NVIDIA GTX 960M, GTX 950M and GT940M Specifications Comparison

MSI has updated its notebook for gamers line without making too much noise, but thanks to that we have seen the specifications of the GTX 960M, GTX 950M and GT 940M, based on NVIDIA Maxwell.

Thanks to this we were able to confirm the specifications that these “new” graphics cards for laptops have. We make emphasis on “new” because in reality we are facing relaunched solutions.

As shown in the attached table, the GTX 960M and GTX 950M would be renamed versions of the GTX 860M and GTX 850M, but with a slight increase in their operating frequencies. (Read More: 960M vs 860M)

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Intel Xeon D, Broadwell arrives to the servers

The Intel Broadwell architecture keeps extending within the catalogue of Intel products. After the Core M and Core U, the company keeps integrating this architecture in low consumption chips and now it’s the turn of its application to the servers.

The new Xeon D are fabricated with 14 nanometers and, at least initially, they’ll arrive under two models of 4 and 8 cores in integrated SoC format, that means, they’ll be directly welded onto server plates, so those of you who were waiting for the first Broadwell processor with a CPU socket will have to wait.

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NVIDIA TITAN X Performance is Leaked

In the results that have been leaked into the videocardz website we can see how the GTX TITAN X reaches 7899 points on the 3DMARK Firestrike EXTREME test. Considering this measure as the 100%, the TITAN Z with double GPU stays at only 108%, and other graphic cards as the GTX 980 or the R9 … Read more

G DATA bets for safety devices for Android at MWC

MWC 2015. G DATA, the German company specializing in security solutions, was present at the Mobile World Congress 2015 held in Barcelona with a clear message directed to an interconnected world in which mobile devices and its applications invade everything.

In this sense, though they had announced that it would be one of its “highlights” during MWC 2015, they made official that their new app that encrypts SMS messages between devices on Android phones will be available in Google Play on April.

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Microsoft publishes Mac’s Office 2016 Trial

Microsoft has published a trial version of Office 2016 for Mac. A version that can be downloaded for free and that will get updates until the final release, expected to come out on the second semester of 2015 according to Microsoft’s announcement. Office16’s trial for Mac is the “classic” version of the office suite, locally installable and intended for computers with keyboard and mouse.

It is specially designed for computers running OS X Operative System,optimized for high resolution Retina displays and highly connected to cloud storage services, such as Enterprise OneDrive and SharePoint.

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ASRock has its LGA 1151 motherboard compatible with Intel Skylake processors

In spite of the delay the launching of Intel Skylake processors has suffered, it looks like ASRock is preparing its machinery to receive the sixth generation of Intel processors with open arms. At the Embedded World 2015, the company has shown a motherboard for industrial applications that has caught the attention for including the new LGA 1151 socket.

This socket is prepared to support the new Skylake processors manufactured at 14 nanometers that will come to replace the current Haswell and Broadwell (if the desktop version isn’t finally cancelled).

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New information about AMD’s Zen CPUs

New information coming from, in theory, an official route sheet from AMD has allowed us to see new details on AMD’s new Zen CPUs, a much waited generation that could be the revulsive that Sunnyvale’s giant needs.

Don’t get me wrong, the red giant offers an excellent price-performance ratio within its processors, but has been left far behind Intel in terms of monofilament performance and efficiency.

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