Review God of War Review
We need God of More.
Sinclair's in-house designer remembered fondly.
Offers partial refund, upgrade kit.
No word on protections for older parts.
Zen impact really begins to show.
The CPU market has never had a year like 2017, and it all comes down to Ryzen.
AMD and Intel's flagships are now available, and the world has seen the numbers. Who has come off best?
MSI aims at the £300 mark with its first Threadripper motherboard, which sports Wi-Fi, M.2 heatsinks, and RGB lighting
Packs in RGB lighting, too.
Desktops due 'in the coming weeks'.
8c/16t part for $549; Sep 25th availability for NVMe RAID booting.
Offers up to 18c/36t to fight off Threadripper.
Asus' flagship Threadripper motherboard looks fantastic, has every feature you could want, but will set you back £500.
AMD shows its high end desktop hand, but can it compete with Intel?
16-core 1950X $999; 12-core 1920X $799; eight-core 1900X $549.
Aiming for shock and awe, it seems.
Peripherals and monitors, too.
It's the turn of In Win, Sharkoon, Thermaltake, and Asus in the Computex 2017 spotlight.
Shows off a Ryzen Mobile laptop, too.