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Delkin Devices Introduces CFexpress Type A Memory Cards

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CFexpress Type A cards are used in cameras such as Sony a1, a7S III, FX3, FX6 and a7 IV

Delkin Devices has joined the tight circle of manufacturers producing CFexpress Type A memory cards. In addition to it, removable media of this format are produced by Sony and ProGrade.

CFexpress Type A memory cards are smaller than CFexpress Type B cards, but are also based on PCI Express technology, making them superior in performance to even the fastest SD memory cards. CFexpress Type A cards are used in many cameras such as Sony a1, a7S III, FX3, FX6 and a7 IV.

Delkin Devices Introduces CFexpress Type A Memory Cards

For Delkin BLACK CFexpress Type A memory cards, write speeds up to 790 MB / s are declared, which is enough for recording 8K video at 30 fps and a bit rate of 400 Mbps. In this parameter, they compete with Sony and ProGrade cards. Delkin’s BLACK CFexpress Type A series cards deliver read speeds up to 880MB/s, allowing you to quickly transfer footage and reuse the card.

The description of the cards says that they are shockproof, protected from magnetic fields, ultraviolet and X-rays, static electricity and remain operational in a wide temperature range. Delkin backs them up with a “48 hour replacement warranty”. This means that the company promises to replace a failed card with a workable one within two days from the moment of contact (excluding weekends) – even before it receives a faulty card from the consumer. At the same time, Delkin CFexpress Type A POWER series memory cards are introduced, which are not covered by the 48-hour replacement warranty.

Delkin Devices Introduces CFexpress Type A Memory Cards

Delkin BLACK and Delkin POWER CFexpress Type A cards will be available in 80GB and 160GB. Pricing and sales dates are yet to be announced, but it is known that in April the company promises to release a memory card device compatible with CFexpress Type A and SD cards.

As a benchmark, the source says the 160GB ProGrade Digital CFexpress Type A Cobalt Memory Card is $310 with a $55 discount, while the 160GB Sony CFexpress Type A TOUGH Card is $398.

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This is what the first motherboard for Ryzen 7000 processors looks like. ASRock X670E Taichi lit up on the Web

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In a few days, AMD will introduce the X670E, X670 and B650 chipsets for AM5 platform motherboards designed to work with Ryzen 7000 processors. But today we can get our first look at such a board.

This is what the first motherboard for Ryzen 7000 processors looks like. ASRock X670E Taichi lit up on the Web

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Assemble a PC “without cables”. Gigabyte introduced Stealth components, including a graphics card with an atypical power connector layout

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Assemble a PC without cables Gigabyte introduced Stealth components including

Gigabyte has announced a partnership with Maingear, creating new products as part of this collaboration.

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The GeForce RTX 3050 can now also be almost fully used for Ethereum mining. Nvidia LHR v3 security cracked 90%

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The GeForce RTX 3050 can now also be almost fully used for Ethereum mining.  Nvidia LHR v3 security cracked 90%

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