The new PCIe 4.0 SSDs that have been announced alongside AMD's Ryzen 3000 CPUs look exciting, and naturally, you want one. But is it possible to buy one and use it to its full potential on your existing motherboard?
AMD Ryzen laptops have some pretty stellar integrated graphics, but to get the best performance from them you need to have the right drivers. Absent at first, AMD started to offer them directly instead of making you go through your Laptop maker or Microsoft, and in the process offered a boost in performance. Here, we'll show you how to make sure you're getting the best from your Ryzen...
AMD wowed the world at Computex last month with the announcement of the Ryzen 3000 series of CPUs and the first details on its Navi GPUs. Fast forward to E3 2019 and the company went full beast mode with the announcement of the 16-core, 32-thread Ryzen 9 2950X due to launch in September.
AMD has gone all-in on backward compatibility between AM4 socket motherboards and its processors, but one feature supported by the company's new Ryzen 3000 series won't be making the leap to older motherboards: PCIe 4.0.
AMD is set to kick off Computex 2019 with a keynote address from CEO Lisa Su today, where we're expecting to learn more about the company's 3rd Gen Ryzen chips, and possibly even catch a glimpse of the upcoming Navi graphics cards and a new Threadripper CPU.