Intel has releases their internal Meltdown and Spectre benchmarks results showing the influence of the patches addressing the vulnerabilities for Meltdown and Spectre attacks. Until the final versions of those patches hit the market they were rumored to [...]
A major design flaw within Intel processors can give attackers kernel level privileges on any system. Latest reports suggest that it is tied to the speculative execution of code on the CPU. This feature of Intel processors will try to guess what [...]
Adata is set to show off their first 4600 MHz modules under the XPG Z1 label at CES Las Vegas. With competitors like G.Skill already out there with their high performance 4600 MHz modules (and set up to go beyond) it was about time for Adata to follow. [...]
With the X399 Taichi ASRock yet again expanded their high-end lineup of Taichi mainboards which aim to deliver the best performance while not being solely targeted at the gaming market. This gives room for a completely different design approach and a not [...]
Raijintek (www.raijintek.com) has been on the news in the past years with products like the Metis all-aluminum mini-itx PC case and the Triton, the very first customizable AIO CPU liquid cooling system. Today we are unboxing on video (our very first [...]
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