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  • The New AI PCs: What Microsoft and Intel Want

    The New AI PCs: What Microsoft and Intel Want

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    Intel, Microsoft, Qualcomm, and AMD are all working on AI-powered PCs. Microsoft’s AI PC Requirements: – OEMs must provide a combination of hardware and software for the AI PC. – It must include a Neural Processing Unit (NPU), the latest CPUs and GPUs, and access to Microsoft’s Copilot. – The device must have a Copilot…

  • 8K Gaming with Horizon Forbidden West: Nvidia DLSS vs. AMD and Intel Tech

    8K Gaming with Horizon Forbidden West: Nvidia DLSS vs. AMD and Intel Tech

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    Horizon Forbidden West has arrived on PC, making it a tempting option over getting a PS5. The game runs well on an 8K gaming rig with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 GPU. Questions arise about the capabilities of the future PS5 Pro to target 8K resolutions. Sony’s move to bring its games to PC offers…

  • Revolutionizing the Gaming World: Intel’s Battlemage Leak Sparks Hope for More Powerful 2nd-Gen Arc GPU

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    Exciting news for gamers: Recent leak reveals potential power of Intel’s 2nd-gen Arc GPU, the Battlemage – Leak details: @momomo_us on X shared shipment manifest revealing desktop Battlemage (Xe2-HPG) graphics cards with codenames BMG-G10 and BMG-G21 – G10 rumors: BMG-G10 card previously rumored as ‘enthusiast’ level offering, reigniting excitement – Caveats: Recent rumors suggest Intel…

  • “Former Airman Investigated by FBI for Leaking Intel on Messaging Platform”

    “Former Airman Investigated by FBI for Leaking Intel on Messaging Platform”

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    – Jason Gray, former Air Force intelligence analyst, investigated for sharing classified information on Discord – Gray accused of obtaining classified images through access to National Security Agency intelligence – Probe revealed hundreds of images of child pornography on his electronic devices – Gray admitted to creating anti-government “Boogaloo” Facebook page – “Boogaloo” movement known…

  • Is the Intel Core i9-14900KS 6.2 GHz & 24 Core Desktop CPU Worth It? Let’s Find Out!

    Is the Intel Core i9-14900KS 6.2 GHz & 24 Core Desktop CPU Worth It? Let’s Find Out!

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    Intel introduced the Raptor Lake CPU family last year under the 14th Gen branding, featuring a +200 MHz clock speed increase. The main question is whether this update will be enough to compete with AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs, particularly the newer X3D parts. Here’s a closer look at the features of the Intel 14th Gen…

  • “Is the Intel i5-13400F the Best Choice for Budget PC Builders?”

    “Is the Intel i5-13400F the Best Choice for Budget PC Builders?”

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    The Intel Core i5-13400F is a budget-friendly 13th Gen Raptor Lake Core i5 processor aimed at PC builders, especially for budget gaming PCs. – It comes at a wallet-friendly price and does not include an integrated graphics processor (IGP), making it appealing for those using a dedicated graphics card. – Compared to its rivals, it…

  • “Intel’s Upcoming Earnings Report and What to Expect”

    “Intel’s Upcoming Earnings Report and What to Expect”

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    Intel, also known as NASDAQ:INTC, will release its quarterly earnings on Tuesday, April 2nd with a Q1 guidance of $0.13 EPS. Here’s what you need to know: – In the last quarterly earnings report, Intel reported $0.54 earnings per share, exceeding the consensus estimate of $0.27 by $0.27. – The company’s revenue for the quarter…

  • “Why Intel’s $152 Billion Stock Buybacks and $8 Billion Subsidy are Raising Eyebrows”

    “Why Intel’s $152 Billion Stock Buybacks and $8 Billion Subsidy are Raising Eyebrows”

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    – Intel, America’s largest chip maker, received an $8.5 billion grant and $11 billion in favourable loans from the federal CHIPS and Science Act. – The company has spent $152 billion on stock buybacks since 1990, diverting revenue that could have been used for R&D, building facilities, and worker compensation. – Stock buybacks create profits…

  • The Big Intel and Arm Chip Move: What It Means for Startups

    The Big Intel and Arm Chip Move: What It Means for Startups

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    – Intel and Arm are teaming up to support startups and smaller chip companies – The collaboration aims to foster innovation in the hardware sector, particularly for AI, IoT, autonomous vehicles, and robotics – Intel’s foundry will benefit from increased business, while Arm will see greater chip volumes and improved IP based revenues – Startups…

  • Intel’s New Battlemage GPUs: G10 and G21

    Intel’s New Battlemage GPUs: G10 and G21

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    Intel is preparing to release its latest GPUs, the G10 and G21, which are currently undergoing rigorous testing before mass production. Key points about the upcoming GPUs: – They are in the pre-qualification stage, undergoing extensive testing to meet Intel’s high standards. – These GPUs could challenge Nvidia’s dominance in the market and shake up…