AMD's hotly anticipated Ryzen processors have finally dropped, and gamers and enthusiasts finally have an option other than Intel when it comes to selecting a CPU for their next rig. After all the hype, how does AMD's Zen microarchitecture hold up to Intel's recent Kaby Lake launch in the real world?
What do you do when you want to build the most powerful rig that money can buy? You look at one of these motherboards. Intel's X99 platform supports the new 10-core Intel Core i7-6950X and up to 4-way SLI/CrossFire, and these boards are among the best on the market. Here's how they stack up against each other.
In a show of force, Intel's press conference at CES 2017 set up a show unlike any other in the industry to show off new and realistic VR experiences that are so convincing, you can’t wait for more such content (and hopefully affordable gear to enable these experiences).
Intel starts the 2017 with a bang as it unleashes its full range of Kaby Lake, 7th gen Core processors, for the mobile and desktop with several much awaited performance oriented SKUs. We outline the key improvements you can expect and the full list of processors.
The ASUS ZenBook 3 is the company's take on a MacBook challenger. At just 11.9mm thick and weighing 910g, this is one of the most portable laptops on the market right now. It also comes equipped with Intel's latest Kaby Lake processors, which offer tangible efficiency gains and battery life improvements.
Every year at Intel IDF, we expect two things to happen – the company's new ambitions, possibilities and innovations on an industry-wide scale, and advances in the CPU microarchitecture to propel the industry and achieve their vision. Today we present you with Kaby Lake, the company's new 7th Generation Core processors.
The Aftershock Nano S may look like a gaming machine, but it's really more of a portable workstation, and a rather capable one at that. If you're looking for a compact, productivity-oriented machine, it doesn't get much better than this.