The Cube-Shaped Desktop PC DB4 Fanless Silent SL by Orio Spec

DB4 Fanless Silent SL is a desktop PC in the form of the cube by Orio Spec. It possesses STREACOM’s mini-ITX case “DB4” without fans. Besides, this desktop PC makes no noise and is produced with a 3.20 GHz Intel Core i3-6100T dual-core CPU.



DB4 Fanless Silent SL’s mother board features an Intel HD video adapter (with one HDMI, one VGA and one DVI-D ports) and an Intel H110 Express chip set. The cube-shaped desktop PC is also configured with a 8 GB PC4-17000 DDR4 RAM (4 GBx2), a 120 GB SSD (Samsung 750 EVO), four USB 2.0 connectors, two USB 3.0 connectors and one Gigabit LAN (RJ45) port.


Speaking about operating systems one should admit, that the DB4 Fanless Silent SL is compatible with Windows 10 Home 64-bit or Windows 10 Pro 64-bit, which is optional.

This model is now estimated to cost approximately $1,084 or 120,000 Yen.

Zotac Refreshes Its Inventory with Magnus ERX480 Mini-PC

Zotac launches the first ever mini-PC based on 14 nm AMD Polaris GPU. The Magnus ERX480 boasts the integration of AMD Radeon RX480 graphics card, equipped with 4 GB of GDDR5 memory. The heart of the computer is a 4-core Intel Core i5-6400T CPU that operates at 2.2-2.8 GHz frequency. Hence, the model is ideal for resource-intensive applications and VR.



The new-comer is available in three versions: Magnus ERX480, Magnus ERX480 Plus & ERX480 with Windows 10 onboard. The first model is a barebone system which initially lacks RAM and storage subsystems. It supports the installation of two DDR4-1866/2133 MHz memory modules up to 32 GB. Storage subsystem might be levied by means of a single SATA III drive and M.2 SATA SSD.


The Magnus ERX480 Plus comes fitted with preinstalled 8 GB DDR4 RAM with the possibility to upgrade up to 32 GB. It also accommodates 120 GB M.2 SSD as well as 1 TB HDD. The ERX480 Windows 10 houses analogous hardware and brags about the preinstalled 64-bit OC …

King’s on the Footprint: Nvidia Boasts Titan X Adapter

The much-anticipated release of Nvidia’s GeForce GTX Titan X graphics adapter has already come true. The new-comer employs the latest flagship GM200 GPU (Nvidia Maxwell architecture) that comprises 8 billion transistors, 24 SMM blocks (each includes 128 CUDA cores and 8 TMUs). As a result, the GPU consists of 3072 CUDA cores and 192 TMUs – a record-breaking layout. The amount of ROPs makes up 96.



Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X runs at 1000 MHz nominal frequency but might be overclocked to 1075 MHz frequency. Memory subsystem is compiled of 12 GB of GDDR5 modules which operate at 7010 MHz frequency. The bandwidth index of 384-bit bus approximates 336.5 Gb/sec. Consequently, an overall computation power is estimated at 7.0 TFLOPS.


Cooling is organized with the assistance of a two-slot cooler with a single fan. Connectivity facilities include three video ports: DisplayPort, DVI-I and HDMI. On active mode, the maximum allowed GPU temperature should not exceed 92 C. The utmost …
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