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In this episode of The Chubby Nerd, Gordon Ung, Brad Chacos, Alaina Yee, and Adam Patrick Murray blitz via the total news out of Computex, including AMD’s announcement of Zen 3 APUs and a birth date for FidelityFX Enormous Decision; Nvidia’s model of the RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti; Intel’s surprise unveiling of a new gaming mini-PC (kinda); and extra.
First up is AMD, which dished out mighty for avid gamers to discover ahead to all via its 40 minute presentation. The unearths came and furious: the birth of Radeon RX 6000 series mobile GPUs and new, finely tuned high-atomize all-AMD laptops; affirmation of two Ryzen 5000 APUs becoming on hand to DIY builders; FidelityFX Enormous Decision’s birth date, expected physique rate boosts, and supported graphics cards; and the company’s 3D V-Cache abilities, which will increase efficiency in its upcoming CPUs by up to 25 percent. The knowledge that we form via is jam-packed with hardware and aspects obvious to delight PC fans all via the board, including of us that also utilize older Nvidia graphics cards. Yep, you be taught that upright.
Next we dig into Nvidia’s main announcements—the reliable affirmation of GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3070 Ti graphics cards. Rumored for weeks, these cards bought June free up dates, with the $1,200 RTX 3080 Ti hitting cupboards just days after on June 3. (You are going to be in a blueprint to be taught all about Team Inexperienced’s new gaming flagship card in our GeForce RTX 3080 Ti review.) The extra reasonable $600 RTX 3070 Ti follows a week after on June 10, and we’ve bought plenty to claim about each and each.
For optimistic, Intel took the wraps off hardware of its own, too, including 5GHz and 5G to its lineup of Tiger Lake mobile chips. Presumably extra appealing (although much less purposeful) used to be a sneak discover of the company’s most up-to-date gaming NUC, codenamed Beast Canyon—a modular miniature-beget-part PC that follows in Ghost Canyon’s footsteps, but takes up extra room with a quantity of 8L. Can it be triumphant, on condition that it’ll trot up against beefy DIY SFF builds?
But that’s no longer all. Even after crowning a winner of Computex’s sizable announcements, we snatch just a few moments to talk about loads of valuable announcements, fancy Alienware’s mysterious Converse 31 cooling, which permits the company to make extremely-thin gaming laptops. And we also tease our talk with Intel about Tiger Lake H and why Team Blue believes it to be the suitable gaming pc private computer CPU.
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