AMD's latest APU is probably the last stop before we see the much-delayed Kaveri APUs. Will the Richland refresh bring some new juice in the APU line-up especially in games? We grind our A10-6800K Richland APU in some of the most acclaimed titles of recent history and see if the chip does well enough on its own. Read on!
We take a closer look into the gaming performance of the Athlon 3000 dual-core processor and see if its worth the price or just wait for the 200GE to flood the market at rock-bottom price. Is this your 15K build foundation? Read more in this preview.
New overclockable $49 CPU, a 16-core Ryzen 9, and a 32-core Threadripper on a chipset. Find out more about AMD's Fall product update in the link
With Intel cutting back the Pentium G4560, they have paved the way for AMD's entry-level products to shine and with their excellent price-per-core advantage, AMD's Ryzen 3 products offer a compelling option for those looking to build an entry-level machine with a discrete GPU. Read on to find out more in this #B2G review.
If you're after maximum gaming performance for your $1000 build, sticking with Intel is a good idea but if you're after more CPU power to handle multimedia tasks, content creation or streaming, there is no beating the currently repriced Ryzen 5 1600X at $220.
While X470 motherboards prove to be a bit pricey at this time, a B350 flashed to the latest BIOS will easily accommodate a Ryzen 5 2600X. This gives it one of the lowest platform cost for current-gen 6-cores and at nearly the same performance with Intel's 8th-gen Core i7, its a compelling upgrade path for those looking for a capable, mainstream content creation/gaming setup. Read on to find out more about the AMD Ryzen 5 2600X 6-core processor in this #B2G review!
Easily the undisputed king of mainstream builds, the AMD Ryzen 5 3600X is definitely worth checking so for those that are planning to build or already rocking this chip, here's a deep dive into gaming performance with our in-depth review of the Ryzen 5 3600X.
With expectations and misconceptions aside, we start our series of reviews dedicated to the AMD RYZEN platform starting with the big daddy CPU himself: the RYZEN 7 1800X. Read on for our in-depth analysis of the gaming and CPU performance of the latest AMD flagship in this #B2G review! #TheWaitisOver
Despite still trailing in the single threaded performance game, AMD has closed the gap with Intel in just one year. AMD has given us a performance leap in one generation that Intel has not delivered in a few years now. That being said, AMD's new Zen+ based 2nd-gen Ryzen processors now come neck-to-neck against Intel and with its enticing bundle, the new breed of Ryzen processors make it easier for those looking for a multimedia workstation/gaming rig to have a foundation for their rigs. We take an in-depth look at the flagship of the new 2nd-generation Ryzen processors in this #B2G review of the Ryzen 7 2700X from AMD.
The microATX B150 motherboard market is dead-focused on the Php4900-Php5100 price range and most of the products in this class sport only a single PCI-e x16 slot. For today's review we have something that crams in just a bit more than the standard effort and offers multi-GPU support as well as premium durability for the sub-Php5000 price range: we take a look at the ASRock B150M Pro4 in this #B2G review!
Back with another ASROCK motherboard, this time around its the Fatal1ty B150 Gaming K4, a budget gaming motherboard. Basically ASROCK castrated their Z170 Gaming board to make this one but for below $99 its something worth considering if you need a budget board for your Skylake build path.