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The release of the AMD Ryzen 9000 Zen 5
The release of the AMD Ryzen 9000 Zen 5 "Granite Ridge" Desktop Processors is scheduled for late July.
The highly anticipated AMD Ryzen 9000 series "Granite Ridge" desktop processors based on the "Zen 5" microarchitecture are rumored to launch in late-July 2024, with the first four SKUs spanning the Ryzen 9, Ryzen 7, and Ryzen 5 series, potentially being unveiled at the upcoming Computex keynote address.
The Arm-based AI PC Processor from NVIDIA may utilize Arm Cortex X5 CPU cores and Blackwell Graphics.
The Arm-based AI PC Processor from NVIDIA may utilize Arm Cortex X5 CPU cores and Blackwell Graphics.
NVIDIA's upcoming AI PC processor for the Windows on Arm ecosystem could feature Arm CPU cores and advanced 3 nm-class foundry node, along with integrated graphics based on the "Blackwell" architecture and AI acceleration capabilities, set to be released in 2025.
NVIDIA is reportedly experiencing problems with Samsung's HBM3 chips overheating.
NVIDIA is reportedly experiencing problems with Samsung's HBM3 chips overheating.
NVIDIA is facing challenges with Samsung's HBM3 chips, as sources suggest issues with heat, power consumption, and validation, potentially leading to reliance on other suppliers like Micron and SK Hynix.
Specifications for the ASUS ROG Ally X have been confirmed, including 24GB LPDDR5X-7500, M.2-2280, and an 80Wh battery.
Specifications for the ASUS ROG Ally X have been confirmed, including 24GB LPDDR5X-7500, M.2-2280, and an 80Wh battery.
The leaked specs sheet of the upcoming ASUS ROG Ally X handheld game console confirms a larger M.2 drive bay, 1 TB drive, 80 Wh battery, improved memory, and USB4 type-C connectivity, making it a significant upgrade from the ROG Ally Extreme.
G.Skill has officially released the Trident Z5 Royal Series DDR5 Memory.
G.Skill has officially released the Trident Z5 Royal Series DDR5 Memory.
G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd. unveils the Trident Z5 Royal series of high-performance overclock DDR5 memory, featuring a luxurious design with a mirrored-finish heat spreader and crystalline light bar, set to be released in late May 2024 with Intel XMP 3.0 support.
The G.Skill Trident Z5 Royal DDR5 Memory Series is shown in the picture.
The G.Skill Trident Z5 Royal DDR5 Memory Series is shown in the picture.
G.Skill is set to launch its highly anticipated Trident Z5 Royal DDR5 memory series, featuring a luxurious design and high-speed capabilities, at an upcoming event next month.
TerraMaster reveals its most powerful 2-Bay NAS F2-424, featuring Intel's newest Quad-Core Processor.
TerraMaster reveals its most powerful 2-Bay NAS F2-424, featuring Intel's newest Quad-Core Processor.
TerraMaster introduces the F2-424 NAS, featuring a powerful Intel Celeron N95 processor, 8GB DDR5 memory, and enhanced performance, making it a game-changer for data storage and management for personal and business users.
The upcoming MSI Project Zero motherboards will feature CAMM2 DDR5 memory.
The upcoming MSI Project Zero motherboards will feature CAMM2 DDR5 memory.
MSI and Kingston team up to bring CAMM2 form-factor memory modules to desktops, with MSI's Project Zero motherboards featuring DDR5 CAMM2 slots and Kingston preparing FURY Impact CAMM2 modules for release.
G.Skill reveals plans for OC World Record Event 2024 in conjunction with new product releases.
G.Skill reveals plans for OC World Record Event 2024 in conjunction with new product releases.
G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd. is set to unveil new DDR5 memory, peripherals, and PC cases at Computex 2024, along with hosting the 10th Annual OC World Record Stage, 8th Annual OC World Cup, and 4th Annual Extreme Mod Stage for PC enthusiasts and overclocking enthusiasts alike.
Synopsys states that PC DDR6 Memory will provide ten times the bandwidth of DDR4.
Synopsys states that PC DDR6 Memory will provide ten times the bandwidth of DDR4.
The upcoming DDR6 memory standard promises a 10-times increase in bandwidth over DDR4, with speeds starting at DDR6-8800 and reaching up to DDR6-17600 in the first generation, set to be finalized by mid-2025, alongside LPDDR6 for low power devices.