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NVIDIA has finally announced what we’ve all been waiting for and expecting: their new generation of consumer graphics cards based on the Turing architecture with ray-tracing capabilities. During yesterday’s conference, the company revealed three new cards, which includes the GeForce RX 2070, GeForce RTX 2080 and the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.
Up to 2TB capacity
ADATA has shown their new SU800 series of SSDs which all use 3D TLC NAND flash memory. According to the vendor these chips are supposed to offer enhanced performance when compared to SSDs that make use of planar NAND. In the case of the controller there is a Silicon Motion SM2285G and all the new drives features a 2.5 inch package.
Two fans seem better than one
Called Gigabyte B450i Aorus Pro WiFi
Turing announcement expected
A bunch of new models spotted
It's an open secret that the launch of NVIDIA's next-gen GPUs is just around the corner. According to the latest rumors, the company will switch away from the "GTX" branding adding the prefix "RTX" in front of the their high-end gaming grade graphics cards. Currently there is quite a lot of information online on the two different models and we've put together a list for you guys so you have an overview regarding what's coming from which vendor.
First LanCool branded tower since ages
During the CES 2018, we've heard that Lian Li is working on new products using their LanCool brand, which they've pushed to the side for quite a while. A few years ago, LanCool had a wide portfolio of cases which were designed and made by Lian Li. Basically LanCool was Lian Li's entry level brand. Bereits im Rahmen der diesjährigen CES konnte man vernehmen, dass Lian Li an einem Revival des LanCool Brands arbeitete. Unter dem LanCool-Namen führte NVIDIA über Jahre Einstigergehäuse, wobei der Brand aber vor geraumer Zeit von der Bildfläche verschwand. Nichtsdestotrotz hat sich Lian Li dem Brand nun wieder angenommen und stellt einen ersten neuen Tower vor.
A few days after the official launch
Last week, AMD unveiled their Threadripper 2000 series CPUs which include four new models. Shortly after the launch, several overclockers have uploaded results, which show that the these chips can be run at up to 6GHz. Vergangene Woche stellte AMD deren Threadripper 2000 Prozessoren vor. Kurz darauf tauchten bereits die ersten Resultate auf, die dem Chip - unter der Verwendung von flüssigem Stickstoff als Kühlmittel - einiges an Potential attestieren. Die Top-Resultate liegen dabei bei nicht weniger als 6GHz, was für einen Chip mit dieser Kernzahl alles andere als schlecht ist.
For Threadripper 2 CPUs
Alongside with the announcement of Threadripper 2 processors, AMD has unveiled a capable cooler that can handle the rumored 250W TDP, which these chips are supposed to produce. According to AMD, Threadripper 2 will come with an Asetek retention bracket providing compatibility with a number of closed-loop water coolers. For this particular cooler the company teamed up with Cooler Master to come up with a capable tower cooler as well.
Second EVGA X299 mATX available
Up to 5.0GHz in single core
Featuring RGB LEDs
First motherboard for Threadripper 2000 CPUs
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23rd Aug, 15th Sept and 21st of Sept are important
The American Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is currently in the process of deciding whether they want to accept or reject an number of different Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). These are certainly amongst the most important decisions regarding the further development of the cryptocurrency markets.
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