Talk about iron #015 – new mid-range graphics at popular prices. And exploding AMD processors!

AMD Radeon RX 7600 vs Nvidia GeForce 4060 Ti. Green and red against expensiveness. And also a little talk about the fact that CPU manufacturers are already really on the edge.

We recorded the fifteenth episode of our podcast about all the news and interesting things that have happened recently on the hardware scene. And again, quite a lot has happened to us in the last month.

It came out last month GeForce RTX 4070, this time it will be even better. In a week we can look forward to the middle class of both manufacturers. In addition, the red and green timed it on basically the same day. AMD Radeon RX 7600 with 8 GB, it should be released on May 25 with all the pomp, but the reviews will probably be a day earlier. Are you asking why? Well, because on May 24, Nvidia planned to launch the entire GeForce RTX 4060 series. Anyway, it won’t be one card, but the whole series. That is, the GeForce RTX 4060 with 8 GB, then the more powerful GeForce RTX 4060 Ti with 8 GB and finally the inflated GeForce RTX 4060 Ti with 16 GB of memory. Looks like Nvidia is going big on this. Probably so that everyone can choose and no one is short on memory. You can listen to all the other details about the cards in our podcast. Or at least read it in the summary news.

We didn’t quite expect another topic, but exploding AMD processors we won’t miss it. Of course, this is a bit of an exaggeration, you don’t have to throw out your Ryzen machines and expect explosions. But from the beginning of May, news began to appear that some Ryzen, always a model with a 3D cache, had died in the hands of several users. He stirred up the topic Roman “der8auer” Hartung ve your video and problem to incredible detail with the deployment of an electron microscope, a sonic scanning microscope, an X-ray and other hit gadgets Steve Burke from the channel Gamers Nexus. The problem is that processors with 3D cache really do not tolerate increased voltage, especially VSOC. And the motherboard manufacturers haven’t completely tweaked it to prevent users from sending a dime over the limit. So all motherboard manufacturers are now churning out patched BIOSes. Well, the crown came from Asus, who labeled their hotfix as “beta BIOS”, after using which you lose the warranty. A great faux pas, of course the warranty applies and listen to other spicy details.

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And who is going to talk about computers, hardware, technology, life, the universe and everything?

Vasek Vlcek – long-time editor-in-chief of PCTuning, a man who wanted to stay in the background. And it didn’t work out.

Zdenek Obermaier – our expert on processors, graphics cards and actually any powerful piece of hardware. The bigger the hi-end, the better!

Michal Rybka – you can read his regular reflections every Friday, and if you want more, you can find it at Level.

Michal Simonek – our former editor, a big fan of hardware and timing, now works for the brand of his heart Asus

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