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3 Best Graphics Card to Buy in 2017

August 15, 2017
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Some people prefer to overcomplicate the process of shopping for a graphics card, however, in today’s highly competitive world, it’s hard to choose a full lemon. There are only a couple of things you have to know before you start spending money on GPUs and the video games you want to play. It’s rare that […]

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Improving the performance of computing with GPU accelerated storage servers

September 25, 2012
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Summary: A GPU, graphic processing unit, adds a power-up to servers needing a boost. Cost-effective and easily addable, a server with GPU improves server system efficiency, performance, and security capabilities. GPU accelerated servers are particularly excellent for servers used in critical, high-intense computer processing environments, such as engineering and visualization purposes. Storage servers with enhanced […]

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Apple reveals new MacBook Pro’s with Sandy Bridge, AMD graphics and Thunderbolt I/O

February 24, 2011
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Surprise, surprise. As if the world didn’t already knew that Apple was going to release Sandy Bridge MacBook Pro’s in the near future – well, the near future has arrived, because today the Apple Store was updated with new MacBook Pro models. All of them with the new Intel Sandy Bridge Core i5 and i7 […]

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Dual Screen Netbook From Kohjinsha

October 7, 2009
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Japanese PC maker, Kohjinsha (I wonder what that means?) is currently showing off their new dual screen netbook at the CEATEK conference in Japan. The new thing about this netbook is its dual screen layout. The netbook comes with two 10.1″ monitors, where one of them slides behind the other, when it’s not in use. […]

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