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ZombieLoad attack affects all Intel CPUs since 2011: What to do now?

Your laptop may be powered by an Intel CPU. In this case, you must upgrade your computer immediately after a number of vulnerabilities have been discovered that allow attackers to steal data directly from your processor. The so-called ZombieLoad bug and three related security vulnerabilities have been uncovered by some of the same researchers who have focused on the critical …

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Nvidia's new GeForce drivers are playing havoc with some CPUs

Nvidia's latest graphics drivers made plenty of introductions – most notably support for GeForce GTX 16-Series laptops (and the new GTX 1650 desktop card) – but it seems that version 430.39 so has brought with it a rather nasty bug which spikes processor usage under Windows. Manuel Guzman. Manuel Guzman. Manuel Guzman , Software QA at Nvidia, and always active …

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OLED 4K or 240Hz displays, new CPUs and GeForce RTX

Razer launched a string of new laptops that take to the streets today, introducing the Blade 15 next-generation laptops to gamers and prosumers. The new Blade 15 is one of the key notebooks in the Razer product portfolio and features OLED or 240Hz LCD display options, Intel's latest six-core CPU and NVIDIA's GeForce RTX graphics processors. The new gaming notebooks …

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AnandTech Annual Review 2018: CPUs

When Ryan originally asked me to summarize the CPU news of the year, I laughed. A lot has happened this year, from processor releases and reviews, to security issues, to discussions over the next few years of computing. However, a few weeks ago, I wrote a script to pull every AnandTech article from our archive and filter it into my …

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Intel Announces 12-Channel 48-Core Cascade Lake Xeon CPUs

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of Use. Intel's server roadmap and product families have been fairly quiet in recent years. The company reorganized its server chips into the Xeon Scalable family and moved away from the old E7 / E5 / E3 markings in 2017. The company has reworked the Core X …

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Second-generation thread ripper CPUs have been discovered along with more Ryzen models

Now that AMD has launched its second-generation Ryzen CPUs, otherwise known as Zen +, the next thing we're looking for is the threadripper refresh. The 8-core, 12-core and 16-core models have now confirmed confirmed revisions based on a 12-nm process. In AMD's Product Master document, which sells every microprocessor, GPU, and chipset from the company, the upcoming thread-ripper models were …

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