Intel increases delay of 10nm process to late 2019
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Intel representatives revealed details about the status and plans of Intel's 10-nanometer process during a recent earnings call for their second quarter financials. Intel have announced that their 10nm process has been delayed until late 2019, with plans to launch desktop processors followed by enterprise products. This delay is likely due to continued manufacturing issues with Intel's 10-nanometer process. This marks the fourth delay for the process as Intel have previously delayed their low power Cannonlake-U and Cannonlake-Y chips until…

AMD Announces Q2′ 2018 Financial Results – Highest Profit in Seven Years!
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Yesterday AMD announced their financial results for the second quarter of the 2018 fiscal year, and calling it better than expected would be a huge understatement. With AMD posting their best quarter in over seven years, AMD started the year off dropping a pipe bomb announcing that it had achieved a profit within the fourth-quarter of 2017, a first since 2011. But it doesn't seem to end there as AMD have announced they had achieved revenue sales of $ 1.76…

Nvidia Gaming Performance Found to be Significantly Impacted by HDR
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High Dynamic Range (HDR) seems to be all the rage recently for both monitors and televisions offering an increased colour accuracy to resemble "real life" with a wider colour range while providing enhanced contrast and deeper shadows creating the most immersive image to date.  High-end HDR displays are already coming out onto the market, dare I say that I wrote an article about one not that long ago... The good guys over at Computerbase have taken the GTX 1080 and AMD Vega…

Intel Amber Lake-Y Series Detailed – 5W Configurable TDP – 1.5GHz of Unprecedented Power

Details about Intel's soon to be announced Amer Lake-Y series of CPUs have been revealed by Romanian site NextLab501. It is to be suspected that the official announcement for this series is imminent. Intel Amber Lake-Y Intel seems to have taken quite some time to get their low power 8th generation Core family of processors out on low power notebook devices. Perhaps it was well worth the wait? I honestly doubt that. Details revealed seem to suggest that Amber Lake-Y…

Micron and Intel Announce Update to 3D XPoint Joint Development Program

Micron and Intel today announced an update to their 3D XPoint™ joint development partnership, which has resulted in the development of an entirely new class of non-volatile memory with dramatically lower latency and exponentially greater endurance than NAND memory. The companies have agreed to complete joint development for the second generation of 3D XPoint technology, which is expected to occur in the first half of 2019. Technology development beyond the second generation of 3D XPoint technology will be pursued independently…