AMD releases new Ryzen 9 3900 and Ryzen 5 3500X SKUs
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But only for OEMs and one is for China

AMD has revealed two new SKUs in its Ryzen 3000 series lineup, the Ryzen 9 3900 and the Ryzen 5 3500X, both of which will be available only to OEMs, while Ryzen 5 3500X will be limited to the Chinese market, at least for now.

Samsung likely to profit as chip prices stabilise
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Getting back to black

Samsung is expected to post a fourth consecutive quarter of declining profit when it reports preliminary earnings next week, thanks mostly to the stablisation of chip prices.

Logitech G announces PRO X mechanical gaming keyboard
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Tenkeyless design with swappable pro-grade switches

Logitech G, the gaming-oriented brand of Logitech, has unveiled its latest mechanical gaming keyboard, the Pro X, which not only comes in a compact tenkeyless design, but also features swappable GX mechanical switches, and, of course, Logitech's own Lightsync programmable RGB lighting.

Intel slashes prices on last year's chips
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After updating Core-X

Intel has updated its Core-X lineup basing it on the Cascade Lake series of processors and has halved the price of its older top-of-the-line Core i9 processors.

AMD's Rome voltage is high
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But it is allowed by TSMC

Remember our original Rome story where we wrote that AMD is exceeding TSMC's recommended voltage It turns out that the story is true, but at the same time, AMD has a special deal with TSMC where the company optimized and allowed a  higher voltage for AMD’s Rome.