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Intel already has its new Optane H10 units with SSD ready, and they promise to catapult performance into laptops
Our first contact with Intel’s Optane memories left a very good taste in our mouths. The tests that we carried out in our laboratory almost two years ago with the first units that fell into our hands showed us that its strengths are its reduced latency and a random... Read more
How to choose graphics card for a PC: tips and shopping guide with 13 recommended models of all prices
The graphics card market has recovered a part of the emotion that it contained years ago. And is that during the past months both NVIDIA and AMD have launched their most ambitious graphics processors. In addition, they are proposals that opt for very different strategies , so users are... Read more
AMD gives battle to Intel in the laptops: more power, efficiency and security for the Ryzen PRO and Athlon PRO 2nd generation
The competition between Intel and AMD is not limited exclusively to desktop computers. At the beginning of last January, AMD unveiled its first second-generation Ryzen 3000 microprocessors for laptops , a family of solutions designed to compete in two of the segments with the most pull among users: gaming... Read more
Intel presents a bestial CPU with 56 cores and 112 threads (but not for gaming)
Extinguished already the race for the gigahertz, what we have left is a battle for the number of cores . Intel and AMD have been offering surprises in this area for some time, and Intel has once again taken a step forward. The company has introduced the Xeon Platinum... Read more
Mobiles with more RAM than many laptops: Samsung already mass-produces its 12GB modules for smartphones
The race to have more RAM in the phone is not new. But with each passing year it continues to surprise us that mobile phones need so much memory. The reality is that the Android system consumes a lot of memory and having more RAM allows you to better... Read more
NVIDIA surpasses Microsoft and Intel in its bid for supercomputers and purchases Mellanox for 6.9 billion dollars
NVIDIA confirms the purchase of Mellanox for 6,900 million dollars. This is done with the Israeli chip manufacturer for supercomputers , a crucial sector to strengthen services in the cloud. The completion of the purchase is expected by the end of 2019, but with its bid NVIDIA manages to... Read more
Samsung has the new UFS 3.0 flash memory for smartphones ready: twice as fast and with capacities up to 1TB
Samsung is unstoppable in the development of flash chips, since only a few weeks ago he presented us with his 1TB memory unit for smartphones, which is based on UFS 2.1 technology. Now Samsung is finally announcing the start of production of its first flash memory modules under the... Read more
The new USB 3.2 standard is ready: speeds of up to 20 Gbps and we will see it this year
We are almost two years away from announcing the USB 3.2 specification, which ended up delaying its deployment due to the delay in the launch of the USB-C. Today during the MWC 2019 , the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) finally confirmed that everything is ready for the arrival this... Read more
Snapdragon X55: the second generation of Qualcomm 5G modem now reaches up to 7 Gbps and is also compatible with 4G, 3G and 2G
While we are waiting to know, and try, the first smartphones compatible with 5G, Qualcomm is already announcing the second generation of its modem compatible with these new generation networks, which we met in 2016 under the name of Snapdragon X50 . Today, after just over two years, Qualcomm... Read more
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti approaches: Turing focuses on power and forgets about ray-tracing
Many are the rumors that in recent weeks have told us about the departure of the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti , some new NVIDIA graphics that will be based on the Turing TU116 processor but that interestingly will not belong to the new RTX 2000 family, but will keep... Read more