AMD gave the keynote address at this year's Computex and it was a doozy. The company had plenty of announcements to make including the arrival of its FidelityFX Super Resolution, Stacked Ryzen chiplets which could change the face of desktop CPU performance, Radeon RX 6000M laptop GPUs, and more.
Last month, we reviewed the Ryzen 5 5600X and Ryzen 9 5900X and were impressed at the performance per dollar. Today, we're looking at the king of the hill: the Ryzen 9 5950X. With a suggested price of $799, is this the high-end CPU you've been waiting for? Find out in our review.
The new RTX-30 series GPUs require a lot of power. If you're also planning for a high-end CPU, it may be time to look at upgrading your power supply. Should you?
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.