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King of the hill.
21 percent full-year growth.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
15 times faster machine learning performance.
Four years ago we asked for colour-neutral motherboards and RGB lighting, but is it time to move on?
We had a quick peek at some of the latest hardware at CES.
Slew of launches at CES 2019.
How do AMD's cheaper 2nd Gen Threadrippers stack up against Intel and their own predecessors?
We take a look at Gigabyte's answer to MSI's MEG X399 Creation and see whether it should be your go-to board for AMD's new Threadripper CPUs.
Now that AMD's 32-core Threadripper 2990WX and 16-core Threadripper 2950X have landed, who actually holds the desktop performance crown?
MSI goes all-out with its $500 board for AMD's new Threadripper CPUs.
Intel has announced a 28-core monolithic CPU, and AMD has upped the ante with a 32-core Threadripper, but who will win?
Up to four PCIe M.2 drives with active cooling.
Offers partial refund, upgrade kit.
The CPU market has never had a year like 2017, and it all comes down to Ryzen.
Gigabyte's only entry into the X399 chipset motherboard market sports some outrageous RGB LED lighting, Wi-Fi and three heatsink-cooled M.2 slots.
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.
8c/16t part for $549; Sep 25th availability for NVMe RAID booting.
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.