Hot on AMD's heels, Intel's 13th-generation CPUs are here. We've taken an early look and are here to tell you what we think in this first entry of our review in progress.
Last week, we reviewed the Ryzen 5 7600X and the Ryzen 7 7700X. Today, we're back with a look at Zen 4's top of the line with the Ryzen 9 7950X and 7900X. Performance: it's the name of the game. Find out if they're worth a buy in our review!
We sat down with our friends at Intel to talk about budget-conscious gaming rigs, modern CPU performance, and some unexpected options for getting into the world of PC gaming.
CES is in full swing, even if virtually, and yesterday marked the keynote address by AMD's Dr. Lisa Su. She shared several interesting insights into the work and impact of AMD, but the most exciting for gamers was the announcement of the company's new HX series of mobile processors.
MD announced the availability of its latest additions to the Ryzen 3000 line-up: the Ryzen 5 3600XT, Ryzen 7 3800XT, and Ryzen 9 3900XT. Each new CPU carries a clock speed boost from the original and will be available on July 7th. Additionally, AMD announced the new A520 platform and improvements to AMD StoreMi.
AMD announced this morning that it is expanding its Ryzen processor line-up with two new entries targeted at budget-minded gamers, offering quad-core performance with hyperthreading for $99 and $120 respectively.