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Gigabyte has released new BIOS updates that support AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 9000 series processors running AMD’s latest AGESA 1.2.0.0a firmware.
Ash Hill published
The Singapore University of Technology and Design uses 3D printing to create edible creations, including a working QR code.
Christopher Harper published
The RockYou2024 leak compiles 9,948,575,739 unique passwords in one place.
Jowi Morales published
Although only 15% of cryptocurrency has been recovered, the massive increase in bitcoin prices means customers are getting much more than they lost in 2014.
Roshan Ashraf Shaikh published
ASRock’s upcoming Challenger SE series will feature the Intel Arc 770 16GB and Arc 750 8GB, which are more compact and promise better heatsink design and other features.
Aaron Klotz published
CrossMark benchmark results for a new Ryzen 7 variant, dubbed the Ryzen AI 7 Pro 360, have emerged. However, its performance was underwhelming in this specific benchmark.
Christopher Harper published
PS5 Dev kit gets sold in a disguise that is just thin enough to avoid Sony’s legal team.
Anton Shilov published
A GA102 card disguised as a AD102 with faulty memory is sold as normal GeForce RTX 4090.
Roshan Ashraf Shaikh published
ASRock’s Creator series comprises Radeon RX 7900 XTX and 7900 XT WS, which have a dual-slot, single-blower-type design and 16-pin power connectors.
Jowi Morales published
The current prevailing thought is that TSMC’s existence and the threat of its destruction are among the things holding back China from invading Taiwan. But what if we’re wrong?
Dallin Grimm published
France, Spain, the UK, and more have no public explanation for the move
Jeff Butts published
A fresh account of AMD’s failed attempt to merge with Nvidia offers insights not only into the GPU war, but also AMD’s rise, fall, and rise again as a CPU and GPU manufacturer.
Dallin Grimm published
The massive data centers use liquid cooling for top performance.
Jowi Morales published
The Asus ROG NUC with an Intel Core Ultra 7 155H/RTX 4060 or Intel Core Ultra 9 185H/RTX 4070 is now available from $1,629 to $2,199.
Anton Shilov published
As AI companies increase their investments in infrastructure, their revenues are not growing that fast, financial analysts note, implying that AI could become a bubble.
Stewart Bendle published
Grab yourself a Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse for just $54 and look forward to some accurate and smooth gaming mouse action.
Aaron Klotz published
Fast Throttle, a per-core thermal throttling mechanism, is reported to be coming to Arrow Lake processors in the future.
Dallin Grimm published
Kien, an Italian video game from AgeOfGames has finally released 22 years after development began on the Game Boy Advance. The delay came not from production troubles, but capitalistic misfortune.
Anton Shilov published
According to experts, Nvidia’s HGX H20 and other processors outperform Huawei’s Ascend 910 series and can be shipped without a license to China.
Aaron Klotz published
A new Ryzen 7 Pro-series Zen 5 mobile CPU has been spotted on the Geekbench browser, boasting performance better than AMD’s previous generation Ryzen 9 CPUs.
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By Les Pounder published
If you need dual NVMe drives, PCIe devices on your Raspberry Pi 5 then there aren’t too many options right now, but Pimoroni’s new board offers everything you need.
By Zhiye Liu published
TeamGroup’s Vulcan Eco lineup brings innovation to the table, but is it sufficient to rival the modern competition?
By Avram Piltch, Christian Cawley published
One of the most popular web hosting services, Hostinger offers a variety of plans at great values and with good performance. But how do they stack up to the competition?
By Zhiye Liu published
The Fury Beast series is one of Kingston’s more flexible lineups. Can its DDR5-6000 C40 memory kit surpass the current competition?
By Christian Eberle published
27-inch QHD IPS gaming monitor with 180 Hz, Adaptive-Sync, G-Sync certification, ELMB with overdrive, DisplayHDR 400 and wide gamut color.
By Anj Bryant, Denise Bertacchi published
Here are the Best 3D Printers for your budget, whether you’re an expert or a beginner. We’ve tested over a hundred models (FDM and Resin) to help you find the right one for you.
By Denise Bertacchi published
We’ve tested scores of filaments to help you find the right material. So much plastic, so little time.
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These are the best PC speakers that we’ve tested — whether you’re looking for a simple stereo system or 5.1 surround sound.
By Aaron Klotz published
Fast Throttle, a per-core thermal throttling mechanism, is reported to be coming to Arrow Lake processors in the future.
By Aaron Klotz published
A new Ryzen 7 Pro-series Zen 5 mobile CPU has been spotted on the Geekbench browser, boasting performance better than AMD’s previous generation Ryzen 9 CPUs.
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By Roshan Ashraf Shaikh published
ASRock’s Creator series comprises Radeon RX 7900 XTX and 7900 XT WS, which have a dual-slot, single-blower-type design and 16-pin power connectors.
By Jeff Butts published
A fresh account of AMD’s failed attempt to merge with Nvidia offers insights not only into the GPU war, but also AMD’s rise, fall, and rise again as a CPU and GPU manufacturer.
By Christopher Harper published
RTX Remix goes open source and gets yet more ambitious with AI features.
By Stewart Bendle published
The MSI Katana 15 comes from a range of reasonably priced gaming laptops. This model with the powerful RTX 4070 graphics card is on sale for $1,199.
By Roshan Ashraf Shaikh published
Asus is ready to showcase its first Ryzen AI 300-powered notebooks, the Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 and the AI 9 365, on July 17.
By Les Pounder published
With some code, electronics and 3D printing, we can make an editor’s dream project come true.
By Les Pounder published
If you need dual NVMe drives, PCIe devices on your Raspberry Pi 5 then there aren’t too many options right now, but Pimoroni’s new board offers everything you need.
By Jeff Butts published
Orange Pi’s Kunpeng Pro has made its way out of China and into the hands of a techtuber who explores the physical layout of the SBC and its capabilities.
By Stewart Bendle published
Grab yourself a Logitech G Pro wireless gaming mouse for just $54 and look forward to some accurate and smooth gaming mouse action.
By Stewart Bendle published
The MSI Katana 15 comes from a range of reasonably priced gaming laptops. This model with the powerful RTX 4070 graphics card is on sale for $1,199.
By Stewart Bendle published
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