AMD Releases RX 5600 XT, RTX 3080

AMD vs Nvidia competition heating up.

In the past few days there has been some good news and some bad news in the technology and gaming industry. The fierce competition between NVIDIA and AMD’s Radeon RX 5600 XT GPU’s are creating some great products for the consumer. Rumors about next gen Ampere RTX 3080 GPU’s are stirring up the internet with excitement. Finally, the delay of Cyberpunk 2077 has caused sadness in all of us.

Finally a company that would delay than publish a bad game.

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CES 2020 Exciting Hardware Releases

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CES 2020 just ended last week with a slew of products hitting the market or about to be released. For computer hardware manufacturers such as Intel and AMD, the competition is just heating up. Microsoft showed its new SOC for the Xbox Series X, dwarfing previous generation sizes. Many other PC hardware manufacturers also brought in new or improved tech to show also.

 

The biggest reveal has been AMD’s announcement of the Ryzen 4000 series mobile processors. AMD has moved this generation of mobile processors to 7nm to compete Read more…

Custom Gaming PC’s for upcoming 2020 Games

As 2019 comes to a close, and 2020 bringing some of the most anticipated games of the year,  getting a gaming PC is a great choice. The PC gaming market has been growing, with the release of Halo on PC showing the love for gaming yet again. Gaming PC’s have become hot sellers and PC hardware sales steadily climbs from previous years. With the introduction of cross-platform play on games like Fortnite, Rocket League, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Minecraft, brings the gaming community even closer. Having a PC capable of gaming doesn’t mean it is Read more…

The Benefits of Owning a Prebuilt Gaming PC and How Cheap and Ideal our Gaming PCs are

While the media likes to focus on Xbox One X and the PS4, something else rather interesting is happening in parallel in the world of gaming PCs. 

 

Ever since Apple released the Mac One back in the 1980s, the PC has long been a platform for games.  Since then, computers have become millions of times more powerful (literally), able to display games in fabulously high fidelity with a level of realism most didn’t think possible. 

 

Prebuilt gaming computers aren’t just something for people who want something special: they’re for anyone who loves gaming – Read more…

Gaming PC: What is a Gaming PC and Why Should You Buy One?

Have you heard about anyone buying a new gaming PC?

People often hear that term but aren’t sure of what they are talking about. If you love playing video games and computers, a gaming pc might be a good option for you.

A gaming PC provides the benefits of both a regular computer and a video game console. However, there’s a little more to them than the fact that they’re made for gaming.

Read on to learn about what a gaming PC is and why it may be suitable for you.

Why Is It Called a “Gaming PC?”

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Taking Virtualization to the Next Level: What Is a VMware Workstation?

Whether running a standard development environment or moving into a hybrid, virtual machines are a powerful solution. They allow dispersed teams to run a variety of tools and for reps to train clients no matter what their environment is. A VMware Workstation ensures that every enterprise uses powerful tools to create powerful products.

Here’s what you need to know about setting up a VMware Workstation.

Test Multiple Platforms

A VMware Workstation gives developers and testers the chance to run their products on more than one operating system. A laptop or desktop environment is usually running a single OS, limiting the tools available. Read more…

Dell Precision T7920 Tower Workstation: When High Performance Meets Versatility

Gone are the days where our mathematical John Henry’s could fight the steam engine of the computer processor. In the same vein, gone too are the days where the commercially available PC products could rival the business counterparts.

If such days ever really existed, of course. Modern workstations such as the Dell Precision T7920 provide far more versatility and power than a common household PC. And they need to, as they do far more intensive work.

Tech companies revealed their newest and most powerful future projects at CES 2019 just recently. Read more…

Ryzen 3000, Nvidia Super, DisplayPort 2.0 

The third generation of AMD Ryzen processors are about to release on July 7 and we have already heard rumours and leaks showing significant performance gains. A Ryzen 5 3600 was seen beating Intel’s i9-9900KF at PassMark single threaded benchmark. The midrange chip has surpassed IPC parity with Intel. The Core i9-9900KF is no slouch either, with a 3.60 GHz base clock and a 5.00 GHz Max Turbo, it achieved a score of 2929 on PassMark’s single threaded performance. The Ryzen 5 3600 has a base clock of 3.60 GHz and a boost clock of 4.2 GHz Read more…

AMD Comes Out Swinging at Computex 2019, New Ryzen 3rd Generation Processors Revealed

Our favorite time has come! New hardware releases have been announced! A few days ago, Dr. Lisa Su presented the AMD Keynote at Computex 2019 where she showed how AMD has come back with exciting processor innovations and its impact on the market. We have been seeing leaks and rumors regarding AMD CPU and GPU’s for the past six months creating excitement for the announcements. And now we can finally have some sort of confirmation!

 

 

The first announcement was related to supercomputers using AMD EPYC processors. AMD and Microsoft have partnered together to bring AMD EPYC CPU’s to the Azure Read more…

Computex 2019 Intel Unveils 10nm Ice Lake CPUs, Xeon E Processors, and 10th Generation Core Processors

The Intel keynote was presented by Intel SVP and GM Gregory Bryant at Computex 2019 in Taipei. Computex 2019 has gone into full force as big players like AMD and Intel have had their keynotes announcing the latest generation of processors. Intel just finished their keynote unveiling 10nm Ice Lake CPUs, new generation of Xeon E processors, and the 10th generation Core i3, i5, and i7 processors.

After introductions and a little history on Intel’s P4004 microprocessor, Gregory moved on to the announcement of the new 9th generation Intel Core vPro Mobile and Desktop CPU with the introduction of Read more…

Intel’s Roadmap for 10nm process and AMD 16 Core Ryzen 9 3000

On May 8, 2019 at Intel Inventor Day, Intel revealed detailed manufacturing news for the upcoming products that it will work on over the next four years. Intel CEO’s Bob Swan and Murthy Renduchintala spoke to investors about Intel’s projection for the next few years. Originally, Intel was supposed to release the 10nm process this has been delayed the past few years. 14nm process was released back in 2014, then the 14+ process was released in 2016, and currently we are seeing the end of the 14++ process. Intel has released some 10nm products but these weren’t significant quantities. Read more…