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Graphics Card XFX R7750 Black Edition Review

The market of graphics cards is currently represented by models with various specifications. This implies the abundance of opportunities for different customer groups, starting from inveterate gamers with heightened demands for graphics characteristics, and finishing with average users who adopt traditional graphics needs. Each graphics card manufacturer tries to integrated some innovative components or apply some advanced technologies in their products. Hence, Radeon HD 7750 doesn't have a reference model, since every designer adds some peculiar features to it, at least, a brand cooler. Graphics card XFX R7750 Black Edition is distinguished by the implementation of an original board, CrossFireX socket and additional power supply.



General Specifications


The major attractive peculiarity of XFX R7750 Black Edition that might draw customers' attention is the low level of TDP which equals to 55W, as compared to other similar models that consume 80W to 90W on similar …

Review of Network Drive IconBIT I-Stor IS308

Production of a new model is positioned as a replacement for modern routers with features of sharing USB-carriers. IS308 — the budget class — single-disk storage is a good device for visiting friends for movies, or for backup. In general, it is used for tasks which are not mission-critical of data loss. The speed and functionality are secondary, the main thing — the price and design. At a price of 90 $, IconBIT IS308 offers the buyer an autonomous Torrent-downloader, a network drive, support for protocols Samba and FTP, gigabit network interface and USB 3.0 port.



The device has stylish black aluminium hull and comes with a stand for vertical installation. IconBIT iS308 looks more like a normal external hard drive rather than the NAS. And if for someone Synology design seems too plastic, and QNAP — too angular, the iconBIT iS308 looks modern, simple and stylish.


The next thing that catches an eye — is the lack of a fan. Finally, there is a NAS with passive cooling. …

Kingston KC1000 SSDs Are Equipped With the PCIe 3.0 x4 Interface and Support the NVMe Protocol

The Kingston Company has announced the release of KC1000 solid-state drives, which are equipped with the PCIe 3.0 x4 interface and support the latest NVMe protocol. These products feature the MLC NAND flash memory and the Phison PS5007-E7 controller.



The KC1000 sequential read speed achieves 2,700 MB/sec; and the ultimate sequential write velocity is 900 MB/sec with the smallest capacity model and 1,600 MB/sec with other samples. The novelty supplies up to 290,000 IOPS. During the period of service Kingston solid-state disks, being available in 240, 480 and 960 GB, endure 300, 550 and 1000 TB of data respectively. In addition, we should remark, the SSD provides enhanced endurance and power saving.


Delivering of this M.2 2280 type device starts in the middle of June. The cost is unveiled yet, however, it is reported, that specialties are protected by a five-year warranty and intend Kingston support.

Fireware devices, list of vendors

Here you can find a list of Fireware devices vendors and download necessary drivers straight away. With a view to find a required driver out of 654963 items in our database inventory, select an appropriate vendor of Fireware devices from the list of 25142 available in this section.

DevID : : Fireware devices

Standard Fireware (IEEE 1394) – a method of transmitting information in a digital format via a serial high-speed bus. In most cases this standard is used for communication between the computer and the equipment to record/playback video and audio.

Its high-speed performance Fireware is close to the performance tires USB 2.0, but unlike the latter, allows you to connect simultaneously usedona much greater quantity of devices (up to 60!). To ensure the functionality of all connected equipment to help the driver Fireware devices.

The main advantages of the bus of IEEE 1394 can be attributed to the relatively low cost of integration, quite fast data transfer, as well as the ability to connect devices equipped with hot-swappable Plug-and-play. This mode allows you to connect/disconnect devices at any time (even when there is an exchange of information) without fear of loss or errors in the data. In addition, Fireware performs data transmission and voltage supply on a single cable.

If you are connecting equipment computer failed to recognize it, then you should download the drivers for Fireware devices, or update the outdated. This will require direct access to the Internet.

Usually such devices come with a separate disc, which contains all necessary for effective work drivers. If it is missing or the software does not meet the requirements of the current OS, run the update through device Manager.

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