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  • AMD confirms 3rd Gen Threadripper and 3950X for Nov 25th

    AMD confirms 3rd Gen Threadripper and 3950X for Nov 25th0

    AMD has confirmed that November 25th is when consumers will finally be able to buy the Ryzen 9 3950X as well as the first two members of the new 3rd Gen Threadripper family, the Ryzen TR 3960X and Ryzen TR 3970X, while also confirming previous rumours about the Athlon 3000G, which will launch on November

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  • Netflix could shift its data centres from Intel Xeon to AMD Epyc CPUs

    Netflix could shift its data centres from Intel Xeon to AMD Epyc CPUs0

    Netflix could be getting all up in AMD NETFLIX IS PONDERING shifting from Intel processors in its data centres to AMD Epyc chips, moving from dual to single-socket CPUs. One David Schor on Twitter posted a link to a presentation the video streamer held that showed how it plans to hit 200Gbps speeds on a single server

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  • AMD slip-up reveals Ryzen 7 3750X CPU with 105W TDP

    AMD slip-up reveals Ryzen 7 3750X CPU with 105W TDP0

    More Ryzen 3000-series CPUs could be in the works AMD HAS ACCIDENTALLY let slip that a Ryzen 7 3750X is on its way, with Team Red’s Product Master guide prematurely outing the new Ryzen 3000-series CPU. Serial chip-leak-spotter @Komachi spied the latest Product Master Guide, noting that it detailed the Ryzen 7 3750X and confirmed it will sport a thermal design

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  • AMD delays Ryzen 9 3950X until November

    AMD delays Ryzen 9 3950X until November0

    AMD has pushed back the launch of its flagship 3rd Gen Ryzen desktop processor, the much-anticipated Ryzen 9 3950X, until November this year, when it will also launch ‘initial members’ of the 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Threadripper family. Originally slated for a September 2019 launch window following the initial launch of 3rd Gen Ryzen in

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  • AMD Ryzen 5 3400G Review

    AMD Ryzen 5 3400G Review0

    Manufacturer: AMD UK price (as reviewed): £137.99 (inc. VAT) US price (as reviewed): $139.99 (exc. tax) AMD’s APUs were, not too long ago, considered to be its most competitive products, with Intel lacking (and still lacking) when it comes to onboard graphics, with current desktop offerings from the blue team simple unable to provide reasonable frame

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  • TSMC delays could blight AMD Navi and Ryzen production

    TSMC delays could blight AMD Navi and Ryzen production0

    Chip production for AMD’s latest components could be facing delays AMD MAY HAVE BEEN reaping success while Intel fell foul of a chip shortage, but Team Red could be facing its own supply shortage in the future. According to DigiTimes, which tends to get the skinny on what’s going down at chip fabricators, AMD’s Ryzen

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