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Best CPUs, Processors and APUs For Your Money: September 2014

Intel launched their Haswell-E LGA2011 CPUs, with up to 8 cores. AMD new Kaveri APUs are now available. New CPU Coolers recommendations and more!

Best CPUs, Processors and APUs For Your Money: July 2014

Intel with its first 4GHz Quad-Core, Devil's Canyon CPUs, Haswell Refresh and the Pentium G3258 Anniversary Edition are all part of the new CPUs recommended in this article!

Best CPUs, Processors and APUs For Your Money: April 2014

Intel Core i7-4771, Intel Haswell Celeron/Pentium are now more affordable and more on what Intel and AMD are preparing for the future.

WebCL Will Soon Let Web Developers Harness The Power Of Multi-Core GPUs And CPUs From The Browser

9 months agoTechnology : TechCrunch

Web browsers, for the most part, can't use the full power of your computer or mobile device. The code they execute tends to run in a sandbox that's abstracted from your hardware and doesn't give the browser full access to it. So while...Show More Summary

Best CPUs, Processors and APUs For Your Money: January 2014

AMD's Kaveri APUs, Intel Haswell Celeron/Pentium CPUs and more on what AMD and Intel are preparing for the future.

VirtualBox updated with support for multi-touch platforms, in time for Windows 8.1 & Mavericks

VirtualBox, a free software package that allows you to run a whole range of virtual machines on your Mac, has been updated to provide support for multi-touch platforms, support for the latest CPUs and other notable additions. The upgrade comes on the same day that Microsoft launched Windows 8.1, and ahead of the expected launch […]

A Look at Altera's OpenCL SDK for FPGAs

FPGAs offer the promise of reconfigurable computing: Reconfiguring the hardware to match your application needs. This reconfigurable approach is often more efficient than general purpose processors such as CPUs. However, programming FPGAs has traditionally been hard and usually required expertise in Hardware Description Languages (HDLs). Show More Summary

The Best Processors/CPUs For Your Money: October 2013

In this update, I talk about Intel's Haswell CPUs, AMD's 5GHz FX CPU, AMD's Richland APUs, tell you more about various price cuts and finally, I tell you what AMD and Intel are preparing to launch in the future. Enjoy!

Daily Roundup: HP Haswell Chromebook hands-on, Dell going private, Samsung's 64-bit CPUs, and more!

You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all handpicked by the editors here at the site. Click on through the break, and enjoy. Comments

Overclocking your Bitcoin miner

The name of the game in mining Bitcoins isn’t CPUs, GPUs, or even FPGAs. Now, hardcore miners are moving on to custom ASIC chips like the Block Erupter, For around $100 USD, you too can mine Bitcoins at 300 MH/s with 2.5 Watts of power and a single USB port. Show More Summary

The Best Technologies That Will Drive Your Tablet In 2013

This year, the tablet market will become saturated with a variety of CPUs designed specifically for tablets. Many major computer manufacturers unveiled all manner of touchscreen devices sporting such chips, with dramatic increases in performance and battery life. Show More Summary

Three Windows Tweaks To Cool Your Overheating Ivy Bridge Notebook

Intel’s “3rd generation” CPUs, codenamed “Ivy Bridge”, bring a number of improvements over the previous generation, Sandy Bridge. Unfortunately, for those of us used to getting progressively faster and cooler performing CPUs from Intel, Ivy Bridge delivered on the former front, but not so much the latter. Show More Summary

Ivy Bridge, ivy schmidge: How to replace your laptop DVD drive with an SSD

When it comes to upgrades, CPUs get all the attention, but odds are that turning your boot drive into an SSD will do more for your everyday performance. We show you how to do it right.

The Best CPUs For Your Money: May 2012

Looking for a CPU, but don’t have time to read reviews or just can’t bother? No problem, let me come to your help with this guide on The Best CPUs For Your Money!

The NOFAN CR-95C: a fanless copper CPU cooler for your next-gen build

3 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Interesting times to be shopping around for a processor, but what about a new cooler to go with it? This unassuming little work of art is the copper special edition of the NOFAN CR-95C, which is rated to cool CPUs of up to 100W TDP without the need for a fan. Show More Summary

The Best CPUs For Your Money: April 2012

Looking for a CPU, but don’t have time to read reviews or just can’t bother? No problem, let me come to your help with this guide on The Best CPUs For Your Money!

Sandy Bridge E squashed into $3,000 Clevo P270WM gaming suitcase

3 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

If you thought Intel's super-charged Core i7 CPUs were only for desktops, then AVADirect reckons it can change your mind. The company's Clevo P270WM notebook comes strapped to the back of either a six-core i7-3930K or an over-sized i7-3960X,...Show More Summary

Thermaltake Frio Extreme CPU cooler for Intel and AMD processors

With the numerous attempts to keep your processors working to their full potential comes the need to also make sure that they are cool. The Thermaltake Frio Extreme CPU cooler is compatible with Intel and AMD CPUs. Among the most salient...Show More Summary

The Best CPUs For Your Money: December 2011

Looking for a CPU, but don’t have time to read reviews or just can’t bother? No problem, let me come to your help with this guide on The Best CPUs For Your Money!

The Best CPUs For Your Money: November 2011

Looking for a CPU, but don’t have time to read reviews or just can’t bother? No problem, let me come to your help with this guide on The Best CPUs For Your Money!

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