Category: peripherals

Jonsbo NC-1 Heatspreader : Add RGB Bling To Your Basic DDR4 Ram

Jonsbo NC-1 Heatspreader : Add RGB Bling To Your Basic DDR4 Ram RGB lighting is something that has become extremely popular over the past year. With pricing of memory on the rise many people are deciding to go with basic DDR4 kits as they are about 20-30 percent cheaper than those with RGB lighting. Well Jonsbo wants everyone to enjoy RGB memory modules so they have released their Jonsbo NC-1 Heatspreader. The Jonsbo NC-1 Heatspreader is an aluminum heatspreader with a 256-color RGB multi-color LED element embedded in the top which emits lights through a diffuser. Currently Jonsbo will...

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NVIDIA Next Generation GPU “Ampere” – Will Be Announced at GTC 2018

Rumor NVIDIA Next Generation GPU “Ampere” – Will Be Announced at GTC 2018 The name of NVIDIA Next Generation GPU “Ampere”  has just appeared over at From the looks of it, it’s rumored that NVIDIA Next Generation GPU “Ampere” will succeed Pascal, at least in the gaming market. NVIDIA Next Generation GPU “Ampere” – Arrives Next Year, Unveil at GTC 2018 According to Heise, NVIDIA is preparing a NVIDIA Next Generation GPU “Ampere” which they are planning to unveil at GTC 2018. There are currently no details available but rumors are that NVIDIA will be jumping straight from...

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AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 & 64 Graphics Card Unboxing

So, Lately AMD officially announced the consumer version of its Vega-based graphics cards. With a reasonable  prices starting at $399 for the Radeon RX Vega 56, $499 for Radeon Vega RX 64 Air Cooled and  $699 for the Radeon RX Vega 64 Liquid Cooled, AMD has now it’s place in the territory currently occupied by NVIDIA’s higher-end GeForce GTX 10 graphics cards. This week  AMD decide to  finally send and deliver to reviewers a box that contained a graphics card presentation unlike any other we’ve seen to date. AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 & 64 Graphics Card Unboxing Luckily...

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Logitech G102 Leaked Photos

After the announcement of the Prodigy Lineup from Logitech, which you can find out more about over here, Logitech seemed to be satisfied with their current releases of mice. Until this happened: A Reddittor by the name of “madn3ss795” snagged these shots from a local reseller at his town and, yes, you read it right, the newcomer to the Prodigy lineup: “The G102”. Which looks exactly like a GPro and feels like a G100s. In fact, this mouse is meant to be replacing the budget-friendly solution that Logitech has had for years now, which is the G100s, with a better...

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Destroying Computers Using USB Sticks!

You might have thought of something like James Bond movies when you read “Destroying Computers Using USB Sticks!” because as imaginary as it might sound, we could’ve done this since the dawn of computers! But the question remains: Why, exactly? And the USBKill group’s answer is:”Because we can”. Meet the USBKill As cute and innocent as it might look, this dongle packs some very scary hardware under the hood (Of course scary for your components but nothing out of the norm) as it looks like this: And, yes you are correct, those are not flash chips, those are capacitors....

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