Weekly Roundup – Last Week of January 2020’s Biggest Stories
In case if you have missed out, here are our top stories of the week.
Intel Core i9-10980HK 8 Core, 16 Thread & 5 GHz+ Flagship Mobility CPU Performance Benchmarks Leaked
The first benchmarks of Intel's 10th Generation mobility processors including the flagship Core i9-10980HK have leaked out.
Intel Phantom Canyon 11 NUCs With 10nm+ Tiger Lake CPUs And Xe GPU Detailed, Up To 28W CPUs And Up To 8 GB Discrete Graphics Options
Intel is readying a series of next-generation NUCs known as Phantom Canyon which would be featuring Tiger Lake CPUs and Xe GPUs.
While the smartphones are designed to run blazingly fast, you can still benefit from process killing and RAM clearance that a rebook provides.
The first performance results of the AMD Ryzen 7 4800H processor have leaked out and it shows performance rivaling or even surpassing existing desktop-grade processors.
Nintendo Switch “Pro” GPU to be Based on Volta Architecture; 4K Support, Massive Performance Improvements Not Expected
Nintendo is rumored to be working on a new Nintendo Switch model, and it seems like the Japanese company and NVIDIA are working for a new SoC for the console.
NVIDIA's stock has been climbing steadily since the last quarter in anticipation of this new release and it looks like it might be able to hit its old high if the launch goes well.
NVIDIA Ampere GeForce RTX 3080 20 GB And RTX 3070 16 GB Graphics Cards Alleged Specifications Leak Out – Up To 3480 Cores, GA103 / GA104 GPUs
The first details for NVIDIA's next-generation Ampere based GeForce RTX 3080 and GeForce RTX 3070 graphics cards have allegedly leaked out.