Category: Hardware

Panther Lake

Intel Panther Lake processor leaks

Last month, Intel confirmed that they are currently calibrating the Panther Lake at their facilities, which, barring any unforeseen circumstances, is set to be the third-generation Core Ultra processor, anticipated for a mid-2025 launch....

Arrow Lake-S Unveiled: 13 New Core Ultra Processors

According to Intel‘s previously announced plans, the next-generation Arrow Lake processors are slated for release within 2024. The desktop version, Arrow Lake-S, will utilize the LGA 1851 socket and feature upgraded P-Cores and E-Cores...

LPCAMM2 memory

Micron launches Crucial 64GB LPCAMM2 LPDDR5X- 7500 memory

Micron has announced the launch of the LPCAMM2 memory under its Crucial brand, which focuses on consumer storage products. This revolutionary laptop memory, equipped with LPDDR5X chips, enhances the performance of mobile devices for...

Ryzen 8050 series

Strix Point will be named Ryzen 8050 series

Regarding AMD’s next-generation Zen 5 processors, according to Gigabyte, the desktop version will be named Ryzen 9000, a designation that has appeared in the BIOS update list, effectively confirming its status. As for the...

Samsung AMD agreement

The price of HBM products may increase by 5~10% next year

In recent years, the demand for High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) has surged dramatically, especially with the rise of the artificial intelligence (AI) boom, making this trend increasingly apparent. Sales of HBM products have climbed...

PlayStation 5 Pro's GPU

PS5 Pro GPU Unveiled: Faster, Ray Tracing Boost

In recent times, numerous details have emerged about the Sony PlayStation 5 Pro. Codenamed “Trinity,” the SoC, dubbed “Viola,” follows Sony’s tradition of naming its components after characters from “The Matrix.” According to Digital...

GeForce RTX 50

RTX 50 Mobile: Big Memory Upgrades for Laptops

Recent reports indicate that Nvidia may introduce the GeForce RTX 50 series as early as the fourth quarter of this year. Unlike the previous GeForce RTX 30/40 series, initially only the flagship GeForce RTX...

GeForce RTX 5080

Blackwell Gaming: RTX 5080 Before 5090? Leak Hints

Recent reports suggest that this year, Nvidia is set to unveil a new generation of gaming graphics cards. Unlike the initial launch of the GeForce RTX 30/40 series, which featured three models, this release...

Radeon RX 7900 XTX DUAL OC

ASUS releases RX 7900 XTX/XT DUAL OC GPUs

Asus has announced the launch of two new graphics cards, the Radeon RX 7900 XTX DUAL OC and the Radeon RX 7900 XT DUAL OC. Unlike MSI, which has scaled back its Radeon graphics...

ASRock BIOS

ASRock BIOS Update Targets Intel CPU Stability

Asus recently updated the BIOS for its Z790/Z690 series motherboards, introducing a feature named “Intel Baseline Profile,” which resets all configurations to Intel’s recommended default settings to address stability issues in gaming with the...

128 GB DDR5 RDIMM

Micron Leads with First 8000 MT/s DDR5 RDIMM for AI

Micron has announced that it is the first to validate and deliver 128GB DDR5 RDIMM memory modules based on 32Gb DRAM chips on leading server platforms, thereby setting an industry benchmark. These modules are...

Rambus DDR5 PMIC

Rambus releases DDR5 server PMIC

Rambus has announced the launch of its new DDR5 RDIMM server memory dedicated PMIC (Power Management Integrated Circuit). This new series of server PMICs provides a complete chipset solution for DDR5 RDIMM memory modules,...