HW News – Intel Ships 1 GPU, Delidded Ryzen 7000 CPU, Apple M1 Vulnerability

HW News – Intel Ships 1 GPU, Delidded Ryzen 7000 CPU, Apple M1 Vulnerability

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Hardware news this week talks about Intel’s singular Arc GPU that ‘shipped,’ the delidded AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU, Apple’s M1 vulnerability, and plenty more — like NVIDIA’s first HBM3-equipped GPUs coming to market for Hopper H100 video cards and accelerators.

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00:00 – Recap of the Week
01:04 – GN Hourglass Shirts Shipping, XOC Board Charity Auction
03:51 – AM5 Ryzen Delidded and IHS Shown
06:42 – Intel Arc GPU Spotted at IEM
08:26 – NY “Digital Fair Repair Act” Passes
12:58 – Arctic P14 Slim 140mm Fan
14:45 – Nvidia First as SKHynix Begins HBM3 Production
17:40 – Phanteks G360A Released
19:18 – Apple M1 CPU Vulnerability Discovered
22:16 – Arc A730M Benchmarks Surfacing
24:30 – FSR 2.0 is Here

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  1. Gamers Nexus
    Gamers Nexus 22 June, 2022, 10:43

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    Watch our recap on AMD's onslaught of announcements recently!

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  2. Robot Man
    Robot Man 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Regarding Arctic's new 140mm slim fan, I expect it has a lot to due with how much trouble there is with fitting their Liquid Freezer II AiO radiators into many cases (due to it's thickness), specifically when top mounting. I personally bought the Liquid Freezer II 280 not long ago, after a good deal of research, including watching your (Gamers Nexus) testing and review videos. I now understand why there is a "standard" radiator thickness, or at least assume why that is. Not many cases can support top-mounting an Arctic Freezer II radiator w/out tricks/or clever case designs.

    A couple months back, searching for slim 140mm fans, I was surprised to find so few. IIRC, there was only 3, but don't hold me to that. At very least, there was not much choices.

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  3. Chris Laughton
    Chris Laughton 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I can't imagine the cooling performance of a slim fan comes close to standard width, so I would only use one if I had clearance issues with other components. Possible, since my builds are usually in HTPC cases!

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  4. pat armand
    pat armand 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    FYI, as requested, i use a 15mm thick noctura case fan as i have no room for a 25mm fan.

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  5. Earth Taurus
    Earth Taurus 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    SY1212SL12H – Slipstream Scythe Slim is the best slim fan I've come across at 12mm… I have yet to find a fan with this thickness (I bought 2 x 120x120x12 @ 2000 rpm years ago, i should have bought more as they have been eol'd…). The NF-A12x15 is sadly 3 mm larger… so when Steve mentioned Arctic made slim fans… I immediately went to buy a couple and then stopped when I found out they were 16mm thick. I need 12mm or lower fans for a project.

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  6. gtbrown001
    gtbrown001 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    As a SFF enthusiast, I'm always on the lookout for premium slim fans

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  7. Tyrian2k
    Tyrian2k 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    16:21 how many toyota corollas' that would be?

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  8. saultube44🇺🇦
    saultube44🇺🇦 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    See how Intel is evolving, why lie with a Chiller and all the hustle that implies when you just do the laziest BS possible: some chip in a Glass Enclosure and call it whatever you want; but actually if you think about it, it's getting even worse, 'coz not even running, wow, things are not going well for Intel, screws are getting unscrewed and wheels are rolling downhill, awww poor Intel can't catch a break.
    Right To Repair: should be in the Constitution of every Country.
    Critic: Steve, you manage to make computing news, unnecessarily, long, boring and old, really fast: you repeat many words and definitions, you try to speak to many words inside your mouth, hence not vocalizing them well, like they didn't matter; your way of delivering is chaotic, jumping all over the news piece, and announcing them like you were already tired of delivering the news; you're your worst enemy: "Stop, get some help" -Michael Jordan
    having said this: I'm all for small comedy and interesting implications comments about tech, but you tend to ramble and wonderland about things.
    HBM3: The 9 video cards should have it: Ngreedia 1090 (1000 series TITANs), 2090, 3090 and the AMD 6900 & 6950

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  9. LanceEvilProductions
    LanceEvilProductions 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    That GPU is as usable as the hidden egs and crystal key from Banjo Kazooie

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  10. Nicholas Picholas
    Nicholas Picholas 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    fans are indispensable for modern PCs, the more weird/different fans that are on the market, the more that builders can experiment with them in different cases

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  11. Cloud Strife
    Cloud Strife 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    GN: Yes, I should be–good lord, what is happening in there?!
    Intel: ARC GPU in action
    GN: Ah- ARC GPU in action!? At this time of year, at this time of day, in this part of the country, localized entirely within your acrylic case?
    Intel: Yes.
    GN: …May I see it in action?
    Intel: …No.

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  12. Tyler Lambert
    Tyler Lambert 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Glass Prison!!

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  13. Bryan Switzer
    Bryan Switzer 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I want to mess with HBM in general everything just chunks of hbm or something that works.

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  14. Yodelmaster Gunnhildor
    Yodelmaster Gunnhildor 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Hey, random thought, is it possible to make a custom fan shape that is 1 single fan, that covers the ENTIRE board? Like a large, rectangular fan, that is the same dimensions as the card it is cooling?

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  15. evl kenevl
    evl kenevl 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    4:15 Ooh Yea, take it off! Bow chikka wow wow!

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  16. Chin Foh Hee
    Chin Foh Hee 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I have a vertical GPU bracket, and it push my card forward close to my front 280 radiator, cause me put the top fan as pull and the lower fan as push configuration, now I can get the P14 Slim to replace the lower fan.

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  17. Ayumu Aikawa
    Ayumu Aikawa 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    10:28 so basically we could finally replace disc drive on an Xbox one without having to keep the paired drive chip with the motherboard? If yes this is huge for the lifespan of console

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  18. Katherine Silens
    Katherine Silens 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I can already see the Apple shenanigans. Provide phones to emergency responders, make it a PR campaign, and then claim all their phones as emergency response equipment.

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  19. EXPeriMENTAL
    EXPeriMENTAL 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    This intel arc stuff is gonna be such an anti climax

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  20. Willus Kingsford
    Willus Kingsford 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I’m pumped for the slim fans, definitely going into my next build

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  21. SocialistSuccubus
    SocialistSuccubus 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    YES! I very much care about thinner fans! I am actually a happy owner of an NZXT H510 that I installed a front hwlabs BIN 280GTR in the front slot (which required removing the cable cover- don't worry, the rad covers any cables) and a BIN GTX120 in the back slot- this cools great, and it's way more cooling than I will ever need, but the inside of the case gets very hot. I had to remove the top fan because there isn't enough space between the radiator and the fan slot for a full sized noctua fan, and my options are either a slimline 120mm noctua (which to me, will throw off my aesthetic- I have two noctua industrials in the front and a noctua redux in the back, I really don't want THREE different types of fans in this case esp not the brown tbh my whole system is black/grey/purple) or now this. Artic is the only other fan company I really trust other than Noctua and be Quiet, unless you count the ridiculous server fans I sometimes use) and I'm sure before long we'll see a black or maybe an RGB one of these fans that will, despite not being noctua, still clash less than the regular noctua would. Really noctua- PLEASEEEEEE get on artic's level here. In fact, go a step further than just makine a 140mm slimine- make a redux and industrial slimline too! I'll buy a full set of either for this build, and my other build, and any clients machines I build. I love slimline fans they make great radiator fans for thin rads and they also perform better in push/pull than normal fans in push or pull only configs.

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  22. Time Painter Tune Bird
    Time Painter Tune Bird 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Not covering farm equipment is killing half the point of that r2r bill. And now John Deere won't have to deal with an alliance of farmers and tech geeks, just the farmers.

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  23. IamLegendAnon
    IamLegendAnon 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I care about thinner fans!

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  24. Ace of Hearts
    Ace of Hearts 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    When will GDDR7 come out?

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  25. Luke Hall
    Luke Hall 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    The Dream theater reference made me happy.

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  26. Dubious Demeanor
    Dubious Demeanor 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Thin fans can make small form factor builds MUCH easier.

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  27. Pete Nielsen
    Pete Nielsen 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    A simple translation of the exceptions within the state Right to Repair bill: the legislators were paid off by John Deere.

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  28. NapoleAn3
    NapoleAn3 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    P14 slim might be useful for me. Been struggling with finding a good value/performance fan for an air cooled SG-13 build.

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  29. Grimmy Hendrix
    Grimmy Hendrix 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    This "Right to Repair" bill passing is HUGE!!! Hopefully we'll see more states get on board now that NY has set the precedence…? Thank you so much GN and Louis Rossman for championing this cause! It's a MAJOR issue that far too many ppl are UN-aware of and I'm so happy and SO GRATEFUL to see those of you with so much REACH using it for such a good cause (on so many levels). You guys are fkn AWESOME!!!

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  30. rawdez
    rawdez 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    thin fans are great, thick fans also are great. fans in general are great. I need more fans.

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  31. Silent
    Silent 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    New ihs look amazing tbh

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  32. Wilde Summit
    Wilde Summit 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Slimmer fans I feel with only really be beneficial to me personally for a water cooled SFF build for my semi.

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  33. Cris n Mary Fam
    Cris n Mary Fam 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    14:36 Yes! This (might) be great for low profile fitment, a 280 rad in some of these fancy new SFF cases (or similar applications)… This might be what the doctor ordered. Cant wait to see them in some builds and tested.

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  34. 802 Garage
    802 Garage 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I actually need fans exactly like what Arctic is launching for my last case due to a bad design where the radiator goes and I couldn't clip the top mesh back on without hitting standard thickness fans. I think there were only one or two other companies that even made 140mm slim fans with 140mm spacing and they were nearly impossible to get.

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  35. lilkoolaidmann
    lilkoolaidmann 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I was interested in the fans because I have a push-pull 280 in an 011 Dynamic, and it makes the headers at the top near impossible to get to

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  36. gidderman
    gidderman 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    TBH i use a pair of prolimatech ultra sleek vortex 140x15mm pwm fans to cool my 1080ti strix oc GPU. All i did was remove the stock shroud and fans, i cut back a few metal bits on the heat sink frame, then plugged the fans into the ext. fan headers on the gpu itself. I tied them on with very thin zip-ties. They are super duper quiet and keep the card cool stuffed in an SS RVZ02 Case.

    For clarity i also installed 3x NoiseBlocker Pro 80mm slim fans in the top of the RVZ02 case im using. I had to cut holes in the top of the case and installed fan gaurds. I wired those into the factory harness of the gpu fans.

    I also installed another Ultra Sleek Vortex 140×15 onto my Big Shuriken 2 Rev.B cpu cooler, and like i said, its very quiet. I cannot handle loud PC fan noise so i must have tried 10 fan configurations before i landed on what i have now. It really only makes a bit of a blowing sound. It took some fan profile tuning of course. I am happy with it, -temps are always under 80c and thats with an 6700k @ 4.4Ghz + 1080ti Strix OC. It is rock solid stable too.

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  37. Jordan Anderson
    Jordan Anderson 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I actually needed a 140 mm slim fan a few years ago but couldn't find a decent quality one, so I ended up with a slim 120 instead. If this fan had been out then I would have bought it.

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  38. JJ U
    JJ U 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Personally not interested, but glad it's available for others

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  39. caitsith2007
    caitsith2007 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Yes! Should be able to fit 3x140mm SLIM fans in an 011d bottom plate on my x299 build!

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  40. Meatsweats
    Meatsweats 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I have a Y60 case, I also have a side rad on it, I'd love me a 45mm thicc boi fan tbh.

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  41. Alhaji Daniel
    Alhaji Daniel 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Sir, I like ur videos and all your highly informative content, but, you are getting large in size…. take care of it now before ur breasts become like that of Jayz2Cents.

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  42. 平和
    平和 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Yeah, Right to repair!

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  43. Bob Lister
    Bob Lister 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Still scratching my head at naming an exploit after a program that is used to update alot of distro's but whatever. The 140 fans I could have used when I did my last build to actually fit a rad in the case they'd be interesting to me to see how well they'd do for static pressure. The splitters come in handy for for making rads look clean by wrapping the extra cable around the fans and only having one cable coming out.

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  44. d3jake
    d3jake 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I run an older Corsair C70 case, so slim fans are not terribly useful for me.

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  45. xpyr
    xpyr 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    I hope gamers nexus does a comparison using the slim 140 mm fans vs regular 140 mm fans.

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  46. Richard Zippler
    Richard Zippler 22 June, 2022, 10:43

    Slim fans are great for sff, I have two slim 120's in my system right now. I don't think I've seen a case that could make use of a slim 140 that doesn't already support regular 140's. Maybe if you wanted to use a thicker radiator but I don't know enough to say if thicker rad+slim fans is better or worse than a slimmer rad+ standard fans

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