ECS Develops Haswell-Compatible Motherboard Z87H3-A2X Extreme

At the cusp of an official release of Intel’s fourth generation processors each hardware designer tries to elaborate new Haswell-compatible components. Motherboard manufacturers are probably the ones to introduce the lion’s share of such products. ECS is not an exception. According to the data provided by a reputable source, ECS is soon going to release its newest prime-class board codenamed Z87H3-A2X Extreme. The first meeting with the new-comer is planned within the boundaries of Computex 2013 exhibition taking place in June.



As seen from the codename, ECS Z87H3-A2X Extreme is based on Intel Z87 Express chipset covered by a black-and-red heatsink. The model employs full-sized printed circuit board, Socket LGA1150, and 12-phase VRM for CPU power supply with gold-plate solid-state capacitors. Power subsystem elements are cooled down by a voluminous CoolTech V heatsink. This heatsink is connected with a chipset one by means of a nickel-plated copper heat pipe.


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AMD Highlights Plans for the Transition to the 28nm Process

AMD is a company known for the continual and elaborate work on the development and improvement of all product lines, as well as technological standards. Thus, the coming 2013 year is supposed to be portentous for the company in terms of the implementation of 28nm standards in their APU. AMD has recently voiced the plans for the change of the Trinity APU to a new model, codenamed Richland, and the transition to 28nm technological process.



The new APU, Richland, is presumably to be released in two versions: dual-core and quad-core. It will support a number of high-performance technologies, such as Blu-ray 3D, dual graphics, Open CL, AMD turbo core overclocking, and some others.


According to the preliminary information, Richland will employ FM2 socket (which Trinity employs) and Radeon 8000 series DirextX 11 GPU. This GPU will be furnished with 128 cores in dual-core model line, and with 384 cores in the high-end A10 APU. The same number of cores has been implemented in …

ViewSonic Introduces Touch-Sensitive Monitor VSD220

PC monitors currently outlive considerable changes due to the ever advancing market. ViewSonic, an established manufacturer of monitors and other PC components, is in total lookout for the present-day tendencies. The company tries not only to comply with the current demands, but also foresee the demands of the upcoming future. Monitor VSD220 is an expressive evidence of it, since it offers advanced facilities for all types of users.



ViewSonic VSD220 features 21.5-inch display with 1920x1080 resolution. Its chief characteristic is touch-sensitive display nature; this implies that it is able to response on two fingers touch. This way, the monitor defines the future of visual and sensory technologies, and identifies the development standards of the whole industry. Moreover, this model can serve the means of traditional PC monitor, as well as, work on free-running basis supporting wired or wireless connection with peripheral accessories (mice, keyboards).


This monitor model is …
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