It wasn't all about securing production from TSMC's latest nodes, says local media. For example, Intel is in dire need of more mature node LAN chips for its servers, indicates reports.
MIT Building 12 will be named the Lisa T. Su Building at a ceremony on May 14. Interestingly, this nanoscale research facility was gifted to MIT by the AMD CEO.
Peruvian publication XanxoGaming shares the first gaming benchmark for AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X3D processor.
This embryonic review has been published long before it should have. The source site promises that PC gaming benchmarks are on the way.
Several other products in the roadmap have been delayed a quarter. On a positive note, Noctua has added some fan grills to the roadmap for the current quarter.
Achieving 7.45 GHz meant limiting the CPU to 1C/2T in this instance. However, it has been behind some more meaningful world records like Cinebench 2003 and Geekbench 4 multi-core scores.
AMD has confirmed to Tom's Hardware that a bug in its Adrenalin GPU drivers is causing changes to CPU settings in the BIOS, which results in the CPU being overclocked without the user's permission.
Gigabyte has released a new AMD chipset driver to some of its motherboards that feature a very unique sub-driver known as a V-Cache performance optimizer driver.
Austrian cooling specialist says that to get a tower cooler under 145mm previously would have meant using 92mm fans. This one uses a state-of-the-art NF-A12x25r PWM 120mm fan.
We review AMD's new Ryzen 5 5600 and Ryzen 5 5500 that bring budget chips to the company's vaunted Zen 3 lineup.
We put Intel's new Core i9-12900KS through the testing wringer to see if it earns its $739 price tag.
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