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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Ryzen and Epyc chips have two main issues; L3 cache latency, and 'preferred core' tech.
Improves performance by 17 percent.
In selected benchmarks, at least.
Only Virgin escapes.
Only affects the 2400G and 2200G, though.
Reduces the hit from simple OoO parts.
2015 and older systems will take a big hit.
30 percent faster, 85 percent less power.
Sony investigating the issue.
Doesn't shoulder the blame, though.
Up to 50 per cent better than Broadwell.
Headphone-like technology leads to 400Gb/s links.
AMD's budget build-tastic APUs get an unlocked mulitplier with the A8-3870K
We evaluate the long awaited 6-core version of the Sandy Bridge CPU family
Bethesda's latest opus is as great as it is huge. We don our dragon slaying boots and enter Skyrim.
AMD has finally released Bulldozer – find out how well the new FX range performs.
Gigabyte flexes its FM1 muscles with the dinky A75M-UD2H.
Is the A75MA a good home for a FM1 processor or are you better off looking elsewhere?
The Vertex's cheaper sibling comes to play, but can it keep up with the big kids?
A P67 board that's full of features, but can they justify its high price?
Can Asus' latest RoG board make the AM3+ platform truly desirable?
Adds SATA 6Gbps support and 32MB cache to cheaper models to increase performance.
The 990FXA-UD7 looks great and has a features list as long as your arm, but is it worth buying?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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