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Archive for November 21st, 2019

Getting the Most Out of Windows 10 – An Opportunity to Accelerate Gaming

We wanted to get some quick industry opinion on how Windows 10 may affect gaming experience, so we spoke with Jeremy Mortenson at Crucial. Jeremy is the worldwide memory product marketing manager at Crucial, a global brand of Micron Technology, Inc. Suffice it to say, he probably has some inside knowledge as to what it could mean, from a industry leader in the memory product market. Here’s what Jeremy had to say:   Microsoft Windows 10 went live in July and the highly-anticipated OS has been a huge hit. Not only is Windows 10 a free upgrade for Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 users, feature-rich, and easy to download, it also provides users with new experiences to increase performance in how they work, play and connect, and unlocks a huge opportunity to accelerate gaming. With more than 75 million PC downloads in a month’s time, it’s been well documented that Windows 10 has been rapidly adopted. In fact, according to Microsoft, much of this adoption has been by gamers who have taken advantage of the Windows 10 streaming video game feature – in a month, gamers have collectively streamed more than 122 years’ worth of gaming on Xbox consoles to Windows 10. So, what’s new with Windows 10 and how do you get the most out of it for a better gaming experience? Windows 10 offers improved benefits specifically for gamers in a number of different ways. For instance, by combining the new features of Windows 10 with high-performance DRAM and SSDs, enthusiasts will be able...



BIOSTAR Releases Hi-Fi H170Z3 Micro ATX Board

Biostar’s Hi-Fi H170Z3 – a Micro ATX Board with Combo DDR3/DDR4 Support September 14th, 2015, Taipei, Taiwan – Biostar’s latest Intel H170 chipset board is ready for duty for any scenario and comes with combination support for either DDR3 or DDR4 memory modules to allow for maximum flexibility. The Hi-Fi H170Z3 is the first ever Motherboard to support both DDR3 and DDR4 showing its commitment to innovation and development. The Hi-Fi H170Z3 is based on Intel’s H170 chipset which is a single chip design that supports Intel® 6th generation socket 1151 Intel® Core™ processors. With the Intel® H170 chipset, the Hi-Fi H170Z3 also has the iGPU function enabled, letting users enjoy the latest in Intel® integrated graphics performance.  Of course as a Biostar motherboard, the Hi-Fi H170Z3 comes with Hi-Fi technology built inside. Puro Hi-Fi technology features an integrated independent audio power design with a built-in amplifier. The technology utilizes audio components with an independent power delivery design for a significant reduction in electronic noise producing superb sound quality. The Hi-Fi H170Z3 supports USB 3.0, PCIe M.2(32Gb/s), SATA Express(16Gb/s) and 4K monitors for triple display configurations.   There is also Biostar’s Smart Speed LAN included which is a free software application that monitors and manages your PC’s network behavior. With user-friendly GUI, it allows you to select and prioritize different types of network traffic, includ...



Aerocool adds Aero-800 and Aero-500 to the PGS-A Series

Aerocool adds Aero-800 and Aero-500 to the PGS-A Series 14.09.2015, Taipei, Taiwan – Aerocool Advanced Technologies, one of world’s leading manufacturers of excellent gaming PC gear, announces the addition of two new value-for-money chassis to the PGS-A product series. By introducing the Aero-800 and Aero-500 chassis, Aerocool extends the fresh series, which received great feedback. Both models are targeting Gamers with limited budget and offer similarly fantastic design like its big brother Aero-1000. Despite it’s low retail price both the chassis are able to offer many great features, which most competitors are lacking. The new midi-towers might look similar to the already announced Aero-1000 in terms of design, however offer different inner layout and features. Aerocool tries to give users many options when it comes to available color variations. The Aero-800 is available in four the colors black, white, blue and gray. Aero-500 on the other hand comes in the most popular colors black and white. The new value-for-money models inherited the clean front panel with the fancy mesh-design as well as the removable magnetic dust filter on the top panel. The significant difference start with the I/O panel, which is located in the front for the Aero-800, and includes a power button, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, one microphone and one headphone jack. Aerocool embedded the I/O panel in the top panel for the Aero-500, which is featuring two USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 port, ...





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