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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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Lenovo launches two new 180Hz gaming monitors

Lenovo is getting ready to launch two new gaming monitors. Both have the same design, 27–inch panel size and adjustable stand, but the panels themselves do differ. One is a cheaper 1080p display, while the other offers 1440p instead.  First, we have the Y27-30, a 27-inch IPS monitor with FullHD …

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AMD may reveal more on Ryzen 7000 CPUs at an event next week

As the company confirmed over the summer, AMD is currently preparing for the rollout of Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors and new Socket AM5 motherboards. It has been a while since the last official update, but AMD won't keep us waiting much longer, as an upcoming AMD event should bring …

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Corsair launches Vengeance RGB DDR5 memory

Corsair is expanding its memory line-up with new Vengeance RGB DDR5 modules. The memory modules will be available in black or white, with a light bar on top of the heat spreader with ten individually addressable RGB LEDs underneath.  Initially, the black and white Vengeance DDR5 memory kits will be …

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Logitech unveils ‘Aurora Collection’ gaming peripherals

Logitech has a new range of gaming peripherals on the way, designed around comfort, approachability and playfulness. The new Aurora Collection includes a headset, two mechanical keyboards, a mouse various accessories and a new pink version of the Blue Yeti microphone.  Up first, we have the G735 white headset, featuring …

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Intel Meteor Lake core architectures revealed

Intel Raptor Lake hasn't even been released yet, but there are already many rumours around Intel's planned Meteor Lake processors. Thanks to Microsoft logs, we seem to have confirmation on one rumour – that Meteor Lake would back new Redwood Cove and Crestmont architectures for the P-cores and E-cores.  These …

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