Kicking off its 50th anniversary celebration, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today unveiled ‘Gold Edition’ versions of AMD Ryzen 7 2700X processors and AMD Radeon VII graphics cards. To celebrate the company’s rich history of innovation in gaming and high-performance computing, AMD is providing customers with a unique opportunity to obtain commemorative versions of its top-tier gaming products, free games, and other one-of-a-kind keepsake items.
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With consumer CPUs now gaining more cores, its become a challenge to the direct opposite of laptop designs current goal which is portability. For the most part of the last 2 year, we’ve seen a reduction of thick laptops that feature mobile processors but with the advent of the 8th- and 9th-gen Intel not to mention their Ryzen counterpart who have not made their mobile debut, its become a real challenge to cool these CPUs on laptop.
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PC gamers nowadays are currently divided when it comes to choosing their monitors: do they opt for a 4K Ultra HD experience at 60hz or do they go for a high refresh rate at a lower resolution? This has been a dilemma for many high-performance system owners and many have been waiting for monitor makers to finally bridge this gap and deliver the next stage in gaming desktop display. There are many reasons why gamers would want such a combination of display quality and fidelity despite its relatively pricey acquisition cost as well the system required to drive it. Still, its an eventuality that want now and while it sits in the premium, luxury segment of the market, its still a peek into the future. But you can have it right now thanks to ASUS and their new ROG Swift PG27UQ gaming monitor.
Patriot was one of those household names back in the days where they’d usually hold their own neck-to-neck against other top-tier brands. Fast forward to modern times and they’ve been focusing on other things but they never forgot who they are. Patriot has been a performance brand and their Viper line has been the pinnacle of performance for the RAM department. Its seen various forms over the years but today sees perhaps the most defined change in Patriot Viper history. Today we take a look at the Patriot Viper RGB DDR4 sticks.