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Sunday, 03 November 2013 22:29

Asus Z87-Expert Review Part II - Performance

So now that we have covered the design and features of the Asus Z87-Expert it is time to dive into how well the board performs. Asus has always been a company that talks up the performance that their products are capable of and, from our initial look, we can understand this. Asus is one of the companies that drives the market in terms of how to build a motherboard and the components used to squeeze as much performance as possible out of them. So with that in mind let’s just how well the Z87-Expert does perform when on the bench.

Tuesday, 16 July 2013 21:16

Acer gives up on Thunderbolt


Acer gives up the Thunderbolt interface in favor of widespread USB 3.0. According to the official announcement, Acer in the recent line of computers no longer intends to implement Thunderbolt, but also wants to focus their attention to fast USB 3.0 interface.

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Sunday, 09 June 2013 08:29

Intel's Thunderbolt flash memory


With the official presentation of generation Haswell processors, Intel also unveiled several other attractions at Computex. Among them is a prototype flash memory for fast Thunderbolt interface.

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Wednesday, 05 June 2013 21:15

Thunderbolt 2 Launched at Computex 2013


Intel has officially unveiled the Thunderbolt 2, the second generation of fast interface for connecting computers with a variety of peripheral devices. Thunderbolt 2 is a more advanced controller codenamed Falcon Ridge, while the cables and connectors remain the same as they were in previous editions.

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Tuesday, 09 April 2013 19:12

Even faster Thunderbolt


Intel's Thunderbolt is already one of the fastest interfaces available for connection of additional devices to the computer. Theoretical bandwidth of the current version of the standard is 10 Gbps, but Intel has announced a further improvement.

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