To 5GHz and beyond: Intel's new 10th gen H-series chips for high-end notebooksFriday, 10 Apr 2020
Over 60% of the lineup can hit clock speeds of 5GHz and above.
Details of 9th-gen Intel Core H-series mobile processors were leaked momentarilyTuesday, 19 Feb 2019
Details of 9th-gen Intel Core H-series mobile processors were leaked momentarily
Intel may be preparing the octa-core Core i9-9900K to take on AMD’s Ryzen chipsFriday, 29 Jun 2018
The Core i9-9900K could be the first Core i9 mainstream desktop chip from Intel.
Intel’s 10nm chips hit by more delays, won’t arrive till 2019Friday, 27 Apr 2018
In its first quarter earnings call, Intel revealed that its 10nm processors were being delayed yet again.
Intel’s 8th-generation Coffee Lake processors bring more cores to mainstream desktopsMonday, 25 Sep 2017
Intel today announced its 8th-generation Coffee Lake processors for desktops, a new generation of CPUs headlined by the flagship six-core Intel Core i7-8700K.
Intel announces its 8th-generation Core mobile processorsMonday, 21 Aug 2017
Despite the initial leaks of Intel's plan to launch its 8th-gen Core "Coffee Lake" CPUs, the chip maker has been characteristically stoic about its roadmap plan to the public. Today, the company has officially launched its 8th-generation Intel Core mobile processors based on a Kaby Lake Refresh.
Intel Z370 motherboards for Coffee Lake processors may arrive as soon as Q4 2017Monday, 10 Jul 2017
Intel Z370 motherboards may arrive in Q4 2017, together with the 8th-generation Coffee Lake processors.
Intel’s 8th-generation processors will remain on 14nm for the fourth time in a rowMonday, 13 Feb 2017
At Intel’s annual Investor Day in California last week, the company confirmed that its 8th-generation microarchitecture will remain on the 14nm node, the fourth generation of chips to do so.
Intel has accidentally leaked details of its upcoming Kaby Lake desktop CPUsTuesday, 1 Nov 2016
Intel has accidentally leaked details of its upcoming Kaby Lake desktop CPUs, and their accompanying chipsets. The chipmaker was reaching out to OEMs when the leaks occurred, more details after the jump.
Here’s a peek at how much extra performance Intel's Kaby Lake deliversFriday, 7 Oct 2016
Kaby Lake is the first "optimized" product from Intel to officially debut on its new process-architecture-optimization model. This means a modest 10 per cent performance bump, but more significant gains in video encoding and decoding and power consumption.