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November will be here before we know it, and with it comes the retail availability of AMD's latest generation Ryzen 5000 series, based on Zen 3. Then we will have a clear picture of whether the new chips truly deliver upon AMD's claimed 19 percent IPC (instructions per clock) uplift over Zen 2. As we wait, more... Read more...
Yesterday, we brought you news about the upcoming Ryzen 5000 family of APUs that will find their way into laptops starting early next year. What we also learned is that despite the fact that AMD has taken steps to align its APU and CPU family with the 5000 Series branding, things arestillgoing to be a bit complicated... Read more...
You have questions, I have questions, we all have questions about AMD's recently announced Ryzen 5000 series, and specifically regarding how actual performance stacks up with the company's claim of a 19 percent IPC (instructions per clock) uplift over the Ryzen 3000 series. Reliable answers will have to wait... Read more...
On this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks podcast, we'll be talking up AMD's recently announced Zen 3-based Ryzen 5000 series processors, Google's new Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 Android smartphones, the latest 5G Apple iPhones, a vintage eMachines system reborn with Ryzen and Radeon firepower and details of... Read more...
One of the last places you would expect to see a Ryzen 5000 series desktop processor is inside a Mac system. Apple is even shifting away from x86 processors altogether, having announced plans to phase out its use of Intel CPUs in favor of its own custom processors based on ARM. So what is this business about a an... Read more...
Over the next few months, all eyes will be on Intel's upcoming11thgeneration Comet Lake-Sdesktop processors, which will supplant the current 10thgeneration Comet Lake-S family. While still being based on the 14nm process node, Rocket Lake-S will bring support for PCIe 4.0, Thunderbolt 4, along with higher clocks (and... Read more...
Intel has some catching up to do, assuming AMD's recently announced Ryzen 5000 lineup lives up to the performance claims (and early benchmark results in Cinebench R20 suggest it will). How will Intel respond? With yet another iteration of its 14-nanometer manufacturing, of course. However, rumor has it Intel's... Read more...
AMD is set to make waves in the CPU space with its initial Ryzen 5000 series, but you can bet there will be more offerings than just the four SKUs it announced earlier this week. Potentially poised to draw some attention, there could be a Ryzen 5 5600 (non-X variant) on the horizon, at a tantalizing price for someone... Read more...
Yowza! AMD made some bold claims during the unveiling of its Ryzen 5000 series, which will land on retail shelves next month. According to AMD, its upcoming Zen 3 chips are "the fastest gaming CPUs in the world," a boast that belonged to Intel up to this point. But is Zen 3 all that and a bag of sea salt and vinegar... Read more...
AMD made a splash last week by announcing its Ryzen 5000 series of CPUs based on Zen 3, with up to 16 cores and 32 threads, and a huge IPC (instructions per clock) uplift. What it did not do, however, is announce a new chipset. Whether one is coming or not for Zen 3 remains to be seen, but armed with the latest... Read more...
Earlier this week, Intel confirmed that itsRocket Lake-Sprocessors are coming during Q1 2021. Interestingly, Intel made the announcement just one day prior to AMDs unveil of its Zen 3-basedRyzen 5000 processors. Coincidence? We think not. With that being said, 11thgeneration Rocket Lake-S engineering samples have... Read more...
The highly anticipated follow-up to AMD's blockbuster Zen 2 family of Ryzen 3000 desktop processors is finally here. AMD has announced its Ryzen 5000 desktop processor family, which is based on its all-new Zen 3 architecture. Zen 3 is still being produced on the 7nm process node, but AMD has managed to deliver a... Read more...
After all the waiting, all the leaks, all the rumors, and everything else, the big day is finally here. As we have been looking forward to for a long while now, AMD today will unveil its Zen 3 lineup for the desktop, under what we presume will be the Ryzen 5000 banner (otherwise known as Vermeer). And you can watch it... Read more...
Yesterday, news broke that Intels11thgeneration Rocket Lake-S desktop processorswould be arriving in March 2021 to replace the current generation Comet Lake-S family. Rocket Lake-S is scheduled to be the last desktop processor to use Intels long-serving 14nm process node. Today, Intel confirmed that launch timing... Read more...
While the current 10thgeneration Comet Lake-S family rules the roost when it comes to Intel's desktop processors, a new family will be taking its place within the next 6 months. According to all of the leaked information that we've gathered over the past year, Comet Lake-S will be replaced by 11thgeneration Rocket... Read more...
Anticipation over AMD's upcoming Zen 3 product lineup is building, especially now with an unveiling just a little more than a week away. Waiting is the hardest part. To help pass the time, there has been an increasing number of leaks pertaining to purported Zen 3 parts in the wild (engineering samples), the latest of... Read more...
AMD's latest assault against Intel's Core family of desktop processor is just around the corner. The company has already revealed that itsZen 3 Vermeer-based Ryzen 5000desktop processors will be unveiled on October 8th, but what wasn't stated is what the lag will be between the announcement and actual processor... Read more...
AMD's next-generationRyzen 5000 processorsare just around the corner, and are highly anticipated by enthusiasts. Motherboard manufacturers are not only preparing to launch a new generation of flagship motherboards to support these new processors [likely X670-based), but they are also trying to ensure that their... Read more...
If there is one thing that can make 'Taco Tuesday' even better it's a delicious chip. Or in this case, a chip leak, for what is purported to be an upcoming Zen 3 processor from AMD, which has found its way into the Ashes of the Singularity benchmarking database, where it shows a strong IPC (instructions per clock) gain, and perhaps a new "parallel Read more...
Intel has updated its Compute Runtime to support both its upcoming Rocket Lake desktop processors and DG1 graphics based on its Xe GPU architecture. Looking at this broadly, this can be taken as a sign that things are progressing at a steady clip for Intel's unreleased 11th Generation Core CPUs and discrete... Read more...
Here we go, folks!AMD is finally giving us a firm timetable for its next big product releases, and we really do meanbig. The company just informed us that its next major product reveal will occur on at noon on October 8th, during which it will unveil its next-generation Zen 3-based desktop processors, which we have... Read more...
Most of the focus in the PC space recently has been on new graphics card, with NVIDIA launching its GeForce RTX 30 series and AMD prepping its upcoming Big Navi release. But what about CPUs? As AMD has said time again, Zen 3 is on track to launch this year. And if the latest rumor is true, one of the upcoming CPU... Read more...
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