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Intel introduced Thunderbolt Share, a program to easily share files and peripherals across multiple PCs

Intel has introduced the Thunderbolt Share program, which allows for sharing screens, keyboards, mice, and files between different computers. The software uses Thunderbolt technology for fast connections. It provides fast and efficient connection bet...

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Leaked Dell plans through 2027: Intel Panther Lake and Nova Lake processors, three generations of Snapdragon X, NVIDIA RTX 50xx and 60xx graphics cards

There was a major leak from Dell that contains plans of the laptop manufacturer, as well as Intel, Qualcomm, NVIDIA, and AMD. The materials were published by the VideoCardz website. Journalists stumbled upon a presentation while searching for informa...

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Intel: motherboard makers did it all wrong - first official public statement on CPU problems

Intel has released an official statement regarding the stability issues of processors that have been observed recently. Now the information is intended for users with corresponding processors and motherboards, not just for manufacturers. In short - d...

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Intel is asking motherboard manufacturers to implement a basic processor profile by May 31

Intel is once again privately demanding that motherboard manufacturers adhere to the recommended default profile for processors. This time, the company is asking to add a BIOS option with the name "Intel Default Settings" and make it enabled by defau...

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A supercomputer with 8,064 Intel Xeon chips and 313.3 TB of RAM is up for auction in the US - the bid is already over $280k.

The General Services Administration (GSA) is currently auctioning off a decommissioned supercomputer with 8064 Intel Xeon chips capable of 5.34 Petaflops. Despite an initial price of only $2500, bids have already exceeded $280k. The Cheyenne supercom...

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Intel said that motherboard manufacturers overclock processors by default and asked them not to do so

Intel officially responded to the compatibility issue of its processors with NVIDIA graphics cards. Igor Wallosek from Igor's Lab website published a message from Intel to motherboard developers, confirming a large part of their responsibility in the...

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NVIDIA graphics cards vs Intel processors: motherboard makers resolve hardware conflict

Manufacturers of motherboards offer solutions to the compatibility issue between NVIDIA graphics cards and Intel 13th and 14th generation K-series processors. As expected, they have changed the processor profiles and reduced the excessively high TDP ...

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Japan has launched a vending machine with Intel processors instead of toys - a working Core i7-8700 will cost $3.25 (but there's a nuance)

Similar vending machines usually sell small toys, but this one is loaded with Intel processors from previous generations. Japanese YouTuber Savara-San acquired an Intel Core i7-8700 processor after giving the vending machine 500 yen (about $3.25) and...

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Intel mobile processors to desktops: Erying unveils motherboards for the 13th generation Core HX

The company Erying specializes in integrating mobile processors into desktop PCs. The new series of its MoDT HX motherboards works with the Intel Raptor Lake lineup up to the 24-core i9-13980HX. The company develops boards, cooling systems, and mount...

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NVIDIA graphics cards conflict with Intel Core 13 and 14 K-series processors, but motherboard manufacturers are to blame

NVIDIA has acknowledged the issues with Intel Core 13 and 14 processors with its graphics cards. Typically, this is stability violations or video memory errors that occur during shader compilation in games. However, on the page dedicated to the chang...

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The global PC and notebook market has returned to growth after a two-year slump. Lenovo is still the leader

The PC market, as expected, returned to growth in the last quarter after a two-year decline, as confirmed by reports from leading analytical agencies IDC and Canalys: approximately 60 million computers were sold worldwide in the first quarter of 2024...

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China has banned the use of Intel and AMD chips in civil servants' computers

China has introduced new rules that prohibit the use of American processors AMD and Intel in government computers and servers, as well as block Microsoft Windows and foreign databases in favor of domestic solutions, according to the Financial Times. ...

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Intel to receive $8.5 billion for U.S. manufacturing thanks to the CHIPS and Science Act

According to the CHIPS and Science Act, Intel receives significant government support from the US. Under a preliminary agreement reached with the Department of Commerce, the company can receive up to $8.5 billion in direct government funding. This m...

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The Intel Core i9-14900KS, the world's first 6.2GHz desktop processor (and $700 price tag), has been released

Intel has set a new frequency record for a serial desktop processor. The company has introduced the Core i9-14900KS processor, which can achieve a stock frequency of up to 6.2 GHz without overclocking, making it the fastest (in terms of frequency) CP...

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Intel plans to launch 1nm manufacturing process in 2027 and invest $100 billion in manufacturing capacity

During the Intel Foundry Direct Connect event, the company announced its plans to launch production/development of the Intel 10A node (equivalent to 1nm) by the end of 2027. In addition, production based on the 14A node (1.4 nm) is planned for 2026. ...

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