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G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5 memory module line headed by DDR5-6400 modules

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G.Skill today announced the Trident Z5 RGB and Trident Z5 series DDR5 memory modules, specially designed for Intel’s next generation platform. The line is headed by 16 GB DDR5-6400 modules working with CL36-36-36-76 delays. Available in kits of two, these modules use Samsung’s high-performance DDR5 memory chips.

Describing the appearance of the modules of the new Trident Z5 family, the manufacturer claims that in their design “elements of the hypercar” are integrated into the “iconic design of the Trident radiator”. Trident Z5 Series modules feature a sleek black top panel, while Trident Z5 RGB Series modules feature an RGB backlight diffuser in this area. The illumination can be controlled using the G.SKILL Trident Z Lighting Control software, or synchronized with the illumination of other system components using the software supplied with the motherboard.

The list of new products includes 16 GB DDR5-5600, DDR5-6000 and DDR5-6400 modules, packaged in two. Each of the modules is available in versions with CL36-36-36-76 and CL40-40-40-76 delays. DDR5 Trident Z5 and Trident Z5 RGB memory kits will be available in November 2021.

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Android will have a new option that will tell you how much time you spend with the mobile

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The Google team is preparing a new widget, which will help users keep in mind the time they spend with their mobile on.

So if you are one of those who spend more time on your mobile than you would like, the new dynamics proposed by Google will serve you well.

New Digital Wellbeing widget will show you how much time you spend on your mobile

The Google team has released several widgets in recent months. For example, “People & Pets” and “Your Memories” widgets for Google Photos, or “Recently Played” for YouTube Music.

And now, it seems that the next application to release a new widget is «Digital Wellbeing». It is the Google application that tries to make users aware of the time they spend in front of the mobile screen, the apps they use the most, as well as other options to encourage digital rest.

From this application, or the section that it has within the mobile configuration, users can review how time passes on the mobile, breaking it down by applications or days. It also provides other data, such as the number of notifications and unlocks.

It also allows you to set timers for apps or set a time to sleep to silence the mobile and change the screen to black and white. And now the Google team wants to make it much easier for users to take advantage of the data provided by the Digital Wellbeing app.

As mentioned 9to5google, In the code of the latest version of Digital Welfare you can see a new widget. This shows the total time you are spending with the mobile screen on, and a series of the three applications that have stolen your time the most.

Apps are shown with circles of different sizes, depending on the amount of time. At the moment, the Google team has not mentioned anything about it, so we will have to wait for future updates.

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YouTube adds new options to control videos from Android

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YouTube is rolling out a new dynamic on Android, which allows users to play videos with audio from the home page.

A dynamic that will make it easier for you to see and listen to the videos from the YouTube preview before moving to another window.

New options to control YouTube videos

Until now, the videos displayed on the YouTube home page on Android can only be played automatically without sound. While the subtitles appear on the video as normal, there is no way to turn on the audio.

A dynamic that is now changing, since one of the options that YouTube has been testing since last year is being implemented. So if you open the YouTube app on your Android mobile, it is likely that you will already find the update that allows you to control the sound, subtitles and other details of the automatic playback of the home page.

When you open the YouTube home page and the video starts playing, you’ll see a new menu added to the top of the player. If you open this new menu, you will see that you will have options to activate the sound of the videos or disable the subtitles.

And as a bonus, you can also hover over the player to go forward or backward in the video from the same preview on the YouTube home page. And of course, you can change the settings as many times as you want.

A small change, but one that will make it easier to watch full videos from the home page. Or at least satisfy our curiosity about the content of the video, without having to open it in a new window. One detail to keep in mind is that this dynamic is only available on the YouTube home page.

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EK-Loop PCIe 4.0 riser 200mm priced at 67 euros

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EK, better known for its computer cooling solutions, has announced the release of a PCIe 4.0 x16 riser cable. According to the manufacturer, this “premium high-speed cable is compatible with all modern motherboards.” The list includes motherboards based on the Z590, Z690, X570 and B550 chipsets. It has been tested with both AMD RX 6000 series GPUs and Nvidia RTX 30 series GPUs. Of course, the cable is 100% PCIe 3.0 compliant.

EK-Loop PCIe 4.0 riser 200mm priced at 67 euros

The cable description notes improved shielding, high flexibility of the cable and its compatibility with EK-Loop series brackets for vertical mounting of video cards.

The cable is 200 mm long and costs 66.90 euros.

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