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The debut of ASUS motherboards for AMD Ryzen 2000 processors

ASUS officially introduced the latest motherboards designed to create powerful desktop computers and gaming systems based on the AMD Ryzen 3/5/7 2000 (Pinnacle Ridge) AM4.

The family includes models ROG Crosshair VII Hero (Wi-Fi), ROG Strix X470-F Gaming, ROG Strix X470-I Gaming, Prime X470-PRO and TUF X470-PLUS Gaming. All of them are executed on a set of system logic AMD X470.


Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic: PC-case with two-section construction

The computer case Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic, intended for creating powerful desktop systems and gaming stations, was introduced.

Compared with the model Lian Li PC-O11 improved ventilation. There are two variants of color execution: black with gray elements and black with white. Ports in the front are backlit.

The case of Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic has a two-section construction. In one of the compartments are the main components – a motherboard with a processor and memory modules, as well as expansion cards. The second section is intended for drives and power supply.


External drive G-DRIVE Pro SSD is equipped with two ports Thunderbolt 3

The G-Technology brand, owned by Western Digital, expanded the range of external storage devices by announcing the G-DRIVE Pro SSD solid-state device.

The novelty is made in an aluminum case of gray color Space Gray. The drive is designed for professional users who need a high data transfer rate.

Buyers will be able to choose between four options for the capacity of the G-DRIVE Pro SSD – 960 GB, 1.92 TB, 3.84 TB and 7.68 TB.


AMD’s Newest Processors Are So Good You Can Skip the Graphics Card

In the past year, graphics cards have gone from the reasonably priced computer part you pick up on Amazon or Newegg to something bordering on as precious as gold. If you happen to find one being sold at its MSRP, you can easily snatch it up and sell it on Amazon for twice the price. The market has gotten so cutthroat in the face of a GPU shortage that vendors like Microcenter have limited the number of GPUs you can buy and will only sell at the original MSRP if you can prove you’re buying it for personal use. And into this fierce market enters AMD with a new CPU with an integrated graphics card so good you can leave the other GPUs to the cryptominers.


AMD’s Vega Graphics Cards Could Kick Off a War

Every nerd loves a good tech war: Windows vs Mac, Apple vs Android, Intel vs AMD. They give us something to armchair argue about over beers with friends—or to rant over in the comments of illustrious tech blogs. After spending the weekend playing with AMD’s new Vega 64 and Vega 56 graphics cards, I think I can safely say an old tech war is back on—even if AMD’s latest salvo feels paltry. Nvidia might be leading the discrete graphics card industry, but AMD’s two newest cards are cheap and fast enough to finally compete. And that can only mean good things for PC users.