SilentiumPC is not currently a leading brand in terms of chassis is concerned, as it fights to open and expand in the PC market. But today has presented an improved version of one of its best-selling boxes Regnum RG1 TG, which incorporates tempered glass without frames.
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Silently Gigabyte has launched a new mid-high-end motherboard for the Z390 fashion chipset. While it is true that currently the brand has covered all the possible spectrum of the market, weeks after its long presentation presents its latest plate: the Gigabyte Z390 Designare.
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The German manufacturer Be Quiet! has recently introduced its new Pure Power 11 power supplies. In this new version of its economic range, the efficiencies of the new models can reach up to 80Plus Gold, while there will be models available from 300 W to 700 W, at prices quite affordable for all users.
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Almost 8 months after the presentation of the iPad 2018 and in full Keynote, Apple has presented several products that although they are remodeled and updated, the brand maintains its position on labeling them as new products. Among them and how could it be missing, is the iPad Pro 2018 that will have 4 main variants and several configurations with upgrades.
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Many users after long hours of gaming or intensive work end up with very painful wrists, either due to poor sitting posture or height differences. The truth is that even configuring our setup correctly there are people who suffer pain or simply do not feel comfortable with their keyboard. For them there are options with which Corsair has just presented, K70 RGB MK.2 LOW PROFILE and K70 RGB MK.2 LOW PROFILE RAPIDFIRE.
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The manufacturer of solid storage units, Crucial, has just presented its new Crucial P1 SSD models. These new models have been designed to use the PCIe bus on the motherboard, so they have been developed following the M.2 form factor. With this, they become perfect units to replace the solid storage units of thin laptops.
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Intel is not facing a good stage in this year 2018. Along with its problems of its lithography of 10nm the problems of supply of the chips to 14nm are added and later it has been criticized by the data that the company in charge of analyzing its Intel Core i9 -9900K did it for “error”. Now Gigabyte hand Intel has another small front in its 9th generation due to the temperature under overclocking.
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The NVIDIA RTX will complete a month from its presentation and the truth is that few data can be extracted from its performance under Ray Tracing. Let’s not talk about comparing with other architectures and much less making a comparison with an AMD graphics card, until today. Today, the real difference between the NVIDIA computing units versus the previous architectures under Ray Tracing can be accounted for.
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The wait finally ends: Intel has announced the long-awaited 9th generation of its desktop processors for mid-range and high-end, with which it intends to compete and surpass AMD. Three will be chosen for this purpose: i9-9900K, i7-9700K and i5-9600K, where only one of them will achieve the long-awaited figure of 5 GHz.
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Little is known at the moment of the Vega 20 card that AMD presented at the Taipei Computer Show and that as we confirmed will come in a lithography of 7 nm thanks to TSMC and with 32 GB of VRAM HBM2 in its version for Radeon Instinct. From the presentation by Lisa Su and the filtered data of TSMC, a series of conclusions have been drawn up to the point that Vega 20 could be up to 65% faster than Vega 64.
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