Thermaltake has just introduced a new fan series in their Riing 12 and Riing 14 LED Radiator Fan Series. These fans will be available in 4 different colors / LED styles and you have the choice of getting them in a 120 mm or 140 mm version.
In order to help people understand the level of processor performance and make an informed purchase decision based on their needs, Intel Atom processors will now be offered in three distinct brand levels in a good/better/best construct – the Intel Atom x3, x5 and x7 processors. This change will start with the next generation of processors. Intel Atom x3 processor provides basic, but genuine Intel-level tablet, phablet and smartphone performance.
It looks like NVIDIA is dominating the GPU market. According to the latest report from Jon Peddie Research (JPR) in Q3 of 2014 NVIDIA secured 76% of the GPU market share leaving AMD with just 24%. Both Matrox and S3 are now out of the game with Matrox losing its small 0.10% market share to NVIDIA.
ASUS today announced the world’s fastest and first complete line-up of SuperSpeed+ USB 3.1 solutions, including range-wide motherboards with built-in USB 3.1 and two ASUS USB 3.1 Cards. The latter are the new PCI Express (PCIe) expansion card with either dual Type-A sockets or reversible Type-C, that fits quickly and easily to bring breakneck speeds to existing PCs.
The GeForce GTX 970 memory allocation issue just does not seem to go away for NVIDIA. Earlier this week a class action lawsuit was filed against NVIDIA for deceptive business practices and misleading advertising dealing with the GTX 970. Now Jen-Hsun CEO of NVIDIA has made an official statement on the NVIDIA blog.
Not that long ago HGST, formally knows as Hitachi Global Storage Technologies announced their 10TB helium-filled drives and it looks like we will be seeing them come to market very soon. This new drive will be part of HGST’s UltraStar HelioSeal line and will have seven platters inside with each having a capacity of 1.43 TB.
It has been reported that Intel has delayed the launch of its next-generation “Skylake” desktop CPUs to August 2015. This is from its normal release schedule of launching a new CPU each Q2 of each year. Skylake is Intel’s next-generation CPU architecture that is built on the companies 14 nm silicon fab process.
It looks like the GeForce GTX 970 memory allocation issue is not going to go away for NVIDIA. Owners of the card have put together all of the technical information and have filed a class-action lawsuit in a US Court (District Court for the Northern District of California). The lawsuit is titled, “Andrew Ostrowsky (and others in similar situation) vs. NVIDIA Corporation and GIGABYTE Global Business Corporation”. The lawsuit accuses the defendants of unfair, unlawful, and deceptive business practices, in three separate charges, and misleading advertising, demanding for Jury Trial.
It has almost been 2 weeks since we first reported on the FrozenCPU situation. It had been reported that they were closing their doors and a lot of other gossip came out about the owner of the company. This was big news to many people as FrozenCPU offered one of the largest selections of Watercooling and PC modification parts, especially in the US. After our first report, we followed up with a second, and now we have a final update.
NVIDIA has upset many mobile gamers by disabling overclocking on their mobile GPUs in the GTX 900M series in a recent driver update. Under pressure from any angry users NVIDIA plans to revert this change and bring overclocking back to mobile GPUs.
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