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Yesterday, we gave you a full overview of four new AM4 motherboards from the folks at ASUS. Today, Gigabyte is returning the favor with five new enthusiast boards based on AMD’s X370 and B350 AM4 chipsets that back the new Ryzen processors. The two boards aimed at the ultimate gaming enthusiasts are the X370-based AORUS Gaming GA-AX370 Gaming K7 and GA-AX370 Gaming 5. Both motherboards feature four DDR4 DIMM slots, support for CrossFire/CrossFireX and SLI multi-GPU solutions, NVMe connectors, Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi MB5 audio, dual network ports (Intel GbE + Killer E2500) Gigabyte’s popular... Read more...
If you are planning a new build around one of AMD's newfangled Ryzen processors and want to get a head start, you can start buying parts now. AMD's top three Ryzen processors—Ryzen 7 1800X, Ryzen 7 1700X, and Ryzen 7 1700—are all available to pre-order now and will release on March 2. A bevy of compatible AM4 platform motherboards are out in the wild, as well. It is a bit of gamble buying into an architecture before all the performance numbers are revealed, though to AMD's credit, all of the information to this point—leaked and official—paints a positive light around Ryzen. According to AMD's own... Read more...
AMD was hoping its Ryzen architecture would return the company to prominence in the enthusiast market and give power users something other than Intel brand chips to consider. The former remains to be seen, but the latter is already taking place. Following AMD's Ryzen Tech Day event yesterday in which the Sunnyvale chip designer announced pre-order availability of its top three Ryzen processors, consumers wasted no time making all three SKUs best sellers on Amazon. Amazon's list of best selling CPUs is now headlined by AMD'z Ryzen 7 1700X. The retail boxed processor is available to pre-order for... Read more...
AMD President and CEO, Dr. Lisu Su, took to the stage at AMD’s Ryzen Tech Day and opened the event with some official speeds, feeds, pricing information, and benchmark scores from the company’s upcoming Ryzen series processors. To date, we’ve seen a number of leaks with related data and benchmarks, but the numbers and information we’ll be presenting here are straight from AMD – they are the real deal, not rumors or speculation. And we’ve got a couple of surprises and new pieces of information to share as well. As most of you probably know by now, AMD’s stated goal with Ryzen – which is based on... Read more...
Whether or not Ryzen ends up returning AMD to its former glory in the enthusiast market remains to be seen, but the good news for folks hoping for some competition in the high-end sector is that leak after leak suggest Ryzen is the real deal. We've seen a spattering of encouraging benchmarks, the newest of which has AMD's Ryzen 7 1700X processor sprinting past Intel's Core i7-5960X chip in Cinebench.Before we get to the performance numbers, let's compare the specs of both processors. For performance junkies, the Ryzen 7 1700X is poised to be one of the most popular Ryzen chips among the anticipated... Read more...
Folks, we don’t have much longer to wait until AMD officially announces its entire lineup of Ryzen processors. But just like a kid taking a sneak peek at gifts under the tree before Christmas, we can’t help but attempt to lay eyes on AMD’s highly-anticipated counter to Intel’s “Core” dominance in the enthusiast market. Today, we’re getting a look at what appears to be a few trays of production processors, complete with the final heat spreader design and an emblazoned “RYZEN” logo. The image of the production Ryzen processors can be compared to recent engineering samples (seen below). If you need... Read more...
Forget about minor leaks when it comes to Ryzen, the floodgates have opened in the past couple of weeks and we're now drowning in news, rumors, and speculation surrounding AMD's next-generation CPU architecture. And with good reason—if Ryzen lives up to the hype, it will be a rebirth of sorts for AMD, which hasn't competed with Intel at the high-end for a long time. But what about the motherboards that will run these fancy new high-potent chips? We're starting to see leaks of those, too.Just a few days ago, our newshound from the north (way north, as in moose territory) Rob Williams posted pictures... Read more...
  While everyone seems to be incredibly excited about AMD’s upcoming Ryzen processors, the motherboards that will pair with the monster chips are just as important. Today, we bring you some X370 chipset lovin’ courtesy of a new unboxing video that showcases the ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero. Sean from KWASTEK was sent an early board direct from ASUS and while we can’t say for sure if he’s breaking the NDA, it surely seems plausible. If you’re familiar with packaging from ASUS’s most recent ROG products (including its gaming notebooks), things are quite similar here with the ROG Crosshair VI Hero.... Read more...
If you thought the Ryzen hype train might start to slow down after weeks of leaks and rumors, think again. The closer we get to Ryzen's release (likely early March, with a possible announcement on February during AMD's Capsaicin event at GDC 2017), the juicier the leaks, it seems. Case in point, the latest bit of Ryzen news involves some interesting benchmarks of the Ryzen 5 1600X 6-core processor. A quick recap is in order before we get to the numbers. AMD's Ryzen 5 1600X is one of 17 Ryzen SKUs AMD is expected to launch. The entire lineup will consist of 4-core, 6-core, and 8-core processors... Read more...
If you're finding that your excitement level is Ryzen, then you've clearly been reading the many rumors swirling around the highly anticipated processor family right here at HotHardware. While it's largely expected that AMD will be releasing its first chips soon, that sure doesn't mean that the rumormill is going to be taking a break over the next few weeks. Earlier, Paul wrote in depth about Ryzen's die shot and cache structure, which came hot on the heels of a week full of other juicy information. That includes a hint of AMD undercutting Intel's just-launched Kaby Lake processors, word of a huge... Read more...
AMD has the attention of the tech community at large with Ryzen, its next-generation processor line that takes aim at power users and enthusiasts. There have been several leaks and rumors surrounding Ryzen, especially over the past few weeks, and most questions will finally be answered when it launches to retail in a couple of weeks. In the meantime, AMD shared some more details about the microarchitecture comprising Ryzen. The Sunnyvale chip designer brought a bunch of slides to ISSCC (International Solid-State Circuits Conference) earlier this month. Most of the information was kept under wraps,... Read more...
With a little bit of luck, AMD will launch its Ryzen processor lineup on February 28 during its Capsaicin event at the 2017 Game Developers Conference (GDC) and put to rest all the rumors and speculation. Barring that, we'll have to wait until sometime early next month, as AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su previously indicated. Either way, the leaks will continue to flow in the meantime. Using information that has already been leaked, a reddit forum member who goes by "Nestledrink" put together a handy chart showing how AMD could disrupt the market by undercutting Intel at nearly every turn. There is a lot of... Read more...
AMD is getting ready to host its second annual Capsaicin event under the headline "Capsaicin and Cream." You might recall that during AMD's introductory Capsaicin event last March the company talked about Polaris, offering up the first official details about its then-upcoming GPU architecture. It also unveiled a Radeon solid state storage architecture and provided a roadmap that ran through 2019. At this year's Capsaicin event, we expect AMD to hype Ryzen and Vega, its upcoming CPU and GPU architectures. The event will take place on February 28 at the 2017 Game Developers Conference (GDC). There... Read more...
The hype level is off the charts for Ryzen, the next-generation processor architecture that is supposed to bring parity between AMD and Intel in the high-end market. If recent leaks are to be believed, AMD will blitz the CPU scene with 17 Ryzen SKUs consisting of 4-core, 6-core, and 8-core processors, all of which will be unlocked. At least two overseas retailers have begun taking pre-orders for AMD's upcoming Ryzen lineup, giving us an idea as to pricing, the launch date, and even what the box art looks like. Belgian retailer centralpoint.be currently lists three of AMD's top-end Ryzen processors... Read more...
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