- News tagged "14nm"
Thursday, 24 Mar 2016
Keen eyes at the Motley Fool have picked up on a pertinent point in Intel’s annual financial report to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The chip manufacturer expects to stretch its current and next generation fabrication processes beyond its familiar tick-tock cycle.
Monday, 25 Jan 2016
According to a The Motley Fool report, Intel is planning to name its third, 10nm processor series as Tigerlake. Read more about the chip maker’s plans with its move to fabricate transistors at this lower scale.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2015
It is rumored the 10nm Cannonlake CPU has been delayed indefinitely. Instead, a “Skylake Refresh” platform might take its place; read on to uncover more details.
Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015
Intel announced a slew of new 14nm 'Broadwell' processors at Computex 2015 today, all featuring Intel's latest and most powerful Iris Pro graphics.
Wednesday, 6 May 2015
According to a leaked Intel roadmap posted on Chinese website PConline, both Broadwell and Skylake CPUs are slated for a mid-year launch. Read on to uncover more details.
Friday, 1 May 2015
Support for upcoming Intel Broadwell CPUs has arrived on all Gigabyte Z97 and H97 motherboards via a BIOS update!
Friday, 24 Apr 2015
AMD will skip ahead to the 14nm fabrication process for its next-generation GPUs. Read on to find out why they have leapfrogged the 20nm fab process.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2015
The specifications of two upcoming Intel “Skylake” desktop CPUs have been allegedly leaked by Turkish website PCfrm. Read on to uncover more details.
Friday, 10 Apr 2015
MSI has launched 3 new mini-ITX motherboards to go with Intel's 14nm Braswell SoCs. The boards will feature power-saving designs, passive cooling for silent operation and decent multimedia support, making them suitable for users who want a PC with a small footprint in the home, office, or industry.
Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015
On a muted note, Intel has released the 14nm-based “Braswell” systems on a chip that aim to power entry-level desktops and notebooks. Find out more about these new systems on a chip here.