Standard CPU configuration
After a lot of hassle, Samsung has now officially unveiled more information about its upcoming flagship Exynos 2200 SoC, showing off some of the details regarding the CPU, NPU, and the RDNA2-based Xclipse GPU.
Exclusive for the PC and based on Unreal Engine 5
MADFINGER Games has announced its newest FPS game that will be available exclusively for the PC and based on Unreal Engine 5.
First come first served
Valve has now confirmed that the first pre-orders of the Steam Deck handheld console should ship to customers by the end of February 2022.
Despite cancellation and issues rumors
While it was originally meant to show up on January 11th, Samsung Exynos 2200 SoC was a no show, and now Samsung has officially confirmed it will be launching alongside the Galaxy S22 series phones, despite rumors about issues or even that it is canceled
New Geforce 511.17 driver as well
Nvidia has launched its new Geforce RTX 3080 12GB graphics card, as well as released the new Geforce 511.17 driver which adds support for the new card as well as fixes a couple of issues.
Michelle Johnston Holthaus takes over
Intel has announced a couple of executive changes in the company with Gregory Bryant leaving Intel and Intel veteran EVP Michelle Johnston Holthaus taking over as the lead of Client Computing Group.
Hitting 6,000MHz and with DDR5 XMP Booster
Gigabyte has unveiled its newest AORUS RGB DDR5 6,000MHz 32 GB memory kit, showing off the recognizable heat spreader design and combining high performance with stunning looks.
7.9-inches main and 6.45-inch cover screen
It was bound to happen and the first Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 foldable phone honor goes to Honor Magic V, a rather neat looking 6.45-inch phone that unfolds into 7.9-inch one.
Nowhere near MSRP
Although the Radeon RX 6500 XT has been announced with a rather reasonable $199 MSRP, it appears that retailers/e-tailers have a slightly different idea and those could cost €300 in Europe.
New AM5 socket, PCIe Gen 5, DDR5, and more
During its 2022 Product Premiere event at the CES 2022, AMD confirmed that its 5nm Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 series is coming this year and it will be "available in 2H22 for PC gamers".