Intel has admitted that its own 10nm shortfall happened as a result of overly aggressive positioning on its part. 7nm, however, is still just two years away according to the company.

AMD has refreshed its backward-compatibility upgrade program for third-generation Ryzen and is offering a CPU for users who need a chip for a UEFI update.

AMD’s Ryzen 7 3000 CPU family isn’t currently compatible with Bungie’s Destiny 2, but a UEFI fix is on the way.

One question gamers often raise is how GPU performance evolves as cards age. Ongoing security patches related to Spectre have also raised concerns about CPU frame rates. We investigate across both AMD and Nvidia cards.

Intel could be preparing to launch new CPUs to challenge AMD’s recent 7nm Ryzen 3000 family, but will their counter-blow be sufficient?

What’s the current state of Moore’s Law? Depends very much on who you ask — which may be a sign of a problem, in and of itself.

We’ve just finished the most intense period of benchmarking in my career to date. So what else do you guys want to know? What questions do you have about Navi, Zen 2, or their various products? What kind of comparisons would you like to see?

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AMD’s X570 chipset uses so much power, it’s actually making the CPU look much less efficient than it is. Some X570 boards are also using far more power than others.

AMD’s long-awaited 7nm Navi is here — and its new, RDNA architecture is a significant improvement on what AMD has previously fielded in GPUs.

AMD’s third-generation Ryzen 7 3700X and 3900X CPUs are a comeback 14 years in the making.