/r/hardware/

r/hardware

3.7M members
r/hardware is a subreddit with 3.7M members. Its distinguishing qualities are that the community is massive in size.
/r/hardware is a place for quality computer hardware news, reviews, and intelligent discussion.

Popular Topics in r/hardware

#1
News
: "Unpatchable vulnerability in Apple chip leaks secret encryption keys"
101 posts
#2
Discussion
: "Honest appreciation - I love what rtings.com is doing. Their product comparison and reviews platform is incredible. Such a fresh breath of air in an industry ruined by sponsored youtubers."
35 posts
#3
Info
: "Steam Deck OLED shows slight burn-in at 1,500 hours, or 750 hours at max HDR brightness | The Nintendo Switch OLED took 3,600 hours to show burn-in"
17 posts
#4
Rumor
: "Nvidia RTX 50-series Blackwell GPUs tipped to use 28Gbps GDDR7 memory with 512-bit interface | The next-gen Nvidia cards could launch in late 2024 or early 2025"
17 posts
#5
Review
: "[der8auer] Almost 400W under Full Load - The 14900KS is one of the Most Extreme CPUs ever Made"
17 posts
#6
Video Review
: "Fixing Intel's Arc Drivers: "Optimization" & How GPU Drivers Actually Work | Engineering Discussion"
11 posts
#7
April Fools
: "Intel Realizes the Only Way to Save x86 is to Democratize it, Reopens x86 IP Licensing"
1 post
#8
Misleading Title
: "We asked Intel to define 'AI PC'. Its reply: 'Anything with our latest CPUs'"
1 post

Member Growth in r/hardware

Daily
+2k members(0.0%)
Monthly
+63k members(1.7%)
Yearly
+495k members(15.4%)

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