Intel on Wednesday introduced new 530-Series solid-state drives with NAND flash memory devices that have 20-nanometer dimensions. Available in three form factors and storing 80 gigabytes to 480GB, the SSDs are aimed for use in desktop, ultrabook and workstation computers. Meanwhile, Intel said it would bring out a microcode update for its processors, preventing K-Series processors from being overclocked by users, except in the case of Z87-based motherboard chipsets.

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