16 cores, the fastest boost speed... high-end desktop performance on Socket AM4? Let's see if the Ryzen 9 3950X was worth waiting for.
‘Ray Tracing for Everyone.’
Rick gets hands-on with the long-in-development Kingdom Under Fire II.
The Ryzen 9 3950X, Intel's Cascade Lake-X, and AMD's 3rd Gen Threadripper will reshape our perceptions of the CPU market.
Eight cores at 5GHz, 127W TDP - but is it worth it?
With X570 motherboards demanding huge premiums, Intel's cut-price Cascade Lake-X could benefit from more affordable motherboards compared to 3rd Gen Threadripper.
Won't offer a launch date, though.
Cascade Lake-X and 3rd Gen Threadripper will be the biggest fight yet between Zen and Core.
Also details second-gen Optane, arriving next year.
Cascade Lake-X as well.
With its move to 10nm on desktop still lacking a confirmed launch date, what can Intel do to turn the tables on AMD?
Mobile only again.
Drops info ahead of AMD’s keynote.
Probably looking to increase yields.
The news isn't good.
TrendForce confirms supply rumours.
Forces AMD to go all-in with TSMC.
Beats Nvidia's equivalent, AMD claims.
Gigabit Wi-Fi, new 300-series chipsets, and more.
Still using Arm parts, too.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Claims massive improvements over existing tech.
15 percent performance boost claimed.
Two years later than planned.
Low-power now, enthusiast in January.
October rumour quashed.
November 13 2019 | 09:50
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