Bringing a new range of hardware to market is not an easy task, even for Intel. The company has an install base of its ‘Gen’ graphics in hundreds of millions of devices around the world, however the range of use is limited, and it doesn’t tackle every market. This is why Intel started to create its ‘Xe’ graphics portfolio. The new graphics design isn’t just a single microarchitecture – by mixing and matching units where needed, Intel has identified four configurations that target key markets in its sights, ranging from the TeraFLOPs needed at the low-end up to Peta-OPs for high performance computing.
Leading up the charge on the driver and software side of the equation is Intel’s Lisa Pearce. Lisa is a 23 year...
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Futuremark's 3DMark graphics test suite returns after a one year hiatus. What's new and what can we look forward to for the coming ORB competitions?
Jarred Walton on 4/29/2008
We missed a week due to GDC, but we're back to make it up with our latest installment of Rock Band downloadable content coverage.
Derek Wilson on 2/26/2008
Further down the rabbit hole with more rock band commentary and content reviews.
Derek Wilson on 2/12/2008
Delving into the world of musical video games. We begin an exploration of Rock Band's downloadable content.
Derek Wilson on 2/5/2008
Futuremark has been pushing polygons through our 3D cards for over a decade; now they're ready to take a stab at something more than tech demos.
Jarred Walton on 1/30/2008
Based on reader requests we take a look at how Windows XP is affected by the 2GB barrier, with very surprising results
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As applications begin to approach the 2GB barrier in Windows, we take a look at the problems and the solutions
Ryan Smith on 7/12/2007
Apple brings their web browser for Mac OS X over to Windows, but how does it stack up to the competition?
Ryan Smith on 7/6/2007
Microsoft recently rolled out a new build of Vista. Today we take a look and see what Microsoft has been doing since the initial Beta 2 release.
Ryan Smith on 7/28/2006
Sapphire is bringing out Trymedia's technology designed to give customers a choice in bundle software. Here's our first look at what they have to offer.
Derek Wilson on 6/8/2005
AnandTech's first ever Software Spotlight debuts today with a quick look on a solid file management utility.
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