AMD's Zen 2 and Zen 3 7nm are in the pipe
Published in Processors


Mark Papermaster confirms

One thing that you need to think about after the launch of the Zen and EPYC is that the company's CTO is claiming that Zen 2 will continue as a success story.

EPYC evokes a massive interest
Published in Processors


Naples destroys Broadwell E5 2699A

AMD has launched its most exciting product in over a decade and chose an appropriate name  - EPYC. We do know that you love Ryzen and Radeon too much, but EPYC is the single most important product generation from the house of AMD. It is, without a doubt, a big disruptive product on the cloud/server market.

EVGA launches the DIY Configurator
Published in News


Lets you build the system that fits perfectly

EVGA has launched a new tool which is a part of its website, the DIY Configurator, which will allow users to combine several components making things easier for DIYers and allows users to score some sweet discounts along the way.

Skype suffers problems in Europe
Published in News


Not working as of last night

Skype users in Europe, including us, are reporting massive connectivity issues with the client as of last night.

Gigabyte shows liquid cooled GTX 1080 Ti graphics card
Published in Graphics


The GTX 1080 Ti Aorus Waterforce WB Xtreme Edition

Gigabyte has unveiled the new Geforce GTX 1080 Ti that will both be a part of its Aorus gaming lineup as well as feature a full-cover water block.

AMD could be preparing to ship Vega to AIB partners
Published in Graphics


Coming in late July or early in August

According to the latest rumors, AMD could be preparing to ship the only two Vega GPUs to its AIB partners which means that these graphics cards could be available by the end of July or early in August.

Big Tech tries to butter up Trump again
Published in News


Not Zuckerburg or Musk


Some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley descended on the White House yesterday for the first meeting of the American Technology Council.

Galaxy Note announcement planned for August
Published in Mobiles


Galaxy Note expected 

Samsung is planing a launch event in New York City for its next Galaxy Note smartphone in the second half of August.

Intel dumps Galileo, Joule, and Edison
Published in Motherboards


No reason why


Chipzilla has pulled the plung on its Galileo, Joule, and Edison development boards.

Now even the Swiss have a faster supercomputer than the US
Published in News


And some of their soldiers have carried pikes for 600 years.

The US has been falling behind in the supercomputer race which it has dominated for 24 years and been losing ground to the Chinese who have the top two slots.