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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 the second generation of the iconic NH-D15 super cooler. There are not many changes, but it’s still a long time to wait for the release

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Noctua first showed a new generation of CPU cooler NH-D15.

This is the second generation of the iconic NH-D15 super cooler.  There are not many changes, but it's still a long time to wait for the release

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This is the second generation of the iconic NH-D15 super cooler.  There are not many changes, but it's still a long time to wait for the release

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This is the second generation of the iconic NH-D15 super cooler.  There are not many changes, but the release is still a long time

Despite the demonstration, the release of the novelty is still far away: Noctua is going to release the cooler only next year.

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A video card with a strange 7 GB of memory, and even a completely Chinese design. Moore Threads MTT S70 unveiled with RTX 3060 performance

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A video card with a strange 7 GB of memory

The Chinese company Moore Threads introduced the MTT S70 video card, which was a step below the S80 model, released at the end of last year.

A video card with a strange 7 GB of memory, and even a completely Chinese design.  Moore Threads MTT S70 unveiled with RTX 3060 performance

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Recall that Moore Threads video cards are based on the architecture of the company’s own design.

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Video cards won’t stop growing in size? MSI Shows Giant Cooling Systems for Upcoming Adapters

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Despite the fact that GeForce RTX 40 video cards are much more energy efficient than RTX 30 models, manufacturers are not only in no hurry to reduce the size of cards and their coolers, but, on the contrary, they are announcing ever more monstrous coolers. MSI at Computex 2023 showed several new solutions at once, and they are all huge.

Video cards won't stop growing in size?  MSI Shows Giant Cooling Systems for Upcoming Adapters

In total, MSI showed three developments: a radiator with bimetallic fins, a three-dimensional evaporation chamber and an integrated liquid CO.

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There are no exact dimensions for each solution, but a card with one of them occupies 4.2 expansion slots. This is less than the thickest graphics card on the market, the PNY RTX 4090 Verto ARGB Dual Fan, but still very, very much.

Video cards won't stop growing in size?  MSI Shows Giant Cooling Systems for Upcoming Adapters

Interestingly, MSI says that all these are developments for next-generation video cards, that is, at least for the RTX 4090 Ti, if one comes out. Or already for the RTX 50.

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