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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X: The second generation of micros Ryzen stands face to face with Intel

If you have had the opportunity to read our analysis of the Ryzen microprocessors that AMD has placed on the market until now, you will remember that our assessment of this family of chips has always been positive. Your tricks? A very interesting global performance, a margin to practice quite broad overclocking, and, in addition, an undoubtedly competitive price if we face the […]

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Categories Hardware Review

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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Categories Hardware Review

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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Categories Software Review

Microsoft and outstanding debts: Why the notebook is the biggest forgotten Windows?

“Amaze you, gentlemen users: here we bring you a text editor that can be controlled with the mouse”. That was probably the presentation message of Multi-Tool Notepad, the tool that Microsoft presented at COMDEX in 1983 and that offered a “visual” alternative to the poor text editing tools that dominated its MS-DOS operating system at the time. That […]

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