Chieftec Unveils Gaming GP-01B Chassis

Chieftec replenishes its lineup of gaming cases with the Gaming GP-01B model. The middle-tower chassis is targeting micro-ATX/ATX platforms with up to seven expansion slots and a wide set of storage, cooling & connectivity options. The new-comer is housed in a SECC steel case, painted black, with four different LED inserts on the fascia. The release is scheduled for the end of July, 2016.



Chieftec Gaming GP-01B comes fitted with a pair of 5.25-inch drive bays, four 3.5-inch bays as well as a couple of 2.5-inch bays. Six out of eight slots support tool-free drive mounting. The list of included external interfaces involves 2x USB 3.0 ports, 2x USB 2.0 ports, 2x 3.5-mm audio ports.


Featuring 516x450x210 mm dimensions, internal layout allows for the installation of graphics cards of up to 430 mm in length & a standard ATX PS/2 power supply unit (200 mm).


To continue, the case is shipped with two preinstalled 120-mm front fans and a single 120-mm rear fan. Optionally, …

HPE Presented the Second Pilot Model of The Machine PC

In 2016, Hewlett Packard Enterprise revealed its first prototype of The Machine PC, utilizing the DRAM memory. Moreover, lately the company has presented the second pilot model. HPE показала второй прототип. The concept itself is called the Memory-Driven Computing, however, those are the developed ideas, involved into The Machine project.



The prototype supposes the presence of 160 TB memory, divided into 40 physical nodes, parsed together with the help of the high-end protocol. In addition, there are optical and optoelectronic connections. The whole system is operated by the optimized Linux based OS running on Cavium ThunderX2.


Taking into account the result obtained, HPE expects, that the architecture will be easily scalable up to 4.096 yottabytes! Thus, it will be able to handle incredible data arrays.


Unfortunately, it is anything but clear, when real Memory-Driven Computing devices will hit the market. However in 2018 or 2019 HPE is going to …

Toshiba to Release Entry-Level A100 Solid-State Drive

Toshiba is about to release a 2.5-inch SSD, entitled A100. The entry-level model is based on TLC NAND flash memory chips (15 nm) with the cooperation of SLC cache memory. Traditionally, the drive employs SATA 6 Gb/sec interface and takes Toshiba TC58NC1010 chip as a controller.



The greenhorn is available in two versions: 120 GB and 140 GB (dimensions: 100x69.85x7 mm). The couple is an optimal choice for home & office PCs, thanks to the incorporation of power-efficient, high-performance and shock-proof technologies. The drives’ maximal data transfer speed on sequential operations makes up 550 MB/sec & 480 MB/sec (read/write). The maximal data transfer speed on random operations (4K) achieves 87.000 IOPS & 82.000 IOPS correspondingly.


Toshiba A100 solid-state drives are known to support NCQ, TRIM and S.M.A.R.T. technologies. An estimated MTBF index equals to 1.5 million hours. The 120 GB item might endure 30 TB of written information, while the 240 GB item allows for 60 TB …
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