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Intel’s latest laptop chips power a new generation of affordable notebooks

If history is any guide, your next notebook’s new processor launched today, as Intel unveiled a fresh lineup of 12th-gen Core CPUs for laptops—specifically the chips codenamed Alder Lake-P for mainstream notebooks, and Alder Lake-U for ultraportable PCs and tablets. Intel ships about 80 percent of all notebook PC processors each year, meaning that you’ll…

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Intel’s CPU roadmap now includes 2024’s Lunar Lake

Maybe Intel’s manufacturing business should start talking to its client business. Hours after Intel released a technology roadmap describing how its next-generation process technologies would align with its upcoming processor roadmap, Intel’s new client PC chiefs published their own roadmap. The difference? Intel’s manufacturing roadmap left out the actual code names of the chips, while…

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Intel’s CPU roadmap – Aggressive tech advances boost power efficiency

With CPU design shifting to an emphasis on improved performance per watt, Intel has followed suit. On Thursday, Intel updated its CPU roadmap with an emphasis on maximizing power efficiency. In a presentation by Dr. Ann Kelleher, executive vice president and general manager of technology development for Intel, the company stepped through its upcoming technology…

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Intel’s Arc GPU roadmap promises enthusiast graphs with ‘Battlemage”

Intel said Thursday that it expects to ship more than 4 million discrete Arc GPUs in 2022, launching Arc Alchemist chips for the notebook market this quarter, and desktop graphics cards beginning in the second quarter of this year. Intel executives also promised something new for 2023: the upcoming “Battlemage” GPU, which a senior executive…

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Intel’s top-of-the-line i9-12900KS desktop CPU clocked at 5.5 GHz starts pre-selling at US$781, slated to ship in early March

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What we know about Intel’s $20 billion wager on Ohio — and US manufacturing

Hint: It’s not about the chip shortage Intel Sandy Bridge Chips On Friday, Intel announced it would build the “largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet” here in the United States, on a 1,000-acre plot of land in New Albany, Ohio. Hours later, President Biden, Ohio governor Mike DeWine, US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo,…

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Intel’s megafab will not solve chip shortages in the near future

As the worldwide chip shortage persists, Intel said Friday that it’s trying to build its way out of it. The chip giant announced plans for a new fab complex in Licking County, Ohio, near Columbus. Intel committed $20 billion to the new facility, which Time had earlier reported would include a pair of fabs. Intel…

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Intel’s new Ohio chip-making mega-site could host up to 8 factories

Intel is investing $20 billion into a new semiconductor manufacturing “mega-site” in Ohio, the technology company confirmed on Friday. The nearly 1,000-acre site will feature at least two new chip-making factories, though Intel says it could ultimately accommodate up to eight. CEO Pat Gelsinger told Reuters he believes it could become “the largest semiconductor manufacturing…

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Intel’s SGX Deprecation Impacts DRM and Ultra HD Blu Ray Support

The big picture: Today’s technology has made high quality video available at the push of a button. But while streaming provides the ultimate in convenience, factors ranging from superior A/V quality to a need for physical media due to poor connectivity has kept the Blu-ray community alive and well if only niche. Unfortunately, Blu-ray enthusiasts…

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Exclusive: Intel’s 12th-gen Core i9 laptop CPU is the fastest in our early tests

Intel’s Core i9-12900HK indeed fulfills the company’s proclamation of being the “The fastest mobile processor. Ever,” based on the results of our early, exclusive hands-on performance testing of several 12th-gen laptops. Intel, which unveiled its 12th-gen Alder Lake laptop CPUs just last week at CES, let PCWorld take four nearly identical laptops outfitted with the…