Intel teased its new 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processors at GDC 2019. The company offered few specifics about the hardware, but a leak from late February provides insight into what the new processors might offer.
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Intel has announced a new packaging technology called 'Foveros' that makes it easier for the company to place multiple chips together on one package. That includes chips based on different Intel architectures, like Core and Atom.
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What's better than four cores? Six cores, of course. Intel's newest mobile processors up the processor count to exactly that, putting them a step ahead of their predecessors. The company also revealed chips that could power future MacBook Pros.
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Intel’s Next Unit of Computing, or NUC, steps once again into the gaming arena after its first attempt, Skull Canyon, proved less than perfect. The new model, Hades Canyon, has a lot to prove – and it has a not-so-secret weapon.