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After 3rd Gen Ryzen

We already know that AMD's Radeon Navi series of 7nm graphics cards will launch in 2019, but at the time of writing AMD hasn't revealed any details about a date. Furthermore there isn't any information about their next-generation graphics architecture and we don't know what to expect from the series in terms of both features and performance.



Faster than the previous version

Almost two months ago, Western Digital released the high-performance WD Black SN750. This morning the company has added the WD Blue SN500 NVMe SSD. Compared to its sibling, the new model is more budget-oriented but can still offer transfer speeds higher then every SATA SSD drive.



In addition to 50K laptop batteries previously recalled

HP has discovered additional laptops that may contain defective lithium-ion batteries that pose a risk of overheating and catching fire. The new total now stands at more than 120'000 batteries, as part of this recall.



Let's see how they build gaming motherboards

Building a gaming PC isn't very difficult, you have just to find compatible parts and put them together. It's like building a LEGO, follow the instructions and then firing it all up. Each component however is created with a complex series of chips and technology. If you have ever wondered how companies create a motherboard, you should check the video below.


With rather unique layout

The ASUS ROG Dominus Extreme and Gigabyte C621 Aorus Xtreme are actually the only two motherboards compatible with LGA 3647 processors. Graphics card and motherboard manufacturer EVGA revealed to Gamer Nexus what seems to be the PCB of the upcoming SR-3 (Super Record 3) Dark motherboard.



355'000 players!

Apex Legends developed from Respawn Entertainment has announced that have been banned more than 355'000 PC players since the game's debut. If you consider that there are actually more than 50 million players, the number of players banned is basically nothing. ">Corsair reveals two new cases

Crystal 680X RGB and Carbide 678C

Corsair has recently launched two new mid-tower cases, the Crystal Series 680X RGB and Carbide Series 678C. Corsair describes the Crystal Series 680X RGB as a high airflow ATX case with RGB lighting, while the Carbide Series 678C is an ATX case that focus on low noise and storage options. Both cases belong to the premium side of the Corsair lineup.



To promote a smartphone camera

After the Nova 3 fake selfies, you would think Huawei would have learned its lesson when marketing a new device. However this isn't right, since the company have used once again a DSLR image to promote the upcoming P30 Pro.


Priced at 1899 Euro

During CES 2019, ASUS took the chance to show its X599 Dominus Extreme motherboard. This massive motherboard uses an EBB form factor and it's designed to accommodate the expensive Intel Xeon W-3175X processor.



Ten SKUs

Due to a leak from Bizgram the lineup of upcoming Ryzen CPUs has been spotted. The report shows all details regarding the upcoming CPUs featuring model names and specifications including core and thread count as well as base frequencies. On top of that there are first rumors about prices as well.


With 32:9 aspect ratio

ASUS has unveiled the XG49VQ gaming monitor, a display with 49-inch diagonal and a refresh rate set at 144Hz. The monitor belongs to the ROG Strix series and it should sport several gaming-related functions.



Compatible with massive Xeon W-3175X CPU

Gigabyte has finally revealed the first motherboard compatible with LGA3647 socket. This particular board comes with a whole bunch of features as well as an exceptionally good looking color scheme. Alongside with the ASUS Dominus Extreme, there are actually just two motherboards compatible with Xeon W-3175X CPU.


Soon available

AMD's Radeon VII graphics card has been released almost a month ago, but so far no water block manufacturers have released full cover water blocks of the graphics card, leaving many Radeon fans wondering if the GPU will ever receive a proper water cooling support.


Some gamers use them

According to the latest Steam hardware survey, NVIDIA is still holding the crown, when it comes to graphics card market share. No less than 75 percent of the users on Steam own a system where the graphics department is powered by a GeForce graphics card.



Only available on Microsoft Store

The last week, Maxon has released a new version of its processor benchmarking tool, Cinebench, named Cinebench R20. The new release is more compatible with modern CPUs, but it also drops the GPU test from previous versions.



FPS drop

Microsoft issued a new update for Windows 10 that should have added a number of quality improvements. However, it's now confirmed by the company that this latest update can degrade gaming and mouse performances in some scenarios.



Wingman and Peacekeeper are less strong

Today Respawn has released the first significant balancing patch for Apex Legends. The update addresses weapon balance and other issues. The software house, has tweaked two of the game's most powerful guns, the Wingman and the Peacekeeper.



Coming in 2019

During a presentation for investors today, AMD has revealed an updated roadmap detailing release dates for the upcoming Ryzen and Threadripper CPUs. If everything goes according to AMD's plans, we should see new CPUs quite soon.



Called Spoiler

Security researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and the University of Lübeck have published a paper outlining a speculative vulnerability affecting every Intel processor. According to the report, all the "Core" CPUs should be affected. The potential attack vector is similar to Spectre, but not subject to the same mitigations.



Cinema 4D updated to version 20

Maxon has released a new version of its processor benchmarking tool, Cinebench, named Cinebench R20. The new release is supposed to be more compatible with modern CPUs, but it also drops the GPU test from previous versions.
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