On the heels of Intel releasing their 8th Generation Core processors in late 2017, OEMs hustled to get their next generation of desktops and laptops ready to accept that shiny new object. The new CPUs mean additional cores, and in many cases, faster clock speeds promising better performance across a multitude of applications. These updates have, in turn, reached a peak with last week's release of the rest of the 8th gen CPUs, leading to what we have seen over the past several days from Dell, MSI, and others with updated gaming lines, workstations, laptops/2-in-1's and more. To that end, HP is joining the group refreshing several lineups including Pavilion/Pavilion Gaming desktops and laptops, a Chromebook 2-in-1, as well as a new 32" monitor...
AMD is preparing to release low-power versions of its Ryzen APUs with built-in Radeon Vega graphics. The new Ryzen 3 2200GE and Ryzen 5 2400GE chips will have a...24 by Anton Shilov on 2/12/2018
AMD’s Ryzen CPUs made a large impact on the market starting around mid-2017 when they were released. When Ryzen based CPUs hit the scene, performance was on generally on...7 by Joe Shields on 2/12/2018
AMD's new launch of APUs hits the apex of the 2017 designs that tend the balance sheet black. After a return to high performance on x86 with the Ryzen...176 by Ian Cutress on 2/12/2018
In the mood for some free hardware? Well then you're in luck: our awesome community team has collected a few of AMD’s Ryzen CPUs and put together a giveaway...19 by Ryan Smith on 12/8/2017
AMD has always promised that Zen is a core suitable form entry level x86 computers all the way up to high-performance server parts. Within that scale so far, AMD...139 by Ian Cutress on 7/27/2017
Last night out of the blue, we received an email from AMD, sharing some of the specifications for the forthcoming Ryzen Threadripper CPUs to be announced today. Up until...225 by Ian Cutress on 7/13/2017
If you were paying close attention to this morning’s announcement of AMD’s new Ryzen Pro SKUs, then you likely noticed something interesting: the non-X PRO chips all have the...47 by Ryan Smith on 6/29/2017