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The latest happenings in PC hardware and enthusiast computing.

Intel's 8th-gen Core CPUs will again be 14nm

Intel confirmed at their annual Investor Day in California that some of their 8th-generation Core processors will remain on a 14nm manufacturing node. This will be the fourth consecutive year that Intel's main processor line will use 14nm technology.

Corsair starts making pre-built gaming PCs

Corsair is a well known brand among PC enthusiasts for a wide range of components spanning from memory to cases, power supplies, cooling, peripherals and more. Back in 2015 they went a step further branching out to barebones PC kits…

Palit launches fanless GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card

Fanless graphics cards are relatively rare these days, but they tend to attract a fair bit of attention from silent PC enthusiasts when they do appear. The latest fanless card to hit the market is Palit's GeForce GTX 1050 Ti…

Check out Nvidia's new workstation GPU beast, the Quadro GP100

Nvidia has been investing heavily in workstation and data center-class GPUs lately. While the market for gaming-grade graphics cards continues to grow, so does high performance computing which is switching over to GPU-based technology. Nvidia's latest release, the GP100, brings Pascal architecture, HBM2, and…

Dell's XPS 13 2-in-1 gets positive reviews, gets tough competition from HP's Spectre

While TechSpot's review is still pending, we liked what we saw from Dell's XPS 13 convertible during CES. First reviews started popping up confirming our initital impressions: the XPS 13 2-in-1 is a solid convertible laptop that inherits most positive traits from its standard laptop sibling, including those ultra thin bezels and great build quality. The judge is still out there on whether it surpasses HP's excellent Spectre x360, but it's hard to go wrong with either if you want a solid Windows laptop that can also perform as a tablet.

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