Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week
Here are our top posts from the week.
AMD Ryzen 3000 Series 16 Core, 32 Thread CPU Details Leaked – Early Sample With 7nm Zen 2 Cores Clocks In At 3.3 GHz Base and 4.2 GHz Boost
We are less than a month away from the official announcement of AMD Ryzen 3000 processors which will be using the new 7nm Zen 2 cores and leaks have already spilled the beans of the 16 core parts that we will be getting on X570 platform.
Word around the techsphere is that AMD is actually showcasing two high-end Ryzen 3000 series processors to OEMs right now. A top of the line 16 core chip and a highly clocked 12 core chip.
Some screenshots have surfaced online showcasing how a Diablo 2 Remaster could look like.
AMD RX Vega 56 Ran at 30 FPS on 1080p In Crytek Real-Time Ray Tracing Neon Noir Demo, GPUs With Dedicated Hardware (NVIDIA RTX) & Modern APIs Can Deliver Better Performance
In a recent blog post on the Cryengine website, Crytek has confirmed some additional details of their real-time ray tracing demo known as Neon Noir.
NVIDIA Rolling Out More Powerful TU106-410 And TU104-410 Dies At The Same Price For 2070 And 2080 Graphics Cards
This is great news for gamers because it means that after May, the only Turing graphics cards that they can buy will be the more powerful A-variants.
Future AMD Ryzen series processors can feature a major density uplift with TSMC’s 5nm process node compared to upcoming 7nm based Ryzen 3000 series chips.
ESO Boss Says His Devs Have Been ‘Killing It’, Confirms the Studio Is Working on a New Game with a New Engine
Elder Scrolls Online, also known simply as ESO by its fans, is about to get a new expansion, Elsweyr, launching in early June on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
ASRock Rack EPC621D4I-2M Is A Mini-ITX LGA 3647 Motherboard That Can Support Up To Intel 28 Core, 205W Xeon Scalable Processors
ASRock has been offering some really good small form factor designs on each generation of HEDT processors from Intel and AMD.