More game optimisations
Overclocked to 5.2 GHz with LN2 cooling
Yesterday AMD has shown three new Ryzen 7 CPUs and already at launch day it looks like they’ve achieved a very nice result doing extreme overclocking. During the show, an AMD Ryzen 7 1800X CPU has been pushed to 5.2GHz while running Cinebench R15 and it looks like those chips are capable of breaking records.
GGF Lan Party
A new flagship model
Three 8-core chips
Vega 10 and 11
With black and red color scheme
A few months ago during the CES 2017 ASRock has shown their first batch of AM4 motherboards for AMD Ryzen processors and Bristol Ridge APUs. Meanwhile there quite a few pictures available online and today thanks to Videocardz we have more details about the upcoming X370 Fatal1ty Gaming K4 motherboard.
Another high-end model
Both based on B350 chipset
A few days ago ASUS has unveiled two new AMD AM4 300-series motherboards. As we already mentioned a few times, the X370 chipset is followed by the B350 and then the A320. While the first addresses the mid-range market the latter targets the entry-level segment. As a result of that the B350 chipset still allows for overclocking while the A320 doesn’t.
TantricmodZ PC Casemodding
A new sponsored modding project
Today we’re going to have a close look at another very promising looking build from AugustL. AugustL is a member of our community and in the past he’s created a few really nice looking mods. This time he’s working on a Jonsbo UMX3 case and although the mod hasn’t been finished yet, there are already a few really nice pictures and details available.
This time by xfastest.com
Another set of benchmarks on AMD’s Ryzen CPUs has hit the surface. This time it looks like the octa-core AMD 7 1700X has been tested. According to the latest rumors, this model should features 8 core, 16 thread and a TDP of 95W. The Ryzen 7 1700X should belong to the "Black Edition" series with a street price of $389 US.
According to Nordics
A few days ago AMD's Ryzen stock coolers have appeared online, showcasing their new cooler design. According to the latest reports from Videocardz, one of them might use Intel-style push-pins and the second one comes with a different retention kit. The coolers are capable of removing either 95 or 140 Watts of TDP depending on the model.
Good for workstations and NAS
According to a leak on ASUS’s official site, the upcoming AM4 Prime X370-Pro might be compatible with ECC memory at launch. Furthermore the default DDR4 memory speed is set to 2666 MHz. This new feature seems to be exclusive to AMD's Ryzen CPUs since A-series APUs and the Athlon chips are only compatible with non-ECC DDR4 2400 MHz by default.
Scheduled for 22.02.2017
On the official OCZ Deutschland Facebook page there are the first guidelines for their upcoming OCZ Cup #1, which is going to start on February 22. The tournament is based on the Blizzard's game Hearthstone and 64 players are required. Hearthstone is a free-to-play online card game developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment.
On KWASTEK YouTube channel
Almost as fast as an Intel Core i7-6850K
Another set of benchmarks on AMD’s Ryzen CPUs has hit the surface. This time it looks like the hexa-core AMD 5 1600X has been tested. According to the latest rumors, this model should features 6 core, 12 thread and a TDP of 95W. The Ryzen 5 1600X should belong to the "Black Edition" series with a street price of $259 US.
Compatible with Intel and Nvidia products
A few months ago during, Computex 2016, Phanteks has given a first glimpse at their upcoming water cooling products. Now, several months later, Phanteks releases their Glacier series of CPU and GPU water blocks, supporting a wide range of custom GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards as well as Intel CPUs.