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  1. 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
  2. AMD Ryzen 4000 desktop APUs will be here in Q3 2020 We're not getting any new Ryzen 9 models—but 3, 5, and 7 get integrated GPUs. Enlarge / Ryzen 4000 desktop CPUs are here—but they don't look like the follow-up breakthrough many readers have been hoping for. AMD 21 with 17 posters participating, including story author This morning, AMD announced the next big thing for its Ryzen desktop CPU line—the Ryzen 4000 series, slated to arrive in Q3 2020. Those of you who've been waiting breathless
  3. AMD Ryzen 4000 desktop APUs are now available from retailers But only in their Pro versions (Image credit: AMD) When AMD introduced its Ryzen 4000G and Ryzen Pro 4000-series ‘Renoir’ processors for consumer and business desktop computers earlier this week, the company noted that such APUs would initially only be available to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and system integrators (SIs), but not to retailers. As it turns out, you can now buy AMD Ryzen Pro 4000-series processors from multiple retailers in Europe. I
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. AMD Big Navi GPU might deliver double the power of the Radeon RX 5700 XT New rumor claims the graphics card will boast a maximum of 80 CUs (Image credit: Future) AMD’s next-generation Big Navi GPU will reportedly boast a whopping 80 compute units (CUs), twice as many as the Radeon RX 5700 XT. This latest leak comes courtesy of Twitter tipster Rogame, who claims that ‘Sienna Child’ - also known as Navi 21 and Big Navi - will feature four shader engines, two shader arrays per engine, and 10 CUs per shader array. This mean
  8. The next Intel processors could adopt one of AMD Ryzen's most important features Rocket Lake may finally support PCIe 4.0 (Image credit: Future) When Intel launched its 10th-generation Comet Lake-S processors, one of the biggest things that held us back from recommending them was the lack of PCIe 4.0 support – but that could be changing. Some leaked SiSoftware Sandra benchmark results have appeared via VideoCardz, with 11th-generation Rocket Lake-S processors paired with PCIe 4.0 SSDs. If the leaks are real – a pretty b
  9. AMD says its PS5 and Xbox Series X chips, Zen 3 CPUs, and RDNA 2 GPUs will ship on time No delays for AMD’s major launches, unlike Intel The PS5 will feature a custom AMD Zen 2 processor Image: Sony AMD CEO Lisa Su shared during the company’s second-quarter earnings call that its many anticipated product launches are still on schedule to release in 2020. This includes its 7nm processors based on Zen 3 architecture, and its RDNA 2 (or “Big Navi”) graphics cards. Su also shared that AMD began initial production and shipment
  10. 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),
  11. AMD Ryzen 4000 Renoir APUs in leaked online listing suggest imminent launch Dutch retailer suggests Ryzen Pro chips could launch within days (Image credit: AMD) AMD’s long-awaited Ryzen 4000 desktop APUs could arrive in shelves in just days, at least according to one retailer. Dutch retailer Centralpoint has prematurely listed the incoming Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G, Ryzen 5 Pro 4650G and Ryzen 3 Pro 4350G. According to the listings, the higher-end octa-core and hex-core CPUs will ship within "3 to 5 days", with the entry-level q
  12. Forget AMD Ryzen 4000 processors – a Zen 3-based Ryzen 5000 APU has just been spotted New details on AMD Ryzen 5000 'Cezanne' and 'Van Gogh' APUs revealed (Image credit: AMD) We're still awaiting a release date for the upcoming next-gen AMD Ryzen 4000 processors, but that doesn't mean that details about AMD's next next-gen processors aren't bubbling up to the surface while we wait. Details about AMD's Ryzen 5000 APUs, codenamed "Cezanne" for desktop-class and "Van Gogh" for low-power, mobility-class processors, have been
  13. AMD Ryzen 4000 desktop CPUs could be about to enter mass production Next-gen Ryzen processors could soon be rolling off the production lines (Image credit: Future) AMD’s Ryzen 4000 desktop processors are about to enter mass production, according to the rumor mill, so they should be on track for a 2020 launch as has previously been insisted. This information comes from Igor’s Lab, whose sources reckon that Ryzen 4000 CPUs have reached ‘B0 stepping’ – a technical term for a different revision of a processor – with that sil
  14. AMD Adrenalin 20.5.1 Beta driver adds Graphics Hardware scheduling to select Navi cards A couple of days back, AMD quietly rolled out a feature update to its 20.5.1 Adrenalin driver adding support for hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling (GHS) on select Navi GPUs. Henceforth, the RX 5700 and 5600 series graphics cards, on both desktop and mobile, ie, RX 5700, RX 5600, and RX 5700M, RX 5600M, will support this feature. Sadly, it means Polaris and Vega owners, as well as Ryzen APU owners, will have to wait for a bit longer to get this feature. GHS is
  15. AMD makes big announcements: Ryzen 3000XT processors, budget A520 chipset, and more Today, AMD is announcing a refresh of its Ryzen 3000 series mainstream desktop Matisse CPUs and is calling them the 3000XT processors. These are compatible with existing AM4 motherboards, though you might need a BIOS update if you wish to upgrade an older Ryzen CPU. AMD has often used the 'XT' moniker on its GPUs but this is the first time the company will be using it on its CPUs. XT is used to indicate higher performance compared to its non-XT counterpart. This higher perform
  16. AMD Radeon 20.2.2 driver lands with fixes for a massive amount of RX 5000 series bugs Graphics card owners from the red team have a brand new update waiting for them right now, as AMD has pushed out the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.2.2 release just as February is about to end. Unlike its usual drivers though, this release is completely focused on bug fixes, and there's quite a lot of them included. From the massive list of fixed issues that can be read further below, there are some highlights that should be especially relevant to RX 5
  17. AMD has sold more GPUs than Nvidia, according to this analyst report Team Green is falling behind, though not by much (Image credit: Future) Team red is on fire. It seems like AMD’s winning streak won’t likely end anytime soon. After leaked figures from Mindfactory revealed that AMD’s Ryzen CPU sales are destroying that of Intel’s, the latest report from Jon Peddie Research is now showing that the Santa Clara company is winning in the GPU market as well. According JPS’s Market Watch Q4 2019 report, AMD saw a 22.6% increa
  18. AMD Zen 3 processors will arrive by March 2021 at the latest And 5nm AMD Zen 4 will follow by 2022 (Image credit: TechRadar) AMD Ryzen 3rd Generation processors have taken over the world, delivering multi-core performance unlike anything we've seen before in the mainstream market. However, AMD isn't going to sit idly by. Instead, at its 2020 Financial Analyst Day, AMD took to the stage and talked a bit about its roadmap, which suggests not only that we'll see AMD Zen 3 processors shown off by this time ne
  19. AMD Big Navi isn't coming until the end of 2020 Although AMD RDNA 2 promises 4K gaming with ray tracing (Image credit: Future) AMD Navi graphics cards like the Radeon RX 5700 have been out for quite a while at this point, and while they definitely provide excellent performance for anyone looking for some 1080p or 1440p gaming, we've always wanted more. That's where RDNA 2, or Big Navi, comes in. We don't know much about the next-generation AMD Radeon graphics architecture right now, beyond what rumors have been telling
  20. AMD vs Intel: which chipmaker does processors better? The battle between AMD and Intel rages on (Image credit: AMD; Intel) If you're looking to build your first PC or workstation, you're probably at least familiar with the AMD vs Intel rivalry. And even if you're an experienced builder and looking for the best PC components, we can help you sort out the differences between AMD Ryzen 300 and Threadripper CPUs as well as Intel's latest Coffee Lake, Ice Lake, and Cascade Lake-X Intel and AMD are like Mac and Windows 10: the
  21. AMD Ryzen 9 3900XT could arrive on July 7, but looks pricey going by Amazon Italy leak Ryzen 5 3600XT also listed, but we shouldn’t put much stock in what are likely placeholder prices (Image credit: Future) AMD is purportedly ready to unleash XT-branded refreshes of some Ryzen 3000 processors, and listings for the Ryzen 9 3900XT and Ryzen 5 3600XT have popped up on Amazon Italy, complete with alleged release dates and prices. Of course, we should make it very clear upfront that all this remains speculation. The chips we
  22. AMD takes shots at Nvidia with expanded FidelityFX toolkit and GPUOpen Team Red will release new tools and technologies every day this week (Image credit: AMD) AMD has announced the relaunch of GPUOpen, which now boasts a brand-new website and four new FideltyFX effects optimized for AMD Navi graphics cards. GPUOpen, which AMD debuted in 2016, is a collection of open-source GPU technologies and specifications that developers can use in video game development. The company today announced that it has ov
  23. AMD RDNA 2 GPUs are coming this year, but they may not all feature ray tracing support Nvidia-rivaling feature rumored to be reserved for top end (Image credit: AMD) AMD has confirmed that it’s “on track” to release its long-awaited Zen 3 CPUs and RDNA 2 graphics cards in “late 2020”. Speaking on the firm’s earnings call on Tuesday, AMD CEO Lisa Su confirmed the launch 2020 timescale, though failed to share an exact release window. However, “late 2020” fits with the rumors that the first Ryzen 4000 desktop CPUs will laun
  24. AMD’s quarterly profits sink, and it expects weakened demand throughout 2020 Though, it still has a big year ahead of it AMD posted its Q1 2020 financial results, and quarter-to-quarter revenue is down by 16 percent. Its quarterly operating income also took a dive, as revenue slowed and R&D costs went up. On the bright side, it shared that its $1.79 billion year-to-year revenue is up 40 percent compared to this time in 2020. It attributes this big jump to its computing and graphics segments, including its Ryzen processors and Radeon graphics cards — both of whi
  25. Intel Comet Lake-S prices have leaked, and it looks like AMD will win in price again Come on, Intel (Image credit: Intel) Historically speaking, the Intel vs AMD battle has typically played out like this: Intel was more expensive while offering top-end performance, while AMD processors were much more affordable. But, that's changed recently, with AMD providing better performance and prices, while Intel is just expensive – and it doesn't look like that's about to change. Renowned leaker @momomo_us spotted EU pricing for
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