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Today is the opening day of Computex 2016, and to mark the occasion Intel has a brand new processor family. Designed for the hardest of hardcore enthusiasts, Intel's new 14-nanometre Broadwell-E chips, the Core i7-69XX and i7-68XX, are its most powerful ever. Forget your garden-variety quad-cores and dual-cores; the Intel Core i7-6950X is an entirely unlocked, overclocking-friendly 10-core monster with support for quad-channel RAM and four graphics cards. If you can't afford the circa-$2200 price tag for the newest top-end silicon, though, new 8- and 6-core CPUs are also on the way.
Batman v Superman had some great moments, but overall, it was the hottest of messes when it came to setting up DC's cinematic universe. Most people agree on that, so when even Alfred Pennyworth himself chimes in, he's preaching to the choir. Thankfully though, he says Justice League won't have that same problem.
The X-Men movies just can't quit Wolverine, it seems. Hugh Jackman's take on the world's most beloved Canadian (OK, maybe next to Justin Trudeau?) has managed to show up in every main X-Men movie, whether in a starring role or as a cameo. But it turns out his savage appearance in Apocalypse could've been even bigger.