Hardware Archive

ASUS Announces Mining Series Graphics Cards 0

ASUS today announced Mining RX 470 and Mining P106, two new graphics cards specifically built to serve the needs of the burgeoning global coin-mining community, featuring high-efficiency designs for maximum hash-rate performance at minimum cost. Compared to non-mining graphics cards, Mining P106 enhances the megahash rate by up to

Thermaltake Launches New Tempered Glass Edition Chassis Series Core V71, Core V51, Suppressor F51 0

Thermaltake Core V71 Tempered Glass Edition Thermaltake, a leading brand in high-end PC components, today released the latest addition to the Core V Series and the Suppressor F Series, the Core V71 Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Chassis, Core V51 Tempered Glass Edition Mid Tower Chassis, and Suppressor F51 Tempered

Western Digital Launches New My Passport Ultra Drive to Help Consumers Easily Back Up Their Digital Lives 0

Western Digital Corporation, (NASDAQ: WDC), a global data storage technology and solutions leader, today expanded its iconic line of WD® brand My Passport portable drives with the redesigned My Passport Ultra drive. In addition to a new metallic look, the drive offers intuitive WD Discovery™ software to help consumers easily

ASUS Announces RS720A-E9 and RS700A-E9 Servers Featuring the Latest AMD EPYC Processors 0

ASUS today announced RS720A-E9 and RS700A-E9, x86 servers featuring the latest AMD® EPYC™ processors designed for data-intensive, high-performance computing and virtualization. As a select partner of AMD, ASUS is among the first to introduce servers with AMD EPYC processors. Featuring 32 CPU cores that support 64 simultaneous threads, 128-lane

Intel Launches SSD 545s Series with 64-Layer 3D TLC NAND 0

Intel has delivered the world’s first commercially available 64-layer, TLC, 3D NAND solid state drive (SSD). Today it is announcing the new Intel SSD 545s for the computer client. This is a high-quality, reliable drive for the mainstream market that delivers great performance for older PCs or new value PCs. This