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Various Gigabyte Z690 AORUS Motherboards with DDR4 Compatibility Listed by Aussie Retailer Shows Massive Price Hike Over Z590

A socket change a year keeps the goyim in fear, a monopoly in growing keeps the shekels flowing.  So here we are, just some months away before we can get our hands on what’s to be the biggest piece of shit that Intel have dropped since the release of their 11th generation “Rocket Lake” CPUs […]

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Leaked European Pricing for Intel 12th Gen “Alder Lake” Processors Shows Never-ending Milking – 8-core i9-12900K Costs More Than Ryzen 9 5950X

Are you excited for Intel’s upcoming 12th generation processors? Well I’m not, but that’s besides the point. I know that avid Intel fangays eagerly await for their glorious blue turds to once again maintain a peak competitive advantage over AMD’s Ryzen processors and especially after the flop that was Rocket Lake all eyes turn to […]

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The Spectacular Failure of Intel’s Rocket Lake (I Was Right)

Intel seriously cannot win for losing it would seem. So Intel’s 11th generation “Rocket Lake” stopgap finally had its NDA lifted meaning reviews for its many processors are now up in the air available for all to see and would you believe it? There’s no difference in the outcome of Rocket Lake from what we’ve […]

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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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Mossad Inside – Another Intel Exploit – “Ring Bus” Interconnect Vulnerable To Side Channel Attacks

In yet another act of brilliance by Intel engineers from the groundwork laid by former principal engineer Francois Piednoel it would seem that Intel’s beloved ring bus interconnect is also susceptible to side channel attacks hilariously named “Lord of the Ring(s)”. Post-graduate researchers from the University of Illinois have discovered yet another severe exploit specific […]

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