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    Seagate: Firecuda 530 First PS5-Compatible SSD, $275 for 1 TB

    Still a better deal than Steam Deck’s $250 premium for measly 500GB storage
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    be quiet! Launches Dark Rock TF 2: High-end Cooling with Top-flow Design

    Looks like a great match for NR200
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    New World (Closed Beta), an MMO, Found Bricking GeForce RTX 3090 Graphics Cards

    It’s mostly evga cards that’s dying due to insane stock voltage at full load. Avoid evga cards!
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    Intel Core i9-12900K Allegedly Beats AMD Ryzen 9 5950X at Cinebench R20

    Lost to little cores nonetheless. It’s game over with Raptor Lake.
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    Valve Steam Deck SoC Detailed: AMD Brings Zen2 and RDNA2 to the Table

    Another flop from Valve. Their contribution to PC gaming is zip thus far.
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    Surface Pro X with Windows 11 Shown Running Microsoft-branded Qualcomm Arm SoC

    Qualcomm doesn’t have the vision to scale up to higher wattage like Apple does. Just give ARM to Nvidia already FFS.
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    Samsung Teases PCIe 5.0 Enterprise SSD Coming Q2 2022

    Feels like most companies halfassed their PCIe 4.0 drives in favor for 5.0.
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    Microsoft Seemingly Looking to Develop AI-based Upscaling Tech via DirectML

    AI is better than any algorithms ala FSR. This is the way.
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    Intel Regains CPU Market Share that it lost to AMD, Latest Steam Hardware Survey

    doesn’t help that Zen3 is overpriced and the rebranded Skylakes are a better value now. AMD practically betrayed their fans over a “5% faster in gaming” advantage.
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    Intel Books Two 3 nm Processor Orders at TSMC Manufacturing Facilities

    and none of that has anything to do with 3nm. Reports are saying that Apple and Intel will gobble up most of TSMC's 3nm.
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    Intel Books Two 3 nm Processor Orders at TSMC Manufacturing Facilities

    Insecure fanboys will hate this! TSMC's big 3 customers will be Apple, Intel and Qualcomm. Everyone else will either have to settle with inferior nodes or beg for leftover craps. I can see Nvidia staying with Samsung for many years to come.
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    NVIDIA Working on Ultra Quality Mode for DLSS Upscaling

    The power of using AI versus spray n pray algorithm. FSR isn’t even competing at all!
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    AMD FSR FidelityFX Super Resolution is Coming to Xbox Consoles

    Now they can cheat "4k 120Hz" with even worse image quality.
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    3DMark Updated with New CPU Benchmarks for Gamers and Overclockers

    So just as useless as Cinebench
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    Seagate Announces FireCuda 530 M.2 NVMe Gen 4 SSD

    Gamers don’t need PCIe 4
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    AMD FSR FidelityFX Super Resolution Quality & Performance

    BlurFX is more accurate. No thanks!
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    Corsair Announces Three New All-In-One Liquid CPU Coolers

    Any improvement in pump noise? Arctic's pump is literally the only one in the market that is virtually silent. EK 360 AIO Elite - Part II (Pump Noise) - YouTube
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    AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT LC Specs Confirmed: 12% Higher Core and Memory Clocks, 10% Higher Power

    Still slow with DXR. Nothing can save them except for a new architecture.
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    Spurred by M1 Performance, Apple Doubles Shipments of Mac Computers

    That means they will continue to take up TSMC's best of the best stuffs all for themselves. Even worse once they invade datacenters and have their inhouse GPUs. RIP everyone else.
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    Noctua NH-P1 Fanless CPU Cooler Released for $100

    Yeah no.... 5800x runs hot as hell even with the beefiest coolers money can buy.
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    ASUS GeForce RTX 3080 Ti STRIX LC Liquid Cooled

    This helps with fan noise, but now you introduced the undefeatable pump noise...
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    AMD Announces Ryzen 5000G and PRO 5000G Desktop Processors

    Still no 5700x because AMD has become greedy.
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    AMD Announces FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR), its DLSS-rival

    tl;dr: Just buy the fastest Nvidia GPU you can afford.
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    AMD Socket AM5 an LGA of 1,718 Pins with DDR5 and PCIe Gen 4

    PGA has always been crap. It only made sense with Zen 2 and below when AMD was slow and selling at bargain bin prices. Zen3 and its premium prices should’ve rocked LGA socket.