Category archives for: Hardware

Microsoft’s Finally Fixing Surface Pro 4 Which Have Flickering Issues

If you have a Surface Pro 4 which had premature death or performance issues since the firmware update Microsoft provided back in July then we have some news for you. The issue might appear as an embedded controller or UEFI storage manager Error 10, screen flickering or even just a general degradation in performance; the […]

Intel Ghost Canyon NUC Coming In 2020?

Intel is planning a new  small form factor NUC system dubbed Ghost Canyon X according to a report by FanlessTech. Ghost Canyon X will feature a larger 5 liter form factor that will be able to accomodate a discrete graphics card along with both M.2 and SATA 3 storage. The Ghost Canyon X NUC will […]

MSI Debets GTX 1060 6GB Armor 6GD5X OC Graphics Card – Packs GDDR5X Memory

MSI is launching a refreshed GTX 1060 graphics card that uses GDDR5X for its 6GB of video memory rather than GDDR5. The aptly named GTX 1060 Armor 6GD5X OC graphics card shares many features of the existing Armor 6G OC (and OCV1) that the new card is a refresh of including the dual TORX fan […]

For A Limited Wraith Max LED Cooler Comes With Select Ryzen CPUs

AMD has a special treat for anyone looking  to build a Ryzen rig this holiday season.  The Ryzen 7 2700 and  Ryzen 5 2600X are being made available with an upgraded Wraith Max LED cooler packed inside instead of the coolers that normally ship with them. AMD sells five Wraith coolers With their CPUs and […]

SilverStone Announces 700W SFX PSU – Not SFX-L!

  There have been small 600 watts PSUs, heck SilverStone even hit 800 watts, but only in the SFX-L form factor.  That is too big to meet the official SFX specification and therefore doesn’t always fit the bill in small format factor case. Now SilverStone has announced the first true SFX PSU that hits 700 […]

G.SKill Debuts Trident Z Royal RGB DDR4 – It Is Both Fast and Pretty

G.Skill has announced that its new Trident Z Royal is ready The RAM doesn’t just have a unique appearance though; it is some of the fast ram out there.   The Trident Z Royal is second to none in G.Skill’s lineup The Trident Z Royal RAM is packaged in polished aluminum heatspreaders that come in either gold […]

G.SKILL Debuts DDR4-4266 64GB And DDR4-4000 128GB Memory Kits

Two new RAM kits have been announced by G.SKILL. The smaller of the two new kits has eight 8GB DIMMs clocked at DDR4-4266 CL19-19-19-39 @1.45V while the larger has eight 16GB DIMMs running DDR4-4000 CL19-19-19-39 @ 1.35V. The DIMMs have been validated on the ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE II motherboard with the Intel Core i9-9920X and […]

NVIDIA Debuts The Quadro RTX 4000

NVIDIA’s newest Turing based HPC card the RTX 4000 has arrived, with 2304 CUDA cores, 288 Tensor Cores, 36 RT Cores, and 8GB of GDDR6 on-board GPU memory. NVIDIA hasn’t released any benchmarks as of yet but do state the new memory will offer a 40% increase in bandwidth compared to the previous P4000 and […]

HTC’s Vive Focus VR Headset Launches In North America

  HTC’s Vive Focus virtual reality (VR) headset is finally making its way to markets outside of Asia: HTC Vive announced during a press event in San Francisco Thursday that the standalone headset is coming to 37 new markets in North America and Europe. The headset will sell for $599 in the U.S., with HTC […]

AMD Debuts The First-Ever 7nm GPU

AMD has won the race to 7 nanometers with its new Vega-based Radeon Instinct MI60 and MI50 graphics cards. Right now the 7nm GPU market isn’t for  gamers or even graphic pros – but for deep learning and other AI tasks in the data center. But remember we say the the Radeon Vega Frontier Edition […]

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