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ASUS new beta BIOS for Crosshair VI Hero allows 3200MHz+ memory multipliers

ASUS added latest AGESA 1006 microcode to its latest beta BIOS for ASUS' AM4 Crosshair VI Hero X370 enabling additional memory multipliers. With new BIOS adding support for 3466MHz, 3600MHz, 3733MHz, 3866MHz and 4000MHz memory multipliers without the need for BCLK overclocking, as well as access to memory sub-timings for more greater memory performance. Currently, this new beta BIOS is...

ASUS Teases Ryzen-based ROG Gaming Laptop

ASUS teased their first Ryzen-powered ROG (Republic of Gamers) Gaming laptop. Other than Ryzen's circular orange logo and the ROG brand, the video doesn't show any more details of this upcoming gaming laptop. Though, the video includes the words "something has awakened," and the post also have hashtag #Computex2017. Which means ASUS will unveil this laptop at Computex 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-P87BBSHAsg This...

AMD officially announced the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition specifications

AMD's officially reveal specifications of Radeon Vega "Frontier Edition", which will give some idea how well AMD's new flagship will perform in a variety of applications. To begin with, the Vega has a total of 64 compute units and 4096 Stream Processors and peak FP32 performance of around 13TFLOPs, which is over 50% higher performance than AMD's Fiji-based R9 Fury...

AMD Announced High-Performance Computing Platform – “Naples” is EPYC

At AMD Financial Analyst Day 2017, company has unveiled their "Naples" Zen implementation. The balanced Zen core in its unrestrained, server-grade level has become EPYC, with AMD CEO Lisa Su showing the silicon in her hand. The new EPYC platform with its I/O performance improvements allows more GPU connecting to a CPU than any other platform, with up to...

Intel reportedly expanding its CPU line with the Core i9 Series

Intel is reportedly getting ready to unveil its new line of high-end desktop processors under the Core i9 brand extension. According to new leaks, with the new LGA2066 socket, Intel will be launching two distinct kinds of CPU series - the Core i7 "Kaby Lake-X" quad-core series; and the Core i9 "Skylake-X" 6-core, 8-core, 10-core, and 12-core processors. The Core...

AMD Raven Ridge APU has spotted on SiSoftware’s database

AMD’s Raven Ridge APU has been located on SiSoftware's database, showing some early details of AMD's upcoming Ryzen-based APU lineup. The first thing is the CPU's model name, 2M3001C3T4MF2_33/30_N, which schemes suggest that the CPU portion of this APU has 4 cores, 4MB of L3 cache and base/boost clock speeds of 3.0GHz and 3.3GHz. This particular APU's GPU features 11 total...

AMD Vega 10 3DMark Fire Strike Results have been leaked

As we are getting close to the launch of AMD's upcoming Radeon RX Vega graphics cards, we are seeing more leaks about it. Now a new leak revealed a Vega 10 GPU with 687F:C1 device ID with some details on its HBM2 speeds and GPU clocks. This Vega 10 prototype being used and spotted on 3DMark's Fire Strike database, which...

SK Hynix’s GDDR6 memory will release in 2018 with 2x more speed

SK Hynix has announced that the GDDR6 memory will release in 2018, offing 2x the speed of GDDR5 while consuming 10% lower voltages. SK Hynix has stated that their new GDDR6 memory will be based on 20nm manufacturing process and offer 16Gbps of memory bandwidth per pin. Which allow GDDR6-based GPU to provide memory bandwidths of 768Gbps compared to 548Gbps...

Radeon RX 480 Successfully Flashed into RX 580

A user named TonybonJoby from TechPowerUpforums has successfully flashed his XFX RX 480 graphics card with the BIOS from a Sapphire RX 580 Limited Edition. The Sapphire RX 580 Limited Edition features a 1411 MHz Boost clock speeds, and the BIOS is available on the TPU forums here.  TonybonJoby has flashed this BIOS using ATIFlash onto his RX 480 card which...

NVIDIA’s Gamer Connect 2017 starts from Kolkata

NVIDIA hosted Gamer Connect 2017 in Kolkata at Filigree Banquets, Raghunathpur Road today. The third edition of company’s flagship gamer engagement event saw a turnaround of more than 1000 gaming enthusiasts. Gamers were enthralled to witness AAA games such as Mass Effect Andromeda, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands. They were also given a chance to experience LG’s premium range...

Xiaomi Mi 6 and Mi 6 Plus pricing leaked, starting from $268

Xiaomi Mi 6 has been rumored for a while now, and it is expected that Xiaomi will unveil the device in the second week of April. We already know quite a few things about the new device before the official launch thanks to various leaks. The company should unveil two devices - the Mi 6 and a more powerful...

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 Names Radeon “Vega” Graphics Cards as Simply Radeon RX Vega

AMD's announced in its Capsaicin & Cream event is the brand unveil for consumer graphics products based on the "Vega" architecture GPUs will be called simply Radeon RX Vega (likely with flowed by GPU/model numbers). AMD also unveiled the "V" (for Vega) logo, which we already have seen from CEO Lisa Su's presser from last week. Though Raja Koduri didn't unveil...

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...

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