Ryzen 5

AMDisappointing CES 2022 Presentation

A brand new entry level graphics card, Zen 3D(isappointment), Cancer BGA mobile trash and a sneak peak at Zen 4 for 2H 2022? AMD’s CES 2022 coverage is literally packed with goodness, at least at first glance that is and yet somehow in typical AMD fashion they somehow manage to turn all of that upside […]

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Goodbye Nintendo Switch – Valve Revives the Pocket PC with the Steam Deck – Featuring AMD Van Gogh APU with RDNA 2 Graphics

The revival of the Steam Machine is certainly more appealing now than it ever was before. For awhile now I’ve been rather fascinated over the revelations made to the mobile “pocket PC” what with the Aya Neo and GPD Win 3 which essentially gives you a complete Windows based desktop experience albeit in a rather […]

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AMDone – Intel Core i9-11900K “Shroutistics” Showcases The Absolute Destruction of AMD’s Ryzen 9 5950X in Multiple Scenarios

Higher is always better. With Intel’s 11th generation Core processors set to launch on March 30th consumers couldn’t help but wonder what the performance of Intel’s upcoming “Rocket Lake” processors are really like. Now at a first glance some might see Anandtech’s horrible and unjustified early review and think that Intel’s Rocket Lake processors are […]

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CES 2021 – AMDisappointing – THREADRIPPER – OEM Ryzen 5000 Processors and Ryzen Mobile CPUs With Mainstream & Mobile Radeon RX 6000 Coming 1H 2021

Wrapping up our CES 2021 coverage we end on an AMDisappointment, with the company announcing a plethora of mobile Ryzen processors and future plans with the Radeon RX 6000 series. Segmented between two different categories AMD is now bringing Zen 3 to portable devices with the Ryzen 5000H and 5000U series of processors. With its […]

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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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Geekbench Doesn’t Matter 2: Electric Boogaloo – Geekbench 4 Ryzen 7 5800X & Ryzen 5 5600X Geekbench 5 Results Spotted With Gimped 2133MHz RAM – Still Holds Superior Single Core Performance, Trounces 10600K

Continuing on from our last post in regards to the Geekbench 4 & 5 results of the Ryzen 9 5950X and 5900X which showed extremely promising performance on the mostly Intel favored benchmark with outright dominate single core performance with respectable multicore improvements compared to their respective predecessors. However it seems people are rather busy […]

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