News tagged ‘computex 2013’
Monday, 27 May 2013
OCZ has just announced its new Vertex 450 Series SSDs. This new drive fits in between its high-end Vector and mainstream Agility drives and uses its in-house developed Indilinx Barefoot 3 M10 controller.
Thursday, 23 May 2013
Cooler Master is set to reveal a slew of their new products at Computex 2013. From the Elite 130 mini-ITX to the next generation CM 690 full tower casings, the company also has plans to showcase their new Glacier premium water cooling series. In addition, their Haswell-compliant V-series PSUs will be on show.
Wednesday, 22 May 2013
Intel has revealed some of the advancements made in power management for their upcoming 4th generation Intel Core processors. These new chips have been touted to reduce idle power by as much as twenty times due to new power optimization technology and improvements made to the 22nm Tri-Gate transistor.
Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Thermaltake has compiled a list of power supply units (PSUs) that support Intel "Haswell" CPUs as some low-end and budget PSUs are supposedly unable to deliver small amounts of power to support the processor's new C6/C7 low-power states.
Enermax has just announced five new cooling fan models that feature its patented APS (Adjustable Peak Speed) control technology. This innovation will allow manual speed control of a fan's peak speed and the speed will be regulated by pulse-width modulation or by an integrated thermal sensor.
Monday, 20 May 2013
Today, we were briefed on MSI's soon to be released G-Series gaming notebooks. The latest generation of gaming notebooks from MSI will feature the newest Haswell Intel processors and AMD APUs. Read on to find out what you can expect.
Friday, 10 May 2013
ASUS posted a video on YouTube to tease its upcoming products at Computex 2013, which will include a new Transformer tablet with a stylus.
Thursday, 2 May 2013
Intel has just released graphics performance charts of its new Haswell processors, which will be launched in June. If the charts are anything to go by, Haswell could finally deliver performance equivalent to discrete graphics cards.