Smaller is better for chip designs
Intel's server market is splitting between 14nm and 10nm too, but neither can match AMD's Epyc. The new, 48-core maximum chips still fall behind the 64-cores of AMD's best, and they aren't landing until mid 2020.
Acer announced refreshed versions of its popular Swift 3 and Swift 5 notebooks. Both models are picking up significant performance upgrades to Intel's 10th-gen Ice Lake processors, and the Swift 5 is now getting a big upgrade to optional Nvidia MX250 graphics.
The all-new refreshed Stealth gaming laptops feature Intel's 10th-generation Ice Lake processors under the hood. Higher-end models will also boast an optional GTX 1650 graphics card.
AMD vs. Intel is a classic matchup, but Intel appears to compete against itself with Comet Lake vs. Ice Lake.
Intel Tiger Lake, with new CPU and GPU cores, could be the most exciting development from team blue in years.
Intel's highly-anticipated 10th-gen chips have finally arrived. With new Iris Plus graphics and a new 10nm process, do these new chips add up to a win for Intel?
Intel and AMD were two of the biggest players at this year's Computex, with new announcements on both the CPU and graphics fronts. But which had the more exciting news, and how will that impact the rest of 2019?
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Dell's new XPS 13 2-in-1 sports a new generation of Intel 10nm Ice Lake CPUs, but it's not the only laptop to see a hardware refresh. Inspiron and Gaming laptops now have RTX graphics options and newly enhanced cooling systems.
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Ice Lake has been years in the coming, and the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 is the first to use Intel's 10nm processor. The device has been completely revamped, flaunting a brand-new design.