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AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT GPU Video Card

AMD announces the new Radeon RX 6700 XT GPU

AMD has recently announced a new entry in the 6000 series of its Radeon GPUs: here is the new RX 6700 XT. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjBqaGLRycc This new card belonging to the model Navi 22 RDNA 2, has 2560 Stream Processor, 12GB ...
amd ryzen 5000 mobile rdna 2 ces 2021 epyc milan

CES 2021 - AMD: Between Ryzen 5000 Mobile and EPYC Milan, the red team ...

Immediately after Nvidia, AMD also held the usual annual keynote at CES 2021. A keynote presented by the usual CEO of the company Lisa Su and which was completely focused on the new processors in ...
Nvidia RTX 3000 GeForce AMD Stocks Event

A bot on Twitch keeps an eye on online GPU stocks

The global pandemic has caused some turmoil within the hardware market. Whether it's PS5, Xbox Series X or in this case the latest GPU model from Nvidia or AMD, the plague of scalpers has ...

AMD introduces the RX 6000 series

Today AMD officially unveiled three new RX 6000 series GPUs: RX 6800, RX 6800 XT and RX6900 XT. Along with these boards, new implemented technologies have been announced, ...
AMD Ryzen 5000 Big Navi RX 6000

AMD: Between Ryzen 5000 and Big Navi, here are the first official data

Yesterday, Lisa Su presented the annual conference dedicated to the new upcoming AMD products, bringing to the table interesting data related to the new Ryzen 5000 CPUs. Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWJJekUVm8U Starting from the new top of the range, ...

Aleksei Must Die - The desperate struggle of an independent team

The story of Aleksei Nehoroskin is a mirror of this era marked by an increasingly individualistic and frayed society, it is almost no longer surprising to read about abuse and harassment in the workplace, as well as ...
AMD hacker

AMD - Steal info on upcoming GPUs

AMD continues to be on everyone's lips in recent months and for good reason. From the likely announcement of a new Radeon GPU and its presence on both new consoles ...
AMD ray tracing directx 12 ultimate

AMD shows the possible rendering of ray tracing on Xbox and future GPUs

AMD, shortly after the official presentation of Microsoft's DirectX 12 Ultimate, released a video showing a tech demo of RDNA 2 ray tracing technology. The demo in question was ...

[Tech Dive] Xbox Series X Specifications

Very little time has passed since the first details unveiled by Microsoft on its new flagship console: Xbox Series X. Today we know "everything there is to know" to make us an adequate ...
Xbox Series S and PS5

Rumor - Next Gen: Do PS5 and Xbox Series X use the same AMD architecture?

AMD has recently concluded its briefing with industry analysts and as usual, there is no shortage of various rumors and news to be picked up on the new types of ...

[TECH DIVE] Xbox Series X - First Details

Micrisoft presents the first features of the Xbox Series X, which we try to explain more fully.

Rumor - AMD: A new Radeon Card is coming?

If just yesterday we talked about a leak that sees Nvidia release a new series of RTX video cards, today it's up to AMD that, according to the well-known leaker Komachi, has in his hands a ...

AMD confirms that the "Nvidia killer" graphics card will be released in 2020

AMD's chief executive confirmed that a high-end Navi graphics card will launch this year. In a video interview titled "The Bring Up", posted on YouTube by AMD, Lisa Su confirmed that ...

First benchmarks for Intel Core i9-10980XE - Slower than the i9 9900k and ...

The first gaming benchmarks arrive for the upcoming Cascade Lake-X processor, the Intel Core i9 10980XE. This processor boasts 18 cores, supports up to 36 threads and can turbo accelerate on all ...
RX5500 announcement

AMD RX 5500 - 1080p for everyone

AMD announces the new RX5500 boards for the medium-low range: 1080p @ 60fps for all.

Motherboards X570 to 200 €. Which one to choose?

The new 200 € X570 motherboards on the market have arrived, but which one will be the best?

Rumor - Will Nintendo Switch Pro Have Exclusive Games?

Despite Doug Bowser's claims, the elusive Nintendo Switch Pro continues to be on everyone's lips. After some rumors disclosed ...

Kena: Bridge of Spirits will offer the free upgrade from PS4 to PS5

Kena: Bridge of Spirits will enjoy the free upgrade from the PS4 to the PS5 version, as confirmed by the authors themselves. Shown again during the last State of ...
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