Lian Li announces new Chasis and a new partnership

Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd is an Aluminum Chassis and Chassis peripheral manufacturer and provider of industrial wholesale as well as OEM & ODM services for the PC industry as required. With over 20 years of service excellence, ISO 9001 certification and a team of professional staff willing to do the utmost to deliver durable, superior quality products. New Collaborations Lian Li has had a successful partnership with many of the strongest brands in the world and it will continue that going forward with a brand new lineup of products…

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AMD at CES: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

AMD last night had their first ever CES keynote, a historic event where they announced, what we had known for some time Zen2 based Ryzen 3000 is coming in Mid 2019 and it can compete head-on with whatever Intel has to offer at a better thermal and power envelope. We already knew about Intel’s 10 nm Plan from a few days backs and it feels like AMD will have free reign of the market for a decent amount of time before Intel has anything to offer. One of the odd…

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RTX 2060 Announced : $350 ‘Mainstream’ RTX Card

NVIDIA has announced the next member of the GeForce RTX video card family: the GeForce RTX 2060. Designed to offer performance around the outgoing GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, the new card will hit the streets next week on January 15th, with prices starting at $349. The GeForce RTX 2060 sports 1920 CUDA cores, meaning we’re looking at a 30 SM configuration, versus RTX 2070’s 36 SMs. As the core architecture of Turing is designed to scale with the number of SMs, this means that all of the core compute features…

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7nm is Here: AMD Reveals Zen 2

Back in 2017 when Zen was first announced it was a big big thing. AMD was finally bringing a processor out that could actually compete with Intel and it’s high-performance parts head on rather than really on the value aspect alone. Last night at AMD’s New Horizon event marked what is possibly the company’s most significant announcement post the initial Ryzen reveal. AMD’s Mark Papermaster spoke in detail about its new 7nm Zen 2  core and partnership with TMSC, which will be manufacturing it. From the outset, he claims a…

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9th Gen Core CPUs Launched; i9 comes to the mainstream

Intel has finally reached core parity with AMD on the mainstream again. With the announcement of the new 9th Gen parts and also the first i9 for the Mainstream platform, Intel has finally got an 8core 16 Thread processor. These processors are drop-in compatible with current Coffee Lake and Z370 platforms but are accompanied by a new Z390 chipset and associated motherboards as well.                                                    …

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4 new Ryzen 2000 parts released by AMD

AMD’s first Generation Ryzen processors were stacked with parts from the ultra-cheap Ryzen 1200 to the high end 1800x. By comparison, AMD had only released 4 true 2000 series Ryzen processors. However, with the release of these 4 CPUs, AMD is catering to all its customers. These new 2000-series processors based on Zen+ features: two X-series processors at 65W focused on overclocking with Precision Boost overdrive, and two E series parts at 45W. However, these new CPUs, at least the X parts, are not available for Retail as of right now.…

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Nvidia GeForce RTX 20 Series: The Biggest Generational leap ?

So after a full 4 to 5 months of pure speculations of the GeForce 20 series has been finally announced at Gamescom. Unlike previous launches, however, Nvidia is launching all their High-end parts together. The RTX family is made up of the Quadro series at the top and then the 2080Ti, 2080 and finally 2070. So what has changed, what are the pricing and what is the performance like? Good Questions let’s find out. So first up why RTX instead of the GTX? Well because of Ray Tracing. A Graphics technique…

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KINGDOM COME: DELIVERANCE PREVIEW

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is the first Big release on PC this year. 4 Years back I started following this crowd-funded Medieval RPG and took an interest in it. I also tried out their Beta Builds and found the performance of the port left a lot to be desired. Unfortunately, some of those issues still remain in the final build and it is for that reason I cannot present a full review of the game just now. Kingdom Come: Deliverance is developed by Warhorse Studios and published by Deep Silver. It uses CryEngine…

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ASUS lists support for unannounced Raven Ridge APUs

AMD had a massive 2017. They launched Ryzen and Threadripper and brought back competition to a PC segment that was on the verge of stagnation. 2018 also started well for the company. Raven Ridge APUs are a welcome addition to the PC market. Especially when discrete GPU pricing is so out of control. Raven Ridge currently comprises of 2 parts, both 65 w TDP, Ryzen 3 2200G and Ryzen 5 2400G. But now it looks like AMD has more Ryzen APUs on the horizon, with ASUS listing E-series variants of…

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