Ncase has confirmed that its M1 compact chassis has now reached the end of its life. Corsair showcased the Dominator Platinum DDR5 generation memory design and AMD’s BC-160 encoder is said to be stuck in the picture.
This week, we saw Corsair’s DDR5-based Dominator Platinum Memories. We may have seen the first sign of life from AMD’s popular crypto-mining card called the BC-160, and we might as well say goodbye to the classic architecture.
Ncase M1 retirement
The Ncase M1, a small chassis with a capacity of only 12.7 liters, became a great snack when it was first launched. Even recent revisions to the structure have received their fair share of attention from small factor enthusiasts. Now the developers of the structure have confirmed that they made the difficult decision to allow the structure to retire. Consequently, no new audits will be developed. However, that’s not the end of Ncase and they say they have new products in development.
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Corsair unveils Dominator Platinum DDR5
DDR5 will run alongside the next generation of processors. Corsair has now unveiled its Platinum DDR5-based memories. It will come in a matte black design with RGB LED lighting under the tops of the radiator. From the start, Memories will also be served at speeds of up to 6400Mbps. Speeds increase as the standard evolves.
Read more on Wccftech.
The first clue to the AMD encryption card?
What may be the first evidence of a dedicated crypto-cracking card from AMD is now circulating online. This is a Navi 12 graphics processor with 8GB of HBM2 memory that can go up to 72MH/s when it comes to mining Ethereum. Provided that the information is actually correct.
Read more on Video Cards.
Used iPhone – Which is the best and least expensive?
Sister site Surfa published an interesting article where they compared used iPhones to new ones. Some older iPhones are still pretty good, but which one is the best is a bit surprising. iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone XS recommended. Feel free to come in and read how they accessed the two models.
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