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In the September issue we clear the air on the Intel Core i9-9900K versus the AMD Radeon Ryzen 9 3900X: Find out which one you should buy. We’ve got a roundup of 5 great but ancient software apps users absolutely refuse to give up. Check out our first look at Intel’s 10th-gen ‘Ice Lake’ chips. Plus, don’t miss PCWorld's hands-on of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. All this and more can be found in the September issue of PCWorld.