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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X & Ryzen 5 2600X Review - Uncompromised Value
AMD’s 2nd Gen Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X are the freshest in AMD’s line-up. The 2700X and 2600X follow the introduction of the Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics chips that were released earlier this year. The 2nd Gen Ryzen chips, codenamed Pinnacle Ridge, boasts more performance, more features, and on a smarter platform,...

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5 days ago by vrzone
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Review: Redefining Ryzen - Tom's Hardware
Overall, the company claims that its 2000-series facilitates nearly equivalent gaming performance compared to similarly-priced Core CPUs, plus a 20% advantage in threaded workloads.
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5 days ago by jasonsamuels
AMD Ryzen 2nd Gen Details: Four CPUs, Pre-Order Today, Reviews on the 19th
The launch on April 19th will consist of four processors: two from the Ryzen 7 line, with eight cores and sixteen threads, and two from the Ryzen 5 line, with six cores and twelve threads.  These processors are built on GlobalFoundries' 12nm process, which uses some slight process changes to enable up to 10% better performance when directly porting a 14nm design (as AMD is doing here), which means that compared to the previous generation, the new parts have slightly higher frequencies.
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8 days ago by jasonsamuels
NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel: How they do their GPU virtualization
NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel: How they do their GPU virtualization
15 days ago by zenith13
bios - How to enable hardware virtualization on AMD Asus motherboard - Super User
I needed to modify the mobo SVM settings to enable 64bit Linux virtualization on Spenser
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24 days ago by jrwi
Intel NUC 8 VR (NUC8i7HVK) Review - Tom's Hardware
Intel claims its new chips should serve up similar graphics performance as Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q. The processors are also fast enough to drive larger devices like the overclockable 100W Hades Canyon NUC we're testing today. A graphics card shortage continues to confound gamers, so this launch couldn't come at a better time for Intel.
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26 days ago by jasonsamuels

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