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Parallels Desktop 16 has Big Sur support, 3D Metal support, and more

Parallels Desktop 16 Control Center on macOS Big Sur. Big Sur is of course also supported as a virtual machine. Pro users can name custom networks. There is a developer menu to make some tasks easier. You can compress and export virtual machines. Parallels Desktop 16 launched today on Mac. It’s the latest major version of software used by developers …

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AMD’s first 7nm Ryzen 4000 desktop chips bring the fight to Intel

AMD today is launching its latest 7nm Ryzen 4000 chips based on its Zen 2 architecture on desktops after the laptop version of these processors was successfully launched earlier this year. AMD starts with chips for consumer-oriented pre-made systems from OEMs, which means that customers who want to use the new 4000 series chips in their own custom rigs will …

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Dell’s XPS desktop fits NVIDIA and AMD graphics in a smaller package

Dell Inside, the latest 10th generation desktop processors from Intel are supported, with Dell offering both the i9-10900K and the more value-oriented i5-10600K as options. Unfortunately, you can’t configure the desktop with an AM4 motherboard, so AMD’s Ryzen processors are off the table. The system is rounded off by up to 128 GB RAM. The chassis contains four bays, in …

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Can Intel’s 10th generation desktop CPUs keep up?

However, things get a little more interesting as you move down the line. The i7-10700K is essentially the same chip as the 9900K, an 8-core, 16-thread, 5GHz processor that should be retailed for around $ 100 less. In fact, all core chips except i3 now have hyperthreading, which can increase performance in certain programs by 20 to 30%. This actually …

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