Gigabyte has updated its workstation PC lineup with the latest AMD Ryzen and Ryzen Threadripper processors.
Valve has today posted a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to help answer the concerns of gamers.
According to the latest investigation by Taiwanese research firm, TrendForce, the pricing structure of the DRAM market is set to decline by a bit as we move into the fourth quarter of this year.
Nvidia has patented a "face-to-face" 3D stacking of dies that could lead to the creation of the company's first 3D GPU design.
Nvidia has prepared Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing technology to enhance image quality and smooth the edges of your favorite game titles, starting with The Elder Scrolls Online.
Researchers from MIT have developed a new technique for supercomputer monitoring and diagnostics that visualizes the hardware in 3D and alerts users in real-time to any possible issues.
XFX has prepared a water-cooled Radeon RX 6900 XT Zero WB graphics card with a very interesting promise of overclocking past 3000 MHz frequency.
According to 3DCenter, prices of AMD and Nvidia graphics cards in Germany and Austria have risen by another 6-7% in September, in addition to the bloated August prices.
A small, Brazilian-based Linux distribution called LinuxFX has been updated to version 11, bringing the look and feel of Windows 11 to Linux users.
Numerous users are complaining that the latest Windows 10 Tuesday patch, mostly focused on the PrintNightmare vulnerability, is bringing Windows Network Printing functionality to a stop.
Researchers from Incheon National University in South Korea have been working on a proof of concept solution for processors based on DNA molecules, which delivers a great promise.
Thanks to a new leak, we have information about the frequency of the upcoming GPU from Samsung Exynos 2200 SoC, based on AMD's Radeon RDNA2 architecture.
Intel's upcoming LGA 1700 socket has been pictures and we have a few more details about it, including the maximum applied force that it can withstand.
Intel will enable systems to update their firmware, like UEFI, without rebooting, thus minimizing system downtime.
Philips' new 279M1RV gaming monitor, design for Xbox, carries a 4K 144 Hz panel with G-SYNC support, and Ambiglow technology.
An SoC from Samsung's upcoming collaboration with AMD Radeon graphics has appeared, and it shows some not-so-very impressive CPU performance results.
ZeroPoint Technologies had developed a new hardware-based approach for enabling expanded system memory capacity, by using advanced data compression algorithms in hardware.
Puget Systems has reported that it has gotten past the lion's share of component supply disruptions from the pandemic.
The open-source RadeonSI driver for workstation-grade software has been updated with new code, gaining 10% more performance.
A new leak shows us further details of Intel's Z690 chipset designed for Alder Lake, with PCIe Gen5 and mixed DDR4/DDR5 support.
Igor's Lab has today detailed AMD's upcoming Raphael processor's thermal and power management features, with some exclusive information.