Intro to AMD CPUs The CPU is considered as the central component of a computing device. The CPU’s prime responsibility is to process the instructions coming in from other parts of the computer. AMD and Intel are the two companies currently controlling the market for desktop CPUs. They both develop CPU models for different higher-end/lower-end
AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition Review AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition was released 2 weeks ago, and while the debate still rages on regarding the pros and cons of AMD vs NVIDIA, we do know more substantial information about these cards. For most “prosumer” applications, the AMD Radeon Vega card more than holds their own.
Core Count Craziness Ever since Intel released the first dual core central processing unit (CPU) back in 2006, the computer hardware market has never looked back at single die/single core CPUs. However, despite dual core and even quad core CPU’s being mainstream for around 10 years now, the adoption of higher core counts has been
The new Intel Thunderbolt standard. Intel® created the Thunderbolt™ 3 with the intention of providing faster computer interface accessibility to everyone. Due to the slow consumer USB-C interface adoption, Intel has released plans to develop future CPUs with Thunderbolt technology. It will also offer the same interface to third party chip-makers royalty-free. Intel’s vision is