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XFX Demonstrates the Photo of Its Latest Radeon RX Vega Video Card

Being the AMD partner, the American XFX Co. has recently shared the earliest photos of its Radeon RX Vega video card variant. Unfortunately, the manufacturer hasn’t indicated the model depicted, however, regarding the presence of 6-pin and 8-pin connectors, we may assume we are looking at Radeon RX Vega 56.



At first sight this product (which is not released yet) possesses a huge cooling system, consisting of a two-section aluminium heat dissipator, copper heat pipes and a pair of ~90 mm fans. One should mention, that the length of the PC-board is only half the length of the graphics adapter, that’s why auxiliary power jacks are located right in the middle, not on the edge of the card.


At the rear the novelty features a metal backplate. In all likelihood, the XFX logo is supplied with the red LED-backlighting.


The Radeon RX Vega 56 (?) specialty approximate launch date remains yet in petto.

New Gaming PC Chassis Versa G2 from Thermaltake

Thermaltake, a renowned Taiwanese PC hardware developer, has officially divulged the specifications of its new gaming chassis, codenamed Versa G2. The belonging to the gaming echelon is vindicated primarily by an eye-catching design. The casing is developed in mid-tower form factor, and is made of a durable steel (SGCC) and plastic. Its side plate contains an acrylic window with a few ventilation grids that showcase the internal layout of the chassis.



Thermaltake Versa G2 features 481x196x429 mm dimensions and is alloted for seven PCI/PCI Express expansion cards. It supports motherboard of ATX and micro-ATX standard and is notable by lower PSU localization. The internal spacing within the enclosure is sufficient for the installation of CPU cooler not more than 155 mm in height and of graphics card not more than 320 mm in length. The model is equipped with three external 5.25-inch drives and a single 3.5-inch drive, as well as with five internal 3.5-inch and a single 2.5-inch …

Shuttle Is Enriching Its Mini PCs Family with the NC03U Model

The Shuttle vendor is widening its product range with the NC03U mini PC, based on the Kaby Lake Intel CPU. To be specific, the novelty can be operated by the 7th generation Intel processors, from Celeron 3865U to Core i7-7500U, which are dual-core (15 W) chips aimed at notebooks and compact PCs.



The Shuttle specialty is able to hold up to 32 GB of DDR4-2133 MHz RAM. One 2.5-inch hard drive and one M.2 SSD drive can be installed for data storage. NC03U is produced without a discrete video card, however, the integrated graphics tech from Intel allows the system to play 4K video at 60 Hz.


This mini PC obtained such ports as HDMI, DisplayPort, RJ45, RS232, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, USB-C, alongside with wireless interface adaptors and a memory card slot. VESA mountings are also present. The Shuttle product’s dimensions are the following: 142 х 142 х 42 mm.


The cost and the release date of this mini PC, meant for personal or commercial utilization, are unknown, but a previous …

Phoenix, list of device classes

Here you can find a list of devices designed by Phoenix. You can download drivers from the following categories: USB devices. In order to download a required driver, choose an appropriate category from the list.

DevID : : Phoenix