Gigabyte Outs a Pair of GT 710 Graphics Cards

Gigabyte has just announced the release of two entry-level graphics cards (with 1 GB or 2 GB DDR3) based on Nvidia’s GeForce GT 710 adapter. The company’s elaboration boasts the implementation of Ultra Durable 2 design that combines top-quality hardware base, reliability and high performance. The card comprises an improved PCB with the best-in-class solid-state capacitors, transistors as well as ferrite chokes.

Despite low-profile orientation, Gigabyte GeForce GT 710 employs active cooling system. The latter consists of a small-sized heatsink and a fan. In terms of efficiency, the company decided to preserve etalon showings; hence, the GPU (GK208, Kepler architecture, 192 CUDA cores) operates at 954 MHz frequency. Yet, the models come equipped with an overclocked memory: 900 MHz/1800 MHz (base/dynamic) frequency.

The kit of external interfaces includes three video ports: D-Sub, DVI-D & HDMI. Moreover, the nominal delivery set contains OC Guru II software package. It …

Eizo Announces a New PC Monitor with 4:3 Aspect Ratio

Eizo Nanao Corporation, a Japanese innovator in the field of display design, has just announced the release of its new PC monitor, codenamed FlexScan S2133-H. The model features 21.3 inch display with 1600x1200 resolution, and nearly foursquare 4:3 aspect ratio. Based on IPS array with a power-saving LED backlit, this monitor is primarily targeting corporate and industrial users.

Monitor FlexScan S2133-H is notable by mat screen coverage and the availability of light sensor which allows adjusting the brightness in automatic mode, due to the support of Auto EcoView option. In free sale this model will be delivered in two color variations – white and black – and will be sustained by a 5-year’s limited warranty.

An advanced IPS panel ensures the most ‘true-to-life’ imaging and high-quality video effects. Therefore, the maximal brightness claimed for this model equals to 420 cd/m2, array response time equals to 6 ms, viewing angles achieve the index of 178/178 …

I-O Data Announces 27-Inch Monitor with the Maximal Resolution

Not so long ago Full HD monitors have been considered a kind of miracle, providing the utmost graphic facilities. This format is nowadays actively implemented in the product lines of many manufacturers, though the price for monitors with Full HD resolution is still biting. Despite this fact, some users feel an acute need for even higher resolution, so I-O Data, a Japanese designer of PC hardware, announced the release of a model with the maximal possible resolution.

Codenamed LCD-MF271CGBR, the monitor features 2560x1440 resolution and 27-inch display. The working display space exceeds the one implemented in monitors with Full HD resolution in 1.8 times. Such specifications offer unmatched graphics effects for the successful accomplishment on rather demanding conditions.

Monitor I-O Data LCD-MF271CGBR is based on IPS array type and is characterized by the following features:

— available video outputs: dual DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA;

— maximal supported …
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