Top stories from this week.
Our source states that NVIDIA is going to be announcing its Ampere graphics card during GTC in March 2020.
AMD's high-end lineup has been missing from the picture for quite a while now but it looks like the company might be adding to its existing Navi-series GPUs very soon.
EVGA Unleashes $279 GeForce RTX 2060 KO Gaming Graphics Card, Tackles The AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT – RTX 2060 KO Ultra For $299 US
The GeForce RTX 2060 KO series is EVGA's effort to offer the RTX 2060 at a drastically lower price point while offering superior overclock capabilities, superior cooling and superior performance than the reference variants!
Sony Will Have PS5-Only Titles at Launch, Jason Schreier Says; Microsoft Will be A lot Less About Exclusives
In a recent Kotaku Splitscreen podcast, Jason Schreier talks about exclusives for Sony’s upcoming PS5 and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X.
AMD Ryzen 4000 ‘Renoir’ 3DMark Benchmarks Reveal Significant Jump in GPU Performance, Much Faster Than Intel’s Ice Lake Gen 11 GPU
A series of new AMD Ryzen 4000 'Renoir' APU benchmarks have appeared in the 3DMark database and they show some really strong graphics performance against Intel's Ice Lake with Gen 11 GPUs.
AMD’s Budget B550 & Entry Tier A520 Chipset Mass Production For 3rd Gen Ryzen CPUs Commences in Q1 2020
It is reported that AMD's upcoming B550 and A520 chipset production for the 3rd Gen Ryzen platform is expected in Q1 2020.
The new chipset is designed for Zen 3 based processors and should usher in a new era for AMD processors bringing IPC gains that will put even Zen 2 to shame.