The Xeon E5-2699 V5 CPU

Intel
Intel's new Skylake-EP Xeon E5 lineup should be coming in mid-2017 and today we have another leak showing the Xeon E5-2699 V5 CPU, which is a massive 32-core, 64-thread SKU.

No 6-core until 9th generation

Intel
According to the latest leaked slides, it appears that Intel's 9th generation Core Coffee Lake processor family will bring the first 6-core SKU to the mainstream desktop lineup.

Bringing more PCIe lanes

Intel
Today, we get to check out a bit more information regarding Intel's upcoming Z270 and H270 Express chipset motherboards, that should be launching early next-year.

Newer and faster version

Intel
During the Super Computing 2016 conference, Intel has unveiled the new Xeon E5-2699A v4 CPU, a faster version of the currently available Broadwell-based E5-2699 v4.

Entry-level Kaby Lake for overclocking

Intel
According to the latest report, Intel is preparing a budget-oriented Core i3 Kaby Lake chip that will be aimed at overclockers, the Core i3-7350K.

Coming with 300-series chipset

Intel
According to the latest report, future Intel chipset could integrate both native WLAN and USB 3.1.

Shows the new socket

Intel
Today, we have a chance to check out the first picture of Intel's upcoming Skylake-X CPU which is rumored to be based on a new LGA 2066 socket and available in 6-, 8- and 10-core versions.

M.2 2280 form-factor and PCIe NVMe interface

Intel
According to the latest report, Intel is preparing an update to its PCIe-based SSD performance lineup in the form of the TLC 3D NAND-based 610P M.2 form-factor series with PCIe NVMe interface.

Compared to Core i5-6600K

Intel
While we have already seen plenty of benchmark leaks about Intel's upcoming Kaby Lake lineup, the latest benchmarks of the Core i5-7600K, show that we can expect a 10 percent performance increase when compared to previous Skylake architecture.

The new HEDT platform for Skylake-X CPUs

Intel
A recent leak has provided more details regarding Intel's new X299 chipset that will be a part of the next HEDT (High-End Desktop Platform) for Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X CPUs.

M.2 NVMe SSD for data centers

Intel
Intel has announced its newest M.2 NVMe SSD series meant for data centers, the DC P3100 SSD series.

Apollo Lake for IoT

Intel
Intel has launched its new Apollo Lake Atom E3900 series CPU aimed at IoT market and use in segments such as industrial, automotive, video, manufacturing, retail, and more.

Coming with 2nd generation Purley platform

Intel
Although Intel's 3D XPoint memory modules were expected with the launch of Skylake EP server CPUs and the new Purley server platform in the first half of next year, it appears that the launch has been delayed and support for such modules will be coming with later, with the 2nd generation Purley platform.

Up to 10 percent faster than Core i5-6600K

Intel
A new set of leaks shows that the fastest Intel Kaby Lake Core i5 chip will bring the expected 10 percent performance increase compared to the same class CPU based Skylake architecture.

Core i5-7600K hits 5.1GHz on air

Intel
There were plenty of Intel Kaby Lake leaks so far so it does not come as a surprise that we now we have a chance to check out how some of these CPUs overclock and it appears that these are quite overclockers since the Core i7-7700K flagship hit 6.7GHz on LN2 while the Core i5-7600K pushed to 5.1GHz on air.

Other chips and motherboards as well

Intel
A big leak during weekend has revealed a bit more information regarding some of the upcoming Intel Kaby Lake chips, including the Core i5-7600K, Core i5-7500T, Core i3-7300 and Pentium G4620, as well as confirms the upcoming ASUS and Gigabyte 200-series motherboards.

With ARM cores and HBM2

Intel
Intel has announced that it has started sampling the Stratix 10 FPGA (field programmable array) chips to its customers, which is the industry's first 14nm FPGA.

Gets you about 10 percent gain

Intel
As you already know, Intel has already launched its 7th generation Core Kaby Lake chips that are based on the new 14nm+ FinFET manufacturing process and now we have some of the first official reviews of the chip.

Massive socket for massive CPU

Intel
Intel's Purley platform will be based on the new LGA3647 socket and offer some impressive features as well as bring support for Intel's upcoming Xeon EP/EN and Knights Landing chips.

In mainstream enterprise market for now

Intel
It appears that NVMe SSDs are getting cheaper by the day and it won't be long before consumer NVMe SSDs are actually cheaper than SATA interface SSDs, as this is already happening in the mainstream enterprise market.
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