Intel bought the company that makes Killer networking products for gamers

Intel bought the company that makes Killer networking products for gamers

Intel announced it has acquired Rivet Networks for an undisclosed sum and will integrate the company’s Killer brand into its own wireless portfolio. In addition, Intel plans to license out the software powering the Killer product line to other companies, though I’m more intrigued by what kinds of networking hardware and software Intel will ultimately […]
Our overclocked Intel Core i9 10900K CPU sucks 331W of power

Our overclocked Intel Core i9 10900K CPU sucks 331W of power

We overclocked our Intel Core i9 10900K CPU to 5.3GHz on all cores and it drew a massive 331W of power at peak. That’s the processor alone, by the way, not the total platform power draw of our testing rig. That’s almost two Xbox One X consoles running at...
Enter for a chance to win a custom Intel gaming PC like no other

Enter for a chance to win a custom Intel gaming PC like no other

This is your once-in-a-lifetime chance to bag a brand new gaming PC custom-built by a system-modding legend to ensure no other human being on the planet will ever have a machine quite like yours. Thanks to a joint effort between The PC Gaming Show, Intel, and Creative...
Intel Xe leak suggests DG1 is not much of a gaming chip

Intel Xe leak suggests DG1 is not much of a gaming chip

We’ve not had high hopes for Intel’s discrete DG1 GPU—not since the CES trade show when Intel demonstrated some rather lacklustre performance from its maiden chip. Since then it’s also shot down any hope of a high-end Intel Xe gaming GPU or an add-in...