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We’ve been covering a lot of news recently related to Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). In this post, we’ll go over some of the key points related to their new products, specifically related to their newest processors.

With the release of the new AMD Ryzen CPUs, comes a new RAM technology as well. This is called infinity fabric, and it’s supposed to offer a few key benefits. The main one is that it supposedly offers much higher bandwidth than traditional DDR4 RAM. This is especially important for gamers, who need all the performance they can get.

Another key benefit of infinity fabric is that it’s supposed to be more power efficient. This is important for a few reasons. First, it means that your CPU will consume less power, which is important for both your electric bill and for your computer’s overall lifespan. Second, it means that your CPU will generate less heat, which is important for both your comfort and for your computer’s lifespan.

Lastly, infinity fabric is supposed to offer better overclocking potential. This is important for gamers who want to get the most out of their CPUs.

We’ve also been covering the recent problems that ASUS has been having with their motherboards. Specifically, they’ve been having problems with corrosion. This is a serious problem, as it can lead to your motherboard shorting out and potentially causing a fire.

ASUS has since released a software update that is supposed to mitigate this problem. However, we recommend that you still avoid using ASUS motherboards if possible.

Lastly, we’ll briefly touch on AMD’s new FreeSync 2 HDR technology. This is a new standard that is supposed to improve both the quality and the response time of HDR displays. This is important for gamers who want the best possible gaming experience.

All in all, it’s been an eventful few weeks for AMD. They’ve released a new CPU, a new RAM technology, and a new GPU standard. They’ve also had some problems with their motherboards. However, overall, it seems like AMD is on the right track.

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