent years, the rollout of desktop processors has felt a bit stale. You generally know what you're going to get: a little more power, a little more efficiency. And while Intel's latest update doesn't reinvent the chip, it does provide obscene ...and more »

Intel Targets High-End Desktop with New Core i9 Chips - eWeek

Intel new X-series platform features a maximum of 18 cores and 36 threads, with pricing ranging from $242 to $2,000. IntelCore19. At the Computex conference in Taipei May 30, Intel introduced a new lineup of processors that specifically targets the ...and more »

Intel strikes back at AMD with overclockable X-Series, led by 18-core monster - Digital Trends

Intel isn't taking AMD's new Ryzen processor lying down and has responded by launching a lineup of new processors at Computex 2017. The Core X-Series, widely leaked before release, does not just focus on high-end successors to Intel's previous Core i7 ...and more »

Why the new Surface Pro's fanless Core i5 is both a serious processor and a great option - Windows Central

The new fanless Core i5 Surface Pro has a real dual-core processor in it. Let's break down why this is a not a Core-M marketing ploy. Daniel Rubino. 30 May 2017 93. Microsoft's recent announcement of the refreshed Surface Pro (2017) is resulting in ...and more »

Intel talks 8th-gen Core at Computex, claims 30 percent performance gain - Digital Trends

Intel's highly anticipated X-Series processors stole the show at company's Computex 2017 keynote, but they weren't the only CPU-related announcement. Gregory Bryant, general manager of Intel's Client Computing Group, also reassured enthusiasts that the ...and more »

Intel Announces Basin Falls: The New High-End Desktop Platform and X299 Chipset - AnandTech

Discussion about the High-End Desktop (HEDT) space this year has been unparalleled. When an age-old competitor re-entered the field, it provided new life into a somewhat dormant platform: how to bring high-performance computing and experiences to the ...and more »