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AMD Joins Intel Compute Express Link (CXL) Consortium Expected to Replace PCIe…Eventually

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Intel’s been taking a beating from AMD for quite some time now.Senior execs at Team Blue even admitted recently that their “overly aggressive” stance on maturing their products on the 10nm process slowed down the pace of growth–they were forced to
'Intel’s been taking a beating from AMD for quite some time now.Senior execs at Team Blue even admitted recently that their “overly aggressive” stance on maturing their products on the 10nm process slowed down the pace of growth–they were forced to play catch-up with AMD’s 7nm Ryzen 3000 parts.Today, though, Intel secured a small victory.AMD recently commented that it may support the CXI interconnect standard that Intel’s been pushing.What’s CXI and what is an interconnect standard?CXI stands for Compute Express Link and it’s an interconnect standard that Intel’s been working on, albeit in an open manner.Interconnects are what allow high-speed and low latency communication between processors and between processors and devices.AMD’s own Infinity Fabric interconnect is what allows it to place multiple CCXs (each a standalone CPU) on the Ryzen die and allowing systems to see them as one larger processor.Considering how Infinity Fabric is such an important aspect of how AMD’s chiplet -based design scales to higher core counts, we’re surprised to see Team Red even considering offering support for CXI.An important caveat here is that AMD conditioned its support on CXI being a genuinely open standard.It’ll be interesting to see how this pans out and whether it means that Intel themselves are planning on moving from a monolithic architecture to a chiplet -based approach.Read more: MSI To Launch 8 Different Radeon 5700 Series Cards In August . The post AMD Joins Intel Compute Express Link (CXL) Consortium Expected to Replace PCIe…Eventually appeared first on TechQuila .'

MSI To Launch 8 Different Radeon 5700 Series Cards In August

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Recently, MSI became the first AIB partner to confirm the launch of custom versions of the Radeon 5700 series, according to the images posted by HardwareLuxx.While ASRock teased some custom GPU designs back at Computex, officially speaking they were
'The Radeon 5700 XT Mech OC Recently, MSI became the first AIB partner to confirm the launch of custom versions of the Radeon 5700 series, according to the images posted by HardwareLuxx . While ASRock teased some custom GPU designs back at Computex, officially speaking they were just a prototype of an undisclosed card.The second picture features a picture of the Mech OC series card, our guess is that it is a 5700 based off the fact that it contains a DVI port in the image, something you usually find missing in the higher end cards these days.MSI also seems to be introducing a brand new line of coolers with the “EVOKE OC” series.The folks over at VideoCardz also spoke to a few board partners about this, and most of them seem to be planning on an August release, same as MSI.A notable exception is ASUS, who will be launching their cards in September.Read More : Buy AMD Radeon RX 5700/5700 XT in India: Price-Performance Analysis AMD Radeon RX 5700 Faster than the RTX 2060 Super, RX 5700 XT Beats the RTX 2070 . The post MSI To Launch 8 Different Radeon 5700 Series Cards In August appeared first on TechQuila .'

AMD Ryzen 7 3800X Overclocked to 5.9 GHz on LN2

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Extreme overclockers are always pushing the limits with new hardware.This time around, the AMD Ryzen 7 3800X has been pushed to new heights by pro overclocker, “TSAIK.” Using an open loop liquid nitrogen (LN2) setup, TSAIK was able to push a Ryzen 7
'Extreme overclockers are always pushing the limits with new hardware.This time around, the AMD Ryzen 7 3800X has been pushed to new heights by pro overclocker, “TSAIK.” Using an open loop liquid nitrogen (LN2) setup, TSAIK was able to push a Ryzen 7 3800X to 5.9 GHz, on a single core . This impressive feature was accomplished on MSI’s flagship GODLIKE X570 motherboard, engineered with high-end overclocking in mind.While hitting 5.9 GHz single-core is no mean feat—on air and closed water loops, the new Ryzen parts tend to top out under 5 GHz—this isn’t the farthest that Ryzen’s been pushed: der8auer managed to get the R7 2700X to 6 GHz on all cores.The Zen chips have had something of a bad rep with regards to overclocking headroom: first-gen parts tapped out at around 4.3 GHz on air, and a 5.9 GHz single-core OC, while impressive relative to typical Ryzen OCs, is nowhere near what Intel’s 9900K can do under LN2: der8auer has also pushed that particular chip up to 7.6 GHz.Considering that the move to the 7nm process opens up new possibilities with regards to power efficiency and cooling, we see TSAIK’s LN2 OC as just the start—3 rd gen Ryzen has a lot left on tap.What was even more impressive than the core OC was the fact thatTSAIK managed to push the DDR4 modules on his setup to a blistering 5774 MHz.It’s been only a few weeks since the arrival of the 3rd Gen Ryzen lineup.Not only are these parts remarkably competitive in gaming vis-à-vis Coffee Lake they also offer unparalleled multithreading performance.If you’re interested in what the 3000 series can pull off in real-world workloads, be sure to check our (normal) overclocking guide here . Read more: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super 7-8% Faster than RTX 2080 in AoTS Intel CEO Blames CPU Shortage on Aggressive Policies . The post AMD Ryzen 7 3800X Overclocked to 5.9 GHz on LN2 appeared first on TechQuila .'

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Coming Soon?

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NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 16 series lineup is highly competitive and forced AMD to further drop the prices of the Polaris based RX 580 and 590, however, the lower-end RX 570 stood strong against the GTX 1650, making it hard to recommend the latter at
'NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 16 series lineup is highly competitive and forced AMD to further drop the prices of the Polaris based RX 580 and 590, however, the lower-end RX 570 stood strong against the GTX 1650, making it hard to recommend the latter at higher prices.At the time, we had reported that there won’t be a Ti variant, but it seems like NVIDIA has decided to release it after all.This info was spotted by Komachi on the information portal of the Eurasian Economic Union where the GTX 1650 Ti is mentioned alongside the GTX 1650, 1660, 1660 Ti and the Supers.The manifesto is quite recent too, with today’s publication date.These look like EVGA’s products being shipped to the US from Shanghai, China.Nothing can be said for sure, but considering the source, it’s highly likely that the 1650 Ti will be debuting soon.This makes sense when you consider that AMD is also prepping the lower-end RX 5500/5600 (Navi 14) cards for launch, as indicated by recent leaks.Read more: AMD Ryzen 3000 CPUs’ Most Amazing Feature: CCX Overclocking and Low Idle Power AMD Ryzen 9 3900X Draws 40% Less Power (139W) @ 1.00V . The post NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Coming Soon? appeared first on TechQuila .'