AMD added to its third-gen Ryzen portfolio today with a pair of new processors. Available only for PC manufacturers, the new Ryzen 9 3900 will be available worldwide, while the Ryzen 5 3500X will be available in China.
As rumored, AMD and Microsoft partnered on the Surface Laptop 3. But what exactly is the 'custom' Surface Edition Ryzen processor? Well, it looks really good, if a little more familiar than the marketing might have you believe.
AMD is about to bring even more power to its 3rd Gen Ryzen lineup. The company announced today that its next Threadripper CPU will be released in November with 24 cores. Unfortunately, the company also revealed the Ryzen 3950X will be delayed to November as well.
The short answer here is yes, you absolutely can game on just the AMD Ryzen 5 3400G. There's a little more to it than that, and we've rounded up the details you need to know about this little budget beast.
As streaming to services like Twitch and Mixer continues to grow in popularity, you might well be wondering what kind of PC hardware you need to produce a good quality stream. AMD's $150 Ryzen 5 3400G might be what you're looking for.
AMD has released a chipset update for its 3rd Gen Ryzen CPUs that is aimed at correcting "anomalous" behavior exhibited by some "low CPU load" applications. The update also contains a beta workaround for application launch issues affecting Destiny 2.
AMD's latest CPUs will fit right in with your Razer accessories if you pick one up. The new Wraith Prism fans that come with the 3rd Gen Ryzen 7 and 9 chips sport Razer Chroma RGB lighting, allowing them to sync up with the rest of your Razer kit.