Podcast #638 – GTX 1630 Launch, New Arm CPU & GPU, Unpopular Ryzen 7 5700G Review, Fractal Case POP! + more!

It may seem like the year is half over already (because it is), but things are just starting to heat up (because it’s summer). And if you thought Intel’s Arc…

Threadripper PRO 5000 Arrives

Today we’re able to finally unveil our newly refreshed HD150, now powered by Threadripper PRO 5000-WX series. With the popularity of previous Threadripper iterations with our professional customers like content…

REUSE, RECYCLE, REVAMP Finalists in The 2022 Hackaday Prize

Only The Projects Are Brand New The second part of the 2022 Hackaday Prize is drawing to a close, with ten finalists chosen from all the entries they received in…

96 MB of L3 3D V-Cache Designed For Gamers

The level of competition in the desktop CPU market has rarely been as intensive as it has been over the last couple of years. When AMD brought its Ryzen processors…

The Gate-All-Around (GAAFET) Era Begins

Capping off a multi-year development process, Samsung’s foundry group sends word this morning that the company has officially kicked off production on its initial 3nm chip production line. Samsung’s 3nm…

ASRock Releases Raptor Lake BIOS Updates For Its 600 Series Motherboards

While Intel has yet to officially announce its next (13th) generation of Core processors, this isn’t stopping motherboard manufacturers from releasing products for them. Always eager to slide ahead of…

Choose Your Own EK-Quantum, The Surface S360 Or Surface X360M

Are You Looking For Something Thick, Or Something Thin? EK-Quantum have updated their line of radiators for 2022 with their new Surface line, the Surface X360M and Surface S360. The…

Blimey! Fallout: London Has A Release Date … And Elephants

Forget Deathclaws, I’m Worried About Mutant Hedgehogs There have been a number of mods for Fallout: New Vegas, many of which were more like addins than total modifications and often…

There Might Be A ZuoRAT In Your SOHO Router, Infecting Your Machines

It’s Probably Time To Start Scheduled Reboots For Your Routers Today brings the revelation that yet another sophisticated attack against SOHO routers has been attacking hardware for well over a…

N2 To Start With Just GAAFETs, Add Backside Power Delivery Later

When TSMC initially introduced its N2 (2 nm class) process technology earlier this month, the company outlined how the new node would be built on the back of two new…