News tagged ‘intel’
Friday, 8 Jun 2012
Ivy Bridge processors are going places and enabling various compact computing units. Assisting this progress is Intel's very own Next Unit of Computing (NUC) that's smaller than your palm, and yet it packs an Ivy Bridge CPU. Find out what's coming your way in the next quarter.
Who would have thought the humble keyboard is all the real-estate required for a powerful computing system? Fortunately Wibtek is aware and we checked out their implementation.
Wednesday, 6 Jun 2012
The problem with an All-In-One PC today lies in its inflexible and non-standard design which does not allow the user to service or upgrade its components within. So what happens when the processor is running slow after 3 good years of use, but all other parts are still functioning like new?
Based on the Intel Z77 Chipset, the ROG Maximus V Formula Gaming motherboard supports both second and third gen Intel Core processors, and employs Fusion Thermo, an exclusive dual configuration which provides both air and water cooling. SupremeFX IV audio and GameFirst II further add-on to the board's impressive feature list.
Ultrabooks with touch screen are expected to dominate the laptop market this year with the launch of Microsoft's latest Windows 8 operating system.
Tuesday, 5 Jun 2012
ASRock will showcase their fresh technology kits at the Computex 2012 including (but not limited to) motherboards such as the X79 Extreme11 and Z77 Extreme6/TB4, and HTPCs such as the VisionX series.
Borrowing a page from high-end hyper cars, the Gigabyte X11 is the world's lightest ultrabook thanks to its full carbon fibre chassis.
Intel gave us an update of Thunderbolt technology's latest development in the industry today. However, not all devices are supported on the PC (yet).
Monday, 4 Jun 2012
Kingston has introduced their new HyperX dual-channel kits built specially for the new Intel third generation Core i7 and i5 processors. Kingston HyperX memory is available in 16GB and 8GB kits of two at 1600MHz, 2133MHz, 2400MHz and soon to be speedy 2666MHz frequencies.
When Ultrabooks were first released, it was still relatively easy to identify them. However, manufacturers are releasing even more form factors these days which has led to quite a bit of confusion. Thankfully, Intel has stepped in to clarify just what it takes to be labelled an Ultrabook.