RunCore Highlights a New Business SSD Kylin III

Each and every SSD, supplied by numerous reputable companies, offers practically unbelievable Write/Read speeds, as well as prolonged durability. Indeed, the developments in this segment have achieved considerable heights, presenting unprecedented facilities for potential customers. RunCore does not leg behind the others and highlights with special honor its new business solid-state drive model, codenamed Kylin III. This model is primarily destined to be employed in highly-demanding systems, such as databases, server PCs, HPC systems, and many other high-end applications.

SSD Kylin III will be delivered in three capacity variations: 450GB, 785GB and 1.6TB. All models are based on MLC NAND memory type and employ PCI Express 1.0 x8/2.0 x4 interface. They are initially characterized by an amazing utmost performance: up to three million IOPS in random Read mode (512 byte). Moreover, the user is capable to create RAID array, combining a few SSDs Kylin III; this will dramatically …

Lifting the Veil from USB Type-C Bus

Since the launch in 1995, Universal Serial Bus (USB) has proved itself as the most successful ever computing interface. Nowadays tens of billions of electronic devices are connected together due to it. It goes without saying that this bus has outlived a few modifications, each distinguished by higher speed and reliability. Thus, today the community is able to revel in a completely new modification – USB Type-C – that forecasts a lot privileges of connectivity process. Let’s see what users will get with a new bus.

Layout and Connectivity

In physical terms, Type-C is a bit larger than USB 2.0 Micro-B but a bit tinier than binary USB 3.0 Micro-B, featuring 8.34x2.56 mm. Such dimensions enable its connection to the devices of any type, including the thinnest smartphones/tablets. The oval-shaped socket houses 24 contact outputs (to compare: USB 3.0 sockets feature only 9 outputs).

The most outstanding physical peculiarity of Type-C is a symmetric connector that …

Lian Li to Release a New PC-Q35 Case with a Door Lock

Lian Li, a Taiwanese vendor of unique PC cases, is about to release a new mini-ITX case in the Western European market. Entitled PC-Q35, the model features 514x261x356 mm dimensions and weighs 4.3 kg. It is peculiar by a classical brand Lian Li’s design with minimum decorations and great functional. Nonetheless, its main peculiarity is the implementation of a lock on the frontal door. The new-comer is already available for pre-order for a price of 129 EUR.

Lian Li PC-Q35 will come in two color solutions, black and silver. The chassis takes benefit of anti-dust filters and metallic feet with rubber soles; the latter are called to efficiently damp the vibrations. Internal layout supports for the installation of mini-ITX and mini-DTX motherboards, a pair of PCI Express expansion cards of up to 300 mm in length, ATX-compatible power supply unit up to 200 mm in length, and CPU air cooling system of up to 95 mm in height.

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