As Intel goes so goes Windows 8.
The chipmaker just unveiled its roadmap for Window 8 tablets. At the core will be the latest generation of Atom processors: quad-core architecture at a 22nm size. Intel calls it the Bay Trail and expects to see it within shipping hardware in late 2013 — including Android tablets.
With this latest chip, Intel is reconfirming its commitment to Windows 8.
While much of the focus at MWC 2014 is on smartphone and tablet manufacturers and where they are heading with their devices, other companies are present to help show how they want to power those new devices.
On the first day of the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) conference, new Intel CEO Brian Krzanich revealed plans for a “Quark” processor family that uses a tenth the power of an Atom chip and is designed for low-power applications ranging from the “Internet-of-Things” (IoT) apps to wearable computing.
So I have a desktop PC and it is impossible for me to boot it up anymore. It boots up just fine but after between 5 to 30 seconds the central chip on the motherboard (Intel G43 Chip I believe) heats up really fast and restarts the computer. That is the only chip that heats up really fast and everything else is fine. I've tried stripping the PC to a bare minimum but the problem still persist.