search slide
search slide
pages bottom
Currently Browsing: Results for Tag "16nm"

How Intel lost the mobile market, part 2: the rise and neglect of Atom

How Intel lost the mobile market, part 2: the rise and neglect of Atom The common explanation for why Intel lost the mobile market is that its x86 mobile processors either drew too much power, or weren’t powerful enough compared with their ARM counterparts.Despite being initially starved for resources, 32nm Atom chips were competitive in the midrange mobile market.

ARM announces new Artemis CPU core, first 10nm test chip, built at TSMC

ARM announces new Artemis CPU core,  first 10nm test chip, built at TSMC As of yesterday, ARM is announcing that it has successfully validated a new 10nm FinFET design at TSMC.The unnamed multi-core test chip features a quad-core CPU from ARM, codenamed Artemis, a single-core GPU as a proof of concept, and the chip’s interconnect and other various features.

AMD announces new Radeon RX 480: VR-ready, at a budget price

AMD announces new Radeon RX 480: VR-ready, at a budget price The new RX 480 is a midrange card that AMD claims will deliver dramatic performance improvements in VR and 3D gaming.The RX 480, which will ship on June 29, is a 14nm GPU built at GlobalFoundries.

Report claims Intel, AMD will both delay next-gen processors to early 2017

Since AMD has no plans to launch a Zen APU this year, there’s no chance that Zen would cut into APU sales, particularly in mobile.The major question from enthusiasts has been when AMD will launch Zen, and the company has been a bit coy on this question.

AMD has built hardware at Samsung, could tap foundry for future products

AMD has built hardware at Samsung, could tap foundry for future products One of the major questions AMD investors raised after the company’s conference call last week was where AMD was building most of its hardware.Moorhead questioned AMD on the deal and received the following quote: Having the option to build at Samsung could be important to AMD’s long-term plans and overall success for a number of reasons.

Nvidia Titan X offers incredible performance, at a significant cost

Nvidia Titan X offers incredible performance, at a significant cost That’s gone at the top end — even when the Fury X manages to trade shots with the GTX 1080, Nvidia’s Titan X obliterates them both by 20-40%.If you want the absolute best GPU performance money can buy, the Nvidia Titan X is the best GPU on the market.

Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 1070 review: a stellar performer for its price

Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX 1070 review: a stellar performer for its price Gigabyte was kind enough to send over its G1 Gaming GTX 1070, and we’ve put the card through its paces.46x faster than the GTX 980 and 11% faster than both the R9 Fury X and the GTX 980 Ti.

The great GPU bait-and-switch of summer 2016: AMD, Nvidia official MSRPs don’t reflect real-world prices

The great GPU bait-and-switch of summer 2016: AMD, Nvidia official MSRPs don’t reflect real-world prices More than three months after Nvidia officially kicked off the 14nm refresh cycle, GPU prices still running hot.The RX 470 is supposed to sell for $179; the least expensive RX 470 we found was $199, which is where the RX 480 4GB is supposed to sit.

Apple A10 teardown sheds light on quad-core SoC, confirms Intel won modem contract

Apple A10 teardown sheds light on quad-core SoC, confirms Intel won modem contract Every time a new Apple device ships, it’s interesting to see how manufacturing technology has advanced.The Verizon and Sprint products (A1660 and A1661) use a Qualcomm modem.