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AMD Ryzen 3900X and 3700X review | igor'sLAB

With the first Generation of Ryzen, AMD has shown that end-user CPUs need to be limited to four cores and eight threads. Ryzen Gen. 2 introduced broader support for higher memory clock speeds thanks to optimized Zen architecture and gradually expanded market spread through competitive pricing. The third generation of Ryzen CPUs, at least on paper [...]

Radeon RX 5700XT and RX 5700 introduced – Navi materializes

AMD has carried out the long-awaited presentation of Navi as part of the E3 and has already explained the most important thing during the event. Nevertheless, some questions remain unanswered, which I will have to clarify in the coming days or weeks. Unfortunately, this also includes AMD’s (new) information policy, not having written [...]

Deepcool Matrexx 55 in review – we build a chic Ryzen PC | igorsLAB

No, good things don't always have to be extremely expensive, you can also be happy with the clever management of your rather limited budget and still drive it quite colorfully. And I mean that quite literally, because Deepcool has also equipped everything with RGB LEDs. Of course, you can see that now as you like, but above all in the dark [...]

Raijintek Samos NV2080 Ti RBW in exclusive review – A VGA water block as a price breaker with passable performance

Icebreakers and price breakers arenot quite accidental lycomal and so I was looking forward to the Raijintek Samos NV 2080 Ti RBW, which trudged in as a pre-model directly from the manufacturer here. Well, there was no final packaging yet and there was still some improvisation, but the product itself was final, if already used. And one thing I can [...]