E3 2018 Roundup
Oh god, so many games.
Still aiming for 2020 volume production.
Brought low by a relationship.
Rates as a medium severity flaw, though.
8086 of the former to be given away.
Claims up to 35 percent performance boost.
Third-party cooler users watch with interest.
Gigabit Wi-Fi, new 300-series chipsets, and more.
Flashes your firmware before installation.
Ryzen CPU cores merge with Vega graphics for the first time on desktop.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Intel has more powerful CPUs than ever, but are the blurred lines between mainstream and high-end desktop too fuzzy and making some models pointless?
Significant changes for Raven Ridge compatibility.
Is AMD's cheapest Ryzen CPU cheap and nasty or a bargain, overclockable quad-core?
Investors positive, though.
Aiming for shock and awe, it seems.
30 percent faster, 85 percent less power.
Disable now then check for UEFI updates.
Developers getting to grips with Zen.
Naples is launched; up to 32 cores and 64 threads.
Moves away from its traditional ring.
Responds to AMD's Threadripper threat.
Takes aim at high-performance compute.
Positioned above the Core i7, leak claims.
Networking gear and NASes dropping.
Offers Ryzen, Vega launch schedule.
We're standing by our reasoning for dishing out an award to the Core i3-7350K - here's why.
Except on 'essential' chipsets, that is.
Zen has a new name, it seems.
Looks to prototype creation.
New 'optimisation' process bears fruit.
Promises CPUs, GPUs, APUs in 2016.