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Windows silently fixes bugs that could cause the crash to be undone, Specter Fixes for Intel CPUs

Photo: Charles Krupa (AP) Tom's Guide reported Tuesday that both companies addressed the "Specter" and "Meltdown" vulnerabilities. "Specter" and "Meltdown" were a fatal flaw in the way Intel processors handled speculative execution. Speculative execution is based on predicting what calculations a processor must perform in advance to complete tasks in advance and can work in parallel and not strictly one …

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Intel Unveils Final Details on Mobile Ice Lake CPUs

Enlarge / This is an Intel Core 10th generation processor. Code called Ice Lake. Using Lake's new 10 nm process, Ice Lake offers more IPC (Instructions Per Clock) and significantly improved integrated graphics compared to previous models. Intel Yesterday, Intel has unveiled its new 10nm Ice-Lake mobility (see: notebook), ultraportable) processors. The product launch consists of i3, i5 and i7 …

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MediaTek's latest phone CPUs are designed for gaming

The G90 chips are equipped with HyperEngine gaming technology, which promises to reduce the delay. and interruptions. As with some phones, LTE can be called to help if you have a flaky wireless connection. It can also maintain two WiFi connections on different bands. Using calls and data at the same time maintains your Internet access when a call comes …

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The best CPUs ever

This site may be subject to affiliate commissions via the links on this page. Terms of Use. We've already covered the worst CPUs ever built. So it seemed like time to discuss the best ones. The question, of course, is how we define "best". To qualify for this article, a CPU had to do more than just introduce important new …

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AMD launches 7 nm Ryzen 3000 CPUs and Radeon RX 5700 GPUs

Today is the big day of introduction we have all been waiting for. AMD officially introduces its new Ryzen 3000 CPUs, the Radeon RX 5700 GPUs and the X570 platform. With leading technologies such as PCIe Gen 4, up to 12 cores (16 in September), 7nm process nodes and more, AMD has offered players many good reasons to upgrade. AMD …

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Silicon Lottery wants speed and sell premium Ryzen 3000 CPUs

Why It Matters: Buying a CPU for an enthusiast-class build can not be done with a third-party binning service very little overclocking headroom. Binned versions of the AMD Ryzen 7 3800X and Ryzen 9 3900X should be available starting July 13. The AMD Ryzen 9 3950X is Well, it does not have an attached ETA. With speed binning, you're paying …

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AMD releases its 7nm Ryzen 3000 CPUs on 7/7

AMD's third generation of Ryzen CPUs are here, including the company's first 12-core mainstream CPU, the Ryzen 9 3900X. The company announces five new processors, all of which will be released on July 7th. The prices are between 199 and 499 US dollars. All are based on the company's new 7nm Zen 2 architecture and support the new PCIe 4.0 …

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Five CPUs, 12 cores for $ 499, up to 4.6 GHz, PCIe 4.0, 7/7 available

AMD Managing Director Lisa Su today announced at Computex how many processors will bring their new Zen 2 chip-based microarchitecture to market. Among other things, AMD introduces the new product line Ryzen 9, which is used for the 12 core processor Ryzen 9 3900X and which works with 4.6 GHz boost. All five processors will be PCIe 4.0 compliant, and …

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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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