Subject: Systems | March 2, 2018 - 04:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Chillblast, Threadripper, gtx 1080 ti, amd, Fusion Centauri
Are you the type of person that is always running low on threads, PCIe lanes and VRAM? Then Chillblast has a system for you! Inside is a watercooled Threadripper 1950X, 64GB of DDR4-2666, two watercooled ASUS GTX 1080 Ti's, a 1TB Samsung 960 PRO M.2 for your systems and a wee little 10TB Seagate Barracuda HDD for storage. Sure it will run you about £7,500, or just a hair over $10,000USD, but if you want to play all the things in 4k you need to spend a bit of cash. Check out Kitguru's full review here.
"The new Threadripper processors from AMD already push the envelope when it comes to multi-threaded performance, and the Chillblast Fusion Centauri Ryzen Threadripper Ultimate takes the red team’s fantastic hardware and pairs it with a stupendous, eye-catching build"
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
- Overclockers UK Cobalt Overclocked Gaming PC Review – 8350K & GTX 1060 @ KitGuru
- iMac Pro review: Hard to upgrade, but holy Jony Ive it’s fast @ Ars Technica
- Axiom TS Mini PC with Raven Ridge @ Modders-Inc
- PCSpecialist Vulcan Pro @ Kitguru
- Budget Overclocking Guide: Ryzen 3 2200G @ TechSpot
- Intel Atom C3950 + Tyan Tempest S3227 @ Phoronix
- ECS Liva Q Pocket Size PC @ Guru of 3D
- ECS LIVA Q @ TechPowerUp
Subject: Mobile | November 27, 2014 - 05:35 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: 1080p, Chillblast, Prestige i5-4200SH, dell, Inspiron 17 7000, hp, Beats Special Edition, Lenovo, Yoga 2 13, toshiba, Satellite S70-B-10U
Sick of the standard laptop screen resolution of 1366x768, especially on a laptop with a 17" screen? The Register has collected five laptops which have a 1080p resolution, several of which feature touchscreen capabilities for use with Win 8.1 and range in screen size up to 17.3". There is a variety of quality, the lower cost HP notebook does not feature an IPS display and so is not as sharp as some other models but then again it is not as expensive as the other models either. There is not much in the way of benchmarks but it is not too hard to estimate performance based on the components which are inside these laptops as they are common among the current generation of laptops. This review focuses on the screen, much like your eyes do.
"For the more discerning eye, that’s just not enough, and while we’ll be looking at the more expensive HiDPI laptops soon, full HD laptops are certainly more affordable these days, especially if you’re prepared to trade having a high-performance CPU or a speedy solid-state drive for a crisper, higher resolution image instead."
Here are some more Mobile articles from around the web:
- Silverstone Noble Breeze NB05 Notebook Cooler @ eTeknix
- Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Tablet Review @ Hardware Secrets
- Nvidia Shield Tablet Android 5.0 Lollipop @ eTeknix
- What's MISSING on Amazon Fire Phone... and why it WON'T set the world alight @ The Register
- Hudl 2 @ The Inquirer
- Moto 360 smartwatch @ The Inquirer
- SuperTooth HD VOICE In-Car Speakerphone Review @ NikKTech