Here are our top posts of the week.
While AMD is preparing to launch the third generation of its trail-blazing Ryzen Threadripper processors in November, folks at Intel are revving up their proverbial engines with the company’s most powerful and most competitive line-up of enthusiast CPUs ever.
Exclusive: AMD Launching 7nm Based Radeon RX 5500M And RX 5300M – Positioned To Take Out NVIDIA’s Mid-End Mobility Lineu
AMD is preparing two new GPUs for the mobility space: Radeon RX 5500M and Radeon RX5300M
Things are about to get heated in the x86 PC industry as Intel and AMD faceoff in one of the largest price (and performance) escalations of recent times.
Taiwan’s leading publication (Digitimes) has confirmed that NVIDIA’s Ampere GPUs will be launching in 2020 and will be based on the Samsung 7nm EUV process.
Gaijin Entertainment is a name that fans of military games have come to know very well, mainly thanks to the great success enjoyed by War Thunder across multiple platforms.
BlizzCon 2019, where fans are hoping to learn about a proper Diablo 4 game, takes place at the usual venue (the Anaheim Convention Center) on November 1st and 2nd.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER & GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Expected To Launch in October – Two New GTX Turing Mainstream Cards For The Masses
There’s no doubt that October will be a major battleground for both NVIDIA and AMD.