Category: PC Hardware Reviews

Aug
16

ATP Announces eMMC5.1 3D NAND Storage For Extreme Temperatures

By Anton Shilov ATP recently introduced its new eMMC storage solutions designed for industrial applications and rough environments. The storage devices are based on 3D NAND memory and can work in SLC and MLC modes, depending on the model. ATP’s […]

Aug
16

Cooler Master Launches Wraith Ripper Cooler for Threadripper 2 CPUs

By Anton Shilov Cooler Master has announced its Wraith Ripper, the air cooler that AMD recommends for its latest Threadripper 2 processors. The cooler can dissipate up to 250 W of power and features programmable RGB lighting. Cooler Master’s Wraith […]

Aug
15

An Interview with Lisa Spelman, VP of Intel’s DCG: Discussing Cooper Lake and Smeltdown

By Ian Cutress As part of the summit, we were given an opportunity to sit down with Lisa Spelman, VP of Intel’s Data Center Group and General Manager of Xeon Products, about the new processors. Over the course of 22 […]

Aug
15

Samsung Releases Exynos Modem 5100 – First Multi-Mode 5G Modem

By Andrei Frumusanu Today Samsung announced its new Exynos Modem 5100 – what it claims to be the industry’s first multi-mode 5G modem. While over the last few months, and years, we’ve heard a lot of news regarding 5G modems […]

Aug
15

Inno3D Releases iChill Memory Modules with RGB LEDs, Up to DDR4-4000

By Anton Shilov Inno3D is primarily known for its graphics cards featuring highly custom cooling systems, but apparently the company has decided to expand its business beyond that. This week Inno3D introduced its first memory modules carrying its signature iChill […]

Aug
14

Khronos Group Releases Neural Network Exchange Format 1.0, Showcases First Public OpenXR Demo

By Nate Oh Today at SIGGRAPH the Khronos Group, the industry consortium behind OpenGL and Vulkan, announced the ratification and public release of their Neural Network Exchange Format (NNEF), now finalized as the official 1.0 specification. Announced in 2016 and […]

Aug
14

NVIDIA Announces Turing-Powered Quadro RTX Family: RTX 8000, 6000, & 5000 Arrive In Q4’2018

By Ryan Smith Alongside today’s announcement of their new Turing GPU architecture, NVIDIA has also announced the first three products that will use the first Turing GPU. Breaking from tradition, NVIDIA has announced the workstation-class Quadro parts first. Part of […]

Aug
14

NVIDIA Reveals Next-Gen Turing GPU Architecture: NVIDIA Doubles-Down on Ray Tracing, GDDR6, & More

By Ryan Smith Moments ago at NVIDIA’s SIGGRAPH 2018 keynote presentation, company CEO Jensen Huang formally unveiled the company’s much awaited (and much rumored) Turing GPU architecture. The next generation of NVIDIA’s GPU designs, Turing will be incorporating a number […]

Aug
14

NVIDIA SIGGRAPH 2018 Keynote Live Blog (4pm Pacific)

By Ryan Smith NVIDIA’s 2018 SIGGRAPH Keynote will be kicking off momentarily. Read more here:: Hardware Reviews

Aug
14

Enermax Unveils LiqTech TR4 II LCS: A 500W TDP Threadripper 2 Cooler

By Anton Shilov Enermax on Monday introduced its new LiqTech TR4 II closed-loop liquid cooling systems, which are designed for use with AMD’s latest Ryzen Threadripper 2 processors. Just like its predecessor, the new LCS covers 100% of processor’s IHS […]