Intel's Arc Alchemist A780 may be delayed until the third quarter of 2022

An insider hiding under the nickname Enthusiastic Citizen recently shared information about Intel's plans for the Arc line of graphics processors for desktops. According to the source, the Arc line of desktops will unfortunately be delayed.

Read more →

TSMC to launch 3nm process in the second half of 2022

Taiwan-based TSMC has confirmed that it will be ready to launch mass production of 3-nm products in the second half of this year. The company will start supplying products based on the new process technology next year. It writes edition DigiTimes.

Read more →

Steam Deck launched games with an external graphics card Radeon RX 6900 XT

The owner of the Steam Deck was able to successfully connect an "external" video card to this portable console so that it could output games at 4K (60 frames per second) or more.

Read more →

MediaTek introduced a new Dimensity 1300 chip for mid-range phones with 5G

Taiwan-based processor and semiconductor maker MediaTek has unveiled a brand new processor for mid-range phones. The processor, called Dimensity 1300, is expected to debut with the next OnePlus Nord smartphone.

Read more →

Intel released a new Arc graphics card driver, but it didn't get rid of problems

Radeon RX 7700 XT graphics card will be based on 6nm Navi 33 GPU

Experts from reputable online portal wccftech.com shared the latest data on the not yet officially presented AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT graphics card. According to the source, at the heart of new items will be based on a dual-chip graphics processor GPU Navi 33

Read more →

Epic Games has released Unreal Engine 5 and two free projects

As part of today's State of Unreal presentation, Epic Games announced the release of the Unreal Engine 5 along with two free projects.

Read more →

Epic Games unveiled RealityScan, a 3D model creation app

Epic Games has released the RealityScan app for creating 3D objects with the camera. For now, it is only available for iPhone owners.

Read more →