AMD Athlon 3000G overclocked to 5GHz

AMD Athlon 3000G overclock

An overclocker has managed to beat the world frequency record for the AMD Athlon 3000G processor. This person has managed to raise the frequency of the processor to more than impressive 5 GHz. Thanks to the processor has multipliers unlocked. This new record exceeds the previous existing record by more than 200 MHz. And it confirms what AMD has always commented on the simplicity to overclock the Athlon 3000 series processors.

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Sony PS5 processor info – SONY PS5 will include a more advanced processor than the Ryzen 3000

Sony PS5 processor

Sony PS5 release is around the horizen and we have information about its processor. Some of the things that were confirmed was the fact of finally including an SSD at the height, which will be customized for that console and will increase its performance in loads almost exponentially, all as standard.

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ASUS MX27UCS: new 10-bit 4K monitor with Bang & Olufsen speakers

ASUS MX27UCS review

This year is one of the best in the gaming section, not only in the computer as such, but everyone around him. For this reason the brands have presented numerous gaming monitors, but on the other hand few monitors focused on other areas. ASUS has thought about the rest of users and has launched its MX27UCS, a monitor with 4K resolution and 10-bit IPS panel.

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Choose good VPN if you are worried about your privacy

Every time there are more Internet companies that are dedicated to follow us in the network to be able to know as much information as possible about our tastes, interests and hobbies. In addition, it is also common to find platforms that block or forward traffic depending on their country of origin. Therefore, both if we want to improve our security and privacy and to access some type of blocked content for certain countries it is necessary to choose a good VPN.

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Strange Brigade review: graphical performance analysis with AMD and NVIDIA graphics

Strange Brigade review

The new title of Rebellion Developments, Strange Brigade, goes on sale today and as usual we are going to show you its graphic performance with the entire array of AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards that we have, so that we can know how the graphics render of both manufacturers in this new title.

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Synopsys USB 3.2 with 20 GBit / s showcased

Synopsys USB 3.2

The specifications of USB 3.2 have been fixed since September 2017. As a result, manufacturers were able to start development and finalize both drivers and controllers with the new transmission standard. The manufacturer Synopsys has demonstrated what it claims to be the world’s first demonstration of USB 3.2. The computer used was a normal PC with Windows 10. By bundling the data lines theoretically up to 20 GBit / s are possible.

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Are Binance accounts getting hacked by Russian hackers?

A Russian hacker was able to hack users of world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance. The hacker was able to not only crack password but also able to surpass 2FA (2-factor authentication) that we thought was impossible to crack. The user has made a post on reddit about it and said that he wants to make everyone aware of the massive security issue within the Binance platform.

Binance hackers

Fortunately, the hacker was not able to take any funds out but he did traded this user’s cryptocurrency to BNB, POWR and BTC. Binance is yet to respond to his requests.

However, one user was not that lucky and hacker was able to get his funds out of exchange. Strangely, the user had both 2FA and SMS on. This login was also done from Russia.

Binance seems to have no clue and is currently getting in touch with the affected users on Telegram. If you were an affected user, feel free to get in touch with Binance’s investigator whose telegram is t.me/JagerBNB.

To users – only store those coins on exchange that you want to trade. Otherwise, store them offline on paper wallet or your own computer. When your funds are stored on exchange, you are not the real owner.