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CHIEFTEC releases new APEX Q PC case with noise isolation capability

CHIEFTEC’s latest release, the APEX Q PC chassis, has some nice tricks up its sleeve that will satisfy those who want little to no noise produced from their rig. Simply speaking, the case is packed with extra sound-absorbing material on…

Brand new collab effort between LIAN LI and DAN Cases gives birth to the new A3-mATX PC chassis

LIAN LI together with DAN Cases has revealed the new collaborative PC case, the A3-mATX PC case that combines looks and ample airflow in a compact form factor. Despite its micro-ATX form factor, the A3-mATX can accommodate GPUs up to…

Glossy WOLED and Dual-Mode LCD is what ROG used to achieve two new “world first” gaming monitors

ROG has introduced a couple of new high-end gaming monitors for the Strix series, so let’s dive in. First up is the Strix OLED XG27AQDMG, featuring a glossy WOLED panel. What’s the benefit? The addition of a white-emitting OLED unit…

Google Pixel 8a Review: A Week with the Mid-Range Master

After spending a full week with the Google Pixel 8a, it’s clear that Google has crafted a mid-range smartphone that nearly rivals its flagship siblings. Here’s a deep dive into what makes the Pixel 8a a standout in the budget…

Every audio product released by Nothing and CMF now has the ability to summon ChatGPT with a pinch

Nothing has announced all the audio products it is currently selling have completed the ChatGPT integration update. Released earlier than its expected timeframe of early June (which is only like a week away but I don’t mind), the mainline Ear…

NVIDIA releases early merit information for Windows-based AI developers in conjunction with Copilot+ AI PC announcement

Although the initial launch of the new Microsoft Copilot+ AI PCs category is done in partnership with Qualcomm, utilizing the new Snapdragon X series CPUs, any device meeting the necessary requirements will eventually qualify as a Copilot+ AI PC, including…

New AMD EPYC 4004 series CPUs are here for your AM5 server motherboards; Starts from US$149 and peaks at US$699

AMD’s AM5 platform has been available for the consumer CPU market for a while, but today marks a significant moment as the server family gets its own AM5 chips with the introduction of the new EPYC 4004 series CPUs. Let’s…

x86 won’t take the L from Arm just yet because Intel’s Lunar Lake processors are coming pretty soon; Poised to be the most power efficient generation ever

I don’t really want to phrase the situation like this but I feel like Intel finds being a “party-pooper” fun because they chose to reveal more information about its Lunar Lake processors meanwhile the party between Microsoft, Qualcomm, and partners…

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X series processors are finally here; 7 brands are supporting the initial launch

The launch of the Qualcomm Snapdragon X series processors has been welcomed with strong support from OEMs and partner brands, with Microsoft officially naming them Copilot+ PCs and featuring more AI-focused hardware and a more expansive ecosystem. Official benchmarks show…

Samsung inching closer to its 1PB SSD dream according to latest co-authored paper premiering critical information

1PB, or 1000TB, seems like an enormous amount of storage, especially considering that it takes the average user a significant number of files, contents, and games to fill just a couple of TBs. However, the pursuit of denser flash chips…

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