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AMD might have three Ryzen 5000 Pro CPUs on the way

AMD Ryzen 5000 Pro mobile processors have been available for some time, but the desktop models have yet to arrive. AMD has not officially announced Ryzen 5000 Pro chips for desktops, but according to a listing on Lenovo's website, there are at least three on the way. The processors were …

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Rumour claims RTX 4070 to be as powerful as RTX 3090 Ti

Although they're not official, many were let down by the rumoured specifications of the RTX 4070, with early rumours claiming the card would feature 10GB of GDDR6 memory across a 160-bit memory bus. However, a more recent report suggests the upcoming SKU might end up faster than initially expected. The …

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AMD Ryzen 7000 reveal reportedly coming this month

AMD's CEO recently confirmed plans to launch the Ryzen 7000 series this quarter but didn't specify exactly when. Nonetheless, a recent report claims that the announcement is coming later this month, with the availability arriving two weeks later. During AMD's recent quarterly earnings call, Dr Lisa Su confirmed that the …

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Adata launches Legend 960 PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD

Adata will soon expand its SSD offerings with the Legend 960. Aimed at creators and professionals, the built-in heatspreader allows you to mount the SSD in desktops and compact notebooks. However, even if not directed at gamers, you can also mount the Legend 960 inside a PS5. Available with up …

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Sabrent unveils Microsoft DirectStorage-optimised SSD

Most gaming-grade SSDs don't differ much from your standard SSD. Most of the time, the only difference between a gaming SSD and a general-purpose SSD is the aesthetics. However, the Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus G might be different, as the company designed a new firmware from the ground up to …

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Intel is killing off its Optane memory business

During Intel's Q2 earnings call, Pat Gelsinger, the company's CEO, announced plans to shut down the Optane memory business. According to Gelsinger, part of the reason is an industry-shift to other technologies, which have become more popular than Optane. . According to Tom's Hardware, Intel will have to pay $559 million …

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Intel Raptor Lake Core i5 and Core i7 samples appear in new benchmarks

A reviewer in China has been building up a small collection of early Raptor Lake processor samples. We’ve already seen the 13900K tested in benchmarks and now, the same reviewer has returned with early performance numbers for Intel’s upcoming Core i5-13600K and Core i7-13700K processors. Chinese reviewer Extreme Player (via …

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