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Do not build a PC now!

The giants in the PC market, Intel, AMD and NVIDIA, still have an ace up their sleeves for this year.

AM5 coming soon; Image: AMD

Zen 4

The launch of the Ryzen 7000 CPUs is just around the corner. At the end of August, AMD is supposed to hold a presentation about the processors, which need a new socket for the first time in a long time. No more pins on the CPU, but on the motherboard.

According to leaks, the best processor in the line should offer up to 5.7 gigahertz clock speed. They are supposed to come out in September.

Raptor Lake

Intel also follows AMD's lead. The new processors of the Raptor Lake series will also be released in this half of the year. According to the leaks, the i9-13900K is supposed to offer up to 5.8 GHz, which is more than AMD.

Intel's processors are to be taken with a grain of salt, though. Because after Intel published poor quarterly figures in August, it was announced that some processors will be up to 20% more expensive.

ADA Lovelace

NVIDIA also brings something with it. The new Lovelace graphics cards are supposed to be on par with the RTX 3090 or even surpass it by quite a bit.

Therefore, we recommend: Wait before you build a PC or want to upgrade it. It will be worth it. Just as much as when you buy one of our T-shirts.


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