Intel’s Alder Lake-HX CPUs are official, with support for PCIe 5.0, DDR5, and overclocking

Intel’s Vision 2022 event is in full swing, and the company used the occasion to reveal its enthusiast-grade 12th-gen CPUs for laptops. Make no mistake — these are desktop Alder Lake processors crammed into mobile packages, and they’re as power-hungry as you’d expect. Intel’s senior director of mobile product marketing…

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Intel’s newest laptop chips power a fresh generation of affordable notebooks

If history is any guide, your next notebook’s new processor launched today, as Intel unveiled a fresh lineup of 12th-gen Core CPUs for laptops—specifically the chips codenamed Alder Lake-P for mainstream notebooks, and Alder Lake-U for ultraportable PCs and tablets. Intel ships about 80 percent of all notebook PC processors each year…

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Intel’s CPU roadmap now extends to 2024’s Lunar Lake

Maybe Intel’s manufacturing business should start talking to its client business. Hours after Intel released a technology roadmap describing how its next-generation process technologies would align with its upcoming processor roadmap, Intel’s new client PC chiefs published their own roadmap. The difference? Intel’s manufacturing roadmap left out the actual code names of the chips…

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Intel’s top-of-the-line i9-12900KS desktop CPU clocked at 5.5 GHz starts pre-selling at US$781, slated to ship in early March

Intel’s top-of-the-line i9-12900KS desktop CPU clocked at 5.5 GHz starts pre-selling at US$781, slated to ship in early March The i9-12900KS is expected to land this March. (Image Source: Windows Central) The fastest Alder Lake-S processor is expected to launch in early March with a considerable price bump over the existing i9-12900K. For an additional…

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Intel’s anti-Apple marketing campaign on Twitter fails miserably

Intel’s anti-Apple marketing campaign on Twitter fails miserably Intel’s anti-Apple marketing campaign on social media has backfired (Image: Intel / Twitter) The heavyweight fight between the two American tech giants is going into the next round. Users on Twitter now mock and criticize the CPU manufacturer from California for its anti-Apple marketing post. Enrico Frahn…

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