Posts Tagged: amd

AMD Radeon VII Video Card Review Roundup

Today is the day AMD is set to release a new GPU into the market with its Radeon VII video card. Early rumors and ramblings from the AMD camp has this card pegged as a $700 (MSRP) card which is said to compete with NVIDIA’s RTX 2080 on the performance front, gaming at least. The card should do well in compute as the silicon it is cut from, the professional MI50/60 cards, are professional/server type of cards. Read More

ASRock X399 Phantom Gaming 6 Motherboard Review

Today we have ASRock’s latest addition to their Threadripper line, the X399 Phantom Gaming 6. This motherboard appears to offer most everything that the other boards do but comes in at the lowest price on the market. Let’s take a closer look at ASRock’s budget X399 motherboard and see how it handles itself. Read More

CES 2019: AMD Reveals Ryzen 3 and 7nm Radeon VII Vega

Today at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, President and CEO of AMD, Dr. Lisa Su made some announcements that we in the enthusiast market have been waiting impatiently for. Aside from mobile Ryzen with Vega graphics and Epyc server solutions which have already been covered AMD revealed pricing and relative performance numbers for their new, first in the industry, 7nm gaming GPU the Radeon VII. Read More

AMD Radeon Software: Adrenalin 2019 Edition

AMD has worked hard on their drivers over the past couple of generations and implemented seven out of the top ten suggestions based on community feedback. Today we are taking a look at the 2019 Adrenaline Edition for both gamers and enthusiasts. Read More

Buyer's Guide: 6 Killer Systems to Build Right Now

With the holiday season underway, our experts share parts lists for six pc builds for any budget. Whether AMD or Intel, our buyers guide has you covered. The goal of 2018 holiday buyer’s guide is to present a state of the union as to what a user should choose for processors, RAM capacity and speeds, motherboards, video cards, and power supplies. Read More

Threadripper 2 Review Compilation (2990WX and 2950X)

Today, AMD has released its latest Threadripper CPU, dubbed Threadripper 2, with a monster 32 core 64 thread 2990WX and the 16 core 2950WX. The new parts are based off the Zen+ architecture and continue AMD’s onslaught of additional cores trumping similar processors from Intel by price and number of cores and threads. Read More

Giveaway: Speed up your storage with FuzeDrive

Enmotus, the company behind FuzeDrive, has given us five licenses for the newest update to their software which includes compatibility with Intel and instead of writing another review we’ve decided to spread the wealth. Five members of Overclockers.com will be chosen randomly and given the opportunity to test the FuzeDrive software on their own systems. We just ask that you report back in the comments with your experiences and performance gains you have seen. Before and after screenshots would be appreciated. Read More

AMD Ryzen Threadripper Available for Pre-order

The day is here to pre-order the second generation Threadripper from AMD at more than 80 e-tailers worldwide. This includes the Threadripper 2990WX which currently holds the world record in Cinebench R15 multi-threaded CPU test for a single socket system. Read More

Six GIGABYTE B450 Motherboards Announced

With the official release of the B450 chipset still a couple weeks away, we won’t have any performance numbers for you today but GIGABYTE has sent out information on their B450 motherboard line-up. It looks like we’ll see three ATX and three SFF (small form factor) one of which is mini-ITX. Read More