Power efficient AMD Ryzen 2300X, 2500X and 2600E and 2700E CPUs

Power efficient AMD Ryzen 2300X, 2500X and 2600E and 2700E CPUs

The AMD Ryzen 2300X processor has four cores and the same number of computing threads. The base clock frequency of this CPU is 3.5 GHz and the boost clock is 4.0 GHz. In turn, the AMD Ryzen 2500X has four cores, but it supports SMT so it offers eight threads. AMD Ryzen 2500X features a base clock of 3.6 GHz and a boost clock of around 4 GHz. The TDP level of both CPU models is 65 watts.

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G.Skill Announces the new Trident Z Royal DDR4 RAM Module Kits with RGB Lighting

G.Skill Announces the new Trident Z Royal DDR4 RAM Module Kits with RGB Lighting

G.SKILL extends its portfolio of RAM modules with the new Trident Z Royal DDR4 RAM module kits intended for use with Intel’s 8th and 9th generation processor family. The new RAM modules will be sold in kits of two to eight RAM modules and they will have eight zones of RGB leds on the top of the RAM modules with gold or silver heatsink for the RAM chips.

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The new AMD Ryzen 7 3700U APU with Zen2 Architecture and Picasso RX Vega 10 Graphics

The new AMD Ryzen 7 3700U APU with Zen2 Architecture and Picasso RX Vega 10 Graphics

AMD is preparing the Ryzen 3000U mobile hybrid CPUs, in addition to the Ryzen 3000 line for desktop systems. New AMD APUs traditionally come out a bit later than regular desktop APUs . Due to the fact that the new engineering sample of Ryzen 7 3700U low-power APU appeared in the benchmark databases of UserBenchmark and SiSoftware Sandra benchmarks, some characteristics of the future APUs became clear.

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Intel i9-9900K vs Ryzen 2700X

Intel i9-9900K vs Ryzen 2700X

As a part of the promotion of a new generation of processors, Intel, in cooperation with Principled Technologies (PT), has tested its latest CPU i9-9900K. This paid demonstration of power, put the Intel i9-9900K processor on the line of rival offer: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX and 2950X models, as well as by the number of cores equal to the Ryzen 2700X model, where the results showed that Intel’s clock is on average faster by 30 to 50 percent when compared with the AMD Ryzen 2700X model.

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