16 cores, the fastest boost speed... high-end desktop performance on Socket AM4? Let's see if the Ryzen 9 3950X was worth waiting for.
‘Ray Tracing for Everyone.’
Rick gets hands-on with the long-in-development Kingdom Under Fire II.
Seagate reckons it's its fastest SSD yet
For enterprise users, anyway.
136 layers this time.
Only up from here, predicts CEO Milligan.
Oversupply a serious issue.
DRAM by five.
NAND flash price rises likely.
Still no word on price.
1,700MB/s peak throughput.
Three new form factors.
Pending regulatory approval, of course.
Combines cache and storage.
Improves performance, longevity.
Faster, lower-power, if it can only leave the lab.
Aims to drive down multi-terabyte SSD storage.
Acts as Optane-like DRAM expansion.
Not actually four-dimensional, sadly.
Major savings due, claims DRAMeXchange.
First such facility at any DRAM maker, it says.
Will pay Intel $1.5bn for its share.
TrendForce confirms supply rumours.
Adds just 5 percent to its global footprint, though.
Adds dynamic SLC cache.
November 13 2019 | 09:50
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