AMD’s 7nm Ryzen 4000 desktop APU released with a twist

AMD has released its latest lineups of Ryzen 4000 series APUs. This series is based on AMD Zen 2 architecture. After a successful rollout in laptop devices, these chips are now available for desktop.However there is a catch. These chips initially are available in pre-built PCs supplied by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) only. This means consumers have to wait to buy and use the 4000 series chips in their own custom built PCs.Each Ryzen 4000G APU comes with a “GE” counterpart with 35W TDP rather than the standard 65W. To achieve this, the company reduced base and turbo clock speeds…
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Desktop or Laptop: Confused what is best for you?

You have decided it’s now time to buy a fresh brand new system or to upgrade the old system lying around at your home. You have also set your budget. You started researching offline and online market prices. You came to know that you have great options in your budget and can go either for a new Desktop computer or a powerful Laptop computer. But now you can’t decide which one to go for?Back in 2008, laptop sales passed desktops for the first time, and portable devices have entrenched themselves even further as their power increased and prices dropped. Desktops…
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AMD Launches Ryzen ‘XT’ variants of its popular processors: 3900x, 3800x and 3600x

AMD and Intel recently are tackling head to head in CPU market with AMD recently firing back at Intel with its 3 new XT series Ryzen 3000 processors.AMD Ryzen™ 9 3900XTAMD Ryzen™ 7 3800XTAMD Ryzen™ 5 3600XT These 3 desktop processors are based on AMD's latest Zen 2 architecture with 7nm chip fabrication process. There has been an increase of extra 100 to 200 MHz standard boost frequency while number of cores, threads, L3 Cache capacity and TDP ratings remains same. AMD claims all these processor have improved energy efficiencies. Similar to their predecessors, all these processors need discrete graphics…
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