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- new Radeon R9 Nano photos

- Some video cards Radeon R9 Fury allow to unlock additional functional blocks


- Toshiba and SanDisk introduced a 48-layered 256-Gbit TLC 3D NAND-flash

- MSI has expanded the range of GeForce GTX 980 Ti Armor 2X version


- Silver version of the BlackBerry Passport officially presented

- The dual-core Xeon X5698 showed the best result in GPUPI at frequency 6270 MHz


- By the beginning of next year, Xiaomi has to offer smartphones based on its own processors

- MSI has presented a package of motherboard on chipset Intel Z170

POSTER: computer news   ||   NEW RADEON R9 NANO PHOTOS

DATE:2015-08-05

On quarterly reporting  conference, AMD representatives ,  admitted that the  graphics card Radeon R9 Nano,  placed on the printed circuit board 150 mm and air cooling system will be presented in August.  

Video card Radeon R9 Nano noticeably shorter than Radeon R9 Fury X, , just the first does not require maintenance-free liquid cooling system, limited to two-stage cooler with a single fan.

From an early presentation  AMD knows that Radeon R9 Nano consumes less than 175 watts and  limited to only Eight-pin power connector.

Next photo judge how much space Radeon R9 Nano use in motherboard MSI X99A GODLIKE Gaming.

As you can see, the card hardly exhibited outside the expansion slots PCI Express x16.  

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POSTER: computer news   ||   SOME VIDEO CARDS RADEON R9 FURY ALLOW TO UNLOCK ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS

DATE:2015-08-05

With each new generation of video cards enthusiasts hope for the possibility of products transformation into something more productive.  In serial production, the same model graphic processor installed on various video card and the number of functional blocks and frequency vary to create a difference in the  performance and price level.  For the production of junior graphics cards are often used defective copies of the graphics processor, in which part of the function blocks do not really work.  

On the pages of the forum Overclock.net from the end of July is an active discussion of the possibility of unlocking function blocks for graphics cards based on graphics processors Fiji, Hawaii and Tonga.  Full algorithm can be found at the link to the source, we only note that the authors first provide a technique using a diagnostic tool to find out how great the chances of a successful transformation.  In the future, users are encouraged to stock funds resuscitation video, pull the plug on the warranty, choose the right version of BIOS, in the case of successful firmware obtain graphical solution with an increased number of active functional units.

Above a copy of Radeon R9 Fury with 3840 stream processors, whereas in the official AMD product line,   this intermediate option is not provided:

Tests show that after transformation graphics performance increases.  Another thing   Radeon R9 Fury after such amplification of the GPU may show a tendency to overheat.  

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POSTER: computer news   ||   TOSHIBA AND SANDISK INTRODUCED A 48-LAYERED 256-GBIT TLC 3D NAND-FLASH

DATE:2015-08-05

Yesterday separate press releases from Toshiba and SanDisk reported on preparations for the manufacture of the industry's first 48-layer flash memory NAND-type capacity of 256 Gbps and using TLC-cell.  Thus,  Samsung, Intel and Micron company exploit 32-layer structure of 3D NAND, SK Hynix company  - 36-layer, and Toshiba and SanDisk - 48-layer.  Also, each of the manufacturers have their own names 3D NAND-flash.  The company Samsung -  3D V-NAND, and Toshiba and SanDisk -  BiCS (Bit Cost Scalable, affordable, and scalable memory).

In March, Toshiba and SanDisk introduced a 48-ply 128-Gbit memory chips BiCS.  Fresh announcement tells us that the partners have completed the 48-layer 256-Gbit memory chips BiCS using 3 bit TLC-cell.  In any case, it is reported that in September this year SanDisk is ready to send samples to customers ( 256-Gbit chips ).  These devices are suitable for the full range of application NAND-flash: for non-volatile memory devices, and for the release of solid-state disk.

Mass production of memory BiCS begin in the first half of next year.  For the production of 3D NAND, Toshiba hastily rebuilds one of their old factory - Fab2 in Iokkaichi.  Entering this enterprise into operation is scheduled for the first half of 2016.  Note Toshiba is lagging in the wake of the transition to production of 3D NAND.  The first two years to release 3D NAND launched by Samsung and has already released the second generation of three-dimensional memory: 128-Gbit MLC chip types and TLC.  The company SK Hynix to the production of 128-Gbit MLC 3D NAND launched in the current quarter, and Intel and Micron release 256-Gbit MLC and 384-Gbit TLC 3D NAND will begin in the fourth quarter this year.

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POSTER: computer news   ||   MSI HAS EXPANDED THE RANGE OF GEFORCE GTX 980 TI ARMOR 2X VERSION

DATE:2015-08-05

Judging by fresh achievements in the field of extreme overclocking the potential of the GeForce GTX 980 Ti is not revealed until the end.  Video cards Manufacturers continue to expand  range of  this model offerings.  For example, MSI company recently introduced graphics card GeForce GTX 980 Ti Series Armor 2X, which will combine the cooling system of its own design, higher default frequency and a reasonable price.

Like many gaming products MSI, Armor 2X Series card operates in black and white color scheme.  There is no reinforcing plate  and the cooling system can offer a couple of fans and four heat pipes.  To the power supply card is connected via two 8-pin connectors, product dimensions  are 277 x 135 x 37 mm, weight up to 861 g, and the power consumption does not exceed 250 watts.

Six gigabytes of GDDR5 memory in communication with the GPU via a 384-bit bus, and default video card frequency up  1102/1190/7010 MHz.  

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