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  1. Nvidia crushes AMD with 80% GPU market share ahead of Ampere launch Team Green has increased slice of the dGPU market by 10% - at the expensive of AMD (Image credit: Nvidia) Nvidia claimed 80% of the discrete GPU market in the second quarter of 2020, stealing market share from rival AMD. That’s according to the latest figures from Jon Peddie Research (JPR), which claim that Nvidia saw its share of the graphics card market increase from 71% in the second quarter of 2019 to 80% in the Q2 2020. That impress
  2. AMD launches A520 motherboards, so building a PC just got cheaper Should be on sale from motherboard manufacturers very shortly (Image credit: AMD) AMD has announced the launch of its new motherboards featuring the A520 chipset, providing a wallet-friendly solution for those building a PC where saving money is a priority. A520 motherboards stay with the AM4 socket, and models will be available from the usual manufacturers across the globe.
  3. AMD Ryzen 6000 processors might arrive as soon as 2022 Leaked roadmap suggests AMD's first Zen 4 CPU is just two years away (Image credit: AMD) AMD Zen 4 desktop processors, code-named ‘Raphael’, could make their debut in 2022, according to a leaked roadmap. The roadmap, leaked by MebiuW and shared by Videocardz, gives us a potential glimpse of where AMD is heading with its next-generation architectures, including its upcoming 5nm Zen 4 architecture. The first Zen 4 processors, code-named ‘Raphael’ migh
  4. AMD Ryzen 5000 leaks suggest an evolution in efficiency Is AMD continuing to redefine mobile APUs? (Image credit: AMD) Tantalizing new leaks about the next-generation AMD Ryzen APUs have recently surfaced. AMD Ryzen 4000 APUs have only just become available from retailers while the desktop versions haven’t even hit the streets. Yet, there’s already leaks surrounding the AMD Ryzen 5000 APUs. Thanks to twitter user Patrick Schur (@patrickschur_), we’re now getting an idea of what to expect from the “Van Gogh” line, which
  5. AMD Ryzen 4000 smashes world record RAM speeds DDR4 gets up to a whopping 6,666MHz (Image credit: Future) The Asus ROG team have smashed a new world record by pushing a stick of Crucial Ballistix Max DDR4 RAM to a whopping 6,666.6MHz – it usually runs at 2,666MHz – achieving the highest-clocked memory speed of all time. The world record was set by Bianbao XE, who used an AMD Ryzen 7 4700GE 'Renoir' APU and an Asus ROG B550-I Gaming motherboard to achieve this incredible result. As Tom’s Hardware points o
  6. Intel claims its new processors crush AMD when it comes to power and price Core i7-10700K blows away the Ryzen 9 3900XT, Intel argues (Image credit: Intel) Intel has brought its marketing guns to bear on AMD’s Ryzen processors, making a comparison which argues that the Core i7-10700K blows away the Ryzen 9 3900XT in terms of price as well as performance for gaming. Before we come onto the issues around the fairness of this comparison in the first place, let’s take a look at Intel’s claims here, which were delivered via a
  7. AMD ‘Ryzen Lite’ processors make debut in ultracheap rugged Lenovo laptops Weakest Zen-based AMD CPU goes head to head against Intel Celeron range (Image credit: Lenovo) Lenovo has unveiled the second generation of the 100e notebook, the firm's popular laptop range aimed primarily at the education market. This aggressively-priced piece of kit is powered by two new processors from AMD, announced at CES earlier this year. The AMD 3015e and the AMD 3020e do not belong to any specific family (e.g. Athlon, Ryzen or Sempron),
  8. AMD could be struggling to keep up with Ryzen 4000 demand Gaming laptop maker XMG claims the APUs are in short supply (Image credit: AMD) AMD is suffering a shortage of Ryzen 4000 ‘Renoir’ APUs, according to gaming laptop and desktop maker XMG. In a surprisingly candid Reddit post, XMG suggested that AMD is struggling to keep up with demand for its desktop APUs after revealing that a shipment of Ryzen 7 4800H units it had scheduled for del
  9. AMD patents hybrid x86 technology: low-power cores set to return AMD gets patent for Arm’s Big.Little-like technology (Image credit: AMD) AMD has been granted a patent for heterogeneous microprocessors featuring two types of general-purpose cores. The technology resembles Arm’s famous Big.Little architecture and could be used for CPUs aimed at mobile and low-power devices. The patent outlines a microprocessor featuring two types of general-purpose cores running two different subsets of the same instruction set architect
  10. AMD Ryzen 9 4950X leak has appeared – and it could take Intel's gaming crown 16-core, 32-thread CPU could challenge Intel with a 4.8GHz boost clock (Image credit: AMD) A new leak has detailed AMD’s Zen 3-based Ryzen 9 4950X CPU - and it should have Intel worried. This leak comes via Igors Lab, which reveals that the so-called Ryzen 9 4950X will be a 16-core, 32-thread part with an impressive boost frequency of 4.8GHz. The
  11. AMD announces third-gen Threadripper processors with up to 32 cores It's been expected for some time, but AMD has officially announced the third-generation of Ryzen Threadripper processors today. In the announcement video, AMD CEO Lisa Su says the processors are faster in every workload and that it's the fastest desktop processor in the market. The new Threadripper lineup comes in two models, starting with the 24-core, 48-thread Threadripper 3960X. It has a base clock of 3.8GHz, with boost speeds up to 4.5GHz, 140MB of total cache, and 88 PCIe lanes, all in
  12. AMD's Ryzen 9 3950X CPU is coming on November 25 Today, AMD introduced the third-generation of Ryzen Threadripper processors for creative professionals, starting at a whopping $1399. But if you don't need that much power, AMD also announced the release date for the Ryzen 9 3950X CPU, which was announced in June and later delayed. As the top-tier offering in the Ryzen lineup, the Ryzen 9 3950X has 16 cores and 32 threads, with a base clock speed of 3.5GHz that can boost up to 4.7GHz. It has 72MB of cache and 44 PCIe lanes in conjunction with an X570 motherbo
  13. AMD plans to offer more than Intel in the $50 CPU market. Last year, AMD released its first Ryzen-based Athlon, the 200GE, delivering performance levels that are competitive with Intel's Pentium series for $55. This was a great product from AMD, offering an affordable entry point into AMD's AM4 ecosystem and competition at the $50ish CPU market. Now, AMD wants to give its customers more for less. With their new Athlon 3000G, AMD will deliver higher clock speeds, lower pricing and overclockability. AMD wants to put Intel's Pentium lineup to shame.
  14. Images of what appears to be packaging boxes of AMD's upcoming third-generation Threadripper processors have leaked, and it seems like the company is set to continue the tradition of fancy-looking packaging for Threadripper CPUs. The leak indicates that the launch of Threadripper 3000 series processors is nearly upon us and in fact, Videocardz alleges that these, alongside the accompanying TRX40 chipset motherboards, may be launching as early as tomorrow. A previous report had mentioned a possible November 5 announcement which has evidently been pushed bac
  15. Intel works on 10nm desktop processors to close gap with AMD's 7nm CPUs Intel plays catch-up, not leap frog (Image credit: Intel) AMD's Ryzen 3000 processors are champions of the desktop space right now, and that's leaving Intel in a tough spot. Despite rumors that Intel might try to catch up by skipping straight to desktop processors (CPUs) using 7-nanometer (nm) architecture, the company still has plans to bring its 10nm architecture to desktop devices, according to PC Gamer. From the Ryzen 5 3600 at th
  16. Based on the same 7nm technology that AMD recently brought to its new Radeon 5700 graphics family this year at E3, the new entry-level Radeon 5500 graphics card is built for 1080p gaming. Whereas the 57800 series was designed for 1440p gameplay, the 5500 series is designed to bring responsive gameplay to 1080p gaming, including 60 frames-per-second (fps) on high-end AAA titles and 90 fps performance for esports games. Like its premium sibling, the 5500 series is built on AMD’s Navi platform using the 7nm manufacturing process and the company’s RDNA architec
  17. About a month ago, AMD officially revealed via a Twitter post that the company's third-generation Threadripper HEDT CPUs will be launching sometime in November this year. Today, Videocardz reports that they have received further information about the possible launch dates and the names of Threadripper 3000 series SKUs. As per this report, AMD plans to launch three Threadripper models: Threadripper 3960X Threadripper 3970X Threadripper 3990X The 3960X is likely the 24-core part that AMD mentioned earlier and the processor was spotted in the Ashes of
  18. AMD Ryzen 4000 release date, laptops and specs: everything we know about AMD's next CPUs Will AMD continue its winning spree? (Image credit: Future) AMD Ryzen 4000 is coming at a time when Team Red is sitting on top of the world. According to several analysts, it's selling 40% more processors than its rivals over at Intel and its processors are more popular than ever before. But it doesn't look like AMD plans to slow down any time soon. We've already got a sneak peek at AMD Ryzen 4000 processors for laptops at CES 2020,
  19. AMD has had Intel on the back foot now across both the consumer and server market, but the chip giant could be ready to throw money at maintaining market dominance. Intel is no doubt feeling the heat in both the consumer and server markets, as AMD manages to outmaneuver the chip behemoth at every turn. But Intel could have an ace up its sleeve, in the form of billions of dollars in cash that it can use to fund a price war. According to DigiTimes, Intel has a multi-phase plan in mind to help bolster market dominance. While most of the plan remains unknown, t
  20. AMD won’t stop loading up Ryzen CPUs with even more cores Next mainstream flagship processor to have 32-cores? (Image credit: Future) How many CPU cores is too many? That’s a tricky question with no straightforward answer, but whatever your view might be on the subject, AMD isn’t about to stop upping the ante when it comes to loading up mainstream Ryzen processors with more cores. This comes from AMD’s CTO Mark Papermaster, who was interviewed by Tom’s Hardware and questioned on a number of issues, including whether c
  21. AMD introduces Radeon RX 5500 XT aimed at 1080p gamers AMD has introduced a new member of the Radeon RX 5500 family of GPUs, the RX 5500 XT. It's really just the first standalone version of the GPUs introduced in October, which falls in line with AMD's announcement at the time. The card is built on a 7nm process and it's based on AMD's RDNA architecture, which should result in improved efficiency over past generations. The Radeon RX 5500 XT is a budget-oriented GPU, aimed at gamers playing at 1080p resolution, which AMD says account for more than 64 percent of the
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    AMD Ryzen Master 2.1.0 Build 1424

    AMD Ryzen Master 2.1.0 Build 1424 Designed by AMD itself, the AMD Ryzen Master application makes it possible for owners of the newly released AMD Ryzen chipset to tamper with the processor's parameters so as to obtain increased performance. Control system performance as you wish, but at a cost The Ryzen family of AMD processors leaves room for performance tuning, but the overclocking potential depends on the system configuration (i.e. motherboard type, processor, etc.). The AMD Ryzen Master utility offers you the opportunity to take advantage of the
  23. AMD launches Radeon Pro W5700, the first 7nm GPU for workstations Today, in addition to launching the Athlon 3000G processor, AMD has announced the world's first 7nm GPU for workstations, the Radeon Pro W5700. This new GPU is the first in the Radeon Pro W5000 series, and it's based on the company's new RDNA architecture, which promises up to 25% more performance per clock compared to the previous GCN architecture. The Radeon Pro W5700 also promises up to 41% more performance per watt compared to the GCN-based Radeon Pro WX 8200. It also claims to be 18% more
  24. Most Europeans now prefer AMD CPUs as sentiment turns against Intel Looking at the future purchase intentions of European tech enthusiasts (Image credit: Future) AMD’s CPUs are again winning big against Intel, not just in current sales, as we’ve previously seen, but also sentiment in terms of future processor purchases that consumers might make, at least according to a new report. The survey from the European Hardware Association (EHA) canvassed the opinions of tech enthusiasts across Europe (specifically
  25. AMD may pack GPU units into Ryzen 9 to keep Intel on edge Ryzen 9 APUs with Vega graphics (Image credit: Future) AMD's latest CPUs built on the Zen 2 architecture are ticking a lot of the right boxes, and now the company appears prepared to give its higher-end models a boost. A number of Ryzen 9 APUs (CPUs paired with GPU cores on the same chip) appear in a leak from @Komachi_Ensaka on Twitter, shared by Notebookcheck. This leak shows a listing of products from AMD, and next to each processor name, there
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