According to a new report today, Intel is purportedly launching its upcoming 12th gen Performance Hybrid-based Alder Lake-S desktop processors and Z690 chipset motherboards in November this year.
At its Architecture Day 2021 presentation today, Intel confirmed that it has worked with Microsoft on its Thread Director inside upcoming Alder Lake CPUs that improves the Windows 11 scheduling.
Intel's Alder Lake-S platform is expected to arrive later this year. However, a new report claims that only higher-end parts are arriving first, followed later by the others in 2022.
Only a couple of days after we came to know about the potential performance of the Alder Lake-S flagship Core i9-12900K, we have a new leak today that allegedly details the specs of the upcoming CPUs.
Windows 11 testing of Intel's Lakefield, based on the company's version of big.LITTLE architecture, shows promising results as the new OS' scheduler seems to be slightly better at task handling.
AMD's latest published patent regarding its next-gen big.LITTLE CPU architecture describes how the two types of cores will manage the tasks between them depending on their core utilizations.
An Intel Alder Lake-P CPU that first popped up back in June last year, has surfaced on Geekbench. Oddly, the CPU appears to have 14 cores, but only 20 threads, and packs 96 EUs for graphics.
The next high-spec MediaTek chip to make an appearance will be the 64-bit MT6795 based on ARM's big.LITTLE technology. MediaTek has released a teaser showing 1080p video captured at 480fps.
The Onda V989, powered by an eight-core Allwinner A80T chipset, has scored over 48,000 points in AnTuTu which is about a third more than the Galaxy Note 3 and twice as much as the HTC One.
ARM has unveiled Cortex-A17 processor with support for big.LITTLE technology for use in mid-range mobile devices with a performance update of 60 percent over the current Cortex-A9 based devices.