1. BoraMurdar

    AMD RYZEN 3000 - What we know so far

    The topic was written by Paul Alcorn on May 12, 2019, at 8:20 PM The arrival of AMD’s 1000-series Ryzen processors (like the flagship Ryzen 7 1800X) revitalized the CPU market in ways we couldn’t have imagined just a few years ago, forcing Intel to become more competitive across the full...
  2. T

    System Specs Tume's PC

    That's my low-end PC ;). I barely can run Hearts of Iron 4 :P - Tume
  3. Aerdian

    System Specs Aerdian's System

    My new custom built system. I built it just a couple days ago. It replaced my aging computer built about 4-5 years ago with an AMD FX-8320 processor, 16GB RAM, 450W PSU, and an RX480 4GB GPU.
  4. BoraMurdar

    Ryzen 9 Threadripper up to 16 Cores & 4.1GHz

    AMD’s entire Ryzen 9 Threadripper CPU lineup has been leaked, featuring 16, 14, 12 and 10 core parts with clock speeds of up to 4.1GHz. The company’s brand new enthusiast CPU lineup is set to launch this June and bring the company’s outstanding Zen architecture to the high-end desktop. The...
  5. BoraMurdar

    Video Ryzen 7 1800X & 1700X Put to the Test

    In synthetic benchmarks AMD RYZEN is more powerful than Intel's offerings, although in some real world applications and games Intel is still faster, not significantly, but again faster. Read the whole review at TechSpot AMD Ryzen Review: Ryzen 7 1800X & 1700X Put to the Test
  6. BoraMurdar

    Ryzen: Prices revealed, no Windows 7 support

    AMD Ryzen CPUs aren’t set to arrive until the beginning of next month, but we now know three of the chips' prices. If the figures are accurate - and most sites believe them to be – it looks as if affordability will be one of the processors’ best features. Online store www.shopblt.com has leaked...