A hyper-stylish FPS, Severed Steel has a great core but lacks the coherence of a great shooter.
Assembling the structure.
Making Crescent Moons.
Heavily teased AMD Ryzen supporting OC-friendly debut from EVGA makes it to release.
It also debuts Windows 11 support and SAM for Radeon RX 5000 series graphics.
Chinese slide mentioning RX 6900 XTX with 18Gbps memory may be fake or outdated.
5.5GHz APU breaks quad-core benchmark records in GPUPi, Geekbench and Y-Cruncher.
Aims this new 8GB RDNA 2 GPU at "high-framerate, high-fidelity 1080p PC gaming".
A monster machine capable of cutting through benchmarks.
Chinese Ludashi benchmark shows the new Radeon is a GeForce RTX 3060 Ti rival.
And availability of cards like the RX 6700 XT, 6900 XT, RTX 3070 Ti and 3080 Ti is good.
AMD's tech is better than DLSS 1.0, but Nvidia moves the goalposts with DLSS 2.2 launch.
The key new feature is the "brand new passive chipset thermal design". S = Silent.
Unannounced graphics card surfaces on Brazilian retail site. Looks like an AMD reference design.
And AMD demoed a 15 per cent faster Ryzen 9 5900X prototype with 3D V-Cache.
Document provides some insight into AMD's DLSS challenging tech.
"GPU sales to grow significantly" over the next few months CEO tells investors.
Pushes this AiO design further, with a one click Toxic boost to 2,730MHz.
System used twin CPUs for 128C/256T, and packed 512GB of RAM.
Sextet of Zen 3 / Vega powered APUs will be OEM-only parts to begin with.
6kg of heatsinks mean this Ryzen 3800X/RTX 3080 system can impress in MSFS 2020.
But it can dissipate up to 280W, if you don't mind a bit of fan noise (up to 59.8dBA).
Has a lot of bark, but does it have any bite?
Sapphire's best-ever cards under the microscope.
And PowerColor launches the completely new HellHound series to coincide with the release.
Asserts it "hits the sweet spot for 1440p gaming" and compares it to an Nvidia RTX 3070.
September 23 2021 | 09:05
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