So they’re finally out: AMD’s answer to the latest generation of hardware from Intel and Nvidia. But how much will they cost?
We’re halfway through the year, which means it’s about time for some new CPUs to show up. Figures from Intel’s next series have appeared online, and some of the CPUs are missing a familiar feature.
Dubbed 3D Xpoint, the new tech promises to be up to 1000 times faster than current NAND used in SSDs. It’s not just some pie in the sky might be invention — it’s slated to go on sale in 2016.