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Date Issued: 08/07/2019
July 7, 2019, could prove to be a seminal date in AMD's pursuit to become the leading manufacturer of CPUs and GPUs. Today is the day the chip giant unleashes not only its first 7nm Navi graphics cards, but also an entire range of 7nm Ryzen CPUs based on the evolutionary Zen 2 architecture.
Date Issued: 02/07/2019
NVIDIA's supremacy in the high-end graphics space is best demonstrated by the firm's ability to keep rival AMD at arm's length. Whenever Team Red decides to introduce a new GPU, Team Green tends to thwart any such effort with a superior release of its own.
Date Issued: 25/04/2019
NVIDIA is on the mainstream war path in early 2019. Having already extended the reach of its Turing architecture with the launch of the GeForce RTX 2060, GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1660, the graphics giant is now taking the next step with the arrival of the sub-£150 GeForce GTX 1650.
Date Issued: 09/04/2019
A number of recent studies have outlined the challenges faced by IT managers across all business sizes. Data breaches and associated security is the greatest concern, fuelled by high-profile thefts, nascent legislation such as GDPR, and customers increasingly aware of their digital footprint. Second is how to extract meaningful insights from the ever-increasing amount of data generated by businesses. The burgeoning field of big-data analytics is fast becoming an industry itself.
Date Issued: 14/03/2019
The savvy shoppers out there seeking a competitive mainstream GPU may have viewed last month's GTX 1660 Ti as a good reason to wait for whatever comes next. You see, it was no secret that GTX 1660 Ti introduced the full implementation of Nvidia's latest 12nm Turing die, the TU116, and that typically means that pared-down derivatives are imminent.