The AMD Threadripper series of CPUs are showing promise in the realm of mining and have already drawn interest from HardOCP after being queried by AMD directly.
Instead of going straight for games as is often tradition we’re going to be looking into gaming accessories and gadgets for your gaming experience.
According to Valve, SteamVR Tracking 2.0 will be able to support a whopping 33-by-33 foot area and it is set to come out in early 2018.
A production batch of Ryzen 5 CPUs sourced from Malaysia has reportedly worked on par with Ryzen 7 1800X CPUs.
If you have been looking around for a pretty nice midrange laptop to game on, you might want to have a look at Dell’s Inspiron 7000 gaming series.
If you keep up with regular BIOS releases, you may want to skip out on the latest wave for a few more days.
If you’ve been keeping up with Coffee Lake details as they arrive you’ll be happy to know that the i3-8350K is looking fairly attractive to budget builders.
If you’re looking forward to the looming release of Destiny 2 and plan to run it in SLI this update should prepare your cards to be put through their paces.
At Computex on May 30th, 2017, Intel announced that they will be putting out a new family of desktop processors called “Core X”.
This summer, a 16 Core ThreadRipper with 64 PCIe Lanes will be released as an update to AMD CPU.