Intel just released a couple of new processors under the Core i5 and i7 desktop lines that should cater to gamers and enthusiasts looking to get more performance from overclocking. Tagged as the Core i5-655K and Core i7-875K, these two new K-series processors come with mainstream price tags, but offer something that was previously limited
Intel has officially introduced what should be the brains behind tomorrow’s high-end gaming rigs called the Core i7-980X Extreme Edition. Intel’s first 32nm, six-core processor for consumer desktops, this new chip can handle 12 computing threads. It’s basically the fastest desktop processor on the planet—at least until they make a new one.
Intel has officially introduced the first Core i7 processors for notebooks during the IDF. Previously known as “Clarksfield”, the new mobile processors come with a feature set that’s similar to the existing quad-cored Core i7 processors for desktops—including Intel’s Nehalem platform and 45nm process—but run on less power to prolong battery life.
Intel has introduced several desktop and server processors in a launch that unveiled the new Intel Core i5 processor family, two new Intel Core i7 processors, and the Intel Xeon 3400 series.
We’ve been getting a lot of green, eco-conscious PCs lately, and it’s nice that they’ve been getting smaller and more compact to save on space and energy for people who don’t really need the power. But every once in a while, when something like this comes along, you just gotta stop and stare—sorta like seeing