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AMD Ryzen 5 5600G Processor APU
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The AMD Ryzen 5 5600G 6-Core 12-Thread Unlocked Desktop Processor is the best value for your money, and you can get one for $109.64 shipped, today only, originally $259. It lets you play all of the top AAA games in smooth 1080p with boost clocks of up to 4.4GHz, complete with 19MB of total cache and 7 Graphics Compute Units up to 1.9GHz. Product page.

AMD Ryzen 7000 Series Desktop Processors
The AMD Ryzen 7000 Series Desktop processor lineup powered by the new “Zen 4” architecture was revealed today, bringing forth the next era of high performance for gamers, enthusiasts, content creators and more. Boasting up to 16 cores, 32 threads and built on an optimized, high-performance, TSMC 5nm process node, these processors offer superb performance and leadership energy efficiency.

GPD Win Max 2 Laptop AMD Ryzen 7 6800U
Available September 2022, priced from $899 USD, the GPD Win Max 2 handheld gaming laptop can be configured with either an AMD Ryzen 7 6800U or Intel Core i7-1260P Alder Lake CPU. The base model features the AMD Ryzen 7 6800U processor, 16GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, microSD / SD card slots, 2 x Thunderbolt 4 or USB4 port, 3 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A ports, an HDMI 2.1 port, quad speakers, 3.5mm audio jack, and an HD webcam.

AMD Radeon 660M Integrated GPU God of War RDNA2 FSR
Thanks to the AMD Radeon 660M integrated GPU, some casual gamers may be able to skip on the pricey dedicated graphics cards in the near future. One gamer put this to the test by running God of War on an AMD Ryzen 5 6600H, a Zen3+ based 6-core and 12-thread APU, with the Radeon 660M GPU laptop boasting 16 GB of DDR5-4800 memory. The Radeon 660M is essentially a slimmed down version of the Radeon 680M with just half of the Compute Units.

ORNL Frontier First Exascale Supercomputer AMD EPYC Instinct Accelerator
It’s official, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s (ORNL) Frontier system is the world’s first exascale supercomputer. That’s right, the system achieved 1.1 exaflops, making it the world’s fastest supercomputer as well as the first to break the exascale barrier. Its performance is double the number two system and greater than the sum of the next seven systems on the most recent Top 500 supercomputers list.