In the weekly review of the past seven days, the focus today is week 38, 2022. 45 news/notes and 6 tests/reports have been published. The GTA 6 leak and Nvidia's new graphics card generation GeForce RTX 4000 “Ada Lovelace” determined what happened this week.
It is probably the biggest leak in gaming history: GTA 6. Shortly after the incident, the developer studio confirmed a “network break-in” in which confidential information was illegally downloaded. Among them is also early material of the upcoming Grand Theft Auto, which finally confirmed its authenticity. During the week, a 17-year-old was arrested on suspicion of hacking. The details of the complete leak can be found in the collective report GTA 6: One of the biggest leaks in video game history, which has been updated several times.
Nvidia's new GeForce RTX 4000 has already played a major role in the news. As expected, the biggest bone of contention is the classification of the RTX 4080 into two models, the smaller one would have been much better named RTX 4070. More than 1,600 comments in the news alone and many on this topic speak for themselves.
Most read news & Notes
- 1 GTA 6 One of the biggest leaks in video game history 100%
- 2 GeForce RTX 4090 and 4080 Ada Lovelace launches for 1,099 to 1,949 euros from October 78%
- 3 GeForce RTX 4090 and 4080 custom designs drive heavy artillery to 56%
- 4 Radeon RX 7000 Shortly before GeForce RTX 4000, AMD calls the RDNA 3 date 37%
- 5 GeForce RTX 4000 “FE” Three graphics cards, two names and only one design 31%
- 6 USB-IF New USB logos should be easier to understand 28%
- 7 Denon New AV Receiver/amplifier with even more 8K HDMI 2.1 26%
- 8 Benchmark comparison Ryzen 9 7950X in Sandra Suite 74 percent faster than Zen 3 25%
One day after the unveiling via stream, Nvidia provided further details for the press. At a virtual Editors Day, the manufacturer announced further details on the technology, DLSS 3 and Founders Edition models of the GeForce RTX 4090 and GeForce RTX 4080.
The announcement by EVGA to end the cooperation with Nvidia and to stop developing new graphics cards in the future caused a lot of excitement and great interest within the ComputerBase community. Even the models for the GeForce RTX 4000 series (“Nvidia Ada”) that have already been evaluated will not appear.
Most-read reviews & Reports
Nvidia GeForce RTX 4000 update More details on architecture, DLSS 3 and Founders Editions
341 Comments Wolfgang Andermahr 100%
EVGA × Nvidia = Divorce How do you rate the separation of the two GPU specialists?
314 Comments Sven Bauduin 96%
Notebook -CPU comparison 2022 Intel Core i-1200P/U vs. AMD Ryzen 6000H/U in the benchmark
124 Comments Volker Rißka 96%
Intel Arc A730M So fast is the large Alchemist GPU in the notebook
56 Comments Jan-Frederik Timm 84%
Portrait of EndeavorOS The spirit of Antergos forms the best distribution for many
167 Comments Sven Bauduin 79%
Tested 15 years ago Devil's elegant 2.1 system with excellent sound
126 Comments Robert McHardy 51%
AMD Ryzen 7000 starts
In the new week the time has finally come: AMD Ryzen 7000 starts in the form of four models. These promise very high performance, but especially in Europe at hefty prices, which are consistently higher than the starting RRP of the predecessor.
Intel's counter in this area won't be long in coming. The Core i-13000 alias Raptor Lake are already expected at the InnovatiON in-house exhibition on Tuesday, but they will not appear until October.
With this reading material in your luggage, the editors wish you a relaxing time Sunday!