Rick gets hands-on with the long-in-development Kingdom Under Fire II.
The Ryzen 9 3950X, Intel's Cascade Lake-X, and AMD's 3rd Gen Threadripper will reshape our perceptions of the CPU market.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Satisfying all your budget needs?
AMD CEO, Lisa Su, announces forthcoming desktop CPUs for later this year, as well as plans for 2020.
With X570 motherboards demanding huge premiums, Intel's cut-price Cascade Lake-X could benefit from more affordable motherboards compared to 3rd Gen Threadripper.
Assuming the VCS ever lands, mind you.
How do AMD's cheaper 2nd Gen Threadrippers stack up against Intel and their own predecessors?
PSUs to come before the end of the year.
No word on Navi.
First devices to land early next year.
X470 motherboards have a huge variation in M.2 port speeds and SATA support, so much so that they risk confusing potential owners.
Previous patches provide some protection.
Should have read the docs more carefully.
No need to rebrand, it promises.
Unless you're a miner, anyway.
The Ryzen 7 1700 was one of the best value first-generation Ryzen CPUs - can the 2700 follow in its footsteps?
Could be on-track for a revenue flip.
Will lead the silicon engineering division.
Nearly doubles its consumer business.
Only affects the 2400G and 2200G, though.
£1,500 for a Ryzen 7 2700X and GTX 1080? Not bad at all!
Ryzen returns with higher frequencies and tweaked boosting algorithms, but is it enough to beat Intel?
Strikes a blow against Intel.
Fires shots at Nvidia's restrictive GPP.
New chipset and boards inbound, too.
November 13 2019 | 09:50
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