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  • AMD unveils Radeon RX 5700 family, 16-core gaming CPU

    AMD unveils Radeon RX 5700 family, 16-core gaming CPU0

    AMD has officially announced its next-generation Radeon RX 5700 and Radeon RX 5700 XT graphics cards, based on the Navi architecture, alongside the long-rumoured Ryzen 9 3950X 16-core 32-thread (16C32T) central processor. Unveiled during a presentation at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) late last night – giving a major clue as to the target market

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  • EKWB shows off new ‘Magnitude’ CPU block and updated product range

    EKWB shows off new ‘Magnitude’ CPU block and updated product range0

    At Computex 2019, EKWB hit the show running, with a lot of rather exciting bits and bobs on display at its suite. A number of these you may in fact recognise from either last year or CES, where they were concept pieces or lofty ideas.  First up we have a collaboration piece between EKWB and

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  • Is now the best time to upgrade your CPU?

    Is now the best time to upgrade your CPU?0

    We’re all looking forward to Computex this year, not least of all because AMD will be taking to the stage at the end of May with the promise of revealing more details about its 3rd Generation Ryzen CPUs. However, we’re likely looking at availability sometime after this, plus we’re not sure how big a reveal

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  • Chrome devs are working on a ‘Never Slow’ mode to curb CPU, RAM hogging

    Chrome devs are working on a ‘Never Slow’ mode to curb CPU, RAM hogging0

    CHROME DEVELOPERS are working on a ‘never-slow’ mode for its market-leading Chrome web browser. Despite having a 67 per cent market share, according to January’s Netmarketshare figures, Chrome is often criticised for being gluttonous with its use of your precious CPU and RAM. Now it seems that engineers have got the message and are looking to limit resource

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  • Final call for doomed server CPU line • The Register

    Final call for doomed server CPU line • The Register0

    Chipzilla sets final date for the sinking of the Itanic Itanium is not pining for the fjords Intel has announced the official, pinky-swear, cross-my-heart-and-hope-to-die end to its Itanium line, notifying system makers that production of the server processors will end by mid-2021. In a notice [PDF] sent out to vendors earlier this week, Intel said

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