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OWC Accelsior 8M2 PCIe SSD is insanely fast and expensive

OWC Accelsior 8M2 PCIe SSD is insanely fast and expensive

OWC has announced its new Accelsior 8M2 PCIe SSD, a new storage solution that offers an enormous 64TB capacity, as well as speeds up to 26,000MB/s combined with a plug-and-play design. The new model is suitable for Windows PCs, Linux machines, and the 2019 Mac Pro. OWC claims the 8M2 is the fastest PCIe SSD on the market in addition to offering the highest capacity available.

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Tiny Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W revealed with miniature $15 price tag

Tiny Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W revealed with miniature $15 price tag

Raspberry Pi's entire business is releasing tiny, low-cost computers, but at one point several years ago, the company decided it could go lower than the $30-$35 price tags we've seen for many of its flagships. In 2015, the company introduced the $5 Raspberry Pi Zero, which was soon followed by the $10 Zero W. Today, Raspberry Pi announced another addition to the Zero lineup, revealing the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W, which runs $15.

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Intel Arc dedicated graphics face off with NVIDIA and AMD next year

Intel Arc dedicated graphics face off with NVIDIA and AMD next year

We already knew that Intel was planning to start offering its own line of discrete graphics cards at some point in the future, and today, the company brought us one step closer to a full reveal. Today, Intel announced the brand that it will release this graphics hardware under Intel Arc and told us when we can expect to see the first Arc hardware launch.

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Valve’s Steam Deck handheld takes on Switch for PC gamers

Valve’s Steam Deck handheld takes on Switch for PC gamers

If you've ever looked at a Nintendo Switch and thought, "it would be cool to have something like this for PC gaming," then boy does Valve have the device for you. Today Valve announced the Steam Deck, a new handheld gaming device that lets you play Steam games on the go. Of course, we've seen PC gaming go portable through gaming laptops in the past, but the Steam Deck seems to take things to a whole new level.

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Android Apps coming to Windows 11: Why it matters

Android Apps coming to Windows 11: Why it matters

After much speculation and rumors all this year, Windows 11 operating system is now officially announced by Microsoft. The next refreshing OS is coming to machines this holiday season and the excitement is already on a high. A major part of the Windows 11 ecosystem is going to have presence of all supported Android apps, which comes as interesting news for users.

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This is why the Windows 11 TPM 2.0 is non-negotiable for Microsoft

This is why the Windows 11 TPM 2.0 is non-negotiable for Microsoft

Microsoft has set out its argument for why Windows 11 upgrades need TPM chips, following widespread confusion this week after the system upgrade checker warned people with even high-end PCs that they fell short of the new OS' requirements. Announced yesterday, Windows 11 debuts a new UI, Android app support, and new pen features, but it's security where Microsoft is really doubling-down.

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Newegg Shuffle returns today with RTX 30-series cards and Ryzen 9 5900X, but there’s a catch

Newegg Shuffle returns today with RTX 30-series cards and Ryzen 9 5900X, but there’s a catch

If you're looking for an RTX 30-series card, then you'll definitely want to have a peek over at Newegg today. The company has launched another Newegg Shuffle, and this time around, there are quite a few RTX 30-series cards to pick from. There are also a couple of AMD products in this shuffle as well, including the hard-to-find Ryzen 9 5900X.

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NZXT finally debuts its first AMD motherboard with N7 B550

NZXT finally debuts its first AMD motherboard with N7 B550

NZXT has been in the business of making motherboards for a few years now, but up to this point, it has only made motherboards for Intel CPUs. That all changed today with the introduction of the NZXT N7 B550 motherboard which - as the name reveals - supports AMD's B550 chipset. That means it's compatible with 3000, 4000, and 5000 series AMD Ryzen processors, so if you've managed to get your hands on one of the new Ryzen CPUs, NZXT finally has a motherboard for you.

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AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT review round-up and where to buy

AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT review round-up and where to buy

Today reviews of the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT were released alongside the card itself - in stores online. The AMD Radeon 6000 series' most powerful beast aims to deliver 4K gaming top to bottom. This graphics card has a release date that matches the date of the reviews - which is relative bad news for those of you out there waiting to see positive reviews before pulling the trigger on a purchase.

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NVIDIA RTX A6000 and A40 serve up big pro-level specs

NVIDIA RTX A6000 and A40 serve up big pro-level specs

NVIDIA kicked off the week by announcing two new high-end graphics card. While gamers get the RTX 3070, 3080, and 3090 to fawn over as bots and scalpers buy up stock at shocking rates, professionals who need a beefy graphics card will now get to add the RTX A6000 to their wishlist. Paired with the RTX A6000 is the new NVIDIA A40, though we'll see the latter in server configurations rather than workstation builds.

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 delayed to bolster stock ahead of launch day

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 delayed to bolster stock ahead of launch day

It isn't exactly a secret that NVIDIA's roll out of its new RTX 30-series cards has been rough so far. The RTX 3080 sold out in the blink of an eye, and the RTX 3090 didn't fare a whole lot better despite its much higher price tag. Now, with the launch of the much more affordable RTX 3070 on the horizon, NVIDIA has decided to push it back a little bit to give its manufacturing partners additional time to make more cards.

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Dell XPS Desktop PC gets a sleek and thoughtful 2020 redesign

Dell XPS Desktop PC gets a sleek and thoughtful 2020 redesign

Dell has redesigned its XPS Desktop PC and, while notebooks may get the most attention these days, it's a reminder that style and attention to detail isn't just important when you're mobile. Smaller but more powerful than its predecessor, the new XPS Desktop offers up to 10th Gen Intel Core i9K processors.

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