The Core i5-10600K is arguably the most compelling of the 10th-gen unlocked desktop parts. First, it's the most affordable of the bunch, set to retail for $262. Second, if you look at the spec sheet, it's basically a Core i7-8700K, an amazing flagship processor in its heyday.
Intel's new Core i5-10400 is a locked 6-core, 12-thread processor that operates at between 2.9 GHz and 4.3 GHz depending on the workload. At around $180, this chip seems to be going head to head against AMD's formidable Ryzen 5 3600. Can the i5 hold its own?
The Core i7-10700K is an 8-core, 16-thread CPU which is essentially a Core i9-9900K at a 25% discount, as Intel has set the MSRP at $375. It's a reasonable discount over the previous gaming king, but will that be enough?
Looking for a SFF PC? Today you can get an Intel NUC that should work reasonably well as a low-profile PC for your work or home.
After Twitter annotated his comments about mail-in voting and fraud, President Donald Trump responded yesterday with an "Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship." As with many official announcements, the headline is misleading: The order is in fact about creating, not preventing, online censorship. It reads in part:
A new report from Chinese publication DigiTimes claims AMD will use 5nm manufacturing for its Ryzen 4000 series desktop processors.
Yes, you can absorb chemicals through your skin, but it may not be as bad as you think.
In yesterday’s announcement of the new Linux Kernel 5.7 RC7, Torvalds wrote: “The biggest excitement this week for me was just that I upgraded my main machine, and for the first time in about 15 years, my desktop isn't Intel-based. No, I didn't switch to ARM yet, but I'm now
Intel’s Xeon is out of the picture, representing a major win for AMD and EPYC.
AMD has sold more than half a billion GPUs since 2017, according to JPR, more than Intel or Nvidia