With extra L3 cache and lowered clocks for less heat, AMD is trying to make the Ryzen 9 7950X3D the best CPU for all scenarios. But how well does that work in reality?
Here's our first look at Intel's 13th-gen Raptor Lake mobile CPUs and we'll do that by thoroughly benchmarking the Core i9-13950HX, which is just about the fastest laptop chip that Intel has ever made.
In a nutshell: A benchmark of the upcoming 56-core Xeon W9-3495X workstation CPU was seen flexing its muscles in Geekbench. The chip achieved a multi-threaded score that is 47% higher than Intel's current Xeon Workstation flagship, the 32-core W-3375.
The Ryzen 9 7950X is the new performance king and the jack of all trades, apart from maybe power consumption and pricing, of course. The Zen 4 flagship can do everything exceptionally well.
This is the most expensive AMD Ryzen CPU you can buy, which as you might suspect is also the fastest and most powerful Ryzen CPU currently in existence. Not even upcoming Zen 4 CPUs will change that.
MSI launches CreatorPro workstation lineup with 12th-gen Intel silicon and Nvidia RTX A-series graphics
Today we're taking a look at the Nvidia RTX A4000, but this isn't a member of the rumored next-gen GeForce RTX 4000 series, but rather an Ampere-based GPU designed for workstation PCs.
Monitor calibration is very important to a creative professional's workflow, but pretty much anyone can benefit from it. Calibration will deliver color accuracy and correct problems with white balance, gamma, and oversaturation. It'll also help color matching multiple monitors for a consistent experience.