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Leo Says 27: China’s big hack, Nvidia RTX, AMD 7nm, Intel 9th Gen, Tomb Raider & more!

Leo Says is back for another episode. Today, Leo discusses China’s big hack using tiny spy chips, Nvidia’s RTX 20 series launch, Intel’s upcoming 9th Gen launch and AMD’s move to 7nm in 2019. We even get to hear some Shadow of the Tomb Raider impressions straight from our grumpy hero.

Watch via Vimeo (below) or over on YouTube at 2160p HERE.

00:15 Introduction
00:33 Supermicro Refutes Claims in Bloomberg Article – tiny Chinese spy chips
08:06 Nvidia RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti are here – with waterblocks!
09:21 Microsoft has updated Windows 10 with DirectX Ray Tracing
10:22 RTX 2070 is coming on 17th October – Then GTX 2060?
11:31 Shadow Of The Tomb Raider – rubbish?
12:13 Intel is about to launch 9th Gen. and Z390
15:14 AMD is moving EPYC to 7nm with ‘up to 64 cores’
17:07 And what about AM4 ?
18:22 AMD really needs higher clock speeds

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