We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Call of Duty takes another stab at battle royale. But is it King of the Hill, or stuck in the Gulag?
Go big or go home, says Corsair.
$999 for 16c/32t.
More products, more reviews, more development; AMD's return to form means it's tough for motherboard manufacturers and even reviewers.
Promises reliability, security.
Developers getting to grips with Zen.
Peripherals and monitors, too.
We take a look at MSI's budget B350 board that costs just £100.
Asus brings an overclockable ROG Strix board to AMD's budget B350 chipset for just £120.
Shows off a Ryzen Mobile laptop, too.
Exposes 26 more DRAM settings.
Tall fins, RGB lighting.
Four cores and eight threads for less than £160, but is the Ryzen 5 1400 really a cheap 7700K?
Is the Ryzen 5 1600 the sweet spot for AMD with six cores and 12 threads for £200?
Removes a false advantage for Ryzen.
Still reports a major loss, though.
Ryzen competition 'not unusual.'
Beta no longer.
There's been plenty of new hardware in the last few months - how does it affect our recommendations?
For the Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero.
Lock-out more marketing than tech.
The first AMD Ryzen quad core has landed - a Core i7-7700K-specced CPU for £100 less.
The first Ryzen 5 lands, and the 1600X offers six cores and 12 threads for just £249.
MSI's top XPower board has made its way to AM4. How does it compare to Asus's Crosshair VI Hero?
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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