Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week
Here are our top posts of the week
AMD CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, To Deliver Computex 2019 Opening Keynote – Will Present Ryzen 3000 CPUs, Radeon RX Navi GPUs, and EPYC Rome Server Chips
In an official press release, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council has confirmed that AMD’s CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, will be presenting the Computex 2019 opening keynote on 27th May, 19.
MSI MEG X570 Creation Motherboard Spotted Running A Ryzen 3000, Zen 2 Quad Core ES CPU With Up To 3.8 GHz Clock Speeds
MSI seems to be working on a new high-end motherboard based around the X570 chipset which will support the AMD Ryzen 3000 series processors.
Bethesda Seemingly Breaking its Fallout 76 Promise of Not Adding Paid Non-Cosmetic Items Through Upcoming Patch
It seems that Bethesda will be adding paid non-cosmetic items in Fallout 76, thereby breaking the promise that it made earlier
AMD All Set To Capture 10% of the Total Server CPU Market by 2020, Report Indicates – Will Secure More Deals With 7nm EPYC CPUs Due To Strong Price / Performance Leadership
AMD seems to be on the path to capture major server processor market share from Intel in the coming years. In the latest report from DigiTimes, it is stated that AMD is all set to challenge the blue team in server processor market dominance, capturing a major chunk of its market share by 2020.
Cyberpunk 2077 Allows Players to Get Away With The Dumbest Possible Things; Won’t Include a ‘Game Over Screen’
Cyberpunk 2077 won’t include a ‘Game Over’ screen which allows players to get away with some pretty dumb stuff.
Borderlands GOTY and Borderlands 2/TPS UltraHD Packs Won’t Add HDR on PC, Only on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X
Borderlands Game of the Year Edition is dropping on April 3rd for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, free to existing owners on PC. On the same day, Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel are also getting UltraHD remastered visuals.
GALAX GeForce RTX 2080 Ti HOF OC LAB Breaches The 2.9 GHz GPU Frequency Barrier, Achieves Several 3DMark World Records
While 2.7 GHz clock speed is a big bump from the reference frequency, overclockers have now managed to push the custom cards even further, clocking in at 2.94 GHz.