Despite being only a few hours away from the official launch of the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080Ti and RTX 2080 graphics cards, leaks continue to occur with respect to the new cards. Although this last leak is more the confirmation of something that we had already talked about in the past. And it is the fact that NVIDIA has chosen to provide its Founders Edition model with a heatsink that would dispense with the traditional blower type heatsink, by one equipped with two fans on its body.
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Despite the fact that smart televisions carry more and more functionalities and allow us to reproduce all kinds of content, sometimes it is preferable to have a computer directly connected to have total flexibility. Today we analyze the ECS LIVA Z2, a mini PC with Windows 10 and Intel Gemini Lake 14 nm processor capable of decoding HEVC by hardware, the codec used by 4K videos.
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Mobile markets can be difficult to predict. All we know for sure is that there are going to be new apps coming out at an incredible rate for as long as smartphones remain popular – and possibly long after, depending on what sort of device ultimately replaces what we currently think of as the modern smartphone. Even so however, there are certain trends and tech developments that can allow us to at least make educated guesses about forthcoming trends in the market.
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Last May, HP announced the renewal of its range of HP Omen 15 gaming notebooks, renewal in which, in addition to some small changes in the design to improve cooling and screen hinges, the manufacturer has taken the opportunity to install state-of-the-art hardware, such as an Intel Coffee Lake processor or NVIDIA GTX 1060 or GTX 1070 graphics. We have already had this new portable gaming in our hands, and then we leave you our experiences.
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A new filtration would confirm the few differences between the current chipset Z370, and Intel’s new top-end chipset, the Z390 chipset, which would hit the market simultaneously with the launch of the upcoming Coffee Lake-R processors, whose latest rumors they place it during the next month of October of this year 2018.
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In what may be nothing but a red herring unintentionally, the web of AMD France has made public the details of performance of the new processor AMD Threadripper 2990WX, the new processor top-end brand, with 32 inner cores and 64 data processing threads, thanks to the use of SMT (Simultaneous Multi Threading) technology.
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If you are looking for packers and movers in India that offer most smooth experience, look no further than the ShiftKarado. Moving to a new home or office is now easier than you thought as good folks at ShiftKarado take away your tension and do everything – from packing, transportation and relocating your goods to a new place.
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The first benchmarks of what appears to be an engineering sample of Intel’s next star processor have been leaked: the Intel Core i9-990K. This processor will be the first processor of eight cores and 16 threads that will be part of the mid range of this manufacturer, entering direct competition with the range of AMD Ryzen 7 processors.
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It has been leaked that Intel would have an NDA date scheduled for August 1, which is when the company would be launching a new processor. The really amazing thing about this new processor is that it would take the IHS welded to the internal die, to greatly improve the thermal conductivity inside the processor.
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A lot of emphasis is being placed, now that the two main consoles of the market are approaching the end of their life cycle, in which the next-gen consoles should be able to move the games with a 4K resolution and, at least, with a fps rate of 30 FPS. AMD has a lot to say about this. According to statements from AMD by Timothy Lottes, for a next-gen console to be able to play content at a 4K resolution and at least 30 FPS, it would need the console to be able to generate up to 7.4 TFLOPS of capacity. computation on the part of your graphic card. And we’re talking about doing it with a level of detail similar to what the current PlayStation 4 can produce.
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