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Intel is collecting legacy hardware for security research

The big picture: Intel for the past few years has been collecting and cataloging its legacy hardware at a warehouse in Costa Rica, but not for a museum or other historical purpose. To ensure that customers across generations of hardware are protected against newly discovered attacks, Intel needs examples of its older hardware on hand to test with. As it turns out, this was a bit of a challenge for a while consider the company didn’t have a formal method of cataloging and storing legacy hardware until recently.

The chipmaker churns out lots of new and updated hardware each year,

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Intel Core i9-12900K and Core i5-12600K Review: Retaking the Gaming Crown

Intel’s $589 Alder Lake Core i9-12900K and $289 Core i5-12600K come to market with a powerful combination of competitive pricing and impressive performance, taking the lead in gaming over comparable Ryzen 5000 models and assuring a position on our list of Best CPUs for gaming. Intel’s newest chips are also incredibly competitive in productivity work, ranking among the top chips on our CPU benchmark hierarchy. Combine that with Alder Lake’s new next-gen connectivity technologies that bring big increases in throughput via DDR5 memory and PCIe 5.0 interfaces, outstripping AMD’s venerable AM4 platform, and Intel has a winner on its hands.

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Windows 11 Runs on a 15-Year Old Intel Pentium Computer

Amid Microsoft’s statements that Windows 11 was made for newer machines, creative users continue to prove that you can run Microsoft’s latest operating system on most computers. This time, a Twitter user managed to successfully install and run Windows 11 on an Intel Pentium 4-based system.

The news emerged when Twitter user Carlos S.M. posted screenshots, and later a video, of his computer running Windows 11. The video includes benchmarks that prove just how old all the components are, starting with the 15-year-old processor.

To clarify: This is not just a budget PC — it almost belongs in a museum.

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Intel Core i9-12900K Smashes Multiple World Records at 6.8 GHz

After an amazingly long wait, Intel has officially announced the 12th Generation Alder Lake processors, the first heterogeneous mainstream parts that support DDR5 and PCIe 5.0. Our resident overclocking guru Allen ‘Splave’ Golibersuch didn’t waste any time in breaking a couple of world records with the new hybrid chips during Intel’s livestreamed event. 

With the help of a few tanks of liquid nitrogen, Splave pushed the Core i9-12900K to 6.8 GHz on the Golden Cove Performance cores (P-cores), and 5.3 GHz on the Gracemont cores Efficiency cores (E-cores). He also dialed in 5.5 GHz on the ring/cache. For reference, the

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Windows 11 hardware requirements made a mockery of by an Intel Pentium 4 processor

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Intel Arc Giveaway Reveals ‘Approximate’ Graphics Card Pricing

Intel recently began the second phase of its ongoing official Xe HPG Scavenger Hunt, and it appears the company may have inadvertently tipped its hat on pricing for its forthcoming Xe Arc Alchemist discrete gaming graphics cards in the fine print. Depending on how they perform, these could compete with the best graphics cards, but we’ll have to wait and see.

The giveaway details four sets of winners, with the grand prize and first place winners receiving a free Intel Arc graphics card along with Arc-branded merchandise and anywhere between three to six months of Xbox Game Pass for the

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Details about MSI Z690 Intel Alder Lake motherboards appear online – Computer

On the Internet appeared details about MSI multi-motherboards with the Z690 chipset. The company will create several models in the MEG, MPG, MAG and Pro series. The manufacturer has also placed teasers for three Z690 motherboards online.

The information comes from Twitter user momomo_us It was observed for the first time before Video Cards. Among other things, the company presents the Z690 ACE in the MEG series, which should become the highest-rated Z690 motherboard from MSI. The company will also offer MEG Unify motherboards; MSI’s Unify models usually feature an all-black design without RGB LEDs.

Source: momomo_us via Twitter
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Intel website confirms core configurations of upcoming Alder Lake processors – Computer

Intel has published developer guides for the upcoming Alder Lake processors. In it, the chip maker confirms various base numbers for laptop and desktop models. The first Alder Lake CPUs are expected to be released on November 4.

Intel Corporation Reports on their website That there will be different variants for desktop and mobile applications, which will be available with different combinations of CPU and GPU cores.implementation units. The company reported that the Alder Lake-P laptop’s CPUs are up to six Powerful cores and eight energy-saving cores. The same has already been shown Leaked roadmapBut it has

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Intel Launches Rocket Lake Xeon E-2300 Chips

Intel announced the launch of ten Rocket Lake-based CPUs for the server market, marking the first update to its Xeon 2000 series since the release of the previous-gen Coffee Lake-E Xeon E-2200 family in Q2 2019. The CPUs are part of the Intel Xeon E-2300 series, which make up the company’s entry-level, server-bound offerings that aim for stability more than actual benchmark dominance (Intel has validated compatibility with Windows Server 2022 already). The lineup spans from a $182 quad-core Xeon E-2314 up to a $539 eight-core E-2388G, all powered by Intel’s latest Cypress Cove architecture etched onto the 14nm process. 

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Intel CEO: Clients Want Custom x86-Based SoCs

In a conversation with a financial analyst, Pat Gelsinger, Intel’s chief executive, shared some interesting details about the company’s expectations for the future, talks with potential Intel Foundry Services customers and their needs, Intel’s capabilities to address these needs, and the company’s way of taking advantage of internal and external manufacturing. 

Make Intel Bigger and Stronger 

Historically, Intel has always built its core products, including some of the best CPUs, internally using leading-edge and advanced process technologies as well as outsourced some of its low-cost and non-core products to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and United Microelectronics Corp. 

But the economics

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