Nvidia Starts Rolling Out RTX 3080 GeForce Now Subscription Formula in Europe

Nvidia has started rolling out its RTX 3080 GeForce Now subscription in Europe for 100 euros per six months. Users who had already pre-ordered the subscription formula are next in line. After that, others can also use the service. With the RTX 3080 subscription formula, gamers on PC can enjoy cloud gaming with a resolution … Read more

Linux 5.15 disables AMD SME feature by default due to boot issues

Version 5.15 of the Linux kernel disables the Secure Memory Encryption feature of certain AMD CPUs by default. The feature was previously enabled by default on supported CPUs, but would cause boot issues on Linux systems. According to Phoronix, SME has been enabled by default since support for the feature was added to the Linux … Read more

Renders show alleged AMD AM5 socket

Renders have surfaced that allegedly show AMD’s upcoming AM5 socket. The images show the LGA1718 socket with cover and mounting lever. AMD uses another pin grid array for the AM4 socket If the renders that ExecutableFix publishes actually show the upcoming AM5 socket, next year’s Ryzen desktop processors will have a similar LGA socket to … Read more

Rumor: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 5990X with 64 Zen 3 cores coming in November

AMD is rumored to release its upcoming Threadripper 5000 processors with Zen 3 cores in November. These chips would again be supplied with a maximum of 64 cores. The company is expected to release Pro variants of these chips in January 2022. The AMD Threadripper 5990X would be the highest-ranking model in the upcoming CPU … Read more

Rumor: AMD Switches to LGA Sockets for AM5 Platform

AMD’s upcoming AM5 platform, which should follow socket AM4, is rumored to receive an LGA socket. The pins of the next generation AMD CPUs would therefore no longer be on the CPU, but on the motherboard. The information comes from Twitter user ExecutableFix, which is more likely to share accurate information about unannounced AMD products. … Read more

Rumor: AMD moves to LGA sockets for AM5 platform

AMD’s upcoming AM5 platform, which should succeed socket AM4, is rumored to have an LGA socket. The pins of the next generation of AMD CPUs would therefore no longer be on the CPU, but on the motherboard. The information comes from Twitter users ExecutableFix, which more often shares accurate information about unannounced AMD products. According … Read more

Software Update: Core Temp 1.17.0

Version 1.17 of Core Temp has been released. This small, free program can identify and monitor your computer’s processor. Core Temp, for example, shows the temperature and working pressure of the individual cores. On this page a list of all supported processors can be found. The collected information is written into a log, so that … Read more

The most important CES 2021 news at a glance

The CES is over. Although this time the fair took place completely digitally, manufacturers continued to introduce their upcoming products. So much was announced in the past week that it was difficult to keep track of everything. That is why we publish an overview with various announcement from the Consumer Electronics Show 2021. Televisions In recent weeks, various … Read more

AMD Releases Threadripper PRO CPUs to Consumers in March

AMD will sell its Ryzen Threadripper PRO processors to consumers. The CPUs with up to 64 cores were released last year, but were only available to system builders. AMD also comes with the Ryzen 9 5900 and 7 5800, 65W CPUs for OEMs. The Threadripper PRO processors will be available at online stores from March, … Read more

ASUS WRX80 motherboard for AMD Threadripper Pro CPUs appears online

An image of an ASUS WRX80 Pro WS Sage SE Wi-Fi motherboard has surfaced. This motherboard is for AMD Threadripper Pro processors, which include more PCIe lanes. These CPUs have been available for some time, but currently only for OEMs. The ASUS WRX80 Pro WS Sage SE Wi-Fi hasn’t been officially announced yet, but tech … Read more