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Geekbench scores for Intel’s upcoming 32-core Skylake-EP CPU

Geekbench scores have confirmed the existence of Intel's upcoming 32-core Skylake-EP CPU, which is said to be clocked at 2.3GHz and offer support for 6-channel memory. According to rumors, the new Intel's Skylake-EP will come with 32-core 64 threads with 6-channel memory and Intel’s new Purley platform. The Purley platform will support AXV 512 instructions, and a new 100G Omni-Path...

AMD’s RX 500 series have been spotted on latest GPU driver

AMD's RX 500 series have been found in latest Radeon Software Crimson 17.3.2 GPU driver, confirming the upcoming RX 560, 570 and 580 cards. Currently, RX 500 series is expected to launch on April 18th. This new driver listed the RX 580 and 570 as an AMD67DF device ID, the same ID used for Polaris 10 GPUs, with the RX 560...

AMD Ryzen 5 Series leaked starting from $249 and sale on April 11th

Guru3D accidentally posted some details about AMD's exciting Ryzen 5 desktop processor lineup. With revealing the pricing, which started from $249 for R5 1600X that’s a 6-core 12 thread chip. The Ryzen 5 series will come in two 6-core, and two 4-core SKUs, all four CPU will feature SMT (simultaneous multi-threading) and unlocked base-clock multipliers. The Ryzen 5-1600X, Ryzen...

AMD unveiled “Naples” enterprise processor with Zen Based 32-cores and octa-channel DDR4 memory

Today AMD unveiled the "Naples" enterprise processor, which could mark AMD's return to competitive enterprise CPUs after years. The first "Naples" based CPUs has some staggering specifications - 32 CPU cores spread across eight CCX units, SMT enabling 64 threads, an octa-channel (eight channels) DDR4 integrated memory controller, an industry-leading 64-lane PCI-Express Gen 3.0 root complex, and AMD's new...

NVIDIA’s GTX 1080Ti Spotted in Futuremark’s 3DMARK database

Nvidia's GTX 1080Ti has shown up in Futuremark's 3DMARK database, showcasing similar performance to the GTX Titan X Pascal. Below are the 3DMARK Time Spy benchmark scores which show the comparison between GTX 1080Ti vs a stock and overclocked GTX Titan X. NVIDIA has stated that the GTX 1080Ti will offer around 35% more performance than the GTX 1080...

NVIDIA’s AIB Partners Will Launch Overclock Models of GTX 1080 and GTX 1060 With Faster GDDR5, GDDR5X Memory

Right beside the new GTX 1080Ti, NVIDIA also announced a change to how AIB partners are allowed to outfit their GTX 1080 and GTX 1060 6 GB models in regards to video memory. Due to improvements in process and scaled-down costs, NVIDIA has decided to allow partners to purchase 11 Gbps GDDR5X (up from 10 Gbps) and 9Gbps (up from...

NVIDIA Announces the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Graphics Card with 11GB GDDR5X Memory

Today NVIDIA unveiled the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card, its fastest consumer graphics card based on the "Pascal" GPU architecture, and which priced more affordable than the flagship TITAN X Pascal, at USD $699, with market availability from the first week of March 2017. Based on the same "GP102" silicon as the TITAN X Pascal, the GTX 1080...

AMD Ryzen 7-1800X Overclocked to 5.20 GHz with LN2 and All Eight Cores Enabled

AMD’s Ryzen series processors promise to return to high CPU market, and enthusiast/ overclockers are very excited to take their hands on their Ryzen chip. Now reportedly, a Ryzen 7-1800X sample has achieved 5.20 GHz with liquid nitrogen cooling, and more importantly, not having to disable any cores to stabilize the OC. The 5201.07 MHz overclock, obtained by cranking...

Only AMD’s X370 Chipset Will Support NVIDIA’s SLI

Apparently, only AMD's top-of-the-line X370 chipset will support NVIDIA's SLI technology. The mid-range B350 chipset lacks SLI support but retains CrossFire compatibility, while the low-end A320 chipset will not have any support for multi-GPU technologies. While this may seem a move by AMD to purposely gimp NVIDIA products on its platforms, it stands to reason that even enthusiasts tend...

AMD Radeon Vega GPU Power Connectors Revealed

We first saw the Vega graphics card at CES 2017, but at that time we only saw the front left side and the right side was covered by black tape to hide the power connectors. Now at the AMD Ryzen launch event, the demo system was running a Radeon Vega graphics card with an AMD Ryzen 7-1800X. The Vega...

AMD Ryzen “Spire” and “Wraith max” stock coolers will be good enough

We previously reported that Ryzen CPUs would come with new Wraith coolers, now we have a new leaked that have more details on AMD's new "Wraith Max" and Ryzen "Spire" stock coolers, which promise to give AMD's Ryzen CPUs an enhanced "stock cooling" experience. AMD's new "Wraith Max" cooler will support a max thermal design of 140W, which will allow...

Intel announced Cannonlake CPUs with having a 15%+ performance increase over Kaby Lake

Intel so scared of Ryzen that they announced information on Cannonlake CPUs so early where the Cannonlake Core-8000 series CPUs still a year way. During Intel's annual investors day, Intel announced that their 8th Generation Cannonlake CPUs with have a 15%+ performance increase over Kaby Lake. The new Cannonlake will be built on the 14nm+ with new architecture and expected...

Intel Core i7-7740K and i5-7640K Codenamed “Kaby Lake-X,” with higher TDP and no IGP

Intel preparing to fight AMD Ryzen with two new quad-core processors, the Core i7-7740K and the Core i5-7640K. The new CPUs are based on a refined silicon codenamed "Kaby Lake-X." compare to current i7-7700K and i5-7600K which is based on "Kaby Lake-S." The new CPUs reputedly have higher TDP around 100W to 112W, which is much higher than top...

Intel CPUs may use AMD GPU and could launch in 2017

Back in December, there are rumors come out that Intel has come to an agreement with AMD to use Radeon iGPUs to power future Intel CPUs. The report first came out from HardOCP's Kyle Bennet, back in May he has reported that the AMD's Radeon Technology Group (RTG) was in talks with Intel about supplying graphics IP for use future...

List of AMD’s Ryzen CPU lineup with Intel Computing CPUs

AMD's upcoming Ryzen CPU lineup details have been leaked with 17 different SKUs based on core count and clock frequencies that range from 3.0GHz to 3.6GHz. Below are a list of Ryzen CPU models and their nearest Intel competitor. Right now we don’t know if these CPUs have iGPUs and how performance competitors or price competitors or a mixture of...

AMD discuss on upcoming AM4 motherboards at AMD Meet the Experts

At AMD Meet the Experts, AMD showcase some of its AIB partners upcoming AM4 motherboards and there features.

MSI’s M.2 Shield has been found to negative effect on SSD temperatures

GamersNexus has tested MSI's M.2 Shield thermal impact on M.2 SSDs and find out that M.2 Shield has actually had a negative effect on an M.2 SSD's thermal performance raise SSD temperatures instead of lowering them like advertised. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIkWnnDjhkk As you can see from ‘GamerNexus' video on MSI's "Heat Shield", were they showcases several design flaws on the product, which uses...

Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 looks fantastic in leaked promotional videos

We are just a few months away from Samsung launching its new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Edge smartphones, and finally, we are seeing some leaks that seem to indicate how the next the flagship smartphone coming from the South Korean electronics giant. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GetTzSSaTf0 It looks like the new Galaxy S8 will feature a beautiful edge-to-edge display that is sure to...

Intel’s Skylake and Kaby Lake-based Systems Vulnerable to USB Exploit

Researchers from Positive Technologies have released information, which documents vulnerabilities in Intel's Skylake and Kaby Lake series processors' handling of USB 3.0-based debugging - which could be used to attack, corrupt, and even subvert a user's system. According to this report, the vulnerability allows attackers to bypass typical security mechanisms - both at the hardware and at the OS level...

AMD’s Vega 10 Demo GPU caught on camera at CES 2017

Linus from LinusTechTips has been given the opportunity to have a look at AMD's Vega 10 Pre-production GPU, confirming that the GPU is using HBM and that AMD's CES Demo was running on a standard air-based GPU cooler and it’s small like Fury X card. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8tDaPLHxiE At the video, you can see that the back of the GPU has no traces...

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