Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week, AMD & Intel battle it out
Two biggest holiday events in Black Friday and CyberMonday are now over and most of the dominant posts were about deals and discounts. However, for our top posts of the week, we looked at news articles and it seems AMD & Intel had their share in the weekly chart.
Top posts of the weeks are as follows.
Intel Allegedly Readying 10 Core, Comet Lake-S Processors – Based on 14nm Process Node, Dual-Ring Bus Rumored
A rumor coming from the Far East seems to indicate that Intel is planning to put more cores on the mainstream desktop lineup.
Zen 2, despite its name, is actually going to power the company’s 3rd generation lineup of Ryzen processors.
one big question on everyone’s mind is, how will the Galaxy S10 match up to Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup?
AMD CTO on Zen 3, 7nm+ CPU Architecture: Will Primarily Leverage Efficiency With Some Modest Performance Opportunities
These will be the first high-performance CPUs to feature a 7nm process node and while they are expected to deliver great improvements in performance and efficiency,
Intel’s 9th Generation Low Power Mobility Processors Leaked By Lenovo – Core i7-9550U Is The Flagship
Intel may soon be introducing new 9th Generation mobility processors aiming the low power segment.
It appears the latest Windows 10 cumulative update also broke the media player for some users who have installed the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.
AMD GPU Shipments Increased 6.5% While NVIDIA Saw 4.3% Increase in Q3 2018, Intel Leads With 13.1% GPU Shipment Increase
According to the report, AMD witnessed a larger shipments increase compared to their rival NVIDIA, while Intel led with the most GPU shipments during the respective quarter.
Fallout 76 Player Becomes Immortal through Bug; Complains to Bethesda About Restoring his Character Back to Normal
A Fallout 76 player has complained to Bethesda about his character becoming completely unkillable through a bug.
Amazon Graviton CPUs to Displace Intel Xeon in EC2 Cloud
Leveraging their acquisition several years ago of Annapurna Labs, Amazon has been quietly working away on making its own ARM based CPU (dubbed “Graviton”) for its cloud environment.