Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week

Mar 10
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In this week of the roundup of top posts from the previous week, AMD has racked up 3 articles in our list along with a mention of NVIDIA and Galaxy S10 Plus.

All the top posts of the week are as follows.

Related AMD Ryzen 3000 Series CPUs Aiming Mid-2019 Launch, 3rd Gen Ryzen Threadripper in 2019, Confirmed – Zen 2 Cores, Higher Clocks and More

 

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics Card Gets Price Cut, Now Down To 179 Euros For 6 GB Custom Variants

NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1060 has just received a major price cut which makes one of the most popular gaming graphics card more reachable to budget users.


 

AMD Ryzen 3000 Series CPUs Aiming Mid-2019 Launch, 3rd Gen Ryzen Threadripper in 2019, Confirmed – Zen 2 Cores, Higher Clocks and More

In an investor presentation, AMD has confirmed that their 3rd Generation Ryzen and Ryzen Threadripper processors will be launching this year.

Related NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics Card Gets Price Cut, Now Down To 179 Euros For 6 GB Custom Variants


 

EXCLUSIVE: Gaming Laptop MSRPs Are About To Get More Affordable With AMD Ryzen and NVIDIA’s Turing GPUs

So something pretty big is about to happen in the laptop industry. The price points across the board are going to start moving downwards.


 

Exclusive: AMD’s Ryzen 7 3750H Mobility Flagship Will Hit The Shelves In April

It turns out that AMD’s Ryzen 3000 mobility series (this is 12nm and not to be confused with the 7nm parts) will actually be landing much sooner than expected.


 

Galaxy S10 Plus – How Much Does It Cost Samsung to Make a Single Unit of Its Latest Flagship?

Viewing the $999 starting price of the Galaxy S10 Plus, it’s not difficult to imagine the large bill Samsung must have racked up just to make a single unit.


 

AMD Next-Gen Radeon GPUs To Feature Variable Rate Shading For Faster Frame Rates, May Launch With Upcoming RX Navi Graphics Cards

AMD’s next-generation GPUs, namely Navi and beyond, may utilize new shading techniques to deliver better performance in games.


 

Customer Reportedly Receives Fake 2018 iPad Pro Model From Amazon That Was Accompanied by a 4.5 Star Customer Review

The product had an almost perfect rating of 4.5 stars, was an “Amazon Choice” product, and most importantly, it was sold by “Apple”, according to the customer.


 

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