AMD confirms "together we advance_PCs" event for August 29th
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Zen 4 and AM5 are the stars of the show

AMD has confirmed its "together we advance_PCs" event for August 29th, a livestream premiere of next generation AMD PC products.

AMD’s Ryzen 7000 up for pre-order
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In Canada 

AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processors are up for pre-order with a Canadian retailer. 

AMD's Zen CPU's will need to be slowed
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Medium-severity flaw means you will have to listen to the sound of one hand clapping for a while 

 AMD’s Zen CPUs are vulnerable to a medium-severity flaw which means AMD will have to turn off SMT technology which will make the chips pretty much as bad as Intel's.

Ryzen Pro 5000 processors specs leaked
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Lenovo was the source 

The specs for the next generation of AMD Ryzen Pro 5000 processors have been leaked online in a document related to the Lenovo ThinkStation P358 Tower workstation.

AMD shows off new partner motherboards
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Flagship X670 boards

AMD and its partners have been showing off the new flagship X670 boards including the X670E and non-Extreme series.

AMD could officially announce Ryzen 7000 on August 29th
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First SKUs launching on September 15th

According to the latest information, it appears that AMD might have set the date for Ryzen 7000 series announcement, set for August 29th, while first SKUs could launch on September 15th.

AMD ready to counter-attack in Intel war
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Picked the right day to start it

On August 5, the anniversary of the German assaultt of Liege which kicked off WW1, AMD looks set to unveil its next-generation Ryzen 7000 processors.

AMD Ryzen 7000-series could launch as early as August
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AMD Meet the Expert spills the beans

A rather interesting description of the AMD “Meet The Expert” event, which kicks off on August 5th, might have leaked the timeframe for AMD Ryzen 7000 series launch.

Credit card board can run a Intel Core Tiger Lake or AMD Ryzen V2000 processor
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AAEON comes up with a rather cool micro machine

AAEON has released a Raspberry-type card which can run an Intel Tiger Lake processor up to a Core i7-1185G7E, or an AMD Ryzen Embedded V2000 SoC up to Ryzen Embedded V2516.

New flagship graphics cards about to get faster Samsung GDDR6 memory
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Speeds up to 24Gbps

The South Korean giant has announced its newer flagship GPUs are about to get 16Gb GDDR6 memory which can manage up to 24Gbps with the wind behind it.