Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week
This week, topics related to AMD were being read most by our users. From the exclusive piece about Navi GPU to a leak of Ryzen 7 3700U Quad Core CPU. And with the holiday season approaching, deals related article on selected mobile devices was read most.
Here are top posts of the week.
We expected AMD to launch with the “Navi 10” designation but that does not appear to be the case.
DJI Mavic 2 Pro features the same folding design as its predecessor, but the camera is much more improved.
The listing reveals the core configuration and early clock speeds for the chip which will be integrated within several power efficient notebook designs in the coming year.
The specifications confirm a few new tidbits with the most interesting ones being the pricing and performance figures versus the Radeon RX 580 and the GeForce GTX 1060.
AMD’s David Wang: We Won’t Implement DirectX RayTracing (DXR) In Games Until Its Offered In All (Gaming) Product Ranges
According to Wang, the company does not have plans to support DXR at this point in time until it becomes available across their entire product line – from the low end to the high end.
Blizzard Details Upcoming 8.1 World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth Enhancement Shaman Changes on the PTR
Blizzard has detailed the upcoming Battle for Azeroth Enhancement Shaman changes that will be implemented on the 8.1 PTR soon.
If you’re looking to upgrade your smartphone or get a new one, there are some pretty solid discount and deals running about.
The last phone from OnePlus to sport an audio jack, the Android powerhouse continues to be a fan-favorite.
AMD EPYC Rome With 64 Zen Core 2 Cores Based on 7nm Technology Clock Speed Revealed – 2.35 GHz Inside The Hawk Supercomputer
Details of the clock speeds for AMD’s EPYC Rome chips are crucial since they will be the first outing of a high-performance 7nm process based chip for the HPC market.