Showing posts with label motherboards. Show all posts
Showing posts with label motherboards. Show all posts

Monday, 9 January 2017

Snapdragon 835 Chipset Which will Power 2017 High End Phones

Snapdragon 835
Qualcomm was expected to launch its Snapdragon 835 chipset with a grand ceremony during CES 2017 but most of its prolific information was revealed before that. Snapdragon 835 is its latest powerful chipset which is expected to power some of the most expensive and premium flagship devices in the rest of the year. Its information has been revealed in full by the famous leaker who goes by the name @evleaks. The documents procured by this leakster appear to be the official press release documents which bring key details about this chipset.

Snapdragon 835 rumors and leaks are abundant

A number of information related to the Sanpdragon 835 chipset has already been released in the online arena. Some of the presentation slide made its way on the Chinese social network Weibo. Quite contrary to the established trend these rumors and information were true to its core which has simply killed away the surprise that Snapdragon would have brought in CES launch event.

How Snapdragon promotes its upcoming chipset?

Snapdragon has boldly proclaimed that 835 which be much smarter, smaller and energy efficient than any of the chipset ever developed by the company. Qualcomm has invested a huge of money and resource at developing this chipset which will allow smartphone manufacturers to go further with their plans of developing thinner devices with larger batteries in future. Snapdragon 835 has a 10nm design with the presence of over 3 billion transistors which lends better functionality and power over its predecessors.

Qualcomm documents reveal that the improvements made in Sanpdragon 835 will help in redefining the charging, camera capabilities, connectivity, security and battery life on the upcoming range of smartphones.
Snapdragon 385 will bring better connectivity coupled with security

Snapdragon 835 features the X16 LTE modem and custom support for 802.11ad Wi-Fi networks which helps in delivering one of the fastest and robust connectivity options to the consumers. This will allow users to download content at 10X faster than the first generation of 4G LTE devices and modem itself will have a 45% smaller footprint and with incredible power efficiency. On security front it will have three layers of protection to the users on Soc, device and system levels. Snapdragon 835 will authenticate users with fingerprints, pin codes, eye or face based security. This will ensure that upcoming breed of smartphone will feature the iris scanners and camera enabled security more prominently than before.

Redefining smartphone experience in every possible manner

Qualcomm is leaving no stone upturned to make Snapdragon 835 chipset successful than its predecessors. It will also feature the coveted machine learning which will enhance the computing capability of the phones in future. Smartphones will start offering object recognition technology for better photos and VR experience will be also enhanced with real-time hand tracking capabilities. The trend for adopting the AI or virtual assistants on the smartphone will take a major push with Snapdragon 835 as it will help in strengthening their presence along with support for biometric authentication.

Friday, 14 June 2013

AMD announces eight-core FX-9590

This week was not only a stage for numerous gaming innovations, including fresh hardware seen in Los Angeles for the first time the light of the world. AMD, for example, presents the five-gigahertz monster FX 9590. The most popular chip maker AMD is particularly proud of to their new FX-9590. Because the processor based on the Piledriver architecture is the first of up to five gigahertz clock frequency. This is the new record reached the eight-core but only in Turbo mode, the default clock is 4.7 GHz. Disadvantage of the immense computing power, the priority is to inspire enthusiasts is the up to 220 watts power consumption. The Intel competitor takes less than half of the power, and also their own predecessors are much more modest. Their second chip rookie is named FX-9370. It is clocked at 4.7 GHz, but this is also consume up to 220 watts. The extreme power consumption places less demands on motherboards. Home users are likely but hardly the itch, because the new processors from AMD targets exclusively to OEM partners like Acer and Hewlett

Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Gigabyte Unveiled Motherboards Z87X-UD3H and Z87X-UD4H

Gigabyte has unveiled two motherboards in ATX that are equipped with a socket LGA 1150: the Z87X-UD3H and Z87X-UD4H. They are designed to accommodate future processors of Intel more particularly Haswell, which is going to officially release on June 4. Already Intel has divulged many details of its next generation Haswell CPU and recently gave some more information on the different models with integrated graphics. Since the launch date is fast approaching, the brand partners are increasingly pressing for the image of that Gigabyte, hence it has unveiled the details with two of its motherboards photos. The Z87X-UD3H and Z87X UD4H are very close to one another even sinks except the color and the heat pipe of the second. The external connector is the same among them and includes six USB 3.0 ports, two eSATA, Gigabit LAN port, six 3.5mm jacks and a quartet of video outputs: DVI, VGA, HDMI and Display Port. However there are three digital outputs we should appreciate for the same. The rear connection of the two cards is the same. On both cards, so we find a LGA 1150, four slots for DDR3, a PCI slot, three x1 and three PCIe x16 PCIe. A logo on the PCB announces support for NVIDIA SLI in both cases remains to be seen whether this is also the case of the "3-Way SLI." Obviously, a shovelful of S-ATA ports of the game, but some may regret the absence of an mSATA connector. On the PCB we can notice the presence of a digital display to just know the type of fault in the event of a problem, and buttons to start the machine or perform a "Reset" and a "Clear CMOS". In addition, two small switches are part and are expected to move from one to another. No details have been revealed regarding the availability and their prices. However, things should quickly change the since the date is fast approaching and the NDA on the Haswell processors will end on June 4.