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Shuttle XPC Barebone DL20N and DL20N6 Mini PCs on Jasper Lake processors are on sale

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Shuttle, which specializes in mini PCs and basic mini PC building kits, has announced the launch of two new products in the latter category. These are the XPC Barebone DL20N and DL20N6 models in 1.3 L cases, built on passively cooled Jasper Lake processors. The DL20N uses an Intel Celeron N4505 dual-core processor, and the DL20N6 uses an Intel Pentium Silver N6005 quad-core processor. Otherwise, they are identical. To turn these kits into full-fledged PCs, all you need to do is add RAM and storage.

Shuttle XPC Barebone DL20N and DL20N6 Mini PCs on Jasper Lake processors are on sale

The system configuration can include two DDR4-2933 SO-DIMMs with a total capacity of 16 GB. For the solid-state drive, there is an M.2-2280 slot, into which PCIe 3.0 x2 and SATA 6 Gb / s interfaces are brought out. In addition, it is possible to install a 2.5-inch SSD or HDD up to 12.5 mm thick with a SATA 6 Gb / s interface. The 190 x 165 x 43mm mini PC includes HDMI 2.0b, DisplayPort 1.2 and VGA video outputs that can be used simultaneously. The list of ports includes two USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-A ports, two USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A ports, two USB 2.0 Type-A ports, one Gigabit Ethernet port each, RS232 and RS232 / 422/485. In addition, there is a slot for SD, SDHC and SDXC memory cards, headphone and microphone jacks. Wireless modules are optionally available. The M.2-2230 module adds support for Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0, and the module, which replaces the 2.5-inch drive, adds LTE support. The list of optional accessories available also includes a tower stand (PS02), a patch cable for a remote power button (CXP01), a 2U 19-inch rack mount (PRM01), and a DIN rail mount (DIR01). Power is supplied from an external 40W AC adapter.

The DL20N has a suggested retail price of 231 euros and the DL20N6 281 euros.

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A new era in the Windows mobile game console market. GPD has already received the Ryzen 7 6800U APU for the Win Max 2 console

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A new era in the Windows mobile game console market

With the release of Ryzen 6000 mobile processors, equipped with very powerful iGPUs, a new era of Windows handheld game consoles is dawning.

The Aya Neo 2 console with Ryzen 7 6800U was unveiled yesterday, and now GPD has boasted that it has already acquired a batch of the same APUs, so GPD Win Max 2 test models based on this platform should be ready by June. Judging by the entry, the company did not expect that it would be able to get the processors so quickly.

A new era in the Windows mobile game console market.  GPD has already received the Ryzen 7 6800U APU for the Win Max 2 console

GPD Win Max 2 was introduced back in March, but with a Core i7-1280P processor, but its graphics subsystem is no match for the iGPU in the Ryzen 7 6800U.

As a result, before the end of the year, at least two more portable set-top boxes with Windows that can handle modern games should appear on the market. True, apparently, in both cases we are talking about a Full HD screen, which creates an additional load on the GPU. For the same Steam Deck, the resolution is HD.

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Nvidia unexpectedly updated the drivers for the “abandoned” GeForce GTX 600 and GTX 700 (Kepler). Users are advised to install the update

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Nvidia unexpectedly updated the drivers for the abandoned GeForce GTX

Nvidia has stopped updating Game Ready drivers for the GeForce GTX 600 and GTX 700 (Kepler family) since version 470, but now the company has made an exception and released a security update for them as part of the latest driver 473.47.

Nvidia unexpectedly updated the drivers for the

Nvidia points out that a number of nasty vulnerabilities have been found in previous versions of drivers for “abandoned” video cards. In the CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) database of well-known information security vulnerabilities, they are rated 7 on a 10-point scale. Therefore, users of older graphics cards are advised to upgrade to the latest Game Ready driver. It is noted that the vulnerabilities have been fixed both in drivers for old video cards (Kepler in this case) and in drivers for new ones. For the latter, the WHQL driver number 517.77 is provided.

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Samsung waited six months to bring the world’s first 240Hz 4K monitor to market. Odyssey Neo G8 coming soon

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Samsung waited six months to bring the worlds first 240Hz

Back at the beginning of the year, Samsung introduced the Odyssey Neo G8, the world’s first 4K UHD 240Hz gaming monitor.

Samsung waited six months to bring the world's first 240Hz 4K monitor to market.  Odyssey Neo G8 coming soon

Despite the fact that almost six months have passed, the monitor has not yet entered the market, but it should soon.

According to Samsung’s Twitter post, the monitor will be available soon. True, there is no hint of a launch date, and the price remains a mystery at all. However, the device will definitely not be cheap.

Recall that the Odyssey Neo G8 is equipped with a 32-inch Quantum Mini LED curved panel with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The radius of curvature is 1000 mm. The monitor supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, HDR10+ and Nvidia G-Sync. The maximum brightness is declared equal to 2000 cd / m2.

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