Corsair introduced the Xeneon Flex (45WQHD240) OLED gaming monitor, which the user can bend to their liking. The bending radius can be changed depending on what the monitor is currently being used for: for example, for a first-person shooter, it can be bent as much as possible, and for watching a movie with the whole family, on the contrary, it can be completely straightened. Curvature Corsair Xeneon Flex can reach 800R; if the display is already bent to this shape, it will make a clicking sound to avoid breakage.
The novelty was developed in collaboration with LG Display. The screen diagonal is 45 inches, the resolution is 3440×1440 pixels, the aspect ratio is 21:9, the peak brightness is 1000 cd/m2, and the refresh rate is 240 Hz. The monitor supports Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync Premium technology to prevent tearing and smoother gaming. Corsair and LG are also promising a burn-in prevention system that works both when the power is turned on and off, as well as a three-year warranty against burn-in and dead pixels. Data on the timing of release and cost of Corsair Xeneon Flex should appear towards the end of the year.
Previously, gamers were taken away for miners, but now it’s the other way around. XFX releases Radeon RX 6700 XL gaming graphics card
The first photos of a not-so-ordinary Radeon video card have appeared on the Web. We are talking about the mining version of the Radeon RX 6700 XL.
In this case, the XFX adapter is captured. The card is very large and has a very impressive cooling system.
Initially, the Radeon RX 6700 XL, which is equipped with 10 GB of memory, did not go on sale. Instead, AMD partners have made such cards available only to miners. Later, Sapphire released a similar retail solution called the RX 6700, and now it looks like XFX wants to do the same, only under the name RX 6700 XL.
Technically it’s the same card. It has a GPU with 2304 stream processors versus 2560 p.p. for the RX 6700XT. In addition, in the younger version, the bus has been cut down to 160-bit.
Of course, the performance of such a card is lower than that of the RX 6700 XT, but higher than that of the RX 6650 XT. At the same time, in Europe for the RX 6700 XT they ask from 470 euros, but the RX 6700 will cost 430 euros.
The popularity of Windows 11 on Steam is growing. GeForce GTX 1060, GTX 1650 and RTX 2060 are the most popular graphics cards among users
The developers of the digital distribution service for computer games, Steam, published statistics on the use of hardware and software for September 2022, showing that the share of Windows continues to grow, while the share of macOS and Linux decreases.
The share of Microsoft Windows 11 increased by 1.06%. More and more users are moving from Windows 10 and Windows 7 to the new system, which may be due to the release of Windows 11 22H2. Overall, Windows accounts for 96.41% and OSX for 2.36%.
In terms of graphics cards, the GeForce GTX 1060, GTX 1650, and RTX 2060 are still the top three graphics cards with the most users, and their share has increased. The share of graphics cards for laptops RTX 3060 increased by 0.61%, this card closes the top five. And the fourth place was taken by the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti.
The share of Intel processors grew by 0.82% and amounted to 68.73%. The share of AMD decreased to 31.24%. It is worth noting that the latest generation of desktop processors from Intel and AMD will be available in large quantities in October.
Here is the support: ASRock replaces motherboards under warranty if the user fails to completely peel off the sticker
ASRock has launched new socket AM5 motherboards into the market. And they turned out to be problematic, but the point here is not in the technical aspects. As it turned out, the new boards with AMD X670E logic had a specific defect – their RAM slots were covered with a sticker that could hardly be torn off. Because of this, traces of glue remained on the connectors.
According to Reddit, the problem concerned the first copies of the X670E Steel Legend line. On the sticker itself there was a warning that after resetting CMOS, the first launch could be long – up to 6.5 minutes when installing four 32 GB modules.
This sticker was supposed to warn potentially dissatisfied customers about a slow system boot, but caused a warranty claim for a different reason. To the credit of the company, they decided not to tempt fate and simply changed the boards to new ones.
It is noteworthy that the slow first boot manifested itself on older BIOS versions, they were updated back in September, and new boards come without stickers. So the first buyers were just a little unlucky. At the same time, we note that it is not yet clear whether the boards are changing around the world or only in certain countries. In extreme cases, the source recommends cleaning the connectors.
Earlier, photos of the ASRock A770 and A750 video cards appeared on the network.
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