The Chinese supercomputer OceanLight has just made it into the top five finalists in the Gordon Bell prize, steadfastly facing the premier US Frontier exascale supercomputer.
Intel's Arc A380 is no longer locked behind Chinese borders, with the GPU now apparently shipping to the United States.
Samsung’s curvy big “personal gaming theater” offers thrilling features like cockpit mode, sound dome technology, a remote dial OSD controller, and a $3,499 price tag.
Nvidia’s Ampere graphics cards are reportedly set to get cheaper in the coming weeks, ahead of the Ada Lovelace RTX 40-series launch.
A new 7-Zip benchmark result reveals a 60% performance improvement for the 13900K in decompression tests, and 20% in compression tests in comparison to the 12900K.
The event has been dubbed “Together We Advance PCs,” and you can expect a fairly deep dive into Zen 4 and AM5 platform advances and what they will mean to PC enthusiasts and DIYers.
Grgo Mariani has created a pocket-sized gaming console using the Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller as its main processor.
A Linux expert has reported that Alder Lake laptops sporting the MIPI IPU6 are suffering from Linux compatibility issues surrounding proprietary drivers. Full open source drivers are a long way away.
Appeals to potential customers to “save your neck and your desk space,” by opting for this decidedly different dual-24-inch clamshell display on a stand.
The developer decided to go public with this Switch-fan OS work now that the milestone of the first playable commercial game title has been reached.
Nvidia has reportedly restarted production on its RTX 3080 12GB SKU, as a result of oversupply issues surrounding its GA102 die.
Intel has made the decision to remove native DirectX 9 support from its latest Xe iGPs and Arc GPUs, and replace DX9 with DX12 emulation instead.
MSI’s MPG X670E Carbon Wi-Fi is about €620, and the MSI Pro X670-P Wi-Fi about €410 on average. Converting to USD and taking off VAT would give pricing of $495 and $320, respectively.
Preliminary Ryzen 7000 prices are here and are roughly 10 to 12% higher than Ryzen 5000 was at MSRP.
Maker and developer Pheux9558 is using a Raspberry Pi to power a custom CNC drawing machine with the help of an Arduino and recycled PC components.
We wade into the endless debate: Who makes the best CPU, AMD or Intel? Here's the blow-by-blow in ten categories.
The Raspberry Pi Pico W is mostly found powering maker projects, but in this how-to we use it to build an extremely low power web server.