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Intel’s newest Optane 905P is a ludicrously fast SSD

Intel is on a roll with introducing new Optane storage solutions and now the company has announced its fastest drive yet. Meet the new Optane SSD 905P. It features the highest random read rated at 575,000 IOPS and random write rated at 555,000 IOPs we’ve ever seen. Its 2,600MB/s sequential read and 2,200MB/s sequential write speeds might seem pedestrian compared ... Read More »

The best cheap hard drive deals in May 2018

With the rise in popularity of SSDs, many people have started to write off traditional hard drives. That’s a mistake. The best hard drives offer huge amounts of storage at prices that SSDs just can’t match. If you have a giant library of music, video, or even photos, it’s a good idea to look at a traditional hard drive for ... Read More »

The best scanners of 2018

For many businesses buying the best scanner for their needs is still very important, as they can quickly and accurately duplicate important documents. Even home users will occasionally find the need to use a scanner, and this is where our list of the best scanners in 2018 comes in. We’ve picked out our top five scanners, both for personal and ... Read More »

The best scanners of 2018

For many businesses buying the best scanner for their needs is still very important, as they can quickly and accurately duplicate important documents. Even home users will occasionally find the need to use a scanner, and this is where our list of the best scanners in 2018 comes in. We’ve picked out our top five scanners, both for personal and ... Read More »

AMD Ryzen processors are racking up sales that could worry Intel

Fresh figures have come to light which show that AMD’s Ryzen processors are continuing to sell at quite some speed, with one particular model making excellent headway, and worrying Intel’s most popular CPUs. These statistics come from Mindfactory.de (as spotted by Wccftech.com), a German retailer which has spilled the beans on processor sales before, and this time it has revealed ... Read More »

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X gets overclocked to break the 6GHz barrier

AMD has unleashed its Ryzen 2nd Generation processors to much acclaim, and overclockers have already been pushing the new flagship model, with the 6GHz barrier now having been broken (following a 5.884GHz overclock earlier this week). Expert overclockers Der8auer and Neo took the Ryzen 7 2700X, which has a base clock of 3.7GHz, and ramped it up to a blistering ... Read More »

AMD Ryzen 2nd Generation release date, news and features: everything you need to know

For years, Intel ruled the processor game with impunity, as AMD tirelessly tried to keep up. However, thanks to Ryzen’s runaway success, that’s all changed. AMD launched its 14 nm Ryzen CPUs in late 2016, and were available to the public in mid 2017, offering high core counts and better multi-thread performance. All while maintaining AMD’s famously low prices – ... Read More »

The best cheap graphics card prices in April 2018

There are ample reasons to shell out on a new graphics card. Maybe you took one glance at the system requirements for Star Wars Battlefront II and shed a single tear ailing GPU. Maybe you’re trying to cash in on the cryptocurrency mining craze. Whatever the case may be, no one in their right mind wants to pay full price ... Read More »

Best SSDs 2018: the top solid-state drives for your PC

For the longest time, if you wanted to expand your PC’s storage, you were stuck with hard drives – with their spinning disks and long transfer speeds. Thankfully, times have changed, and in 2018, the best SSDs, or solid state drives, are fast enough to free you from the slow crawl of mechanical drives with lightning-fast boot times and file ... Read More »

New lower-power processors round out Intel’s Coffee Lake desktop series

On top of announcing the first Intel Core i9 processors, the chip-maker took to filling out the rest of its Coffee Lake desktop CPU line. Unfortunately, there aren’t any new high-end or extreme processors in this announcement. There’s a new non-K version of the Intel Core i5-8600 that still comes with six cores and six threads, while below that are ... Read More »

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