A topic that tends to be more niche has made it to the top of this week's most read articles: Linux. Not only did many community members take part in the Linux survey that is still ongoing, many have also ventured their first steps with the numerous distributions.
For the next three weeks, the ComputerBase community to take part in the Linux-related survey. Thousands have already answered the call and shared their experiences. So far, more than 90 percent of the participants have stated that they have tried Linux.
Community shows interest in Linux
According to the survey, the top 3 reasons against experimenting with Linux were the lack of support for games and anti-cheat engines, the lack of software support for required software and satisfaction with the current Windows operating system. Among those who have already tried Linux, interest in the subject was the decisive factor for the “test drive”.
The community can still express their opinion on the subject of Linux until 7 Sep 12:29 p.m.
Spider-Man Remastered in the tech test
The tech test follows closely this week to Spider-Man Remastered, which initially only went online with the RT, DLSS and FSR view due to a patch last hour, but has since been expanded to include regular graphics card and CPU benchmarks as well as VRAM analyses. Another update for testing with a new AMD driver is planned for Monday.
A compact smartphone flagship
The Asus Zenfone 9 grabs the last place on the podium, the one of the few remaining smartphone flagships in a comparatively compact format. In addition to the format, the latest iteration scores with more performance, longer battery life and a better camera. The upgrade comes with a price increase of 130 euros compared to the Zenfone 8.
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Spider-Man Remastered Update 2 A really nice PC version with ray tracing, DLSS & FSR 2.0
277 Comments Wolfgang Andermahr 92%
Asus Zenfone 9 Compact power pack packs a punch
75 Comments Nicolas La Rocco 87%
Sennheiser Momentum 4 Wireless An alternative to the WH-1000XM5 in terms of sound and price
77 Comments Frank Hüber 66%
Radeon 680M vs. Iris Xe Mobile iGPUs from AMD and Intel in a gaming duel
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Galaxy Z Fold 4 hands-on Samsung's final exam
102 Comments Nicolas La Rocco 64%
Galaxy Z Flip 4 hands-on Samsung upgrades camera, battery and processor
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Tested 15 years ago, Xigmatek was on the road to success with the HDT-S1283
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Ryzen 7000 shortly before the announcement
AMD Ryzen 7000 aka Raphael is just around the corner and could be officially presented on August 30th. Until then, readers will delight in more and more concrete rumours, such as the latest published information on prices and pictures of the outer packaging of the new processors, which top the daily news rankings this week.
Dated A wide price and performance range is expected from the flagship Ryzen 9 7950X for 799 euros to the Ryzen 7 7700X for 299 euros. Pricing is yet to come for the cheapest entry into the new AM5 platform, the Ryzen 5 7600X.
Most Read News & Notes
- 1 7950X, 7900X, 7700X & 7600X Rumors circulating about prices and outer packaging 100%
- 2 Disney+ advertising tariff and price increase in December 93%
- 3 ad hoc announcement Nvidia's gaming sales and margin are falling sharply 70%
- 4 Nothing Phone (1) Advertised display brightness reduced to 700 cd/m² 61%
- 5 LG OLED.EX 97″ TV with vibration sound and gaming in 42″ and 48″ 58%
- 6 Google Maps fuel-saving routes start in Germany 58%
- 7 Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro Samsung precedes the “Apple Watch Pro” 57%
< li> 8 ad hoc release Micron's bleak prospects worsen even more 55%
Games, notebooks and smartphones -Tests
For the start of the coming week, there is another update for the test of Spider-Man Remastered. Tests for the Corsair Voyager a1600 and the Samsung Galaxy XCover6 Pro are planned for the days after.