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Hardware News

Intel’s Discrete GPU Development Unveiled

It looks like Intel is making progress in its development of a discrete GPU architecture. This of course comes in the wake of their hiring of Raja Koduri, AMD's former Radeon Technologies Group (RTG) head. At the IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco Intel unveiled slides pointing to the direction in which its GPU development is headed. They are essentially scaling up their existing iGPU architecture, and allowing it to sustain high clock speeds better.

Drevo Joyeuse
Input Devices

Drevo Joyeuse 96-Key Wireless Mechanical Keyboard Review

The last keyboard from Drevo that I took a look at was the Calibur, which actually turned out to be one of my favorite keyboards of 2017. So getting a new keyboard from Drevo it definitely has a lot of live up to. Today we have the Joyeuse, which is a 96-key keyboard that features low-profile mechanical switches, an aluminum alloy housing, wireless capability, white LED backlighting, and a super-thin design. Drevo tells us this keyboard is really made for office settings and typists, so we wouldn't call it a gaming keyboard, but we are going to put it through the paces...

Hardware News

Microsoft To Add “Ultimate Performance Mode” To Windows 10

In a recent blog post Microsoft detailed some new features that have become available for Microsoft's Inside Program fast ring users. The one that catches most attention is "Ultimate Performance Mode". This is a performance plan integrated into Windows, which more or less throws all of the power saving features out of the window to make sure your system is running at peak performance.

Hardware News

Intel Reimagines Data Center Storage with New 3D NAND SSDs

Today, Intel announced the Intel SSD DC P4510 Series for data center applications. The P4510 Series uses 64-layer TLC Intel 3D NAND to enable end users to do more per server, support broader workloads and deliver space-efficient capacity. The P4510 Series enables up to four times more terabytes per server and delivers up to 10 times better random read latency at 99.99 percent quality of service than previous generations.

Havit HV-TPC68 USB C Hub
Reviews

Havit HV-TPC68 USB C Hub Review

USB Type-C is something we are seeing a lot more, not just on motherboards, but on laptops as well. The Type-C connection not only is smaller, but is also the same connection use for Thunderbolt 3. With many new laptops opting for USB Type-C and having Thunderbolt 3 there is a lot of bandwidth there that really is not used, especially when it comes to Ultrabooks. The common thing now with Ultrabooks is to have two Type-C ports and possibly one other normal Type-A port. That is really limiting if you want to connect more than one device. Also one thing that seems to be missing from most new Ultrabooks is a card reader. So that is where the new USB Type-C hubs come in and today we are checking out the Havit HV-TCP68, which gives you three USB 3.0 Type-A ports, a card reader, HDMI, and a Type-C port which can be used for charging. Let's see if it is the perfect accessory for your Ultrabook.

Hardware News

CORSAIR Launches the CORSAIR ONE ELITE

CORSAIR, a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced a new version of its award-winning CORSAIR ONE small form factor gaming PC, the CORSAIR ONE ELITE. Now featuring the latest 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8700K six-core CPU, the CORSAIR ONE ELITE boasts six liquid-cooled CPU cores, running at up to 4.2GHz, providing even more processing power to drive the latest games, streaming tools and demanding content creation applications, all at once.

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