It has been a long running practice for Intel Corporation to release high-end processors first, which after some time are followed by slower and cheaper models with the same architecture. The upcoming Skylake generation will not be different –... Read more
The web site Techbang.com has published the first test results of the upcoming Intel Core i7-6700K processor, which will be Intel’s flagship desktop CPU for the future Skylake generation. As you know these chips will appear on August 5 and... Read more
The final details regarding Intel’s Skylake CPU launch have become clear – Intel will debut the new CPU generation on August 5 this year during Gamescom 2015, which will be held in Cologne, Germany.
Intel will launch three new products –... Read more
The latest Intel Skylake platform is almost ready for its launch in August – we have seen the new Z170 Express chipset, we know that Intel will unveil two Skylake models, we have seen the first LGA 1151 motherboards and we even know the chips... Read more
Unofficial information on the Internet right now claims Intel will launch its upcoming Skylake processors at Gamescom 2015, which will be held in Cologne, Germany between August 5 and August 9 this year.
The US chip company will launch... Read more
The Intel Skylake CPU generation, expected in late summer/early fall 2015, will undoubtedly be the hottest CPU release of the year. The new chips will use a new micro architecture and the latest 14 nm tech process in a new LGA 1151 package... Read more
It’s almost the middle of year 2015 and this means that Intel’s Skylake processors are closer than ever. In fact Intel has included support for Skylake and the Z100 Express chipset series in its latest drivers, which hints that Skylake will be... Read more
People who follow the microprocessor market know that this year Intel will release the next generation chips called Skylake. We have talked a lot about this chip generation and we know most of the details except for one thing – performance –... Read more
People who closely follow the CPU market know that Intel likes to release ultra high-end processors for each new platform it introduces. A few years ago we got the Sandy Bridge-E platform with eight processing cores, then we got the Ivy... Read more