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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Needs to get Ryzen 3000, Navi out the door.
No word for A320 users, though.
Smoke and a pancake?
One due a lot sooner than the other.
Figures from a German retailer point at it being the best-selling CPU for DIY enthusiasts.
A lone Athlon Pro, too.
Still on track for year-end delivery.
Stormforce offers a GTX 1660 Ti and a Ryzen 5 2600 for £1,000.
AMD is rumoured to launch 16-core mainstream 3rd Gen Ryzen CPUs this year, but is this a long overdue move anyway?
Backers largely optimistic.
First Nvidia drivers, now Windows is hindering performance of AMD's WX-series Threadrippers - issues it needs to fix, and quickly.
Warns of difficult quarter ahead, though.
No firm date for a fix, though.
AMD is rumoured to have a 16-core mainstream CPU in the works, but will this kill of HEDT platforms?
Snags numerous design wins.
The rumour mill is starting to churn, but can we tell more from history than heresay and PDFs about the future of the CPU market?
In selected benchmarks, at least.
I don't know, Antony, you tell me - ed.
Still up from its 52-week low, though.
No firm schedule, though.
Gigabyte's last effort at a mini-ITX AMD board was somewhat spindly, so can it deliver with the Gigabyte B450 I Aorus Pro WiFi.
We take a look at Gigabyte's answer to MSI's MEG X399 Creation and see whether it should be your go-to board for AMD's new Threadripper CPUs.
Can MSI's £90 B450M Mortar cope with an overclocked, eight-core Ryzen CPU?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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