While stock levels are better than with previous RTX 3000 launches, they still won’t nearly meet demand.
It would seem that Intel really needs to get its next-gen Rocket Lake processors out sooner rather than later.
Leaked PassMark result shows AMD’s 16-core chip making short work of its predecessor – and Intel’s Core i9-10900K.
A fresh leak has shown us what we can theoretically expect from Nvidia’s next-gen graphics cards for notebooks.
Intel has powered on its high-performance discrete Xe graphics card, known as DG2 – and DG1 is already shipping.
The October update is playing havoc with some PCs and breaking parts of the interface including File Explorer.
Fresh spins on these Ampere graphics cards with double the VRAM are no longer happening, it would seem.
AMD seems determined not to fall into the same trap as Nvidia when it comes to stock levels at launch.
Microsoft isn’t experimenting with stealth installs of Progressive Web Apps for Office, you’ll be glad to hear.
Gamers looking to upgrade a hard disk to an SSD may benefit from some chunky price drops in the near future.
Buyers of every model except for the Ryzen 5 5600X will get this free game – and it’s coming to some Ryzen 3000 chips too.
Rumor mill reckons that Rocket Lake could be Intel’s biggest architectural leap forward since Skylake back in 2015.
Will Intel use integrated Xe Graphics on its CPUs to beef up the performance of its incoming discrete GPUs?
Detective work appears to point to the possibility of an imminent release for Microsoft’s next Windows 10 upgrade.
Users will be notified when installing an app that configures itself to automatically run when the system boots up.
It seems that in this case, Nvidia’s incoming RTX 3070 isn’t able to match the RTX 2080 Ti at 4K resolution.