Review Wreckfest Review
Only Fools and Horsepower.
Mechanical, RGB, and low-profile? Tesoro thinks you really can have it all.
May make Spectre exploitation easier.
Third-party cooler users watch with interest.
Offers partial refund, upgrade kit.
Flashes your firmware before installation.
Ryzen CPU cores merge with Vega graphics for the first time on desktop.
Intel has work to do in 2018: AMD is strong at the low end and the Core i7-8700K is bettered by Ryzen 7 in some benchmarks despite costing a lot a more.
No word on protections for older parts.
Zen impact really begins to show.
Significant changes for Raven Ridge compatibility.
Desktops due 'in the coming weeks'.
8c/16t part for $549; Sep 25th availability for NVMe RAID booting.
16-core 1950X $999; 12-core 1920X $799; eight-core 1900X $549.
Investors positive, though.
Aiming for shock and awe, it seems.
Developers getting to grips with Zen.
Shows off a Ryzen Mobile laptop, too.
Exposes 26 more DRAM settings.
Lock-out more marketing than tech.
No release schedule yet, though.
Microcode fix reportedly in the works.
Takes aim at Intel's Core-i5 family.
No bug, no problem says Hallock.
Up to two Naples chips per server.
You can now buy the world's fastest eight-core processor for $499.
Just prove you need one.
Except on 'essential' chipsets, that is.