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AMD Gets 💪STACKED💪 With 3D V-Cache Technology – SRAM Cache 3D Die Stacking – Functional Ryzen 5900X Based Prototype Brings >12% Performance Benefits – EOY Production

Is AMD CEO, Lisa Su natty or not? Well that I’m not quite so sure about anymore considering she has just announced the biggest technological steroid shot imaginable for AMD Ryzen processors moving forward. In what has to be without a doubt to be the biggest shock announcement during Computex 2021 entirely, AMD CEO Lisa […]

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Hardware Unboxed Finds That NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Cards Have Severe Driver Overhead Problems – CPU Bottlenecks Ahoy!

AMD + AMD makes for the only choice of true PC enthusiasts. One of the biggest JewTube hardware urinalists, Hardware Shillbox has conducted an extensive investigation into an issue that has been known among true intellectuals have has conveniently been swept under the rug. That investigation happens to be the cancerous driver overhead that plagues […]

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STILL SLOW – Another Early Intel Core i7-11700K (pre)Review Showcases A Woeful Rocket Lake

Not all that long ago we reported on how various retailers were selling Intel 11th generation processors early, with Mindfactory being one of the largest European retailers in doing so selling the Core i7-11700K early and actually shipping them out to customers. A week ago for instance, Anandtech bit the bullet and bought one of […]

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AMD Announces AGESA 1.2.0.1 BIOS Firmware – Resolves AIDA64 L3 Cache Bug

AMD has introduced its AGESA version 1.2.0.1 BIOS firmware which will be soon be deployed on various 500-series motherboards, this version in particular focuses more on bug fixes and improvements for Ryzen 5000 series processors. Among the various fixes, AMD have acknowledged and remedied a bug on AIDA64 that reports inaccurate L3 Cache bandwidth figures […]

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Various Benchmark Results Of AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Submitted To HWBot – 4.7GHz, Single Core 4.95GHz – Cinebench & Geekbench 3 Put To The Test

It would appear that a very certain lucky individual has come across a legitimate retail unit of an AMD Ryzen 5 5600X processor just before its actual review date. And what better thing to do than to pump out its performance results on the only place that truly matters for overclockers. HWBOT. HWBot is quite […]

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PassMark No Longer Matters – AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Dominates Single Thread Charts – Crushes Intel Core i9-10900K

AMD Zen 3 processors continue to make their presence known by swiftly and efficiently swiping the single core performance crown in PassMark’s CPU Marking test. So I guess this rids of PassMark combined with Cinebench and Geekbench that Intel and their shills that are no longer relevant in the discussion of CPU performance. I’m sure […]

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