Leo Waldock

Leo Waldock

Leo Waldock has been writing about PC technology for some 20 years.

If he had a family motto it would be "You know, Windows really isn't as bad as you might think".

He has yet to own a Mac and believes that a Micro Four Thirds Panasonic is a decent camera, which just goes to show we never stop learning.

Intel has delivered its Fall Desktop and Workstation briefing where the chip giant announced two closely related families of high performance processors.

AMD goes for gold with the X570 chipset. But the motherboards won't be cheap.

Intel's 10nm processors are finally here, but desktop users might have to wait.

When AMD launched their family of Ryzen 3000 CPUs, they also delivered the new X570 chipset. AMD X570 continues to support Socket AM4, just like X470 and X370, so you could be forgiven for assuming it is a tweaked and revised version of those chipsets. It isn't.

AMD did something rather peculiar at the E3 Gaming show when they announced details about the graphics cards that would use their new 7nm Navi graphics chip.

AMD has launched Ryzen 3000 with 12 cores now and 16 cores coming very soon. 

Computex 2019 was all about AMD.

Intel launches 45W 9th Gen laptop CPUs, and they are so powerful that Intel is dubbing machines that use them 'Musclebooks'.

Later this month AMD will hold an event at Computex that, if rumours are to be believed, will announce some incredible advances to the CPU market. 2019 is really hotting up.

The new WD Blue SN500 is a big step forward for truly affordable SSD storage.

Nvidia's new GTX 1660 Ti GPU is aimed squarely at the middle ground. Leo Waldock breaks down the current line-up to see where it all fits together.

USB standards have become, shall we say, a little confusing. And now we have USB 3.2 and USB4 on its way. Leo Waldcock sheds some light on what this all means.

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