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Mountain Steel, a workstation with Intel Core i9 CPU and license to work … and play!

The official launch in the middle of last year of Intel’s Core i9 microprocessor family further stimulated competition with AMD. Without a doubt, it’s great news for users. But perhaps the most interesting is that it gave rise to an exciting debate that raises to what extent it is preferable in terms of the execution […]

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Hard drives that look like SSD in speed? So Seagate doubles the speed of traditional disks

If someone tells you that your disk drive reaches read speeds of 480 MB / s, you will most likely be asked “An SSD drive, right?”. That could be true until now, but those speeds can also be found on conventional hard drives. This is what Seagate has promised, which thanks to its Multi Actuator technology is capable of doubling the […]

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Facial recognition, bokeh, 4K and more: What the new Snapdragon 845 brings us ahead of the high-end Android of 2018?

The new Snapdragon 845 will be the brain of the high-end Android for 2018. Terminals such as the Galaxy S9 or the Xiaomi Mi 7 will mount the new Qualcomm chip, but they will not be the only ones. In a deep technical session in Hawaii we have been able to better know the successor of 835. It has helped us […]

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BENQ EW277HDR: Interesting monitor with HDR support that fails the resolution

The monitor or screen that we use completely changes our experience. Factors such as size, resolution, type of panel and design make us more or less comfortable when we sit in front of the computer to consult the internet, work or just play. Therefore we should choose our monitor well although it is not always something simple. […]

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AMD prepares the heavy artillery: Ryzen of 7 nanometers with up to 48 cores for 2019

Since the beginning of 2017 it has been sounding that GlobalFoundries, AMD’s old chip manufacturing division, is preparing everything to implement the 7-nanometer FinFET process in its chips, without having to go through the 10-nanometer manufacturing node, one step To some extent forced in which for example Intel is working for several years and we finally hope to see […]

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The future of data storage can be in ultra freeze, but changing hard drives by molecules

Some hope that there is some discovery in terms of technology or materials that allows to go beyond lithium batteries and their capabilities, but other aspects of electronic devices can also improve in this regard. An example is the storage of data, which a few years ago experienced the change from hard drives to solids and […]

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The new AMD processors for 32-core servers

“AMD is back, and it’s here to stay,” enthuses Mark Papermaster, senior vice president of technology and engineering at the US chip maker. Not surprisingly, after years in which the company has been unable to keep pace with products aimed at professionals and large corporations that demand maximum performance from their top rival, AMD has managed to launch […]

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