AMD has given an exclusive first look at Radeon Frontier to PCWorld. They were allowed to test it in few synthetic benchmarks like SPECviewperf or Cinebench OpenGL, however pure gaming benchmarks were out of the question. Although they were allowed to play Doom, Prey and Sniper Elite 4, no detailed performance metrics were revealed. PCWorld describes: While AMD […]

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After the absence of some further details on Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake mainstream CPU architecture (which is understandable, really, considering how the X299 platform and accompanying processors are all the rage these days), some new details have emerged. Intel’s Coffee Lake architecture will still be manufactured on the company’s 14 nm process, but is supposedly […]

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Some Details about AMD’s Naples family of EPYX chips has leaked. Here are few details up to 32 High-Performance “Zen” Cores 8 DDR4 Channels per CPU Up to 2TB Memory per CPU 128 PCIe Lanes Dedicated Security Subsystem Integrated Chipset Socket-Compatible with Next Gen EPYC Processors No compromise 1-Socket Right-size underutilized servers Optimize storage and […]

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