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High-end Arrow Lake CPU gets a GPU
Published in News
Wednesday, 10 July 2024 11:54

High-end Arrow Lake CPU gets a GPU

But Chipzilla walks away from Core Ultra 9 F CPUs

Recent leaks suggest that Intel's product strategy is shifting. They indicate that the company will not release any Core Ultra 9 F CPUs.

Intel Core Ultra Lunar Lake platform packs >100 TOPS
Published in Mobiles

Laptops on shelves before Christmas

In addition to announcing the new Gaudi 3 AI accelerator and unveiling the new Xeon 6 branding for upcoming Granite Rapids and Sierra Forest processors, at its Vision 2024 event Intel also revealed a bit more information about the upcoming Core Ultra Lunar Lake processor for laptops.

Intel's new 101.5234 WHQL brings impressive performance improvements
Published in Graphics

Intel driver team is on a roll

Intel has released the latest version of its Intel Arc and Iris Xe Graphics driver, bringing impressive performance improvements of up to 268 percent in games for both Intel Arc A-series graphics cards as well as Intel Core Ultra CPUs with Intel Arc Graphics. The new driver is also the Game On driver for new games like Enshrouded, Tekken 8, strangely popular Palworld, and other new titles, and it also fixes some previously noted issues.

Samsung Galaxy Book4 launched in three versions and with AI
Published in Mobiles

Gets Intel Core Ultra processors

Following Intel's recent launch of Core Ultra Meteor Lake processors, Samsung has announced its new Galaxy Book4 notebook series, featuring three different versions, Galaxy Book4 Ultra, Galaxy Book4 Pro, and the Galaxy Book4 360.

Intel officially announces new Core desktop/mobile processors brand update
Published in PC Hardware

Removes the "i" for upcoming Meteor Lake processors

Intel has now officially announced the name change for its client-segment Core desktop and mobile processors, calling it the biggest brand update in 15 years. Starting with the upcoming Meteor Lake processors, the Intel client branding structure will no longer include the famous "i", but rather just stick with numbers and Core Ultra for its high-end lineup. Intel is also updating its badge designs for Intel Evo and vPro notebooks.