This chipmaker said that it was reinventing the Desktop PC. It is trying to make all-in-one “tiny PCs”. The modifications it is trying to include is its first eight-core (octa-core) processor for gaming rigs. For those people who want the highest processor core count and memory bandwidth on the desktop, Intel will also give an 8-core, 16-thread Intel Core processor in the second half of this year. This 4th generation Haswell architecture processor will also support DDR4 memory. In tel will also include its upcoming 5th generation Broadwell architecture chip which would feature its own IrisPro Graphics which is currntly in use in Apple’s MacBook Pros and that I think will be enough to call it a High-end Desktop PC.
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