Cape Verde GPU with 640 Stream Processors
A recent post from a user on Reddit that has bought the new 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina, finally shed some light on the Radeon R9 M370X graphics card, which is based on a three-year old Cape Verde GPU.
GPU-Z reveals clocks, scores 14k in 3DMark Fire Strike
While there have been plenty of reports recently regarding the specifications of the upcoming Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti graphics card, we now have the first GPU-Z screenshot showing most of the details as well as some 3DMark benchmark scores.
First teaser of the Fiji GPU based flagship
Johan Andersson, Technical Director on Frostbite Engine at Electronic Arts, has teased the first real picture of the upcoming AMD flagship graphics card based on the Fiji GPU.
To launch soon according to reports
It appears that Nvidia might launch the Geforce GTX 980 Ti even earlier as expected as we are now hearing plenty of new rumors regarding it, including most of the specifications.
With Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC
While we already know that teh OnePlus 2 should arrive sometime during the third quarter of this year, what appears to be a prototype of the same smartphone has now been spotted at GeekBench.
Mini PC with RAID support
Zotac has unveiled the new R Series in its well known ZBox Mini PC lineup which will feature two models, The ZBox RI323 and the Zbox RI531, both base on Intel's CPUs.
New iMac with Retina 5K display
Apple has unveiled its newest 15-inch MacBook Pro which includes both AMD Radeon R9 M370X GPU, the Force Touch technology. It has also been showing off a new US $1,999 priced iMac with Retina 5K display.
5.7-inch and 5.0-inch mid-rangers
LG is finally releasing some more mid-range oriented smartphones designed around its recently unveiled G4 flagship smartphone. ,
To go head to head with Qualcomm Quick Charge tech
Qualcomm was quite keen to advertise its Quick Charge technology over the past couple of quarters, but MediaTek has now unveiled the new Pump Express Plus technology in an effort to go head to head with Qualcomm.