Samsung Galaxy Book Go hits at $349.99
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One with Snapdragon 7c Gen 2

Recently announced Samsung Galaxy Book Go has become available over at, selling at $349.99.

G.Skill announces Z5i mini-ITX PC case
Published in PC Hardware

With unique design and excellent hardware support

G.Skill has unveiled its new Z5i mini-ITX PC case, with a unique pentagonal prism design, curved tempered glass side panels, and great flexibility when it comes to cooling, GPU support, and more, all packed in a minimalistic and compact PC case.

Noctua officially launches NH-P1 passive CPU cooler
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With LS-PWM fan for semi-fanless systems

Noctua has now officially announced its NH-P1 CPU cooler which is an all-passive solution but will be offered with an optional NF-A12x25 LS-PWM 120mm fan for a semi-fanless option.

S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 gets PC system requirements
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Ray-tracing support but will work on non-RTX cards as well

GSC Game World has released PC system requirements for its upcoming S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 Heart of Chernobyl game scheduled to release in April 2022.

AMD patents new microarchitecture
Published in PC Hardware

Similar to ARM's big.LITTLE

AMD has patented a different method of moving threads between different types of cores in a heterogeneous processor which is similar to ARM's big.LITTLE design.

Intel is back as number one
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But only one to see a sales decline

Chipzilla is the #1 semiconductor maker in the world despite being the only one in the top 15 to post a sales decline.

AMD scores Razer Blade 14 win
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AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX processor

AMD has scored a significant product win and got its AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX processor under the bonnet of the Razer Blade 14.

Chip shortage could lead to fake components
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Check under the bonnet to see if you have the real thing 

The global chip shortage could see suppliers using fake components or be forced to shut down their production lines.

Europe gives national data watchdogs teeth
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Facebook in trouble

Europe's top court on Tuesday said national data watchdogs in Europe may act against companies even if they are not lead regulators for the firms.

Bitcoin wallets could fall to evolving quantum computers
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Although there will be plenty of warning

Quantum computers could break the cryptographic security that protects cell phones, bank accounts, email addresses and bitcoin wallets within the next ten years.