Friday, 12 Feb 2016
According to The Tech Report, the upcoming AMD Zen CPU will feature up to 32 cores in a pair of 16-core modules. Read on for more of its hardware specifications.
HP hopes to eliminate the effects of screen tear by offering FreeSync support on its AMD-based laptops. Find out which of its devices will feature this variable display refresh rate technology.
The Electronic Times reports that the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) secured a deal with Apple to build the chips for use in the iPhone 7.
Wednesday, 10 Feb 2016
If comments by Intel this past week are to be believed, we may be heading toward a paradigm shift in computing where new chips feature significantly reduced power consumption at the expense of performance.
A microcode update from Intel will shut down support for non-K overclocking via base clock adjustments on Skylake CPUs. This means that manufacturers like ASRock have also had to roll back features like Sky OC that provided budget users with a more affordable entry into the overclocking game.
Wednesday, 3 Feb 2016
To obliterate the common misconception that AMD processors run hot and noisy, AMD has re-engineered the stock CPU cooler and came up with the Wraith and 95W Quiet Thermal Solution coolers. Oh, and the processors will also sport a new packaging too.
Tuesday, 2 Feb 2016
AMD has just launched three new FM2+ desktop processors, and has also revised the pricing of its other desktop processor models. Find out all the details here.
Friday, 29 Jan 2016
Manufacturers are starting to roll out fixes to kill the Intel Skylake bug that caused systems to crash while running complex workloads. ASRock is one of the first vendors to step up to the plate with a BIOS update for all its Intel 100 series motherboards.
Monday, 25 Jan 2016
According to a The Motley Fool report, Intel is planning to name its third, 10nm processor series as Tigerlake. Read more about the chip maker’s plans with its move to fabricate transistors at this lower scale.
Friday, 22 Jan 2016
At CES 2016, ASRock unveiled motherboards that would enable locked multiplier CPUs to be overclocked on even non-Z170 motherboards. But while this sounds like a great development for gamers on a budget, there are still a handful of significant risks and trade-offs to be aware of.