Weekly Roundup – Top 10 posts of the week, AMD & NVIDIA takes the top spot
This week was occupied with launch event of Apple but in our weekly roundup, some of the major leaks from AMD and GeForce took the top spot. Also, there is a news for World of Warcraft fans about a new release date of WoW Classic.
Here are our top 10 posts of the week.
The leak shows an AMD engineering sample which is about the same size and dimensions as the current EPYC ‘Naples’ series of processors.
The GeForce RTX 2080 was benchmarked in the 3DMark Timespy benchmark (via TUM APISAK) with the latest 411.51 GeForce drivers which will fully support the new GeForce RTX 20 series graphics cards.
Blizzard’s former World of Warcraft 3D Level Designer, Jonathan Staats, believes that WoW Classic will release after 2021.
According to these official benchmarks, NVIDIA’s RTX series is easily 50% faster than its predecessor.
This story will go into one of the biggest problems stopping AIB (Add-in-Boards) partners from achieving MSRP pricing and what this has to do with President Trump’s trade tariffs.
During the GTC Japan 2018 keynote, NVIDIA unveiled more gaming performance numbers for their upcoming GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and GeForce RTX 2080 graphics cards.
Here’s a list of the best iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max cases you can buy right now. All of these options are great and will protect your phone out of the box.
The Google Pixel 3 has already leaked extensively, leaving nothing to the imagination to the extent that an employee expected to work at the company alleged forgot his Pixel 3 XL in the back of a taxi.
The first performance results of the Intel Core i9-9900K in one of the most popular benchmarks for CPU performance have leaked out.
NVIDIA DLSS Explained – Much Higher Quality Than TAA or Much Faster Performance, Delivered by NVIDIA NGX
The huge Turing architecture whitepaper published by NVIDIA provides deep, technical dives into all of the architecture’s improvements.
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