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Intel Core i5-10600 shows up in 3DMark database

Following yesterday’s leak, a new listing of a Comet Lake processor has appeared in 3DMark’s database. This listing shows a Core i5-10600, detailing some of its specifications, and new Z490 motherboard, the MSI Z490 Gaming Carbon. The entry of the new processor was reported by Twitter user momomo_us, who got …

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X670 chipset might be outsourced, arriving in late 2020

The next-generation X670 chipset from AMD will be produced by a third-party, according to insider sources. These same sources also revealed that X670 would release in late 2020, alongside the 7nm+ Ryzen 4000 CPUs. The current X570 platform is manufactured in-house, by AMD, unlike the previous 300-series and 400-series motherboards. …

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Samsung is working on self-emissive QLED diodes

Samsung researchers have found a new way to create self-emissive QLED diodes that extends their lifespan and efficiency, but it’s still not certain that displays with self-emissive diodes will come to the consumer market. Dr. Eunjoo Jang and Dr. Yu-Ho Won, both researchers at Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, published a paper …

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BenQ announces the PD3420Q Designer Monitor

Following the growing ultrawide monitor trend, BenQ is expanding its DesignVue lineup with the BenQ PD3420Q Designer Monitor, aimed at multimedia professionals and content creators who need accurate colour representation for their work. On the outside, the PD3420Q is similar to the latest PD models from BenQ, with a borderless …

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Cherry launches the Secure Board 1.0 keyboard

Cherry, a well-known manufacturer of computer input devices and mechanical switches, has announced the release of its new keyboard, the Secure Board 1.0. This keyboard was designed with security in mind, introducing various security features to reduce risks and threats to its users. The Secure Board 1.0 comes with a …

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Intel releases the new SSD 665p series

Intel has launched its second generation QLC 3D NAND SSDs, succeeding the 660p series with the 665p series. The new Intel SSD 665p series is the “first 96-layer QLC-based PCIe SSD” to be manufactured. The 665p series comes with in a 1TB or 2TB capacity, offering “great value for everyday …

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Acer unveils new line of Chromebook Enterprise systems

Acer has announced six new enterprise-grade Chromebooks. These machines are part of Google’s Chrome Enterprise device list, which means they are completely integrated into Google’s cloud. The new devices were designed and engineered to “meet the needs of enterprises and various business sectors”. With the cloud-native tools, 24/7 support and …

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Akasa launches the Cypher MX3 mini-ITX case

Akasa’s latest case is for the customers who are trying to save valuable desk space. Recommended for use in business or education environments, the Akasa’s Cypher MX3 is a thin mini-ITX case for compact PC builds. The Cypher MX3 is an ultra-compact (less than 2L volume) case made with 0.8mm SGCC …

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Former Directors of Arkane Studios launch WolfEye Studios

After leaving Arkane Studios, former president and creative director Raphael Colantonio, alongside former executive producer Julien Roby, launched their new independent project – WolfEye Studios. Despite its recent launch, the studio will announce its first game at The Game Awards 2019. Colantonio, now President and Creative Director at WolfEye, stated that “after taking …

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