Tag: Gaming hardware

Watch Sony’s PlayStation 5 deep dive right here, right now
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Watch Sony’s PlayStation 5 deep dive right here, right now

With Microsoft announcing the tech specs of the Xbox Series X earlier this week, it’s about time we heard a little more from Sony regarding its next-gen console, the PlayStation 5. Now what do us PC gamers have to gain out of all this? Every little juicy detail out of these technical disclosures could also pertain to AMD’s upcoming graphics cards and the future of red team ray tracing, that’s what. read more

That Japanese gaming bed is just the tip of the concept furniture iceberg…
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That Japanese gaming bed is just the tip of the concept furniture iceberg…

Pictures of a gaming bed coming out of Japan got a lot of social media attention over the weekend, with TheGunrun’s “Japan has made a gaming bed” tweet gaining over 49,000 likes and 12,000 retweets. The images of Bauhutte’s ‘gaming bed’ might seem like the wet dream of those real-life South Park ‘Cartmans’ of the world who don’t even leave their gaming chair to go to the bathroom, but it’s not really a ‘gaming bed,’ is it? read more

Are 7nm CPUs really 7nm? TSMC says “we need to look at a different descriptor”
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Are 7nm CPUs really 7nm? TSMC says “we need to look at a different descriptor”

TSMC’s head of marketing believes lithographic process node naming convention needs to change in the near-future. The company’s most advanced node today is 7nm, or N7, which is used across AMD’s Ryzen and Navi range, but soon it will be shifting to 7nm+ (N7+), 5nm (N5), and then onto 3nm (N3). Following that same cadence, where does a foundry go after 1nm, and will it be representative of the physical silicon? read more