This week in our roundup of top posts, AMD has been dominated with some major leaks. News about Huawei's own Smartphone operating system was also widely received.
Here are our top posts of the week.
A Sapphire spokesperson has reportedly spilled the beans to Chinese media unveiling very specific details with regards to AMD’s upcoming 7nm based Radeon Navi graphics offerings.
The chips in question are a 16 core monstrosity that has been benchmarked in Cinebench R15 running at 4.2 GHz and a 12 core speed demon with a 5.0GHz boost clock that the company has been showing around to motherboard makers.
The company’s new microarchitecture is expected to land in the middle of the year on both the desktop platform in the form of Ryzen processors as well as on the server side of the company’s business in the form of EPYC Rome chips.
More information on the game will be coming next month, but a recent report seemingly revealed some new details on the game before the Japanese publisher did.
AMD Radeon Navi GPUs ‘731F:C1 & 7310:00’ With 1 GHz Clock Speed and 8 GB Memory Spotted in 3DMark and AOTS Benchmarks
The Navi based GPU variants were found by TUM_APISAK and it looks like we also have some early specifications for what look to be engineering samples running in test labs.
In an aggressive move and with the snap of its fingers, the U.S. blacklist order forced Google to cease its business partnership with Huawei.
AMD Ryzen 5 3400G and 3 3200G APU Clock Speeds Detailed – Up To 4.2 GHz Boost On 12nm, Zen+ Based Picasso Family
The processors which are part of the AMD Ryzen 3000 “Picasso” family will be hitting the market shelves soon and will be compatible with all AM4 socketed motherboards.