The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X, which usually retails for over $350, is now selling for $199.99.
Red Hat revealed new performance world records for some data center-specific workloads that ran on AMD's latest Epyc Rome processors.
Intel says that, contrary to its own documentation posted yesterday, the Apollo Lake chips are not dying faster than expected.
What does APU mean? AMD's accelerated processing units explained, including Picasso, Raven Ridge and the upcoming Renoir and Dali.
Dali is AMD's rumored upcoming value, mobile APU expected to launch beside Renoir in 2020. A newly found Linux driver suggests it may not wield Zen 2 cores.
Intel's server-grade processors suffer from a vulnerability dubbed NetCAT, due to issues with technologies primarily found in DDIO and RDMA.
AMD fills us in one the details of its forthcoming BIOS fix and swats away concerns about reliability.
A leaked version of AMD's new firmwares that fix the Ryzen 3000 boosting issues landed on the Chiphell forums. We ran a few tests to see if they fix the issue.
Intel updated the open source SVT-VP9 encoder with optimizations for AMD's EPYC processors, along with other AVX2 CPUs,
Intel might be planning on launching a cut-down version of the Xeon W-3175X, the 28-core HEDT flagship that was launched almost a year ago.
A new series of Linux kernel patches indicate0 that support for Gen12 graphics for Tiger Lake is well underway.
Intel is promoting a theory that AMD reduced its boost clocks to improve reliability. We investigate the claims with some testing.
The Intel Core i9-9900KS, which is supposed to hit 5.0 GHz on all cores, will launch in October. Additionally, the company is promising Cascade Lake-X will offer high relative performance per dollar.
A persistent bug in Windows 10 means that 3rd Gen Ryzen chips could give inaccurately high or low test scores.
Acer reveals a new thermal pad that is claims allows 77% more power envelope and boosts CPU performance by over 12%.
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