The Orange Pi Prime Singleboard PC Is the Pi PC 2 Model’s Successor

Welcome the latest singleboard PC from Orange –Pi Prime, which can be called a successor of the last year's Orange Pi PC 2 model. Common peculiarities include the components layout and SoC Allwinner H5, possessing four Cortex A53 cores and Mali-450MP4 GPU.



Now DDR3 memory is doubled and equals to 2 GB. There is no eMMC module; and the microSD memory card of 64 GB capacity can be used for data storing. Audio and video interfaces are represented by the CEC-compliant HDMI 1.4, a composite port and a mic. The Gigabit Ethernet port is accompanied by the wireless module with support of Wi-Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.0.


The specialty also features one micro USB and three USB 2.0 ports. Power can be supplied through USB or an appropriate connector from the 5 V, 2 A adapter Among other specs users can find a MIPI CSI connector, 40 outputs supporting Raspberry Pi, a three-pin UART, an IR-receiver, as well as a reset key and a power switch.


The approximate price of Orange Pi …

Enermax Unleashes PSU Platimax 1350W

Enermax Technology Corp., a leading supplier of power supply units, chassis, and other PC hardware, announces the release of powerful PSU, codenamed Platimax 1350W. This model is primarily targeting enthusiasts and professionals who appreciate reliability and endurance in the 'toughest' conditions. The PSU is destined to manage up to 1350W loading at +12V line, with the peak loading of 1600W.



All potential customers will be drawn by the utmost efficiency that fluctuates within the measures of 89%-94%. Such outstanding characteristics allowed the product to receive general acknowledgement and 80 Plus Platinum certificate. Platimax 1350W model employs good quality capacitors and features removable cable scheme. The manufacturer offers also five-year limited warranty along with PSU.


Platimax 1350W is equipped with ten- and 12-contact sockets for the future graphics cards and CPU generations, as well as, with a dedicated security system protecting the device from emergency …

The Second Generation of Polaris: Introduction to the Radeon RX 570 Using the ASUS ROG Strix Video Card as an Example

Currently, the situation with the total dominance of NVIDIA in the segment of top-end graphics solutions has developed. AMD is unlikely to present its progressive Vega accelerators shortly. But a series of mid-level video cards based on GPU Polaris has already been developed. Their second generation is presented, so let’s start studying the new products.


Polaris 20 Based Video Cards

The updated line of video cards includes four models: Radeon RX 580, Radeon RX 570, Radeon RX 560 and Radeon RX 550. They are direct successors of similar models of the RX400 series; in particular, the Radeon RX 580/570 replaces the Radeon RX 480/470. So, let’s consider the changes in the new video cards in this review.


The Radeon RX 580 and Radeon RX 570 are based on the Polaris 20 graphics processor which has no major changes with respect to Polaris 10. This is the development of the AMD GCN architecture and its fourth implementation. The GPU counts 36 Compute Unit (CU) computational …
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