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Gaming laptops

AMD 6000S: The new age of laptop gaming

AMD is seemingly heralding a new age of laptop gaming with their suspected “6000S” series of mobile GPUs – 6nm cards for laptops. Performance technicals remain sparse, but they might be coming soon with the Ryzen Rembrandt mobile APUs.

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Gaming components

Windows 11 supported AMD processors

Today, we will talk about AMD processors compatible with Windows 11. These include Ryzen (Zen+) CPUs from the second generation and above. Microsoft also offers a complete AMD list, including Athlon, EPYC, Ryzen, and Ryzen Threadripper processors

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General gaming

AMD FidelityFX: How it can change gaming on low-end hardware

Lower-end hardware can utilize FidelityFX technologies to improve the image quality while keeping the performance footprint low – effectively enabling it to render stunning visuals.

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General gaming

Types of GPUs: Gaming, Cloud, Workstation, AI, Automation, and more

GPUs or graphics processing units are specialized hardware capable of swiftly altering memory. This helps applications using the GPU circuit create images much faster than normal. That’s not all. GPUs are used for a variety of purposes and in nearly all computing devices including desktop PCs, laptops, Apple computers, smartphones, etc.

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General gaming

Xbox Series X vs. 3060 Ti

Xbox Series X uses the Scarlett GPU. The Nvidia 3060 Ti is used in desktop builds along with a CPU and other hardware. The Xbox Series X GPU is only used in the Xbox Series X, duh.

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Gaming components

AMD vs. Intel: PC gamer’s guide to CPUs

A lowdown on AMD vs. Intel in terms of CPU power, price, and performance for PC gamers. Make an informed decision next time.

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Gaming news

AMD RX 6000 vs. Nvidia RTX 30-series: The Battle of the 4K

The modern gaming hardware market looking like it’s all about 4K gaming at 60+ FPS. Nvidia has already released its 30-series of GPUs that gives a truly massive performance, but chances are, AMD is going to trump or at least compete really well with its “Big Navi” – prices for which are currently unavailable.