Yesterday, Nvidia has finally raised the curtain and revealed to all of us the magic that is their new GTX10 series graphic cards. While they didn’t bring out all of cards that will have the new Pascal architecture, they showed off the two that really mattered.
ADATA is lighting up the depths of our cases (if we haven’t done so already) with their new XPG Dazzle modules. The new modules are a part of their Xtreme Performance Gear (XPG) line and are clearly targeted at the gaming segment if the PC community.
While they didn’t bring the likes of Optimus Prime or Megatron, CybertronPC was at PAX East this year showing off the new CLX line of powerful and custom gaming desktops and laptops.
In recent years there’s been a growing trend in the GPU segment of hardware for cards to have two BIOS ROMs. The idea is that if something were to happen to a BIOS, whether it becomes corrupted, updated to an unstable version, or if the card “bricks” from overclocking, that there’s another BIOS that can get the card working again. Its a great feature for overclockers and others who just like to tinker.
We all need extra memory either for taking that import presentation with you to a meeting or giving a friend a copy of a cool video you found on the internet. Well today SanDisk has announced a line of flash drives that will help you do that and more.