Asus Showcases GTX 960 DC2 Videocard

Asus has complemented its Black Edition series of videocards with another model – the GeForce GTX 960 DC2 (codename: GTX960-DC2-4GD5-Black). Its major peculiarity is the employment of 4 GB GDDR5 memory that is sure to improve gaming efficiency in multi-display high-resolution environment. The model supports all modern standards (DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.4) as well as proper Nvidia’s technologies: SLI, G-Sync, GameWorks, GPU Boost 2.0, ShadowPlay, GameStream.



Asus GeForce GTX 960 DC2 is based on Nvidia GM206-300 GPU (1024 CUDA, 64 TMUs, 32 ROPs). It operates at 1126 MHz frequency with overclocking possibility of 1178 MHz. The integrated 128-bit memory operates at 7010 MHz efficient frequency.


This graphics card entails Super Alloy Power components and an optimized DirectCU II cooling system. The latter ensures that heatpipes touched CPU surface for an unprecedented heat dissipation. The cooler comes with a pair of fans, one of which features CoolTech hybrid design. The …

Customers Are Welcome to Put to a Test New Low-Profile GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti Graphics Cards from Zotac

Recently the product range of the Zotac Co. has been replenished with two novelties – GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics cards.



The names suggest that these video cards are of a low profile and represent the most affordable models of the Pascal generation. GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti are fully identic outwardly and feature the same PC-boards, as well as cooling systems with a pair of compact fans. The adapters are of 144.78 х 111.15 mm dimensions.


The lower-order card offers 2 GB of memory, 1,354/1,455 MHz frequency ratio for a core and 7,000 MHz frequency for memory. The higher-end device features 1,290/1,392 MHz and 7,000 MHz frequencies respectively. Memory is doubled. The auxiliary power is not required. When considering the interface set one can distinguish a DisplayPort, an HDMI and a DVI port.

Intel Kabby Lake Core i5 7600K Processor Review

Join us for checking out the new Kabby Lake Core i5 7600K processor from Intel which has just appeared on sale. Based on the 14nm Node the new processors of the Core i5 series are meant for being used by mainstream consumers and are quite budget friendly as opposite to the other Intel products. So let’s look at the processor’s performance in a wide variety of situations and different benchmarks.



Core i7 7700K as well as Kaby Lake Core i5 7600K processors have been developed for the desktop platform and are a mere respin of the previous Skylake which means that both previously mentioned processors are Socket 1151, though possessed as a brand new chipset.


So this means that your Z170 or H170 motherboard will be absolutely compatible with any of the two Kaby Lake processors after a BIOS upgrade. In addition to being quite powerful for such a moderate price, both of the newly released processors are energy efficient enough to compete with their more expensive brethren. …
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