Beats Snapdragon 710 SoC in Antutu
An unknown device with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 675 SoC has been spotted in a couple of benchmark databases, showing some performance details for this 11nm mid-range chip announced back in October last year.
New overclocking record
ADATA was proud to announce that its XPG Spectrix D80 RGB memory module has hit 5,584MHz while running on a 9th generation Core i9 CU and Z390 motherboard.
High price tag for a 1440p monitor
There were quite a few monitors at the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas, but judging from the praise it got around the net, Razer's 27-inch Raptor gaming monitor was obviously the star despite its high price tag as well as the fact that it is sticking to an IPS panel and lower 1440p resolution.
48MP camera, SD660 and an affordable price tag
As promised and teased earlier, Xiaomi-s CEO, Lei Jun, has now officially unveiled the Redmi Note 7, the first smartphone that will be a part of the Redmi as a sub-brand, have 48-megapixel rear camera, and Snapdragon 660 SoC, all with rather impressive CNY999 ($150) price tag.
A decent part of AMD's CES 2019 keynote hosted by AMD CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, was about the upcoming second generation EPYC CPUs, confirming it is on track and will be shipping in the middle of the year.
Most without iGPU
During its CES 2019 keynote, Intel unveiled a total of seven new Coffee Lake CPUs, mostly which are a part of the new F-series, lacking iGPU.
Partners with Audio Note (UK)
Although the star of EVGA's CES 2019 show was the RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin Edition, the company also used the opportunity to launch its first dedicated sound card, the NU Audio, engineered by Audio Note (UK), veterans in the audio industry.
1440p, 144Hz monitor with RGB lighting
Gigabyte has recently teased a rather interesting Aorus gaming monitor at a couple of its social media accounts and it did not take long before it was detailed as the Aorus AD27QD, a 27-inch 1440p monitor that will have some unique features.
Coming later this month for a cool $2,499
Just as teased earlier, Nvidia has officially announced the new Titan RTX graphics, providing an impressive 130 Tensor TFLOPs performance and packing 24GB of GDDR6 memory.