Category: Intel

Windows 10 latest update : less FPS and more cpu heat!

Windows 10 latest update : less FPS and more cpu heat! If you are wondering why you are getting less fps in your games and more heat in your cpu, then you are in the right place. The problem started after Windows 10 latest update which has a fix to Meltdown and Spectre Security Vulnerability . Meltdown and Spectre Security Vulnerability Impacts Intel most, but AMD, Arm as well Just before the closing bell on Wednesday, Intel released a statement responding to the security issues brought up in this story. While acknowledging that these new security concerns do exist, the...

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AMD Ryzen VS Intel Coffee Lake : Let the fight Begin

How about trying to settle the AMD Ryzen vs Intel Coffee Lake debate? It’s was  a big year for the two processor makers Intel and AMD, with multiple chip releases . Today we choosed the latest Cpu  from AMD and Intel,  AMD Ryzen vs Intel Coffee Lake, for this battle which will be on 5 rounds.   Let The Fight Begin. Your browser does not support the audio element. ________________________________________________ Round 1 : AMD Ryzen vs Intel Coffee Lake AMD Ryzen vs Intel Coffee Lake – pricing and availability When it comes to the basic suggested retail price of the two...

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Dual Boot Phoenix OS Android 7.1.1 & Windows 10

If you did use emulators like bluestacks to open your androids apps or your favorites android games on PC, you already know the struggle. In this article I am going to show you how to install android 7.1.1 as an operation system alongside with your current windows 10 .So basically you will have the full Android 7.1.1 operation system on your pc working the same way as your phone but with better performances because it will run using the full spec of your pc. In this article you will learn how you dual boot phoenix os android 7.1.1 with...

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Intel KabyLake: What should you expect?

Intel KabyLake, the new lineup of 14nm CPUs, was apparently previewed at IDF last week but the attendees had to sign an NDA (Non Disclosure Agreement) so they couldn’t talk about it. Nonetheless, it has ended today and the new lineup that would finally break the old Intel “Tick Tock” cycle is here. “What is Tick Tock? And what’s Intel using instead now?” Tick Tock is a fancy naming scheme for Intel’s plan for a certain process node (i.e. 14nm, 28nm etc…) which consisted of implementing a new lithography every two generation: At first what would happen is they...

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Intel taps 3D NAND to push PCIe-based SSDs into the mainstream

      Intel’s new drives take aim at different market segments from the embedded category all the way up to data centers. The one that’s of most interest to home consumers at large is the 600p series. These aren’t enthusiast grade solutions that push the performance envelope, though compared to SATA 6Gbps drives, they’re rated to run markedly faster, at least in read performance. Just as importantly, the price points of the new drives make them accessible to anyone with a motherboard supporting M.2 drives and who wants to leave behind the performance bottleneck of SATA. Here’s how...

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