If it's been a while since you've bought portable flash memory, you might be surprised by the broad availability and affordability of high-speed, high-capacity microSD and SD cards. With this guide, we'll break down what all the different codes and ratings mean, and offer the best choices for a range of categories.
As a culmination to our testing of Ryzen Mobile 4000-H, today we're discussing the best AMD gaming laptops released so far. It's clear that mobile Ryzen is not as widely available as we wished, but various new models have become available and reception has been great.
Today we're benchmarking a cargo plane load of graphics cards in the new Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. Visually the game is breathtaking and we'd say that we're looking at truly next generation stuff here. We've tested 28 graphics cards at 1080p, 1440p and 4K using Ultra and Medium quality presets.
Nvidia will introduce faster next-gen Ampere GPUs next month. That's exciting, but we've got a tough choice to make. The new graphics cards will support PCIe 4.0, but our GPU test system that was just upgraded to a Core i9-10900K, doesn't. Should we go Ryzen 9 instead?
Monitors have millions of components, but usually don't get talked about with the same kind of fervent passion as CPUs and graphics cards, but they're just as important. The insides of monitors must be something special... and there's only one way to find out.
This is part two of our investigation into Ryzen Mobile 4000 versus Intel's 10th-gen Core processors in the same laptop design. Before we had covered productivity performance and today we're rounding that off with a look at gaming.
You've seen our tests of Intel 10th-gen Core laptops as well as from AMD Ryzen 4000 models. Comparing them has been tricky however. Today's test is an exciting one for that reason. XMG has provided us both Ryzen 4000 and Intel laptops... using the same design and chassis!