With just a day to go for the special Nvidia GPU event about next-gen RTX 30 series, leaks are coming in thick and fast, this time from AIBs ASUS and Gainward, almost confirming the rumored specs.
Samsung has announced a new technology called eXtended-Cube (X-Cube) that will enable more performant and efficient devices. It said the technology unlocks next-gen applications like 5G.
During its earnings report today, Intel confirmed that it's delaying its 7nm processors by six months after its previous (unannounced) release date. The company delayed 10nm for years.
AMD will allegedly launch desktop Ryzen Renoir 4000 series APUs to OEMs first under the guise of 4000 PRO series. From multiple leaks, we are now able to ascertain the specs of these parts.
At SC19, Intel revealed more information about its GPU-accelerated HPC, AI and exascale ambitions. The company also announced the rumored Ponte Vecchio GPU which will drive such solutions.
Intel's discrete graphics is allegedly codenamed "Ponte Vecchio". These GPUs will reportedly power 'Project Aurora', which intends to be the first in the U.S. to break exascale computing.
AMD's 7nm Zen 2 mobile CPUs are almost ready and will launch at CES 2020, says a report. Like in desktops, it seems like AMD's new mobile offerings are a significant step-up from the previous gen.
AMD is reportedly making two new mobile GPUs to take on Nvidia's mid-range offerings. These will be powered by the firm's 7nm Navi architecture and the initial purported performance is impressive.
AMD delayed the September launch of the Ryzen 9 3950X by a couple of months to November. The 16-core 32-thread monster CPU is allegedly facing clocking issues, similar to other Ryzen 3000 processors.
AMD's upcoming Ryzen 5 3500X is the first sub-$200 Ryzen 3000 CPU based on the Zen 2 design. This is aimed to directly compete with Intel's Core i5-9400F offering as a budget gaming alternative CPU.
AMD's much-anticipated 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X is expected to be launched this month. The launch date might be near as an image of the retail version of the chip has made its way to Reddit.
AMD today announced and detailed the next generation of its 7nm CPU and GPU products, including five new processors leveraging its Zen 2 architecture and the new Radeon 5000 Navi GPU series.
At its annual investor meeting, Intel revealing some of its plans for upcoming products. The 10nm Ice Lake processors will begin shipping in large quantities this June, and 7nm will debut in 2021.
A newly leaked AMD APU that has an octa-core processor based on the Zen+ or Zen 2 architecture and a 7nm Navi GPU could be powering the next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft.
With its developer conference now over, Samsung has taken to social media to tease the announcement of its next Exynos chipset, which is likely to power its flagship phones over the coming year.
At the Next Horizon event, AMD also took the time to showcase its latest accelerator cards for AI and deep learning workloads. Based on the Vega20 architecture, these will be available on November 18.
At its Next Horizon event, AMD shared a few details about its upcoming Zen 2 7nm process micro architecture. Among others, the firm also announced the availability of EPYC CPUs for Amazon EC2.
Samsung has announced that it has begun the production of its EUV-based 7-nanometer LPP process chips. It brings drastically increased battery life, better performance and improves area efficiency.
Huawei today announced the Kirin 980, the chipset that you can expect to see in next year's flagship handsets from the firm. It's a 7nm processor with ARM Cortex-A76 cores, and a dual NPU.
Huawei has had a rough year but it continues to release new handsets. It looks like the firm will debut its 7nm Kirin 980 processor during IFA Berlin and is set to release the Mate 20 in October.
7nm EUV production is slated for 2H-2018; 5nm and 4nm nodes are on track for production in 2019 and 2020. 3nm node is being developed using Gate-All-Around Field-Effect Transistor (GAAFET) technology.
TSMC has been in the news a lot lately, and for all the right reasons. In addition to the usual suspects, Chinese chip manufacturers are set to tap TSMC's 7nm process for their next-gen AI chips.
Wafer-on-Wafer tech could lead to faster GPUs with high-speed, low-latency interconnects; 7nm node hits volume production; 7nm+ node and 'risk production' on 5nm node on track for H1-2019.
Radeon parts based on the new 7nm process node already in testing and on track for sampling in H2 2018. Optimized for AI/ML workloads, lower TDP and modest bump to compute performance.