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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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EVGA Abandons Intel’s Loyalty – Teases “A New Darkness” for AMD Ryzen – Plausible X570S Dark Motherboard

Love them or hate them, EVGA are quite notorious among the DIY PC market for producing enthusiast class motherboards suited for function (Overclocking) rather than frivolous RGB lighting cancer with unique plastic trims. EVGA primarily has been the number one bitch of both Intel and NVIDIA because seemingly they only seem to produce aftermarket solutions […]

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AMD to Completely Abandon PGA on Mainstream Platforms Following Zen 3? AM5 Platform to Feature LGA 1718 Socket

AMD have been well known to be sticklers of utilizing a PGA (Pin Grid Array) socket particularly for their mainstream platforms for well over a decade now. However they have diverted from this particularly when you delve into their enterprise grade processors such as older generation Opteron processors which utilize a LGA platform, especially with […]

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Gigabyte Registers Multiple AMD “X570S” Motherboards to the EEC – Bullshit Refresh Imminent or Just Fanless X570 Duplicates?

A socket a year keeps the goyim in fear. Motherboard vendors love Intel, particularly because of how often Intel themselves completely kill off entire platforms ushering in new replacement ones, sometimes even utilizing the same socket with no compatibility. AMD’s latest socket AM4 commonly used with Ryzen processors spanning since 2017 have for the most […]

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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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