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

Here are the first gaming benchmarks for the upcoming Cascade Lake-X processor, the Intel Core i9 10980XE. This processor boasts 18 core, supports up to 36 threads and can accelerate in turbo on 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?
AMD Ryzen 3000

Ryzen 3000 and RX 5700 arrive on the market

This early July was much warmer than expected for PC hardware enthusiasts. AMD has downloaded all its new 7nm lineup to the market. New processors of the Ryzen 3000 series, new ...
AMD undermines the Intel CPU market even without 7 nanometer processors

AMD undermines the Intel CPU market

If AMD is trying to figure out whether it is on the right track or not about its Zen microarchitecture, just take a look at the latest market share figures released by Mercury Research ...

[TECH DIVE] Playstation 5 - Discussion on the first revelations

Tech dive is a new column focused on the deepening and discussion of video and non-gaming technology. At the head of the bathyscaphe find me, Riccardo / Cap, your trusted electrician. Sony has begun to unveil ...

Dauntless Launches Today On Nintendo Switch

Dauntless Now Available on Nintendo Switch with Full “One Dauntless” Cross-Platform Support, “Stormchasers” Update Brings New Escalation Experience, Behemoth, Hunt Pass and MoreDauntless Also ...

Axiom Verge 2, Sports Story Among Many New Indie Games Coming ...

Strong Support From Indie Developers Around the World Continues on Nintendo SwitchREDMOND, Wash .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - In a new Indie World video, Nintendo, accompanied by independent developers ...

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