AMD will allegedly launch desktop Ryzen Renoir 4000 series APUs to OEMs first under the guise of 4000 PRO series. From multiple leaks, we are now able to ascertain the specs of these parts.
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The next-generations VVC/H.266 codec has been announced as a follow-up to H.265. Like the previous codecs, H.266 promises a significant reduction in size with no apparent quality loss.
Leaked Geekbench v4 performance numbers of an unannounced Intel Core-i9-10850K 10-core CPU suggests that Team Blue may not be done yet with launching Comet Lake-S desktop processors.
Team Red has quietly released Radeon Software Adrenalin 20.5.1 Beta driver. This will enable Hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling on the more popular Navi-based 5700(M) and 5600(M) series GPUs.
Intel has released a new DCH graphics driver for Windows 10 1709 or up, fixing a bug in Ring of Elysium (DX12 Beta), and optimizes the game's performance on Intel Iris Plus graphics, and more.
Alder Lake-S, Intel's next-gen desktop platform will be on a new Socket LGA 1700, according to a leak. Team Blue is conducting voltage tests on the new socket, but it may be a while before we see it.
QNAP has launched the TS-x53D lineup of NAS products for gamers, media server enthusiasts, and general NAS lovers. They come packed with the latest features and are now available to purchase online.
AMD today announced its Ryzen 3000XT mainstream desktop processors with higher max boost clocks, and hence higher performance. Alongside these, Team Red also announced A520 chipset, and StoreMI 2.0.
Intel has released a beta update to its Graphics Command Center adding improvements to its several already existing features. You'll need at least a Windows 10 1709, Skylake based PC to install this.
According to an internal AMD roadmap, next-gen DDR5 memory support could arrive on AMD's platforms in 2022. The roadmap also reveals a few of the other features that the new platform may bring.
Images of motherboards carrying the Legion branding were spotted online by a Weibo user. These show the upgrades in the new Blade 7000 series motherboards compared to the previous model.
Intel's desktop Comet Lake-S lineup is coming up really soon and slides from the marketing material of the product have leaked. They highlight what we already have known from previous leaks.
AMD's next-gen Epyc and Instinct will be inside the El Capitan exascale supercomputer. Expected to be the fastest Supercomputer ever, it will be overlooking U.S. nuclear research operations.
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1650 remains the most efficient GPU this generation and now it's getting a passively cooled version by Palit. This could a great solution for fanless PC enthusiasts.
Leaked press deck of Intel's highly anticipated Xe graphics architecture show an attractive looking piece of dev kit meant for ISVs. The slides also reiterate Intel's plans with the Xe architecture.
Nvidia wishes to remain competitive and is not taking the launch of the Radeon RX 5600 XT lightly. The Green Team is seemingly cutting the price on RTX 2060 variants starting with this EVGA model.
ASRock had mistakenly published the specifications of the anticipated Radeon RX 5600 XT GPU on its official website. The specs are impressive, and judging by this leak, the launch may be near.
Leaked slides from Intel reportedly detail the company's upcoming 14nm Comet Lake-S lineup of desktop processor models, as well as new features that we can expect from the platform.
The 4GB file size video recording limit for Android may soon be done away with as a new commit in the AOSP gerrit hints at that. This may be one of the changes in store for upcoming Android 11.
Vulkan has been added to Cemu with this new release version 1.16.0. The change is said to improve AMD Radeon and Intel graphics performance. The update also brings several other improvements.
While the bandwidth provided by PCIe 3.0 is found to be sufficient for most GPUs with adequate VRAM, the 4GB Radeon RX 5500 XT is found to be struggling possibly due to its PCIe x8 limitation.
A new ReShade update, namely version 4.5.0 is out, with a heap of changes. Most notably, it brings improvements to DirectX 12 and Vulkan performance, as well as GUI upgrades, and so much more.
The anticipated RX 5600 series GPU has made its way into the Eurasian Economic Commission database as AMD AIB partners - ASRock and ASUS - register multiple entries of upcoming RX 5600 variants.
UL Benchmarks - the creator of the popular 3DMark graphics benchmark suite - has added a new update to the 3DMark application which further expands the capability of the 3DMark VRS feature test.
AMD's Radeon VII is selling for a very attractive price of $499. The GPU is the world's first 7nm consumer-level graphics card. The unit comes equipped with an impressive 16GB of HBM2 memory.
After teasing it initially a few weeks back, Gigabyte has revealed the performance of its AORUS RX 5700 XT in 3DMark Fire Strike. The card is also launching in North America on December 12.
Thanks to OpenGL CPU multi-threading, a feature that was introduced two years ago, emulators appear to be running games much faster, often yielding significantly higher frames per second.
Nvidia has been ruling the mobile GPU landscape for a while and it looks like Team Green wants to continue its domination. The company is reportedly preparing mobile versions of its SUPER GPUs.
Nvidia has released a new hotfix driver 441.34. This update addresses a couple of issues in Red Dead Redemption 2 and Shadow of the Tomb Raider when using the newer Vulkan and DX12 APIs, respectively.
This simple tweak is greatly boosting MATLAB performance on AMD's Ryzen-based systems. Apparently, thanks to this fix, MATLAB will no longer run on older instructions, even if it detects an AMD CPU.
At SC19, Intel revealed more information about its GPU-accelerated HPC, AI and exascale ambitions. The company also announced the rumored Ponte Vecchio GPU which will drive such solutions.
Intel's discrete graphics is allegedly codenamed "Ponte Vecchio". These GPUs will reportedly power 'Project Aurora', which intends to be the first in the U.S. to break exascale computing.
Nvidia's new driver gets your PC ready for the upcoming Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Stormlands. It also fixes some bugs and adds support for more G-SYNC compatible displays.
Sapphire is reportedly ready to launch the Radeon RX 5700 XT Nitro + Special Edition. As is the tradition, the new variant features a new color, RGB fans, faster clock speeds, and a hefty price-tag.
Photos, apparently, of AMD's upcoming Threaripper 3000 series processor packaging boxes seem to have leaked out and they look fancy as expected. These are reportedly being announced tomorrow.
Blizzard's new World of Warcraft expansion, Shadowlands, could feature several new engine-level features like Nvidia's RTX and Microsoft's DirectX 12, to make for a next-gen experience.
XFX received some flak over the subpar performance of its RX 5700 XT THICC II cooler. The vendor has updated its design and is also offering replacements to previous THICC II owners.
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER is an upcoming mid-range graphics card and it has managed to score impressive numbers in the FFXV benchmark. The new GPU is allegedly launching in less than a week.
It has been made official that AMD's third-generation Ryzen Threadripper CPUs are launching this November. A new report reveals the potential dates for the reveal of specs, reviews, and more.
AMD's 7nm Zen 2 mobile CPUs are almost ready and will launch at CES 2020, says a report. Like in desktops, it seems like AMD's new mobile offerings are a significant step-up from the previous gen.