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Hardware News

QNAP Unleashes 16-bay TS-1677X Ryzen-Powered NAS

QNAP Systems, Inc. today released the new enterprise-class TS-1677X Ryzen NAS with twelve 3.5-inch drive bays, four 2.5-inch drive bays, and driven by the absolute performance of an AMD Ryzen 8-core processor, optimized storage efficiency with Qtier auto-tiering, and SSD caching.

Hardware News

Model Numbers of Upcoming Ryzen SKUs Leaked

A list of model numbers of upcoming AMD Ryzen processor models has been leaked. They reveal pretty much AMD's entire second wave of Ryzen 2000 series processors. So let's start with the big boys in the Ryzen Threadripper line which will be the Ryzen Threadripper 2900X (YD290XA8U8QAF), Ryzen Threadripper 2920X (YD292XA8UC9AF), and the top-dog Ryzen Threadripper 2950X (YD295XA8UGAAF)

Podcast

ThinkComputers Podcast #134

In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about our reviews of the Tesoro GRAM XS Keyboard and the KitSound Voice One Smart Speaker, the new 2000-series Ryzen processors, a very small eGPU, ASUS's new AREZ brand and more!

Hardware News

AMD Drops Prices of Current-gen Ryzen Processors

AMD has recently announced price-cuts across their entire current-generation Ryzen line. This includes Ryzen 3-series, Ryzen 5-series, Ryzen 7-series, and Ryzen Threadripper processor models, based on first-generation "Zen" architecture. This is likely in preparation in for its April 19th launch of the new Ryzen 2000 series "Pinnacle Ridge" processors.

Hardware News

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X GeekBench Results Surface

As we get closer and closer to the launch of AMD's 2000-series desktop processors more and more benchmark results keep leaking out. Today we have GeekBench results for the Ryzen 7 2700X, which gives us an idea of its performance as well as performance improvement over the previous generation.

Hardware News

13 Major Vulnerabilities Discovered in AMD’s Zen Architecture

13 critical security vulnerabilities for AMD's "Zen" CPU microarchitecture have been discovered by Israel-based CTS-Labs. These vulnerabilities are just as big of a threat as "Meltdown" and "Spectre" which affected Intel, AMD, and ARM. This new vulnerabilities are being classified into four different groups based on the similarity in function of the processor that they exploit. They are being called "Ryzenfall," "Masterkey," "Fallout," and "Chimera."

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