Welcome to Wednesday and your midweek deal post. Discounted deals today start off with the Victus 15L from HP for only $1,099.
GlobalWafers to invest $5 billion in the U.S. wafer production as new fabs from Intel, Samsung Foundry, and TSMC loom.
This project is using a Raspberry Pi to create a virtual 3D map of the room it's in using a LiDAR sensor.
There are lots of awesome monitor deals dropping as we speak! Here are the best offers worth your hard-earned money.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise now offers 1P machines based on Ampere's Altra processors with up to 128 cores.
Threadripper Pro 5000 CPUs are finally on sale, but only in China, and they cost significantly more than their Threadripper 3000WX-series counterparts.
As per a new report, Intel finds itself in another patent infringement case, this time involving its FPGA and SoC chips that use ALMs.
Valve has made a new change to the Steam Deck's original specifications, and is now allowing either a two-lane or four-lane NVMe SSD, which will reduce storage bandwidth on some models.
Arm's Immortalis GPUs use just 4% of the shader core area to deliver a 300% uplift in ray tracing performance. These new GPUs should debut in flagship devices in early 2023.
AMD has released a new chipset driver updated centered around updating Ryzen 6000 mobile. The biggest update is USB4 support for Windows 10 and 11.
A Chinese black market retailer just sold an engineering sample Core i9-13900K on the black market. It's a sign that Intel is finalizing Raptor Lake development.
TSMC will reportedly increase chip prices by another 6% in 2023, which is less than earlier rumors indicated. This will help with expanding its foundry locations and capacities.
AMD's Radeon RX 6400 looks far better when sitting alongside the new GeForce GTX 1630. Nvidia and its partners trimmed the specs far too much on this entry-level GPU, without cutting price enough.
Dell's fantastic S2721DGF 27-inch gaming monitor is back down to $299 currently and that's a huge saving from its usual retail price.
A GTX 1630 launch driver has been released by Nvidia today. Leaks regarding the card's 512 CUDA cores, and 4GB of GDDR6 on a 64-bit bus were correct.
Intel already cut its Alder Lake CPU pricing by as much as 10% in Q2, and it is unprecedented to cut current-gen pricing so early, says a Taiwanese PC industry sourced report.