All About Intel P vs E Cores

Since the launch of their original Turbo Boost technology, Intel has been pushing toward a hybrid performance model in an attempt to maximize performance while minimizing TDP. With the launch of 12th Gen (Alder Lake) processors, Intel has taken that model one giant leap forward, introducing two different types of…

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Intel 12th Gen Core – Benchmarks

Today’s the exciting day that we finally get to reveal benchmarks for Intel 12th Gen Core processors. It’s been a long road to get here, but the wait has definitely been worth it. Read on for some of the eye-popping benchmark results and why we think this may be one…

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Are You Ready For Windows 11?

Are You Ready For Windows 11? Microsoft just revealed their plans for the upcoming Windows 11 launch that includes OS redesigns, new features, and an increased focus on PC gaming. At ORIGIN PC, Windows is key to our PC builds, as it’s the OS that we include on our desktops…

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How To Upgrade to Windows 11

As of yesterday, Windows 11 has officially been released to the world. There’s a lot that has changed and a lot of features have been added, but today we’ll be going over how to upgrade to Windows 11 and troubleshoot any known issues. This list will get updated as more…

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Threadripper vs Epyc

Threadripper vs Epyc – what’s the difference? Though only a few years ago, AMD seemed to have been relegated to the bargain bin, they now have two excellent options for high demand workstation users, HEDTs, and HPCs. For these users, which is the best choice? Ryzen Threadripper Pros With up…

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Intel Xeon W-3300 Workstations

Today, we’re excited to finally be able to talk about Intel’s latest product release – Xeon W-3300 and our new HD150i workstation that it powers. Built on a new Xeon architecture that’s specifically designed to increase both performance and efficiency, Intel has aligned this new set of processors to compete…

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What You Need To Know About Upgrading To Windows 11

Microsoft has announced the latest iteration of Windows and in traditional Microsoft fashion, people are confused by the details. Windows 11’s biggest changes are immediately visible from the released screenshots; Microsoft has taken much of the user interface design work from the now-defunct Windows 10X, which was originally designed to…

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