Tag Archives: performance

Noctua creates world’s first CPU cooler with active noise cancellation | Chips | Geek.com

Unless you opt for one of the very low-power CPUs on the market today, chances are the processor inside your desktop PC has a fan attached to keep it cool. The higher performance the chip and the more you overclock, the more cooling required. And more cooling inevitably means more noise unless you go with a water […]

AnandTech | 3DMark for Android: Performance Preview

3DMark for Android: Performance Preview As I mentioned in our coverage of GL/DXBenchmark 2.7, with the arrival of Windows RT/8 we’d finally see our first truly cross-platform benchmarks. Kishonti was first out of the gate, although Futuremark was first to announce its cross platform benchmark simply called 3DMark. Currently available for x86 Windows 8 machines, Futuremark […]

Core i7-4770K: Haswell’s Performance, Previewed : Core i7-4770K Gets Previewed

A recent trip got us access to an early sample of Intel’s upcoming Core i7-4770K. We compare its performance to Ivy Bridge- and Sandy Bridge-based processors, so you have some idea what to expect when Intel officially introduces its Haswell architecture. We recently got our hands on a Core i7-4770K, based on Intel’s Haswell micro-architecture. […]