PC Specialist pairs a Core i5-9600K with Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti in this £1,200 gaming rig.
The first in-house ROG chassis under the microscope.
One due a lot sooner than the other.
Neither are for gaming, though.
Taking the data centre fight to AMD.
'Making good progress on 10nm,' company claims.
The news isn't good.
Warns relief unlikely before 2H2019.
Yes, another one.
Won't say early or late 2020, though.
Next step on from FPGAs.
An 'enterprise solution', apparently.
No fix for Variant 1 planned.
No sign of Bronze or Platinum, though.
Offers up to 18c/36t to fight off Threadripper.
Mocks 'glued-together' dice.
Denies Pentium discontinuation, too.
Moves away from its traditional ring.
Plus macOS High Sierra, VR, AR, and more.
Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.
New 3D NAND SSDs, too.
For the biggest customers only.
Includes stacked MCDRAM tech.
Takes aim at portable workstations.
April 9 2019 | 16:50
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