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Next Samsung Exynos flagship to have AMD GPU

Next Samsung Exynos flagship to have AMD GPU

Back in mid-2019, Samsung and AMD announced a partnership that, to this day, has born no visible or tangible fruit. Given one of AMD's specializations, it was pretty much speculated that Samsung would eventually utilize AMD's expertise on the GPU front to give Samsung's Exynos chips a graphics boost, probably even in two year's time. Those two years are almost up and as if on cue, Samsung itself has actually confirmed that, perhaps by the end of the year or next year, your next premium Galaxy phone could have graphics muscles to rival some mobile PCs.

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ASUS ROG Flow X13 pairs ultraportable gaming 2-in-1 with an RTX 3080 eGPU

ASUS ROG Flow X13 pairs ultraportable gaming 2-in-1 with an RTX 3080 eGPU

ASUS has a new ultraportable gaming laptop, and the ROG Flow X13 takes a little explaining. Making its debut at CES 2021 today, the 13-inch laptop is Republic of Gamers' first 2-in-1 convertible gaming notebook, but it also comes with a ROG XG Mobile external graphics card that doubles as a docking station with extra ports and power.

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AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT review round-up and where to buy

AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT review round-up and where to buy

Today reviews of the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT were released alongside the card itself - in stores online. The AMD Radeon 6000 series' most powerful beast aims to deliver 4K gaming top to bottom. This graphics card has a release date that matches the date of the reviews - which is relative bad news for those of you out there waiting to see positive reviews before pulling the trigger on a purchase.

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The RTX 30 series restock nightmare could justify extreme measures

The RTX 30 series restock nightmare could justify extreme measures

For a PC gamer in need of an upgrade, life is rough at the moment. Both AMD and NVIDIA have announced and launched new PC hardware, but all of that flashy new silicon is proving exceedingly difficult to find. With Cyberpunk 2077 - which is clearly the most anticipated game of the year for a lot of PC gamers - on the horizon, it might leave some enthusiasts considering what was previously unthinkable.

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Review – Price pinch

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti Review – Price pinch

So you're looking for an NVIDIA RTX graphics card here in the year 2020 and you've struck out, time and time again. We've run through the RTX 3080, the RTX 3070, now it's time for the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti. This card sits below the rest, but retains some key features of this most current (and often far more costly) set of graphics cards.

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Apple Silicon M1 eGPU support might still be coming

Apple Silicon M1 eGPU support might still be coming

The new M1 Macs have taken over the Web with news about their astounding performance, an admirable feat for Apple's first stab at an ARM-based desktop chip. The Apple Silicon ran circles around their Intel counterparts and even bested NVIDIA's and AMD's older desktop GPUs. Despite that, the MacBooks could probably still do even better if paired with an external graphics card or eGPU. Sadly, that was officially not the case but it might actually only be a matter of time before eGPU support for macOS Big Sur on M1 Macs returns.

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Cyberpunk 2077 ray tracing gameplay and RTX PC requirements revealed

Cyberpunk 2077 ray tracing gameplay and RTX PC requirements revealed

It's been a big week for Cyberpunk 2077 already, and now it seems like that week is going to end with a bang instead of a whimper. Following two other trailers CD Projekt Red dropped this week, the developer has released another one that shows off the game's support for ray tracing when running on one of NVIDIA's RTX series cards. In addition, CD Projekt Red has also released updates specifications that tell players what kind of rig they'll need in order to play with ray tracing turned on.

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From PC to PS5 and Xbox Series X, 2020’s gaming dream is now a nightmare

From PC to PS5 and Xbox Series X, 2020’s gaming dream is now a nightmare

If you're a gamer of any persuasion, there's a pretty good chance that you're reading this article in some degree of frustration. Here at the end of 2020, we've seen a number of product launches, from NVIDIA's new RTX graphics cards earlier in the fall, to the launches of Microsoft's Xbox Series X, Sony's PlayStation 5, and AMD's RX 6000 series GPUs more recently. All of them, to some extent, have been a disaster.

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AMD 6800 stock – where to buy and what’s out [UPDATE]

AMD 6800 stock – where to buy and what’s out [UPDATE]

Today we're taking a peek at the AMD Radeon RX 6000 series and where cards are available for sale. The graphics card series including AMD Radeon 6800 and 6800XT were released for sale this week and reviews suggest they're winners. If you're able to get through to any of the stores that claim stock for the cards, you'll find them here.

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Apple Silicon M1 outperforms older NVIDIA, AMD desktop GPUs in benchmarks

Apple Silicon M1 outperforms older NVIDIA, AMD desktop GPUs in benchmarks

Apple's first-ever ARM-based Silicon, the M1, will be powering its next generation of Macs and MacBooks, some of which will be used for more than just casual computing tasks. Naturally, there are concerns about its performance versus tried and tested processors from the likes of Intel and AMD. Early CPU benchmarks already proved that the M1 can run circles around MacBooks running on recent Intel chips and now GPU benchmarks are proving Apple's claims of impressive graphics performance.

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NVIDIA built an epic AI supercomputer from four new A100 80GB GPUs

NVIDIA built an epic AI supercomputer from four new A100 80GB GPUs

NVIDIA has revealed its newest workstation, and if you've always wanted a gleaming gold obelisk capable of putting petascale power on your desktop, the DGX Station A100 should do the trick. Targeting those doing serious amounts of machine learning and similar, the new tower packs four NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPUs with a whopping 320 GB of GPU memory.

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Intel Server GPUs target Android cloud gaming servers

Intel Server GPUs target Android cloud gaming servers

It may have once been the king of personal computing but Intel is now seeing its kingdom being attacked on almost all fronts. ARM-based laptops are starting to become trendy especially with the introduction of Macs running on Apple's M1 Silicon. Even on the server side, AMD and NVIDIA are closing in on the lucrative market, especially with the latter's GPU-based approach. Intel is now pushing back with its own new discrete GPU platform whose latest incarnation is being put at the service of Android games on the cloud.

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