Scorn director Ljubomir Peklar reckons that despite all the talk about solid state storage, the real game-changer for next-gen hardware will be decided by each console’s built-in CPU.
Those of you looking to upgrade your PC as we approach one of the busiest starts to the gaming calendar we’ve seen for some time might want to take a look at this AMD Ryzen 7 CPU deal.
Over the weekend, some people got het up at the prospect of PSP Go having a 480Mhz CPU. It doesn’t. The confusion arose from a figure taken from a stats page that, in fact, references something to do with the machine’s USB port.That’s it. Get more detail from Engadget.
According to this WSJ report, AMD will announce today a large-scale restructuring of its business that will see manufacturing moved outside the company into a JV.The new venture, which will make chips for AMD and other companies, will take over facilities that include large AMD factories in Germany, with funding provided by investment entities associated […]
AMD’s will show its upcoming Phenom CPUs (currently showing less than monster (rumoured) benchmarks) at CeBit 2008, so say company sources here.“Due to the TLB (translation lookaside buffer) bug, AMD has postponed the launch of its upcoming quad-core Phenom 9700 CPU to the second quarter of 2008, however the company is planning to showcase the […]