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    Anandtech: PNY 2 TB XLR NVMe SSD: PCIe 4.0 x4, Up to 4.8 GB/s

    Since many high-end SSDs these days are bottlenecked by a PCIe 3.0 x4 interface, next-generation drives featuring a PCIe 4.0 x4 connector were among the highlights of this year’s Computex. Being one of Phison’s well-known partners, PNY showcased its upcoming XLR8 CS4040 SSD with a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface at the trade show.
    PNY’s high-end XLR8 CS4040 SSD is based on Phison’s turnkey PS5016-E16 platform with 3D TLC NAND and will be available in 500 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB versions. At present, PNY expects the drive to offer up to 4800 MB/s sequential read speed as well as up to 4000 MB/s sequential write speed in case of 1 TB and 2 TB models as well as up to 2100 MB/s sequential write speed in case of 500 GB SKU.
    Based on vague comments by the PNY rep we talked to about availability timeframe of the drive and knowing PNY’s inclination to firmware tweaking, we are not quite sure that the company will be the among the first to launch its PCIe 4.0 x4 SSD when the first PCIe 4.0 platforms hit the market this July. In fact, we would expect the company to take its time and do some tweaking.
    At Computex, PNY demonstrated its XLR8 CS4040 SSD with a very simplistic sticker that can barely be an efficient heat spreader. As Phison’s PS5012-E12 and PS5016-E16 controllers have a TDP of up to 8 W, a proper heatsink might be needed to guarantee consistent performance. That said, we can only wonder whether PNY installs a heat spreader on its XLR8 CS4040 SSD to maximize performance under high loads, or goes with a sticker to maintain compatibility with existing and future notebooks.
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    Anandtech: Spotted at Computex: A White and Pink AIO LCS from ID Cooling

    The PC enthusiast crowd these days is extremely diverse. Nowadays these people are looking not only for extreme performance, but also for personalized and stylish looks. As a result, hardware makers are optimizing construction of their devices and introducing fancy designs with addressable RGB LEDs to satisfy needs of their customers.
    Over the years, we have seen a variety of exotic colors used for high-performance coolers, graphics cards, motherboards, memory modules, and other devices. Despite all this, pink hardware has remained extremely exotic/rare (although it is popular in a number of cultures). ID Cooling decided to change that and demonstrate its Pinkflow 240 closed-loop liquid cooling systems for CPU and GPU at Computex.
    On the architecture level, ID Cooling’s Pinkflow 240 all-in-one liquid coolers for processors and graphics cards resemble the company’s Zoomflow 240 AIO LCS. But for these components, they are made of white materials and feature pink parts. Furthermore, they are equipped with addressable RGB LEDs (can be controlled using software by leading motherboard makers) for further customization.
    To demonstrate the ‘Hello Kitty’ effect in all of its glory at the trade show, ID Cooling used a special pink open-air chassis at Computex.
    At present, only the Pinkflow 240 AIO LCS for CPUs is available on the market. Since the Pinkflow closed-loop hybrid cooling system for GPUs was demonstrated at Computex, expect it to hit the market shortly.
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    Anandtech: The AMD Next Horizon Gaming Keynote Live Blog (Starts at 3pm PT/22:00 UTC)

    We're here in sunny (and hot) Los Angeles, California for E3, and more specifically, AMD's next big product-focused keynote. Dubbed "Next Horizon Gaming", AMD's crew, including CEO Dr. Lisa Su, will be taking the stage to present information on upcoming gaming-related products. It's a fair bet that we'll be seeing both GPU news and CPU news from this keynote, plenty of gaming demos, and as is usually the case for AMD, maybe a surprise or two. So join us at 3pm Pacific for our live blog coverage of AMD's latest efforts in the gaming space.

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    Anandtech: AMD Ryzen 3000 APUs: Up to Vega 11, More MHz, Under $150, Coming July 7th

    The integrated graphics ‘APU’ line of processors from AMD is a popular entry point for consumers on a budget based on the good performance from the cores, gaming-capable graphics, and all for a reasonable low cost that also comes bundled with a very sufficient cooler. AMD’s APU line is one lock-step behind its leading edge CPU technology, so this time around the new Ryzen 3000 APUs are built on last generation Zen+ 12nm technology, but with increased IPC, clock speeds, and an overall performance bump.


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    Anandtech: AMD Announces Radeon RX 5700 XT & RX 5700: The Next Gen of AMD Video Cards

    As part of a jam-packed day of AMD product news, moments ago AMD’s CEO, Dr. Lisa Su got off the stage, wrapping up her suite of announcements. The highlight of which is AMD’s new family of video cards, the Radeon RX 5700 series. AMD first teased these back at the tail-end of Computex a few weeks ago, and while the cards won’t actually launch until July, AMD has opened the floodgates on information about these cards – pricing, expected performance, architecture are all being announced – so we have a lot to discuss about AMD’s new family of mid-to-high end video cards.


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    Anandtech: Samsung 32GB DDR4-2666 Non-ECC Memory at Retail: $168

    With a lot of speculation in regards to Samsungs 32 GB unbuffered modules and their availability since we first announced it last year, stock has started to filter into US retail channels such as SuperBizz, AVA Direct, and others including Flexx International in the UK.
    The Samsung 32 GB UDIMM is rated to run at DDR4-2666 with an operational voltage of 1.2 V and sees a shift in memory capacity. While a full run-down on the latency timings isn't specified on the retailer's product pages, nor available from the official product page, we know that the M378A4G43MB1-CTD 2666 operate at CL19.
    On the Samsung M378A4G43MB1-CTD 2666 32 GB modules, Samsung is using its '10 nm class' ICs for better energy efficiency than other modules of the same capacity. These modules and are laid out into dual ranks of eight ICs. Unlike other 32 GB UDIMMs, these do not support ECC and are designed for the desktop, rather than server or enterprise environments.
    While at Computex 2019, we saw a small handful of OEMs showing Samsungs 32 GB modules, however most 32 GB DRAM modules on display opting for the readily available Micron ICs including ADATA. This represents a shift from last year where all the talk was focused around Samsung due to various motherboard manufacturers including ASUS adding support for the Samsung 32 GB UDIMMs across its Z390 motherboards.
    Availability of the Samsung 32 GB DDR4-2666 UDIMM is prevalent, but pricing remains somewhat consistent with SuperBizz listing them for $156, albeit with no stock, and AVA Direct for $168.27, but with seemingly plenty to go around. In the UK, Flexx International has them listed for the princely sum of £180.
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    Anandtech: AMD 16-Core Ryzen 9 3950X: Up to 4.7 GHz, 105W, Coming September

    One of the questions that was left over from AMD’s Computex reveal of the new Ryzen 3000 family was why a 16-core version of the dual-chiplet Matisse design was not announced. Today, AMD is announcing its first 16 core CPU into the Ryzen 9 family. AMD stated that they’re not interested in the back and forth with its competition about slowly moving the leading edge in consumer computing – they want to launch the best they have to offer as soon as possible, and the 16-core is part of that strategy.


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    Anandtech: ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus and TUF Gaming X570-Plus Wi-Fi Motherboards

    At Computex 2019, ASUS announced two TUF Gaming branded motherboards, the TUF Gaming X570-Plus and TUF Gaming X570-Plus Wi-Fi. Both models are identical in terms of specifications apart from one thing, the X570-Plus Wi-Fi includes an Intel AC 9260 wireless interface which also includes BT 5 connectivity.
    The ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus and TUF Gaming X570-Plus Wi-Fi motherboards both contain the same core componentry with a 12+2 phase power delivery, actively cooled X570 chipset heatsink, a Realtek S1200A HD audio codec, and both feature the new Realtek L8200A Gigabit LAN which currently seems custom for ASUS's X570 models. On the design, the aesthetic is reminiscent of previous TUF Gaming branded models with a grey and black patterned printing on the PCB, with grey industrial looking heatsinks.
    There are four memory slots with support for ECC and non-ECC DDR4 memory with a maximum capacity of up to 128 GB. This is unclear as the spec list given at Computex says 64 GB, but the official ASUS product page states 128 GB, so total capacity supported remains to be seen. The ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus pairing also has two full-length PCIe 4.0 slots which run at x16 and x16/x4. On the rear panel, the most interesting connections include an HDMI, and DisplayPort video output, with two USB 3.1 G2 Type-A, and one USB 3.1 G2 Type-C port; also featured are four USB 3.1 G1 Type-A ports.
    At present, there are no details available in terms of pricing, but both models are expected to be readily available from 7/7 when AMD's Ryzen 3000 processors are set to launch. Judging by the specifications of both the ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus and X570-Plus Wi-Fi models, they are expected to sit towards the cheaper end of the ASUS X570 product stack and look to represent an entry-level option for users to the new AMD 7 nm based processors.
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    Anandtech: Lenovo ThinkPad P53: Core i9, 128 GB RAM, Quadro RTX 5000, OLED

    Lenovo has introduced what it calls the world’s highest-performing 15.6-inch mobile workstation. The ThinkPad P53 packs Intel’s eight-core Core i9 or Xeon processor, up to 128 GB of RAM, as well as NVIDIA’s Quadro RTX 5000 graphics card.
    Based on Intel’s 9th Core processors, the ThinkPad P53 comes with as 15.6-inch Full-HD IPS LCD or Ultra-HD OLED display that supports Dolby Vision HDR as well as touch. The mobile workstation can be equipped with a discrete GPU (up to Quadro RTX 5000), four SO-DIMMs (up to 128 GB of DDR4), and multiple M.2 SSDs (up to 6 TB of storage) including Intel’s Optane Memory M10 caching SSD.
    As far as connectivity is concerned, the ThinkPad P53 is equipped with Intel’s Wi-Fi 6 + Bluetooth 5.1 vPro AX200 adapter, Fibocom’s L850 LTE CAT9a modem, a GbE port, two Thunderbolt 3 ports, two USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A connectors, one USB Type-C port, an HDMI output, a smart card reader, a 3.5-mm headset jack, and so on. The ThinkPad P53 has an HD webcam with IR and ThinkShutter, a fingerprint reader, dTPM 2.0, speakers, microphones, etc.
    Since the ThinkPad P53 is designed to deliver ultimate performance, it is not particularly compact, yet we cannot say that it is too big as well. The workstation is 28 mm thick and weighs 2.45 kilograms, in line with other 15.6-inch high-end laptops. Because this is indeed a workstation, the ThinkPad P53 has certifications from multiple ISVs for ArcGIS, AutoCAD, CATIA, Creo, Inventor, Microstation, NX, PDMS, Revit, Solid Edge, SolidWorks, Vectorworks, Petrel, Decision Space, 3dsMax, and Maya.
    Lenovo's ThinkPad P53
    ThinkPad P53 FHD ThinkPad P53 4K UHD
    Display Type IPS OLED
    Resolution 1920×1080 3840×2160
    Brightness 300/500 cd/m² 400 cd/m²
    Color Gamut 72% NTSC ?
    Touch No Yes
    HDR No Dolby Vision HDR
    CPU Intel's 9th Generation Core i7/i9 or Xeon with up to eight cores.
    Graphics Integrated UHD Graphics 620 (24 EUs)
    Discrete up to NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000
    RAM up to 128 GB DDR4
    Storage up to 6 TB PCIe SSDs with RAID 0/RAID 1/RAID 5
    Wi-Fi Intel Wireless AX200 Wi-Fi 6
    Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.1
    4G/LTE Fibocom L850 LTE CAT9
    Thunderbolt 2
    × USB Type-C TB3 ports
    USB 2
    × USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A
    1 × USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C
    HDMI HDMI 2.0
    GbE Native
    Fingerprint Sensor Yes
    Webcam HD webcam with ThinkShutter
    HD webcam with IR for Windows Hello and ThinkShutter
    Other I/O Microphone, stereo speakers, TRRS audio jack, joystick, trackpad, card reader, etc.
    Battery 90 Wh
    Dimensions Thickness 28 mm
    Width 377.4 mm
    Depth 252.3 mm
    Weight 2.45 kg | 5.4 lbs
    Operating System Windows 10 Pro for Workstation
    Windows 10 Pro
    Windows 10 Home
    Ubuntu Linux (pre-load)
    Red Hat Linux (certified)
    Lenovo’s ThinkPad P53 will hit the market in July at a price starting at $1,799.
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    Anandtech: Lenovo Reveals ThinkPad P73: A 17.3-Inch DTR Notebook with Dolby Vision

    Lenovo on Tuesday introduced its new 17.3-inch mobile workstation, its most powerful notebook aimed at a broad set of workloads from content creation to oil and gas exploration. The ThinkPad P73 got the latest CPU and GPU from Intel and NVIDIA as well as a factory-calibrated display supporting Dolby Vision HDR.
    Lenovo’s ThinkPad P73 is based on Intel’s 9th Gen Core or Xeon processor with up to eight cores as well as an up to NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 graphics card. The system can be equipped with up to 128 GB of DDR4 memory with or without ECC using up to four SO-DIMMs as well as multiple M.2 PCIe SSDs working in RAID 0 or RAID 1 mode. Some SKUs will come with Intel’s Optane Memory M10 caching SSD to speed up performance, others will use two SSDs instead.
    The key selling point of the ThinkPad P73 is its 17.3-inch display. Lenovo will offer two types of LCD panels with its P73: one is a regular Full-HD IPS panel, another is Ultra-HD IPS panel with Dolby Vision HDR support.
    As for I/O capabilities of the ThinkPad P73, we are talking about a rather rich set of technologies that includes Intel’s Wi-Fi 6 AX200 solution with Bluetooth 5.1 support, two Thunderbolt 3 ports, three USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A connectors, a USB Type-C port, a GbE adapter, an HDMI 2.0 output, a smart card reader, a 4-in-1 SD card reader, a 3.5-mm audio jack, a webcam with ThinkShutter, and so on.
    Since the ThinkPad P73 has a large display, it features appropriate dimensions and weight. The machine is 25 mm thick and weighs 3.4 kilograms.
    Lenovo's ThinkPad P73
    ThinkPad P73 FHD ThinkPad P73 4K UHD
    Display Type IPS IPS
    Resolution 1920×1080 3840×2160
    Brightness 300/500 cd/m² 400 cd/m²
    Color Gamut 72% NTSC ?
    Touch No Yes
    HDR No Dolby Vision HDR
    CPU Intel's 9th Generation Core i7/i9 or Xeon with up to eight cores.
    Graphics Integrated UHD Graphics 620 (24 EUs)
    Discrete up to NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000
    RAM up to 128 GB DDR4
    Storage up to 6 TB PCIe SSDs with RAID 0/RAID 1/RAID 5
    Wi-Fi Intel Wireless AX200 Wi-Fi 6
    Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.1
    4G/LTE -
    Thunderbolt 2
    × USB Type-C TB3 ports
    USB 3
    × USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A
    1 × USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C
    HDMI HDMI 2.0
    GbE Native
    Fingerprint Sensor Yes
    Webcam HD webcam with ThinkShutter
    HD webcam with IR for Windows Hello and ThinkShutter
    Other I/O Microphone, stereo speakers, TRRS audio jack, joystick, trackpad, card reader, etc.
    Battery 99 Wh
    Dimensions Thickness 25 mm
    Width 416 mm
    Depth 281 mm
    Weight 3.4 kg | 7.5 lbs
    Operating System Windows 10 Pro for Workstation
    Windows 10 Pro
    Windows 10 Home
    Ubuntu Linux (pre-load)
    Red Hat Linux (certified)
    Lenovo’s ThinkPad P73 will hit the market in August at prices starting at $1,849.
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