Leaked slides with confidential Raptor Lake information reveal detailed specs for Intel's first wave of Raptor Lake CPUs.
A new VRM cooling solution has been created that will work in almost every computer case featuring a rear chassis fan, and it's actually quite useful.
A new docking station gives Steam Deck users access to a 2280 slot M.2 SSD for storage expansion and also connects to external displays.
A GeForce RTX 3080 20GB from MSI has surfaced, proving Nvidia was at least thinking about selling a 20GB version in the past.
Cooler Master has unveiled two new computer chassis and an expensive vertical GPU mount adapter with extensive flexibility.
A new post has revealed the new naming scheme for AMD's upcoming Zen 4 and Zen 4c EPYC server processors.
A new Geekbench 5 benchmark shows very impressive scores for the Ryzen 9 7950X, especially as compared to its predecessor — but there's more to the story.
According to new Linux patch notes for Meteor Lake enablement, the media engine on Meteor Lake processors will move off the integrated graphics chip into its own unit.
Logitech is releasing a new gaming handheld in 2022, that is believed to be running Android as opposed to Windows or Linux.
Noctua has released the first thermal paste application recommendation we've seen to date for AMD's upcoming Ryzen 7000 processors.
Intel is adding a bunch of new improvements to an upcoming Linux driver update coming in October, and one of them is DP MST with DSC support.
Intel has detailed the inner workings of XeSS and provided performance and gaming examples of the technology.
Y-Cruncher Author Alexander Yee had to create all his Zen 4 optimizations of AVX-512 for Y-Cruncher by scratch. Nonetheless, he prevailed with Zen 4 support coming in next patch.
A upcoming Linux kernel update is adding a new CPU core error detection logger, to track and record faulty CPUs in Linux-based systems.
Corsair reveals brand new ultrawide monitor that can bend from a flat display into a curved display.
Sony is introducing a new controller for the PS5, the DualSense Edge, to provide gamers more customization options than the original DualSense.
One of Valve's employees unexpectedly announced more Q4 reservations for the Steam Deck are being transferred to Q3, with production outperforming expectations.
Arctic has released a free service kit for all owners of defective Liquid Freezer II AIOs, featuring a bad gasket.
A new motion blur specification has been released by VESA, to more accurately benchmark image quality in motion on all types of displays.
During an RMA process, a Samsung representative reportedly asked a customer to destroy his dying Samsung 980 Pro SSD.
Extreme overclocker SkatterBencher tries his best to overclock Intel's Arc A380 to 3.1 GHz, but Intel driver limitations and PL4 power limit issues prevent a successful overclock.