Angstronomics reveals the potential specifications for AMD's looming RDNA 3 silicon.
Gen 2 X-NAND technology may increase the throughput of our SSDs at no extra cost, according to a California company.
A new codename from AMD known as Pink Sardine has emerged in Linux. The codename may correspond to AMD's upcoming Ryzen 7000 Phoenix mobile APUs.
It clocked at 3.1 GHz but consumed only 17.4W. It is a telltale sign that a volt-mod is behind the impressive 55% overclock compared to the stock 75W Arc A380 graphics card.
Out of nowhere, a "GTX 2080" prototype has surfaced online. It gives us a clue that Nvidia was considering extending its GTX 16 series lineup into an 80 series product.
Chinese trade associations claim that U.S. CHIPS Act and Science law will intensify semiconductor geopolitical competition.
Intel shares new gaming benchmarks for the Arc A750 graphics card at 1080p and 1440p on various DirectX 12 and Vulkan titles.
Gigabyte has revealed some new quality-of-life updates for its motherboards, featuring a latchless PCIe slot and a screwless M.2 slot.
An anonymous source has provided news outlet VideoCardz with the alleged packaging and pricing for AMD's Ryzen 7000 processors.
As Joe Biden signs Chips and Science into law, Micron and Western Digital prep to establish new R&D and manufacturing operations in the U.S.
MSI-made PC systems featuring up to an Intel Core i5-12400F and Arc A380 are suitable for eSports gaming or popular internet café games titles but come with prices approaching $650.
Intel has killed off its exotic packaging for the Core i9-12900K and Core i9-10980XE, replacing them with smaller boxes found in its non-flagship models.