Weekly Roundup – Top Posts of the Week
This week's top posts are here.
Rumor: Intel Says Biggest Advantage Against AMD is Their Financial Horsepower, Price Cuts and Discounts Cost Chipzilla Around $3 Billion
Intel is planning to hit back AMD in the desktop and notebook market by offering price cuts on the existing Core lineup while competitively positioning their upcoming product lines.
After becoming the first company to introduce the first 64-bit processor with the iPhone 5s, the Cupertino tech giant currently has the fastest smartphone chip in the market.
MD's Zen 3 architecture is set to launch next year and if this rumor pans out it will bring no less than 8% greater performance per clock vs current Ryzen 3000 series processors.
Intel seems to have dropped all plans for a 10nm desktop processor launch and are now aiming to release 7nm desktop processors in 2022.
According to a recent report, things will be going way beyond what we have seen in the most impressive games of the current generation.
Everything Fortnite - and this includes the in-game menus and maps - have been sucked into a black hole during the season X finale of Fortnite, appropriately titled "The End".
GeForce NOW, NVIDIA's cloud streaming service for games, is now available on Android devices.