Today, a weird looking image of the upcoming Galaxy A7 (2018) surfaced online. This image shows the rumored 5.7-inch bezel-less Full HD+ Infinity Display with a dual front-facing camera. However, this is about all we can observe from this image. Previous rumors suggest that this smartphone will come with a 1.6GHz Exynos 7885 octa-core processor coupled with 6GB of RAM. Speculations
segunda-feira, 20 de novembro de 2017
While it is already being speculated that Apple is preparing not one or two, but 3 new smartphones based on the design of the innovative iPhone X, fresh reports now suggest that the company could be releasing a refresh of the iPhone SE later in 2018. Dubbed the iPhone SE 2, Apple may be preparing
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Google’s Pixel smartphones have been plagued with a series of problems which include burn-in on the OLED panel, screen flash when the phone is unlocked, unresponsive screen edges and the faint buzzing sound during calls. Most of these issues have been handled via previous updates but the mysterious buzzing sound in the Pixel 2 still persist.
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At a launch event in Delhi, the Vivo V7 has been launched in the Indian market for Rs.18,999, a toned down version of the V7 Plus. Vivo V7 Design The V7 sports a design similar to it’s sibling, the V7 Plus. The front features a full screen display with the front facing camera sitting on
There is no better way to begin a new week than with an awesome giveaway, don’t you agree? Well, wait yes there is! It’s a giveaway with not 1, but 5 winners – 5 chances to win for all of your beloved Gizchina fans! This time we’re here to give you power guys, so five
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domingo, 19 de novembro de 2017
A mystery Huawei smartphone has leaked in images which is believed to be the Nova 3, the next smartphone in the Nova series by Huawei. The images give a good look of the phone from all the angles giving us a clear idea of its design. The Aurora branded phone sports a near full screen
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The Huawei Honor V10 is all set for launch on the 28th of November, days before which it has appeared on TENAA with the model number BND-AL00. The V10 has been the subject of rumors and leaks for weeks now. The images that have leaked show a smartphone with a full screen design and an
The relationship between Xiaomi and India is getting stronger by the day. Recall that some weeks ago, we reported that Xiaomi shipped 9.2 million smartphone units in Q3 2017 to become the top smartphone brand in India. Now, Xiaomi chief executive, Lei Jun has revealed that the company will invest as much as $1 billion in
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The Polaroid Insta-Share Printer, which was announced earlier this year, allows you to capture a photo and print it on 2 x 3-inch ZINK paper.
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Owners of OnePlus 3 and 3T can now rejoice because the company just announced today via its OnePlus user forum that it is incrementally rolling out its first official Android O OTA update for OP 3 and 3T as OxygenOS 5.0. This current Android system which many smartphone users desire to have comes with additional features for these smartphones. Here
Just a few days for the start of yet another big sale event in the form of Black Friday so all the brands and e-shops are arming up again. November is always a big month with both 11.11. and Black Friday so it more or less continuously flows between one another. Today we have for
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Huawei has announced that it will hold a new product launch event on November 28, when the annual flagship, Huawei Honor V10 will be officially unveiled. Well, just like OPPO did with OPPO R11s about a month ago, Huawei has now advertised the Honor V10 in some major Chinese cities. Some of the cities in
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Designed to complement the Razer Phone, the new Razer Hammerhead USB-C is a new take on Razer's Hammerhead buds, just with a USB-C connector instead.
The latest news from the company is that the Vivo V7 will be arriving in Malaysia later this week. That's quite soon, though it's to be expected from Vivo.
All selfie fans should be expecting the new selfie-centric camera from a Chinese manufacturer. The Meitu V6 is set to launch on November 23. The stir around this handset is conditioned by a few reasons. First, it comes with a luxurious look due to the ECCO leather with a delicate touch. Second, it is a
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Huawei is going to unleash the next full-screen smartphone in a few days, on November 28 at the Beijing University of Technology Gymnasium. The new model is the Huawei Honor V10, which has been designed for younger customers like its predecessor. Therefore, it is going to be priced affordably. Seems nothing surprising, but the manufacturer
Those who think Apple sells products are in a confusion. Those who think the Cupertino-based company succeeds due to the brand are in a less confusion. The most actual reason why this company succeeds and benefits a lot from any product it comes in with is that IT SELLS EMOTIONS. Recently, Apple announced the iPhone
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Today we kick off our new weekly round up of all the most interesting news, reviews and more that took place in the past 7 days. As you probably know, this week has been a busy one with the launch of the OnePlus 5T and some other major news. If you think you might have
With Gionee readying itself for a massive 8 product launch, a new smartphone from the manufacturer has just passed TENAA. The device which is under focus here is the Gionee GN5006. Thanks to the Chinese certification authority, these days we can have a sneak peek at upcoming smartphone designs. And here is how the Gionee
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sábado, 18 de novembro de 2017
As we draw closer to 2018, it is only natural for speculation of next year’s early devices to occur. Pictures of one such possible handset from Huawei have been snapped in the wild. These images found on rumour gold mine Weibo, are alleged to be of the Huawei P11 Plus. Delving into the details, the
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While most of the news emanating from the rumor mills in the past few months has shifted to the upcoming galaxy s9 and its variants, we are not unaware that Samsung has yet another flagship Smartphone – the SM-W2018 flip phone which is rumored to be made official before 2018 comes to an end. If
Samsung’s mid-range premium handset, the Galaxy A7 (2017) is getting monthly some software maintenance in November. It is being reported that the handset is getting the latest November security update in India. Earlier reports stated that the patch was rolling out for South Korea and the UAE. So, we expected this to be only a
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It’s that time of the year where geeks like use can buy some of the gadgets we’ve been wanting all year but weren’t willing to pay full price for. Electronics manufacturer – BESTEK – decided to get the ball rolling a week in advance with tons of interesting deals over on their website. In the
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The Galaxy S9 is Samsung’s next flagship smartphone, and without doubts could be its greatest phone ever. The device is rumored to come with the very latest hardware under its hood, and thanks to one of the many recent leaks, it appears the device will be ready for official unveiling at MWC 2018 as it
After teasing it a couple weeks back, Cubot have finally launched the Cubot F1; the latest wearable device coming from the notorious smartphone company. To give us an idea of the overall look of the smartwatch they’ve also released a short Youtube video; let’s check it out down below! As you could deduce from watching
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This is probably the best time of the year to buy electronic gadgets. Only a week back was Single’s Day with lots of interesting deals from China and next week will be Black Friday – a more western-centric shopping day. As such, the deals below will be available over at your local Amazon store (UK,
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ASUS is about to start selling its new ROG Swift PG27VQ, the company's latest 165Hz monitor. Aimed at gamers who are looking for a very high responsiveness in games along with ultimate style, the monitor features a curved panel and 1 ms response time. To make design of the ROG Swift PG27VQ unique, ASUS added its RGB Aura Sync lighting to the back of the display.
RGB LED lighting has (inexplicably) become a signature feature of gaming hardware in 2017. As we've already seen, there are motherboards, graphics cards, memory modules, chassis, PSUs, keyboards, mice, even SSDs with RGB LEDs, on the market these days. Earlier this year ASUS decided to complete the list of RGB lighting-enabled devices with its curved ROG monitors. So far, the company formally introduced three of such displays, but only the relatively inexpensive ROG Strix XG27VQ has been released commercially so far. ASUS is going to change this in the coming weeks as it is getting ready to start sales of the considerably more expensive ROG Swift PG27VQ.
The ASUS PG27VQ uses a 27” TN panel with a 2560×1440 resolution, an “overclockable” 165 Hz refresh rate, a 1 ms response time as well as a 1800R curvature. Responsiveness is a major selling point of the monitor, which is a reason why the manufacturer went with a TN panel featuring 400 nits brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio and 170°/160° viewing angles, nothing unexpected from TN here. As for ergonomics, the ROG Swift PG27VQ can adjust height, tilt, swivel or can be attached to a VESA wall mounting. Those interested in a multi-display configuration will be glad to know that the display has thin bezels. As for connectivity, the monitor comes with an HDMI 1.4, a DisplayPort 1.2, a dual-port USB 3.0 hub and an earphone jack.
Just like any other ‘Republic of Gamers’ monitor from ASUS, the ROG Swift PG27VQ features a host of features aimed just at gamers. Firstly, it supports NVIDIA’s G-Sync dynamic refresh rate technology with ULMB, which is designed to make fast-paced actions look sharper. The combination of a 165 Hz maximum refresh rate, 1 ms response time as well as G-Sync with ULMB should deliver rather impressive experience. Secondly, the monitor comes with the ASUS Aura Sync RGB lighting on the back to customize the look of the display or even synchronize its lighting with other components featuring the technology. In addition, the LCD has ROG’s LED lighting projection signature on the bottom, which owners can customize as well. Thirdly, the monitor supports the ASUS GamePlus modes, which are present on other gaming monitors by the company, and ASUS GameVisual color profiles for different type of content. Finally, the monitor is compatible with NVIDIA’s 3D Vision technology for those who still have the shutter 3D glasses kit (or plan to get one now).
|ASUS 'Most Responsive' 27" Curved Gaming Monitor|
|ROG Swift PG27VQ|
|Native Resolution||2560 × 1440|
|Refresh Rate Range||165 Hz overclockable|
|Dynamic Refresh Rate||G-Sync with ULMB|
|Response Time||1 ms (gray-to-gray)|
|Audio||3.5 mm audio jack|
|USB Hub||Dual-port USB 3.0 hub|
|RGB Effects||ASUS Aura Sync RGB lighting|
|Proprietary Enhancements||Trace Free Technology
Color Temperature Selection: 4 Modes
GamePlus Modes: Crosshair/Timer/Display Alignment
Low Blue Light: Yes
GameVisual Modes: Scenery/Racing/Cinema/RTS/RPG/FPS/sRGB
The ASUS ROG Swift PG27VQ is expected to be available from leading retailers like Amazon and Newegg in several weeks. Being a unique offering, the new unit will cost $799.99, a price tag well above average for a 27” monitor.
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- ASUS Starts to Ship Its First Curved Ultra-Wide Display: ROG Swift PG348Q
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OnePlus is just dropping a new update for the open beta OxygenOS in both OnePlus 3 and 3T. The updates come described as version 27 and 18, respectively, bringing a totally revamped UI for the Not Disturb Mode (DND). Alongside, the new OS update brings some optimizations and fixes related to battery performance and some
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Yesterday we’ve talked about some photo samples from Gionee S11S that surfaced online. Today is the time for another device from the S series have it specs exposed. The Gionee S11. According to recent reports, the company is scheduling an event for the next November 26, where both Gionee S11 and S11S will be unveiled.
Xiaomi aren't the most well known for timely Android updates, though it does seem like they're making more of an effort nowadays.
And here we are guys, the long wait is finally over. The OnePlus 5T was finally unveiled on the 16th of November as scheduled, packing some interesting updates in terms of design but also in certain technical specs. Hardware Just like the OnePlus 5, the 5T comes with a Snapdragon 835 processor coupled with 6GB of
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sexta-feira, 17 de novembro de 2017
Nokia phone fans in the U.S. aiming to grab HMD Global’s latest Nokia 2 finally get the opportunity to do so beginning today. Preorders for the entry-level Nokia 2 phone have launched at Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy. The device is listed on Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy with a coming soon label, which indicates
Few years ago MediaTek reigned as one of best choices in chipsets for the mid-range segment. However this year the Taiwanese company isn’t experiencing good days with its market share decreasing due to the growing competition and the lack of interest on its chipsets. Although the company has some good offerings like the Helio P25,
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OnePlus 5 is without any doubt a stellar phone, be it a matter of taste or not. The smartphone brought some of the best in terms of specifications while keeping a low price ratio when compared to smartphones breaking the $1000 line. However the handset were not free of problems, and among the issues pointed
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Qualcomm in partnership with both ZTE and China Mobile have announced early in the morning, that the world’s first test of 5G radio system was successful. The new technology will allow data speed to surpass 1Gbps with under 4ms of latency. In comparison LTE Network have 20ms of latency as its standard. The base for
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Ready for some spanish flamenco ? AllCall just released the full specifications for their newest model AllCall Madrid so it seems we will have another budget piece in the market again quite soon. The phone should be out by the end of the month for a pretty low price and this time AllCall tried to
Smart wearables are all around us and every proper geek or tech lover just needs to get some to earn the street cred. So when there is a chance to get a piece for free it’s the perfect opportunity. And because Microwear just opened an official giveaway for their latest smartband Microwear X3, it’s time
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If the current information on Twitter is anything to go by, then an announcement of a flip-phone by South Korean manufacturing giant, Samsung, is imminent. This morning, a Twitter user (@MMDJ) revealed that Samsung W2018 flip phone will be announced in Xiamen on the 1st of December. Samsung will announce W2018 in xiamen 1.Dec. http://pic.twitter.com/h23Gej5zpR
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Vernee as a brand managed to solidify their position in the market very well in their short time there and already is considered as one of the best from the smaller ones. So far all of their phones followed the traditional pattern, but that is about to change, because according to our information they are
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For gaming PCs that push the pretty pixels on the screens, the video card is the most important component. And given the sheer amount of custom options, choosing the right card for your budget can be very difficult. In our Video Cards for Gaming guides, we give you our recommendations in terms of GPU models and current prices representative of an affordable non-blower custom card. Our guide targets common gaming resolutions at system-build price points similar to our CPU guides.
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Bitfenix has added a new mid-tower to its chassis lineup dubbed the Enso. The Enso comes with a metallic front and a tempered glass side panel to display the components inside. The front panel has integrated addressable RGB illumination in each corner which gives the case a unique look. Bitfenix has worked closely with ASUS and the AURA Sync software to ensure the case and the new Alchemy 3.0 RGB Magnetic LED strips can be synchronized using the AURA Sync software or using the pre-installed controller on the back of the case. The Enso supports motherboards from Mini-ITX to E-ATX (Up to 272mm) and supports radiators both in front and on the rear exhaust for increased compatibility.
The top of the case has locations for fan mounts and a mesh cover, or if none are used up top, users can place a solid panel on it for noise reduction and airflow. Dust filters on the Enso, two located on the front one on the bottom, slide out from the side instead of from the top or bottom allowing for easier access and maintenance. Outside of the tempered glass panel, the remainder are finished in a matte black. If a black case doesn’t tickle your fancy, it also comes in white with tempered glass side panel as well.
The IO panel sits on the top of the case and includes two USB 3.0 ports, power and reset buttons, an RGB LED button, microphone and headphone jacks, as well as LEDs for power and drive activity. No support for USB 3.1 Type-C connectivity, however. Exterior measurements for the mid-tower case are (W)210mm x (H)489mm x (D)454mm (8.26 x 19.13 x 17.84-inches).
The Enso has a simple interior design without obstructions, like a drive cage, for example, to thwart airflow inside and keep noise levels down. Bitfenix mentions the intakes are hidden on the front panel and helps with the clean design aesthetic. Though the look is clean, It makes me wonder where the intakes are and how much airflow can really get in there compared to an open front style case. That aside, the power supply is separated from the rest of the case in its own chamber which will help hide the wires and improve airflow. The space will fit ATX and standard Power Supplies up to 160mm in length. It also gas pre-cutout grommets and 23mm of space behind the motherboard tray for cable management purposes.
As far as locations to mount storage, the Bitfenix has 3 2.5-inch bays and 2 3.5-inch bays (usable as 2.5-inch also) which is about par for the mid-tower sized course. There is support for 2x120/2x140mm fans in the front, 2x120mm up top, and 1x120mm on the rear. It comes with a 120mm fan from the front (black) and a 120mm fan in the rear (static RGB). The front of the case supports 2x120mm or 2x140mm sized radiators up to 35mm thickness while on the rear a 1x120mm size will fit. The maximum GPU length is 340mm(13.38-inches) which will nearly any on the market. The maximum height for a CPU heatsink is 160mm(6.29-inches) which will also fit some pretty tall units. As always, confirm the specifications for proper fitment.
Alchemy 3.0 Addressable RGB LEDs
The Alchemy 3.0 addressable LEDs are also a new edition to the lineup and offer more lighting options than non-addressable RGB LEDs.Using the AURA Sync software and a 3-pin addressable header, a nearly infinite amount of looks are possible. The new strips are magnetic and have a 3M adhesive strip to allow for easier installation and relocation on the metal panels. They use SK6812 TriBright SMD LEDs which are also found in their other products. The strips can be purchased with an optional controller that is pre-programmed with multiple single-color modes and three multi-color rainbow modes. Like the strips, it also has a magnet attached for easier mounting.
Pricing was not listed however the Enso Case in white is available at Newegg now for $80 while the Alchemy 3.0 strips I was unable to source online.
|Case Type||ATX Mid-Tower|
|Dimensions||(W)210 x (H)489 x (D)454mm (8.26 x 19.13 x 17.84-inches)|
|Color||Black or White|
|Body Material||Steel, Plastic, Tempered Glass|
|External Drive Bays||None|
|HDD/SSD Bays||2 x 3.5" (or 2 x 2.5") and 2 x 2.5"|
|Motherboard Type||Mini-ITX, MicroATX, ATX, E-ATX (to 272mm)|
|System Fan||Front: 2 x 140mm or 2 x 120mm (1 x included - black)
Top: 2 x 120mm
Rear: 1 x 120mm (1 x included - static RGB)
|I/O Ports||2 x USB3.0
3.5" HD Audio/Mic
|VGA Card Support||340mm|
|CPU Cooling Support||160mm|
|PSU Support||ATX (to 160mm)|
|Radiator Support||Front: 1 x 240mm or 1 x 280mm (35mm thickness)
Rear: 1 x 120mm
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Online retailer Tomtop prepares for Black Friday a week in advance. Starting today you can indeed browse the site and find hundreds of super interesting deals starting from $1.99. Additionally you could also win a Xiaomi Mi A1 if you’re lucky enough; let’s have a closer look! Tomtop’s promo page welcomes us with various coupons
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As we get closer to winter holidays – or Christmas for those who celebrate it – you are probably thinking of buying yourself a nice and powerful flagship phone. If you have a budget of up to $500, then here you’ll be finding the top 5 Chinese smartphones you can get while staying below that
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We – here in Gizchina- love newcomers in the smartphone market, especially if they aim high and prove to be bold in their first tries in the sector. It seems that JESY (a new Chinese company) is one of these companies and their first rugged device that goes by the name JESY J9S could prove
If you were busy on November 11th and couldn’t manage to take advantage of the insane amount of deals that went on for Chinese’ Single’s Day, don’t despair. Dashcam manufacturer AZDOME has got you covered with up to $100 discounts on their line up of cameras. Let’s learn more about them! The first dashcam to
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In a mildly interesting bit of news for a Friday, Intel has notified its customers that it will use an additional assembly and test facility in a bid to improve supply of its latest desktop Coffee Lake processors. The new site has been certified equivalent for the said CPUs, so the finished products will be identical to those that are available today.
When Intel released its Core i7-8700K, Core i7-8700, Core i5-8600K, Core i5-8400, and other Coffee Lake products in early October, they could not meet demand and many stores did not have the higher-end models in stock at all. Today, the unlocked Core i7-8700K and i5-8600K are overpriced (compared to their MSRP) and not readily available at all times (with stock status changing several times a day), which means that their supply is not continuous and Intel cannot meet demand from all of its customers.
|Basic Specifications of Intel Core i5/i7 Desktop CPUs|
To assemble and test Coffee Lake dies into actual Core i7/Core i5 processors, Intel has been using its primary assembly and test lines in Malaysia. Binning high-end CPUs is a challenging and time-consuming operation because far not all dies can hit required frequency and TDP. In general, the more silicon you bin, the more higher-end products you can get, but bandwidth of assembly and test lines is relatively limited.
To ensure a continuous supply of the popular six-core Core i7-8700K, Core i7-8700, Core i5-8600K, and Core i5-8400 processors, Intel will adding another assembly and test factory located in Chengdu, China. At least initially, the site will be used to assemble and test tray/OEM versions of the said CPUs. Intel’s assembly and test facilities are a part of Intel’s Copy Exactly! (CE!) program — all methodologies and process technologies they use across different production sites across the world are the same. As a result, performance, quality, reliability and other characteristics of CPUs produced, tested and assembled in different facilities are said to be equivalent.
Intel’s customers will begin to receive the aforementioned processors assembled in China starting from December 15. Since the factories in Malaysia will continue to be used, there will be Intel’s Core i7-8700K, Core i7-8700, Core i5-8600K, and Core i5-8400 CPUs assembled either in China or Malaysia going forward.
Intel has been working to improve yields of its chips produced using various versions of its 14 nm fabrication process for three years now, so unless there is an anomaly in Coffee Lake's design or the 14++ technology, yields of the CFL chips should be predictable. Besides, Intel uses its 14 nm manufacturing technologies in different fabs now, so processing more wafers is not an issue for the company. And while the bandwidth of assembly and test facilities is not usually an issue for CPUs, in the case of Coffee Lake this may be the case, if Intel's PCN is anything to go by.
Since Intel does not quantify how many Coffee Lake dies it processes now in Malaysia and how many dies are expected to be assembled and tested in China due to competitive and other reasons, it is impossible to tell how the addition of another site affects supply of its latest processors in general and their high-end versions in particular. A good news here is that Intel promises that with the addition of the Chinese assembly & test lines, supply of tray versions of the six-core Coffee Lake CPUs will be more continuous. As a result, supply and demand for boxed versions of the said chips will likely get more balanced too.
- Price and Availability Watch: Core i7-8700K, Core i5-8600K and Core i3-8350K
- Analyzing Z370 for Intel's 8th Generation Coffee Lake: A Quick Look at 50+ Motherboards
- The AnandTech Coffee Lake Review: Initial Numbers on the Core i7-8700K and Core i5-8400
- Intel Announces 8th Generation Core "Coffee Lake" Desktop Processors: Six-core i7, Four-core i3, and Z370 Motherboards
- Prices of Intel’s Coffee Lake-S CPUs Published: $400 for Core i7-8700K?
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With a really engaging teaser video, new Chinese company – KOOLNEE – inaugurate their arrival into the smartphone market with their first device ever – the KOOLNEE K1. If you’re as excited as much as we are, then let’s jump straight into the video! As we could see in the video, the KOOLNEE is set
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The latest MGCOOL Band 4 is an advanced fitness tracker that should allow you to improve your lifestyle by tracking your movements and give you some crucial health data. Now we learn that it’ll also be more customizable than previous bands; let’s have a closer look! MGCOOL did indeed just announce that the Band 4
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This week, Futuremark announced their new Cyan Room DX12 test will be released for VRMark next Wednesday (November 22). This comes around a year after VRMark’s original release in November 2016, which first brought the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift oriented Orange Room test, as well as the forward-looking 5120 x 2880p resolution Blue Room test.
Originally announced in February along with the still-in-development mobile VR benchmark, Cyan Room is built off a pure DirectX 12 VR engine designed in-house, intended to showcase the advantages that a low overhead API like DX12 can bring to VR, even to less powerful machines. Like the existing “Room” tests, Cyan Room does not require an HMD and offers custom settings and a free-navigation Experience mode. Interestingly, the Cyan Room is no longer described as sitting in between the Orange Room and Blue Room, leaving it unclear where it falls in terms of graphical intensity.
For Futuremark as a whole, the Cyan Room is yet another DX12 based benchmark they are adding to their suites. Last month, Futuremark released Time Spy Extreme, a 4K version of their “Time Spy” DX12 3DMark test and generally punishing to graphics cards, with only the Titan Xp hovering close to the 30fps mark. No more technical details about the Cyan Room have been disclosed, but presumably it will incorporate asynchronous compute like in Time Spy Extreme. These releases come at a time where VR headsets are becoming more affordable and low-level APIs like DX12 and Vulkan are continuing to power more and more video games. For the low-latency, high resolution, and smooth framerate requirements of VR, low-level APIs could prove themselves invaluable in democratizing VR experiences.
More information on the Orange Room and Blue Room tests can be found in Futuremark’s VRMark Technical Guide, which has yet to be updated with Cyan Room information. Cyan Room will be released on November 22 as a free update for VRMark Advanced and Professional Editions.
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