Tag Archives: anandtech

More hate fail…

Someone posted a link to my blog on the AnandTech forums… It’s funny how none of the responses discuss any of the blog’s contents (sad, since the post was mainly meant as a discussion piece. I pose a number of … Continue reading

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Independent Mantle benchmarks start to trickle in

Traditionally I like to look at the benchmarks from Anandtech’s review. And their findings fit exactly with the prediction I made earlier: a high-end setup will likely see 10-15% gain at best. The lower the graphics detail, the more Mantle … Continue reading

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Haswell Hasarrived

Intel has launched its new generation of Core i5/i7 processors, codenamed Haswell. If you are familiar with Intel’s tick-tock strategy, this is a ‘tock’: a microarchitecture update on existing process technology. In this case the 22 nm process which is … Continue reading

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AMD Steamroller

Perhaps some of you expected more coverage on upcoming CPUs on this blog, given the history regarding AMD’s Bulldozer. But well, there hasn’t been too much to report on, really. I did a short thing on Trinity/Piledriver, but there was … Continue reading

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