Preview of Intel Itanium 9500 Specifications

The Internet community is actively discussing new Intel's development, processors Poulson, that belongs to the tenth generation of Intel Itanium. All previous data about the upcoming product were vague and void of official proofs. Currently, the data are more ample and allow the community to study the future processor in more details. Thus, Intel Itanium 9500, codenamed Poulson, will be presented by four models the release of which is planned for early autumn.



The crystal of Poulson processor will consist of 3.1 billion transistors that are called to form eight computing cores. Each core counts up 89 million transistors and the pipeline width is doubled to twelve instructions. This way CPU developers implement more efficient approach towards transistor budget. Just for comparison purposes, Poulson's predecessor, Tukwila, counted 109 billion transistors per core.


To continue, Poulson CPUs will accommodate a couple of cache memory arrays, five channels of QPI bus, system …

Intel Kabby Lake Core i5 7600K Processor Review

Join us for checking out the new Kabby Lake Core i5 7600K processor from Intel which has just appeared on sale. Based on the 14nm Node the new processors of the Core i5 series are meant for being used by mainstream consumers and are quite budget friendly as opposite to the other Intel products. So let’s look at the processor’s performance in a wide variety of situations and different benchmarks.



Core i7 7700K as well as Kaby Lake Core i5 7600K processors have been developed for the desktop platform and are a mere respin of the previous Skylake which means that both previously mentioned processors are Socket 1151, though possessed as a brand new chipset.


So this means that your Z170 or H170 motherboard will be absolutely compatible with any of the two Kaby Lake processors after a BIOS upgrade. In addition to being quite powerful for such a moderate price, both of the newly released processors are energy efficient enough to compete with their more expensive brethren. …

A Low-profile SilverStone NT08-115XP Cooling System

Nowadays compact systems are becoming more widespread, thus increasing the popularity of low-profile cooling systems. Specifically for such systems, the SilverStone Company has designed a low-profile air cooling system under the NT08-115XP codename.



NT08-115XP is announced to be an alternative to a standard cooler out of the CPU supply kit. The manufacturer states, that this cooling system is able to disseminate up to 65 W of heat, so it’s not effective enough to chill down powerfull CPUs.


The dimensions of the SilverStone NT08-115XP cooling system are the following: 101 x 101 x 33 mm. It possesses an aluminum heatsink with a copper center hub. The rotary speed of the 80 mm fan (10 mm thick) is in the range of 1200–3400 rpm, producing an air flow of 5.64–15.98 CFM (9.58–27.15 m3/hr) and a noise level of 16.5–28.98 dBA.


This specialty is compatible with Intel LGA 115x sockets only.


The price has not been voiced yet.
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