Snapdragon 632, 439 and 429 specifications: new Qualcomm midrange processors

Snapdragon 632, 439 and 429

The new 632 chip from Qualcomm is positioned as the successor to the 630. It is the first time that the company brings to the mid-range its largest cores, the Kryo. Within this Snapdragon 632 we find 8 Kryo 250 cores, a cluster of 4 + 4, which are capable of operating at a speed of 1.8 GHz. In this SoC we find the Adreno 506 GPU and we can connect a 24 MP camera or a double camera of 13 MP each using ISP. The maximum screen resolution will be FHD +.

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AMD Ryzen 5 2500X and AMD Ryzen 3 2300X specifications now available

AMD Ryzen 5 2500X and AMD Ryzen 3 2300X specifications

Today, we have come to know more about the specifications of the new models Ryzen 3 2300X and 2500X Ryzen 5, as well as energy – efficient models E. The names of these processor models are not a novelty for anyone, they have been appearing for some time on some pages of motherboard manufacturers, but today we fill in some gaps in their specification tables.

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Intel Core i3-8121U specifications, being used on Lenovo Ideapad 330

Intel Core i3-8121U in Lenovo Ideapad 330 laptop

The Chinese manufacturer Lenovo, has just introduced its new Ideapad 330 cheap laptop. This new model of the manufacturer will be the first, globally, to mount an Intel Cannon Lake processor. The Intel Core i3-8121U is part of the new processors that will be manufactured using the troublesome 10nm node that Intel has been developing these years ago. It seemed that they were reluctant to go to the market, but we can already see that Intel has solved the manufacturing problems for the 10 nm node. At least enough to start manufacturing some processors of its range of laptops. However, we are scared enough that Intel has not officially introduced these new processors with Intel Cannon Lake kernel.

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New AMD Ryzen 2 processors: AMD Ryzen 3 2100, 2300X, Threadripper 2900X, 2920X, 2950X

AMD finally adds models of AMD Ryzen 3 in its AMD Ryzen 2 processor catalog. To begin the list of the new Ryzen 2000 processors that the company has introduced, we started with the Ryzen 3, the company’s entry range. These will be the AMD Ryzen 3 2100 and the AMD Ryzen 3 2300X, these processors arrive with four cores without SMT.

New AMD Ryzen 2 processors

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Intel Core i7-8650U vs Core i7-8550U benchmark: which processor is best for your laptop

Intel Core i7-8650U vs Core i7-8550U benchmark

Today we benchmark the Intel Core i7-8650U and the Intel Core i7-8550U, what should be in our future laptop? If we look at the specifications of these processors we find very similar data. Both processors are part of the eighth generation Kaby Lake R and are manufactured using the 14 nm process. Both have a maximum of four cores and eight threads, with a TDP of 15 W and integrated graphics Intel UHD Graphics 620. If we continue reading your file, we find that they support dual-channel DDR4 RAM up to 2400 MHz and the sets Manual, AVX2, Quick Sync, Virtualization and AES-NI.

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AMD Mobility Radeon 400 series specs released

AMD has officially confirmed the specifications of your graphics card Mobility Radeon 400 series on its website. The line consists of several series chips Radeon Radeon R9 and R7 to be integrated into mobile platforms ranging from high – performance to low power solutions. The new Mobility Radeon Radeon 400 Series, at least until this Polaris consists of rehashes of the current 300 series.

AMD Mobility Radeon 400 series

The catalog of the AMD Radeon R9 M400 series includes three chips. The Radeon R9 M485X, M470X the Radeon R9 and R9 Radeon M470. The three chips are based on core graphics cards already on the market: For example, the Radeon R9 M485X is powered by the AMD Antigua XT GPU. This chip has the same specifications as the Radeon R9 M395X with 8 GB of GDDR5 memory operating in a memory bus of 256 bits and a memory clock of 1250 MHz. The other two chips are based on the architecture of the charts Bonaire core. The Radeon R9 M470X has 14 computer units including 896 stream processors, while the GPU Radeon R9 470 comes with 12 computer units that move 768 shaders. Both chips have 4 GB of GDDR5 memory at a speed of 1500 MHz, running a memory interface of 128 bits.

The catalog of the AMD Radeon R7 M400 series includes five chips. All chips are based on older graphics cards. Starting with the Radeon R7 M465X having a chip 512 stream processors and includes 4GB GDDR5 GRAM with a clock frequency of 1125 MHz. The next two are nuclei Topaz XT based on Radeon R7 M465 and R7 M460 using the same core configuration of 384 stream processors with 4 GB of GRAM. There are also variants with only 5 units employing computer (320 stream processors), including the Radeon R7 M445 and M440 Radeon R7.

Finally, the catalog of the AMD Radeon R5 M400 series consists of three graphics cores that will be targeted at low – cost computer systems, the range most basic products. The SKU includes R5 M435, M430 and R5 R5 M420 graphics cards, which are based on architectures Sun Jet XT and Pro. All these centers offer the same core configuration with 320 stream processors. The memory includes variants 4GB GDDR5 or DDR3 with a clock frequency of 1000 MHz and run all through a 64 – bit bus.

Seeing everything you have just read, certainly more than one you’re wondering where are the graphs with Polaris. Well, since AMD has not yet presented these graphics cores, it is logical that are not reflected on their website, but I noticed that there are certain nomenclatures that AMD has not yet presented such as the M490X R9, M490, M480X and M480 . These, these models assume that will incorporate the new Polaris that cores inside. And of them, as a personal opinion, I think the R9 and R9 M490X M490 portable version will incorporate a core Polaris 10, while the M480X R9 and R9 M480 will be incorporating within the Polaris 11 cores.

Core i7-7700K specs leaked

Core i7-7700K specs were leaked. Through the database software benchmarks SiSoft SANDRA has leaked what will be the next processor Intel “Kaby Lake” Core i7-7700K , a processor of four cores and eight threads of a process that will form the top end of the processors “normal” desktop (not extreme) Intel for its next generation.

Core i7-7700K specs

Just just landed on the market the sixth generation of Intel Core processors and the company has already prepared the seventh generation, named Kaby Lake. The Intel Core i7-7700K is the flagship of this ship for its range of desktop, and so we can see in the database SiSoft SANDRA it is a quad-core processor with hyperthreading (eight processing threads) will work base to 3.6 Ghz and 4.2 Ghz will reach in Turbo Boost mode.

When compared with the current Core i7-6700K, operating at 4 GHz base and 4.2 GHz in Turbo mode, in principle we found no gain but quite the opposite, but be aware that the model that has appeared in this 7700K database is certainly an engineering sample just like the Intel Core i7 6950x that went on sale on Ebay and was an engineering sample as well.

BMI of i7-7700K work at 4 GHz, and integrated graphics core will have 24 execution units, like the current Skylake-D. The cache configuration would also be the same, with 256 KB L2 per core memory and 8 MB shared L3 memory. The “Kaby Lake” chip will be manufactured, also with the process 14 nanometer Intel, and logically because the data are quite similar to the current generation is to understand that the improvement will be in energy efficiency (we face a processor Core i7 with only 65W TDP?).

In any case, it seems logical to think that Kaby Lake use the same Intel LGA1151 socket that Skylake, and in theory be compatible with the 100 series of chipsets if we stick to the tick-tock process that Intel has been following many generations already. However, it is expected that the 200 series of chipsets accompany the launch of Kaby Lake when it occurs.