Intel X299 Overheating Problem Implicates Skylake-X Design

Ivy Bridge die... on fire!

Last week, we reported Intel’s X299 chipset might have an overheating problem. We now know it’s not just limited to the X299. Skylake-X has issues as well, even under absolutely perfect conditions.

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AMD Updates Ryzen’s Windows Power Plan, Boosts Performance With New Chipset Driver

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AMD’s latest chipset driver contains important updates for anyone using a Ryzen 5 or Ryzen 7 system.

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AMD declares Ryzen will be a four-year architecture, details overclocking plans, emphasizes hard launch

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AMD has shared a few new details on Ryzen / Zen at CES, including chipset and CPU support for overclocking, multi-GPU configurations, and how long we can expect the Ryzen architecture to last.

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