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Unfortunately, you won’t be able to upgrade your current system using the Coffee Lake CPUs by Intel. A tweet by Asrock account on last Saturday posted that the Coffee Lake processors by Intel won’t work with current 200 series motherboards. The 200 series chipsets by Intel include X299, Z270, Q270, H270, B250 and Q250 chipsets respectively. Intel 8th Gen won’tRead more
Intel and AMD war had always remained in existence from when AMD was founded just a year later after Intel. Due to this war between Intel Core i9 and AMD Ryzen ThreadRipper, we have benefited from new processors each year. This year, however, the war has intensified, thanks to the launch of AMD Ryzen 7. AMD launched its new processorRead more
The processors of the future are right here in front of us. A few days ago AMD launched Ryzen 7, and now Intel has launched Core i9 processor. The new processors are not only faster, but they outclass all other ones in the market by a large margin.. Intel Core i9 vs AMD Ryzen 7 AMD Ryzen 7 vs IntelRead more
In this blog, you will learn about the difference between low voltage RAM modules and standard RAM modules. And then there’s the primary question: Which one should you get for your computer system? What are Low Voltage RAM Modules? The low voltage Memory Modules are a newer generation of computer memory. The term ‘low-voltage’ implies that the RAM requires less power (1.25VRead more
It is thrilling to see how processors alone have covered so much distance in the past decade. The first dual core processor was released in 2007 and now, in less than 10 years, we have surpassed Core i7 cpu having 4.0GHz speed each.
We now live in an era of Intel’s ‘I’ series cpu. These processors were first released in 2008 with Intel ‘Nehalem’ architecture.
What is the future of Solid State Drives? Are they here to stay? Will we be experiencing a total shift from Hard Drives to Solid State Drives in near-future? Find the answer to these questions, and get to read more predictions of Solid State Drives (SSDs).Read more
There’s a lot of misconception among IT professionals about the difference between Active-Passive storage controllers and Active-Active Storage controllers. Most believe that the Active-Active storage controllers are superior because they work in unison and are lower priced whereas others prefer active-passive storage controllers for constancy over speed. Let’s start from the beginning i.e. what is the purpose of storage controllersRead more
Buying a storage controller without knowing the details such as its functionality, speed and limitations can affect the overall performance of the data center. In this guide, we have tried to address all the minute details that would help you make a better buying decision. What you will find in this post: Types of Storage Controllers What are Storage ControllersRead more
Haswell & Skylake are two processors of Intel. In this post you will get to know which processor is better in terms of speed, graphics and bandwidth – Next generation doesn’t always mean better performance.Read more