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AMD alters Ryzen 7040HS specs ahead of release

The Ryzen 7040HS laptop processors were announced earlier this year, with plans to ship inside laptops before the end of Q1. In an odd turn of events, the product page for this series of CPUs has been updated ahead of launch, altering the spec sheet with lower iGPU clock speeds …

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AMD A620 motherboards may support RAM overclocking after all

AMD hasn't yet shared much about the A620-based motherboards, but recent leaks have given us an idea of what it will offer. More recently, a detailed report summarises what we can expect from these motherboards, cleaning up some misunderstandings and theories around AMD's entry-level 600 series chipset. The table shared …

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Gigabyte introduces the Aorus 5000E Gen4 M.2 SSD

Gigabyte is launching a new PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD for the masses. With up to 1TB of storage space, the new Aorus 5000E SSD delivers Gen4-level speeds, making it a worthwhile upgrade for anyone still using PCIe 3.0 and SATA M.2 drives. With 500GB and 1TB storage options, the 3D …

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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 Rocket Lake-S CPU pre-orders to start on March 16th

Intel Rocket Lake-S processors will reportedly be available for pre-order starting on the 16th of March, with the first units set to ship to customers two weeks later. Additionally, Intel’s chief performance strategist stated that the Rocket Lake-S flagship processor will offer 11% faster storage performance than the Ryzen 9 5950X. According …

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