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Intel Tiger Lake to use SuperFin and SuperMIM technologies

With the release of Intel Tiger Lake coming soon, more details about the new architecture have surfaced. Intel’s latest mobile chips use an intranode architecture restructure by implementing both SuperFin and SuperMIM technologies, offering a performance improvement equivalent to a “node leap”. The name SuperFin comes from the use of redesigned …

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Intel Core i3-1115G4 processor spotted with a 3.0GHz base clock

Intel hasn’t yet shared details about its upcoming Tiger Lake processors, but a new leak might give us an idea of what’s about to come. The Intel Core i3-1115G4 Tiger Lake processor was spotted in SiSoftware, and with it, some juicy details of its core configuration, base clock, and L2 and …

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Philips announces new 4K and QHD IPS monitors

Philips is about to expand its lineup of office displays with two physically similar 27-inch monitors. Although identical on the outside, each one of these monitors has its own set of specifications, including different panels, connectivity ports, and technologies. The Philips 279P1 uses a 4K, 10-bit IPS panel with a …

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Netgear introduces two new WiFi 6 access points

Netgear’s two new access points are the Insight Managed WiFi 6 AX1800 WAX610 and WAX610Y. Designed to bring WiFi 6 performance to small businesses and a higher number of concurrent devices connected, these new APs are suited to be used in any environment. The WAX610 family is perfectly suited for “moderate to high …

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EVGA announces the SuperNOVA 1600 and 1300 G+ PSUs

EVGA has just launched the successors of the award-winning EVGA 1600 G2 and 1300 G2 power supplies. The new SuperNOVA 1600 and 1300 G+ PSUs are the latest addition to the SuperNOVA G+ line of 80+ gold power supplies, set to continue to deliver the “EVGA quality and performance” that the G2 PSUs …

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Intel Tiger Lake-H rumoured to release in Q1 2021

Intel's Tiger Lake architecture is expected to be introduced on September 2nd. Starting with the Tiger Lake-U, this series will succeed the Ice Lake-U processors and will be the first featuring the new Xe Graphics and Willow Cove cores, but this may just be the tip of the iceberg. There's a new rumour suggesting that Intel is already working on higher-end Tiger Lake-H CPUs.

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