In Anticipation of Sharp PN-K322B Official Release

Sharp, a Japanese manufacturer of high-quality PC displays and various consumer devices, is going to launch a new 32-inch monitor with Ultra HD resolution. Codenamed PN-K322B, this innovative product is intended for professional use, in graphics/video development, for instance. The model is based on an advanced IGZO array that takes benefit from semiconductors based on indium, gallium, zinc and oxide. Along with a striking resolution, the new-comer is distinguished by touch-screen technology support, recognizing up to ten simultaneous touches.



Sharp PN-K322B features a sophisticated and elegant design. It has got a thin frame and a sliding stand that can be detached when necessary. In such condition the display might be used as a panel, controlled by an onscreen pen. Moreover, the model supports a unique technology that allows the user’s hand to stay on the screen while utilizing the pen.


Sharp promises to start selling its outstanding PN-K322B monitor already in late …

SilverStone Primera PM01: Top-Notch Gaming Chassis

SilverStone is glad to announce the launch of a first-class chassis, entitled Primera PM01 (dimensions: 571x560x220 mm). The key design specification is freedom from front sections; this allows installing up to three 140-mm fans with blue or red LED backlight. One of the side panels features an acrylic observation window that serves up all hardware in details.



SilverStone Primera PM01 is ideal for the build-up of micro-ATX/ATX systems. The layout configuration offers place for 7 expansion slots, 9 storage solutions (4x 2.5/3.5-inch, 5x 2.5-inch), quite long graphics cards (up to 419 mm), high CPU coolers (up to 180 mm) as well as typical ATX PSUs of 240 mm in length.


The steel-and-plastic case is primarily equipped with a 140-mm fan. The top panel is ready to accommodate 2/3 additional fans. In order to organize a high-performance air cooling, the manufacturer has integrated a 10-slot hub. The chassis boasts a well-designed cable management, dust filters and a 4-zone LED …

AMD Has Officially Launched the Sale of Its Ryzen 7 CPUs

The AMD has just officially announced the beginning of its AMD Ryzen CPUs sale, designed for desktop PCs. The development of these processors took 4 years, and now customers can enjoy the results of the process – the up-to-date CPUs, based on the brand-new AMD Zen microarchitecture.



The first to hit the stores were three 16-thread 8-core Ryzen 7 line samples: 1700, 1700X and 1800X. The base clock of Ryzen 7 1800X is 3.6 GHz, 1700X – 3.4 GHz, 1700 – 3.0 GHz. Boost frequencies are equal to 4.0, 3.8 and 3.7 GHz respectively. 1800X and 1700X feature 95 W TDP, the 1700 model’s rate is 65 W. Ryzen 7 1800X costs $499, 1700X – $399, 1700 – $329.

In the second quarter 6- and 4-core Ryzen 5 products will be released, and later this year they will be joined by Ryzen 3 models. All these devices are intended for system boards with AM4 sockets and possess an unlocked multiplier.
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