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Tuesday, 21 January 2014 20:23

How about a 300 Mbps mobile internet speed?

Mobile Internet access in Korea becomes even faster. The local mobile operator SK Telecom has announced up to 300 Mbps via 3band LTE-Advanced. For comparison, conventional LTE offers a theoretical approach speed of 75 megabits, while LTE Advanced offers 150 megabits per second.

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Monday, 30 December 2013 22:51

Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H Review Part II - Performance

In part one of our review of the Gigabyte Z87-UD3H we looked at the design, features and layout of the board. Now in part two we are going to see if those choices were good or bad. Gigabyte has a fairly good history of designing boards that have great performance, but as have also seen boards that fall apart as soon as you push them (overclocking). So far it looks like the Z87X-UD3H has the right components and design to maintain performance for both stock use and also for overclocking. Let’s put that theory to the test shall we?

Sunday, 22 December 2013 17:10

Calxeda shutting down

Calxeda, one of the first companies that introduced ARM chips for servers, is closing its doors and starts the sale of its intellectual property.

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PowerColor has introduced a graphics card LCS R9 290X, which comes with 4GB of GDDR5 memory and water cooling. PowerColor graphics card is currently only (R9 Radeon 290X) on the market that instead of cooling fan has water cooling. It is composed of a closed block within which there is coolant, completely covering all the built-in components and keeping them at temperatures below 60 degrees Celsius even under maximum load.

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Gigabyte decided to fulfil increasing demands for higher data transfer speed and today announed official certification of Dual Port Thunderbolt 2 technology which will be implemented in their GIGABYTE Z87X-UD7 TH model motherboard. This technology will allow speeds of up to 20 Gb/s which is 4 times as much as USB 3.0 is offering and twice as much as the regular Thunderbolt. The new controller is codenamed "Falcon Ridge" and allows simultaneous data transfer across two channels per port.

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Sunday, 15 December 2013 17:09

ASRock Fatal1ty 990FX Killer

The new motherboard from ASRock that comes with a label FATAL1TY 990FX Killer is made around AMD's chipset (990FX), abd like others in the series has a Killer E2200 LAN network chip.

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Sunday, 08 December 2013 23:52

Gigabyte X79-UP4 Design and Feature Review

The X79 chipset is nothing new, in fact in motherboard years it is quite old. However that does not mean that is it obsolete. If anything there are still many people that use the platform for their Sandy Bridge-E CPUs and now that the Ivy Bridge – E is out it is a great option. As we have both of these CPUs in the lab we decided to take a look at a single X79 board and see how it fares with both the Core i7 3960X and 4960X. The board we chose for this is the Gigabyte X79-UP4. Since we have not had this board in the lab before we decided to do the full work up on the X79-UP4 before we dive into the meat of the matter and run both of these CPUs through our gauntlet of tests. So let’s get things started.

Monday, 02 December 2013 19:53

4K 24 inch monitor from Dell

Dell should soon unveil a new 4K monitor. This model marked UP2414Q comes with a diagonal of 24 inches, and even though there was no official announcement of the device, Dell presented specifications on their website.

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Wednesday, 20 November 2013 15:20

Vesuvius on the way

AMD has already developed dual-processor graphics card based on chip codenamed Hawaii, at least accroding to unofficial sources, which also state that the card is codenamed Vesuvius. When it appears on the market, it will most likely be the fastest and most expensive solution for demanding gamers and record breakers.

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Sunday, 17 November 2013 19:09

Cooler Master Silencio 652

Cooler Master Silencio 652 is a Midi Tower chassis with a total weight of 10.4 kg and dimensions of 220x507x508,6 mm. Inside the enclosure can be installed three 5.25 "devices, as well as nine 3.5" HDD. It is designed for installation of Micro ATX and ATX motherboards.

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