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AMD Ryzen 7 1700X versus Intel Core i7 6800K – First Official Gaming Benchmarks Leaked

During GDC2017, AMD showcased a slide with the first official gaming benchmarks between its Ryzen 7 1700X CPU and Intel’s Core i7 6800K. While there is an embargo for these benchmarks (meaning that the websites that have signed an NDA cannot share it until tomorrow), this slide found its way to the Internet. Continue reading AMD Ryzen 7 1700X versus Intel Core i7 6800K – First Official Gaming Benchmarks Leaked

Intel will release its new, 8th-generation, Coffee Lake CPUs in the second half of 2017

Things are about to get really interesting this year. We all know that AMD is about to its release its new Ryzen CPUs. And while most gamers are looking forward to it, it appears that Intel will not stand still and lose the fight. During its Investor Day event last week, Intel revealed that its eighth-generation Coffee Lake CPUs will be released in the second of half of 2017. Continue reading Intel will release its new, 8th-generation, Coffee Lake CPUs in the second half of 2017

Intel’s Kaby Lake CPUs are now available, performing slightly better than Skylake

Intel has just released the Kaby Lake Core i5 7600K and Core i7 7700K processors. These processors aim to replace the Skylake Core i7-6700K and Core i5-6600K. The Core i5 7600K is priced at $242 while the Core i7 7700K is priced at $339, and both of them work in existing LGA 1151 motherboards. Continue reading Intel’s Kaby Lake CPUs are now available, performing slightly better than Skylake

Intel’s upcoming i7-7700K appears to be running slower than the i7-6700K in clock-to-clock scenarios

Intel will release its new CPUs that are based on the Kaby Lake architecture in January, however things are not looking good. Expressview has tested this brand new CPU and compared it with the previous i7 CPU, the i7-6700K. And while the i7-7700K appears to be slightly faster than the i7-6700K at default settings, that’s mostly due to its increased Turbo boost and not due to its new architecture. Continue reading Intel’s upcoming i7-7700K appears to be running slower than the i7-6700K in clock-to-clock scenarios

Steam Survey August 2016: Almost 50% of the Steam-survey takers use Windows 10 64bit

Each and every month, Steam conducts a survey to collect data about what kinds of computer hardware and software its customers are using. And according to the August survey, Microsoft’s Windows 10 64bit is the most popular OS as almost 50% of the Steam-survey takers is using it. Furthermore, NVIDIA and Intel have – once again – slightly increased their dominance. Continue reading Steam Survey August 2016: Almost 50% of the Steam-survey takers use Windows 10 64bit

Steam Survey July 2016: Nothing stopping NVIDIA, Intel and Windows 10

Each and every month, Steam conducts a survey to collect data about what kinds of computer hardware and software its customers are using. And according to the July survey, Microsoft’s Windows 10 64bit is the most popular OS. Furthermore, NVIDIA and Intel are have – once again – slightly increased their dominance. Continue reading Steam Survey July 2016: Nothing stopping NVIDIA, Intel and Windows 10

Windows 10 64bit Is the Most Popular OS According to Steam Survey, NVIDIA & Intel Still Dominant

Each and every month, Steam conducts a survey to collect data about what kinds of computer hardware and software its customers are using. And according to the March survey, the most popular OS is Microsoft’s Windows 10 64bit. In addition, NVIDIA and Intel are still dominant as most PC gamers are still using Intel’s CPUs and NVIDIA’s GPUs. Continue reading Windows 10 64bit Is the Most Popular OS According to Steam Survey, NVIDIA & Intel Still Dominant