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  1. Intel Japan’s President has suggested that it will take until December this year for Intel’s 14nm CPU shortage problems to be fixed, with a healthy supply of processors coming back to the market for the holidays. Which means things are going to remain pretty tight throughout most of this year. But Intel’s 14nm CPU shortage has been great news for the competition. On the back of it AMD has really started to eat into Intel’s market share, gathering momentum not just in the consumer desktop space, but also in laptops and, more importantly, in the datacentre. Recent speculation is that
  2. AMD admits that details of its GPUs have been stolen AMD says the stolen IP isn’t core to the security or competitiveness of its graphics products (Image credit: Future) AMD has issued a statement making it known that the company has suffered from a theft of graphics IP, but that this stolen intellectual property isn’t a core element of the security – or indeed future competitiveness – of its graphics solutions. AMD posted on its website: “At AMD, data security and the protection of our intellectual property are a priori
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. AMD RDNA 2 release date, specs and rumors: everything we know about 'Big Navi' AMD's 4K revolution? (Image credit: Future) AMD Navi launched way back in July 2019 with the Radeon RX 5700 XT and RX 5700, and while those cards are champions of the mid-range, folks have been hungry for 'Big Navi' – the AMD graphics card that would take on the RTX 2080 Ti. However, we're nearing a year since the first AMD RDNA graphics cards hit the streets, leaving us wondering: when will we actually see RDNA 2, and what will it look like?
  7. Gaming laptops will never be the same, and it's all thanks to AMD Analysis: desktop-class performance in a lightweight laptop, finally (Image credit: Future) Even the best laptops are, traditionally speaking, a lot slower than a full desktop PC. The PC components that laptop manufacturers shove into a portable machine consume way less power, and are generally constricted by thermal limits imposed by being in a tight space – especially with recent Ultrabooks and such getting thinner and thinner. However, with AMD Ryzen 4000, that has fund
  8. Intel Tiger Lake leaked benchmarks suggest good – and bad – news for AMD By Carly Page 14 hours ago The quad-core Intel Core i7-1165G7 has shown up on 3DMark ahead of its mid-2020 debut (Image credit: Future) Intel’s 11th-generation Tiger Lake quad-core CPU has been spotted once again in online benchmarks, and this time it's been pitted against the AMD Ryzen 7 4800U. The processor in question is the Intel Core i7-1165G7, a quad-core, eight-thread APU based on the chipmaker's new 10nm+ Willow Cove architecture
  9. AMD dominates Intel in CPU sales - at least according to one retailer AMD claimed 83% of sales at Mindfactory (Image credit: Future) Intel's newly-released Comet Lake processors are failing to make a dent in sales of AMD CPUs, according to Mindfactory. New sales data released by the German retailer and spotted by Hexus shows that in the week of June 1 to June 7, it sold 5,270 AMD processors, compared to just 770 Intel CPUs.
  10. AMD Ryzen 4000 ‘Renoir’ leak hints at a seriously powerful 8-core APU Doubling up on the quad-core flagship of Ryzen 3000 APUs (Image credit: AMD) AMD Ryzen desktop APUs are about to get a major boost and step up to 8-cores, at least going by a leaked benchmark. The result for what speculation contends is an AMD Ryzen 4000 ‘Renoir’ desktop APU shows an 8-core, 16-thread chip which would double up on the current Ryzen 3000 APUs that are led by a quad-core part (the Ryzen 5 3400G). As you can see, the be
  11. AMD Ryzen 3 3100 overclocked to almost 6GHz, marking it as an OC beast Entry-level CPU is a no-brainer for budget builders (Image credit: Future) The budget-friendly AMD Ryzen 3 3100 has been overclocked to almost 6GHz, just shy of the record held by its much more expensive Ryzen 9 3950X sibling. Renowned overclocker TSAIK has managed to overclock the $99 (about £79, AU$150) Ryzen 3 3100 to an impressive 5.92GHz using liquid nitrogen cooling (LN2), as reported by TechPowerUp. The processor is due to hit shelves on June
  12. 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
  13. AMD Radeon RX 5300 leak suggests Team Red may release another budget contender soon Will we have another budget hit in our hands? (Image credit: AMD) AMD has been making headlines lately, especially with the rumored next-generation AMD Ryzen 4000 ‘Renoir’ details being leaked not too long ago. Now, it looks like the manufacturer could also be hard at work in its budget GPU department as well. A leaked CompuBench benchmark from late 2019, recently shared by hardware leaker @Komachi_Ensaka, for a GPU codenamed AMD 7340:CF
  14. AMD Ryzen 6000 might arrive in 2022 as the world's first 6nm desktop processor Leaked roadmap suggests the Zen 3+ APU will feature integrated RDNA 2 graphics (Image credit: Future) The AMD Ryzen 6000 series will arrive in 2022 as Team Red's first 6nm desktop APUs, according to a leaked product roadmap. Though we’re still awaiting the arrival of the AMD Ryzen 4000 desktop APUs, slides shared with Wccftech suggest that the firm's 6th-generation Ryzen CPUs will blow these incoming processors out of the water when it comes
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. Linux computer manufacturer System76 launched today their first ever AMD powered Linux laptop, which features 3rd generation AMD Ryzen 3000 series processors and a cool price tag. A few weeks ago, TUXEDO Computers unveiled what they called the world’s first AMD-only Linux laptop, and now System76 follows in their footsteps to announce a new Linux laptop that’s powered by an AMD processor. Meet the 12th generation Serval WS. System76 Serval WS is now the first AMD laptop from the company known for numerous powerful Linux machines and the gorgeous, Ubuntu-based Pop_
  20. 6-core AMD Ryzen APU spotted: could this be a new budget champion? AMD Ryzen 4400G APU shows up on 3DMark ahead of its rumored arrival next month (Image credit: AMD) A mid-range AMD Ryzen 4000 'Renoir' APU has been spotted in 3DMark ahead of its rumored arrival next month. Details of the listing, shared by Twitter tipster @TUM_APISAK, reveal that the AMD Ryzen 4400G will be a 6-core, 12-thread processor with a base clock of 3.7GHz and a boost clock of 3.3GHz. Details about the Ryzen 5 4400G’s onboard
  21. Intel Core i9-10900K leak shows CPU has the upper hand vs AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 3DMark results point to a powerful 10-core CPU (Image credit: Intel) Intel’s Core i9-10900K has had more benchmarks leaked, with new 3DMark processor scores indicating that the incoming 10-core flagship handily beating AMD’s Ryzen 9 3900X. The benchmarks, spilled on Twitter by the ever-watchful TUM_APISAK, show the 10900K recording a score of 28,462 for Physics in Fire Strike Extreme, and a CPU result of 13,142 in Time Spy.
  22. AMD announces Radeon Pro W5500 and Radeon Pro W5500M GPUs AMD has announced the Radeon Pro W5500 and Radeon Pro W5500M graphics cards aimed at workstations and mobile workstations respectively. The GPUs are designed primarily to meet the needs of Design & Manufacturing and Architecture, Engineering & Construction professional, according to AMD. Some of the highlights of the new products include a redesigned geometry engine that enables up to 25% higher performance-per-clock than older previous-generation Graphics Core Next (GCN) architectu
  23. Lenovo may have just leaked a Ryzen 9 U-series chip that could make Intel squirm Could AMD Ryzen 9 be coming to laptops? (Image credit: AMD) AMD Ryzen 4000 processors for laptops are right around the corner, but that doesn't mean the leaks and gossip have stopped. In fact, we just heard some whispers that a secret Ryzen 9 chip could be coming. Over on Lenovo's German website, a listing for the upcoming Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 - the laptop AMD used to show off its Ryzen 4000 platform at CES 2020 – suggests that it comes with
  24. Intel may be taking the fight to AMD when it comes to high clock speeds with Comet Lake A lot of megahertz (Image credit: Intel) It's now well into 2020 and we still haven't seen an official announcement of 10th-generation Intel Comet Lake processors for desktop PCs – but we're at least getting more and more leaks. This time around, the leak in question is from the 3DMark Database. Spotted by renowned leaker TUM_APISAK, it points to the Intel Core i7-10700K as being an 8-core, 16-thread processor with a massive turbo bo
  25. AMD may not be debuting DDR5 memory support before 2022 An AMD insider has apparently revealed an internal AMD roadmap to GamersNexus regarding AMD's plans with the upcoming DDR5 memory. According to the roadmap, Team Red may be looking to introduce the next-gen memory standard two years from now. It states DDR5 hitting the mainstream AMD CPUs as well as its APUs in 2022. And while the CPUs are stated to be based on Zen 4 micro-architecture, the APUs are listed as Zen 3+ parts, which has generally been the tradition. AMD is also planning to introduce low-power DDR5 support to
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