AMD tries to hide a statement mocking rival gaming graphics cards

Last year, AMD made a curious statement, but this content has now been withdrawn by the company after the launch of the new Radeon RX 6500 XT with 4GB of memory. According to Aroged, back last year, AMD released a press release stating that 4GB memory is no longer good enough for the PC Gaming … Read more

AMD launches low-cost graphics card Radeon PRO W6400 for workstations

After the low-cost gaming graphics card Radeon RX 6500 XT, AMD also expanded into the line of workstation graphics cards with the appearance of Radeon PRO W6400. According to Aroged, like the Radeon RX 6500 XT for gaming, this new graphics card uses the Navi 24 GPU with RDNA 2 architecture and is manufactured using … Read more

Semiconductor chip sales surpass 500 billion USD for the first time

Analysts at Gartner have just said that global semiconductor chip sales for 2021 increased 25.1% compared to 2020 and reached $ 583.5 billion, breaking the $500 billion threshold for the first time. Follow Gadgetendency, analysts note that the growth of the market is driven by the rise of 5G-enabled smartphone production. Among these, Samsung Electronics … Read more

Exynos 2200 is rated ‘inferior to everything’ compared to Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Exynos 2200 – Samsung’s newly introduced mobile chip promises to be on the upcoming Galaxy S22 series. Even so, its power can disappoint users. Follow Aroged, Samsung decided not to share the performance metrics of the Exynos 2200 when it announced the chip, including comparisons with the Exynos 2100 as well as the old Snapdragon … Read more

GPU-Z mistakenly identifies Radeon RX 6500 XT as a PCIe x16″ card

The company that developed the popular GPU-Z graphics testing utility, TechPowerUp, has just warned people that existing GPU-Z versions are declaring the wrong number of PCIe lanes on the Radeon RX 6500 XT compared to the number of PCIe lanes on the Radeon RX 6500 XT. reality. According to Neowin, Radeon RX 6500 XT is … Read more

God of War urgent fix targets memory issues

Many God of War players are facing memory leaks, even on computers with terrible configuration. According to PCGamers, God of War Officially available on PC. According to many positive reviews, this is the best version of a great game and it works so well that you don’t even need to use the GPU, just a … Read more

Valve says Steam Deck is on track to ship at the end of February

According to the latest information from Valve, its Steam Deck handheld game console will get rid of the delay and reach users by the end of February. According to The Verge, previously in November, Valve announced a launch delay that made the Steam Deck fan community wait for another 2 months. And the latest 2022 … Read more

AMD continues to counter Intel

Silence is being seen as AMD’s secret to Intel’s success, both in the processor and discrete graphics sectors, and it continues to do so. According to Aroged, despite the fact that Intel has launched the latest processors as well as revealed its graphics card game, AMD has been continuously silent. However, at CES 2022, the … Read more

AMD continues to believe in backwards compatibility

AMD continues to believe in backward compatibility on its processors in the same way that AM4 motherboards have supported multiple generations of Ryzen processors. According to Aroged, everything shows that Intel’s big rival is now ready to repeat the feat when going against what Intel is doing with the new AM5 platform. This information was … Read more

Unveil the limitations on the low-cost Radeon RX 6500 XT graphics card

At CES 2022, AMD announced a number of new products with a strong focus on Rembrandt mobile APUs based on Ryzen 6000 RDNA 2 and was pretty tight-lipped about the new Radeon RX 6500 XT low-cost graphics card. According to Neowin, AMD’s silence about this low-cost graphics card seems to stem from many limitations on … Read more