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Archive for October 21st, 2018

NoiseHush NX50 – Serious Headphones for Serious Listening

Serious earphones for serious listening. The NoiseHush NX50 headsets are a powerful, bass-driven stereo sound with greater clarity and improved dynamics over standard headsets. You’ll hear an impressive bass response and clear mid-high range sound for incredible sound with every kind of music, from heart pounding bass beats of hip-hop to spine tingling guitar riffs. NoiseHush is passionate about design, quality, technology, and improving lives through revolutionary products. Be confident you are receiving the best product when you select a NoiseHush Bluetooth Headset, Car Kit, Solar Car Kit, Helmet Headset, and other Hands free Bluetooth device.



PCMark 8 benchmark update adds Windows 8.1 compatibility

This update adds compatibility with Windows 8.1 and Internet Explorer 11, introduces new options for testing OpenCL, and adds detailed hardware monitoring graphs. Scores from the Work, Storage and Applications benchmarks are not affected by this update. Scores from the Home and Creative benchmarks should not be compared with scores from previous versions of PCMark 8 due to the addition of new run modes for those tests. PCMark v1.1.111 uses a new installer. If your system has an older version of PCMark 8 installed, you should manually uninstall it using Add/Remove Programs in the Windows Control Panel before installing this update. You should also manually uninstall SystemInfo. New The Home and Creative benchmarks now offer a choice of run modes. Conventional mode does not use OpenCL, reflecting how the majority of software works today. Accelerated mode uses OpenCL acceleration, anticipating how software will work in the future. New interactive graphs show hardware monitoring data from each benchmark run. Improved Progress windows now show estimated time for each test. SystemInfo scan is now at least 50% faster. Compatibility Compatible with Windows 8.1. Compatible with Internet Explorer 11. SystemInfo updated to v4.21 for improved compatibility with the latest hardware. New troubleshooting options for OpenCL device selection in Help tab. Fixed Fixed an issue in the Web Browsing test that could cause the test to hang. Fixed an issue with Video Chat and Video Group Chat show...



CYBERPOWERPC Takes Pre-Orders for Radeon R9 290X-Infused PCs Bundled with Battlefield 4 Video Game

CITY of INDUSTRY, CA (October 10, 2013) – CyberPower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming PCs, gaming laptops, and performance workstations, today announced the gaming bundle of the year, which features the next generation GPU from AMD and the highly anticipated Battlefield 4 first person shooter.CYBERPOWERPC is taking pre-orders for the Radeon R9 290X next gen graphics card. This gaming bundle includes the blazing fast R9 290X video card paired with AMD’s 8-core FX-8350, 9370, or 9590 CPUs. This powerful combination nets you a high-performance gaming PC ready for the next generation of games including Battlefield 4 from Electronic Arts; which you get as part of this spectacular bundle. Customers can visit CYBERPOWERPC’s Battlefield 4 bundle page and start configuring their own gaming computer based on the AMD CPU/GPU pairing to receive their copy of Battlefield 4. https://www.cyberpowerpc.com/LandingPages/AMD/Battlefield4_PreOrder/ With AMD Radeon R9 infused gaming systems, CYBERPOWERPC has laid the foundation for the next generation of gaming. The R9 series features advanced new technologies from AMD such as Graphics Core Next, Mantle, and TrueAudio; all designed to enhance your gaming experience. Project Mantle, the new application programming interface (API) delivers significantly higher gaming performance at all platforms while TrueAudio is the new programmable pipeline that enables advance audio effects without utilizing the PC’s pr...



 
 
 
 
 

MSI R9 270X HAWK

With AMD's latest launch, today we're looking at the MSI R9 270X HAWK, a mid-range graphics card that boasts a custom heatsink, improved power design, and a factory overclock, all for a modest price of $220. Sounds pretty good so far. Factor in that AMD is bringing a host of new features to the market with the R9 series launch, and we're cautiously optimistic for big things. Let's take a closer look at the MSI R9 270X HAWK to find out how it measures up.





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