GIGABYTE “TH” Motherboard’s support Collage Intel Driver for 4K resolutions
Dual Thunderbolt Ports in GIGABYTE’s ‘TH’ models offer up to 10Gbps data transfer speeds from each port: this means you can transfer industry-leading UHD (Ultra High Definition) graphics and data simultaneously! Each Thunderbolt port complies with the DisplayPort 1.1 standard (with support for 2K resolutions from each port), and therefore provide a combined resolution of up to 4K for the ultimate in display specification future-proofing.
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Posted in Digital Home, Gadgets, PC Components, PC Motherboards
Tagged 2k, 4K, collage, Demo, DisplayPort, Driver, dual, Gigabyte, graphics, HD, Intel, lapse, motherboard, port, resolution, test, Thunderbolt, Time, Timelapse, UHD
2 Port Thunderbolt solution from Intel, embedded on the GA-Z77X-UP5 TH motherboard.
Hunter demonstrates a high-end rendering using a RAID setup and monitor on the one side. The rendering consists of 2x 2k videos, and 1x 1080p video all processing at the same time.
On the adjacent side using the second Thunderbolt port, another 2 RAID systems which are running a benchmark displayed on a separate monitor. While all running together there is no performance drop on either side. The 10GB/sec throughput is completely seamless.
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Posted in Computex 2012, Event Coverage
Tagged 2, Computex, Computex 2012, demonstration, dual, GA-Z77X-UP5 TH, Gigabyte, motherboard, RAID, stress, system, test, Thunderbolt, Thunderport
Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core phone supported by LG plus world’s first quad-core CPU tablet and 12 core GPU.
Posted in Computex 2011, PC Graphics
Tagged 12, 2011, ati, computer, Computex, Computex 2011, core, CPU, dual, dual-core, GPU, laptop, mobile, Nvidia, quad, quad-core, smartphone, tablet, taipei, Taiwan, TEGRA
PM Jacob Freeman shows EVGA’s the latest offerings with the P55 chipset from Intel. EVGA P55 is an enthusiast motherboard with dual BIOS, it has pulsating LED in the heatspreader, and a 10 phase analog PWM. The EVGA FTW line has a total of 3 BIOS chips and each chip can store a different BIOS version. The active switch helps you select which is your preference. Its an excellent feature for testing out new BIOS’. It has a 12 Phase analog PWM and has dual 8 pin inputs for a total of 600W of power to the CPU and PWM region directly. Peter Tan, the world renowned overclocker working for EVGA gives his take on the P55 chipset. Inside the CPU socket cavity EVGA have inserted low inductance surface mount capacitors. The high grade capacitors give low inductance and are the best ones for the job.
Posted in Computex 2009, Event Coverage, PC Components, PC Motherboards
Tagged analog PWM, BIOS chipset, dual, enthusiast, evga, EVGA FTW, EVGA P55, Intel, led, OC, overclock, overclocking, P55, Peter Tan, phase