Archive for July 11th, 2020
Futuremark has released today three videos, showcasing the full demos of its latest benchmark tool, 3D Mark. As Futuremark suggested, ‘if 3DMark Fire Strike brings your PC to its knees, sit back, watch the video and see what you are missing’. The company is also working with Nvidia and AMD to resolve some negative scaling issues when three or four GPUs are being used. Enjoy!
Thermaltake Chaser A41 Unveiled Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solution, and power supply unit today launched another new member of Chaser Series- Chaser A41 mid-tower gaming case. After introducing Chaser A31, Chaser A41 simulated the design concept that is also for computer gamers and enthusiasts that deliver a combination of strong cooling, powerful performance but a more, greater expandability. Chaser A41 has continued the e-sports appearance and outstanding protection designs inspired by Tron that characterize originality. From the side look, the transparent windowed panel offers the best inner view for built system see through. Since gaming hardware produces a lot of heat, therefore this enclosure is built for maximum cool with a perforated front bezel with two 120 mm fans at front and rear plus a top exhausted 200 mm fan with blue LED. Chaser series makes practicality more convincible. The series is geared with up two USB 3.0 Super Speed ports which are located on top panel for faster data transfer and easy access. Besides, Chaser A41 comes with an user friendly tray on top for any portable devices like mobile, mp3player, digital camera that users have lying around. The Advanced Cable Management is designed for easy cable routing and hiding cables behind motherboard tray, to ensure smoothness for build and tinker (upgrade), reduce wiring tangled, as well as better airflow and dust management. Chaser A41 enables user to build up a comple...
Introduction We’ve looked at the gamut of graphics cards in AMD’s current lineup, including several 7900 models, cards which garner much of the exposure, in no small part due to the extreme nature of those products. Those cards have proven to be powerhouses, posting impressive results, but it’s no secret that what one considers a reasonably-priced purchase might be extravagant and expensive to another. Not everyone is a hardcore gamer and enthusiast, and there is a considerable number of consumers out there that need something far more affordable that can still satisfy a gaming fix. To that end, the Radeon 7870 sits in the middle of AMD’s product lineup, at the “performance” echelon. It’s far more affordable than the potent flagship 7970, yet packs far more than the gaming-anemic 7750. It’s been awhile since we’ve seen a graphics card from Diamond, but today we’re looking at the company’s 7870 GHz Edition, a model that sports a smaller PCB design and a custom cooler, as well as some flashy red styling. Retailing for about $239 ($219 after rebate), this card is quite affordable, and while we don’t expect it to be a gaming powerhouse, it could prove very enticing to gamers on a more modest budget. Let’s take a closer look at the Diamond 7870 GHz Edition and see how it fares.