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ASRock has announced the release of the ASRock X99E-ITX/ac motherboard, the world's first mini-ITX motherboard based on the enthusiast-level Intel X99 chipset. Power and performance no longer have to take up a whole lot of space on your desk, and this is good news for small system builders everywhere.
We caught wind of the release of Intel's Core i7-5775C and Core i5-5675C processors based on Intel's 14nm Broadwell microarchitecture, slated for release in the second quarter of this year. Hit the link to find out more!
Intel and Google recently announced that they are working with Tag Heuer to bring a smart watch powered by Android Wear. This could be the first luxury Android Wear device to take on the Apple Watch.
You've probably seen compute intensive servers that boast eight GPUs, but One Stop Systems is the first to cram 16 accelerator boards in a 3U rack form factor. We say "accelerator boards" because this rack can accept boards from AMD, Intel and NVIDIA - either exclusively or even in a mixed array! This is the HDCA.
ASRock has announced support for the upcoming 5th generation Intel Broadwell desktop CPUs on their Z97 and H97 motherboards. Read on to find out which boards are Broadwell compliant.
ASUS is the first company to announce immediate availability of UEFI BIOS updates for all Intel Z97 and H97 motherboards to enable compatibility with upcoming Intel Core processors based on the 14nm Broadwell architecture. Read on to find out more and check out if your board is eligible for the update.
Kingston has announced new DDR4 ValueRAM 2133MHz ECC SO-DIMMs that are validated for use with the upcoming Intel Xeon D Processor family in microservers, networking and storage systems. Click the link to read more.
Intel has announced the Xeon D SoC product family based on its 14nm Broadwell architecture, representing Intel's third-generation of 64-bit SoCs and a first for Intel Xeon. Read on for more information.
At MWC today, Intel announced a new family of mobile Atom chips that will come in three tiers, x3, x5 and x7, similar to the naming standard used by Intel's high-end Core processors. Expect to see the X3 family of chips in entry-level mobile devices, while the x5 and x7 will power mainstream and premium tablets and 2-in-1s.