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LaCie Updates a High-End 5big NAS-Server

LaCie, a reputable French manufacturer of premium storage devices, has updated its award-winning NAS, codenamed LaCie 5big, filling it with a bunch of cutting-edge options. The greenhorn is targeting corporate field and intended at a problem-free data backup, 4K video editing, joint and remote access to data, etc. The storage is housed in a solid aluminum chassis and counts five drive bays. Nonetheless, it features 173x220x196 mm dimensions only, which makes it the most compact NAS with the largest storage capacity in the market.



LaCie 5big will be available in three versions with the maximal capacity of 10 TB, 20 TB and 30 TB. The most outstanding peculiarity pertained to the model is the support of high-speed Thunderbolt 2 interface, represented by two ports. Initially, the storage presupposes the integration of five 6 TB hard drives, designed by Seagate, with the 7200 RPM spindle operation.


All the drives might be joined into RAID 5 configuration for a better …

Swiftech Apogee SKF Heirloom Waterblocks’ Outward Can Be Easily Modified with the Help of Various Cover Plates

The Swiftech Company releases innovative Apogee SKF Heirloom waterblocks, compatible with all modern central processors and aimed at users paying extra attention to PC’s components layout. The unit utilizes the latest cooling system, performed out of 125 micron thick fins.



There are five colour versions of this product available. Moreover, upon purchase one can select among six cover plates and two types (black and chrome-plated) of mounting brackets. Two lines of RGB LED lights are embedded into this waterblock, thus, making it fit any colour scheme.


The base of the Swiftech novelty is produced out of copper, and the upper part – out of anodized aluminium. In the middle, there is a transparent acrylic window.


Apogee SKF Heirloom waterblocks cost approximately $95. The supply set contains one element, framing the window, as well as one piece in the shape of the company’s logo. To make a waterblock unique the manufacturer is ready to engrave any text (not more …

AURAFLOW 240 – Colourful Cooling Review

Introduction

The Chinese company ID-Cooling, known first of all for low-cost cooling systems, announced the release of a new, unattended processor Auraflow 240. The novelty is compatible with all current processor platforms, and its main customers, according to the manufacturer's idea, should become fans of LED RGB-illumination and are to be owners of motherboards from ASUS.


Specifications

Thickness — 1.1" (2.2" w/fans)

Width — 4.7" (120mm)

Depth — 10.8" (274mm)

Pump Height — 1.7" (43mm)

Controller — None (BIOS)

Cooling Fans — (2) 120 x 25mm

Connectors — (1) 3-pin, (2) PWM

Weight — 38 Ounces

Intel Sockets — 775, 115x, 1366, 2011x/2066

AMD Sockets — AM4, 4-bolt Legacy

Warranty — 3 Years


Packaging

The Auraflow 240 is in black color, and its size is really great. On the front side of the box there is a beautiful photo of the pump and radiator of the SZHO, and just below there are the key features of …

Videocodecs, list of vendors

Here you can find a list of Videocodecs vendors and download necessary drivers straight away. With a view to find a required driver out of 1332 items in our database inventory, select an appropriate vendor of Videocodecs from the list of 1 available in this section.

DevID : : Videocodecs

The video codec is one of those programs that demonstrates its self-interest every PC user when you need to view any video. Surely you at least once puzzled over how to "force" the player to play the clip or movie, if the screen throws an error. It's very simple: just download the drivers for the video codecs!

What is the video codec? This is a small program-an algorithm that encodes (compresses) and decodes (plays back from a compressed state) video files for their further discernment multimedia players. Usually the multimedia files are very large, making it impossible for their storage, transfer and playback without any special processing. Such processing performed codecs "packaging" material to the required size.

When recording video, for example, on camera, the files are encoded. In order for this video to run on a PC, it is necessary to decode; that is, the codecs installed on the computer should recognize the video, convert compressed files to stream and play back in the desired format on the player.

Decoding of content is also necessary for transferring files over the network. Video codecs compress the original file size (video, film), while maintaining excellent image quality.

Just imagine how much storage space a PC would take a two-hour movie format Full HD without coding and how much time would be needed for the player to play for such a massive file? Downloading the drivers for the video codecs, you just decide this thing!

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