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Some new Intel CPUs will have a much lower base frequency than their respective predecessors. Gigabyte reveals 22 Raptor Lake processors

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Intel has so far only unveiled a handful of older Raptor Lake processors that haven’t even gone on sale yet, but today Gigabyte accidentally or not revealed a lot of unannounced CPUs.

Some new Intel CPUs will have a much lower base frequency than their respective predecessors.  Gigabyte reveals 22 Raptor Lake processors

On the company’s website, the Z790 Aorus Master motherboard has 22 next-generation processors in the compatibility list. Unfortunately, the specifications are far from complete. In particular, the number of cores is not indicated, and the frequency is only the base one.

As a result, in this case, we are most interested in the names, but in general they are the same as in the previous generation, only the number 12 has changed to 13.

Recall that the new line of Intel CPUs will consist of both really new CPUs (from Core i5-13600K and higher) and Alder Lake processors with new names (all the rest). That is, the conditional Core i3-13100 will be an almost complete copy of the Core i3-12100, except that, as we now know thanks to Gigabyte, the base frequency of the new product will be 100 MHz higher.

Some new Intel CPUs will have a much lower base frequency than their respective predecessors.  Gigabyte reveals 22 Raptor Lake processors

By the way, if you look at other junior Rapror Lake CPUs in relation to their counterparts from Alder Lake, the situation with the base frequencies is strange. Somewhere in new products it is only 100 MHz higher (Core i3-13100/Core i3-12100), somewhere it has not changed (Core i5-13400/Core i5-12400), but, for example, in Core i5 -12500T it is generally higher than that of the Core i5-13500T, and at 400 MHz!

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$55 Orange Pi 14-inch monitor introduced. It is compatible with Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5 and various phones

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The Orange Pi brand has unveiled its first external display. The device turned out to be thin (thickness does not exceed 15 mm) and compact – the diagonal is 14 inches.

$55 Orange Pi 14-inch monitor introduced.  It is compatible with Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5 and various phones

Attention is focused on the wide compatibility of the Orange Pi display with game consoles. So, it can be connected to Nintendo Switch, Xbox, Sony PlayStation 4 and 5 consoles. For this, the display has two USB-C ports (one is combined with DisplayPort) and HDMI.

$55 Orange Pi 14-inch monitor introduced.  It is compatible with Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5 and various phones

However, compatibility is not limited to consoles alone. The screen connects to various Huawei, Samsung, Oppo, Asus, Black Shark (and other brands) phones, as well as various models of Huawei, Apple, Xiaomi, Lenovo, HP, Dell and Asus mobile computers.

$55 Orange Pi 14-inch monitor introduced.  It is compatible with Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5 and various phones

Monitor screen resolution – Full HD, frame rate – 60 Hz. Maximum brightness – 700 cd / sq.m., color gamut – 45% of NTSC space. The mass of the device is only 550 grams, the price is $55.

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31.5 inches, 240 Hz, Core i7 and GeForce RTX 3060. Colorful introduced a gaming monoblock

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315 inches 240 Hz Core i7 and GeForce RTX 3060

Colorful introduced an atypical candy bar called the iGame G-ONE Plus to the home market. The highlight of the device is the presence of a discrete GPU Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060.

31.5 inches, 240 Hz, Core i7 and GeForce RTX 3060. Colorful introduced a gaming monoblock

Yes, we are talking about a GPU for a laptop, not for a desktop PC (GDDR6 video memory is 6 GB), but since the vast majority of single-block computers running Windows do not have discrete graphics in principle, such an accelerator is not enough. iGame G-ONE Plus can even be called a gaming monoblock.

The base version of the computer has a Core i5-12500H processor and a 31.5-inch display with Full HD resolution and a frame rate of 240 Hz. For this version, they ask for the equivalent of $ 1,210. The top version for $1,640 has a Core i7-12700H and a 2K screen with a frame rate of 165Hz. The amount of RAM in the base is 16 GB, SSD – 512 GB.

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The Samsung ViewFinity S8UT 4K monitor received two Thunderbolt ports. One for connecting to the source, the second for the second monitor

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The Samsung ViewFinity S8UT 4K monitor received two Thunderbolt ports

The ViewFinity S8UT monitor, aimed at users who work professionally with graphics, has appeared in the Samsung range. The device, designated S80PB, features two USB-C ports with Thunderbolt interface.

The Samsung ViewFinity S8UT 4K monitor received two Thunderbolt ports.  One for connecting to the source, the second for the second monitor

Usually, one such port is enough for a monitor, as it allows you to transfer an image, and even charge a connected laptop (up to 90 watts). But in this case, the second USB-C with Thunderbolt is installed with a very specific meaning – to connect a second monitor. Well, if there is no second monitor, then the second USB-C can come up with various applications. For example, charge a smartphone with it or connect peripherals.

In addition to two USB-C, ViewFinity S8UT is equipped with three USB 3.0 Type-A, RJ-45 connector for wired network connection, HDMI port. The monitor also received built-in stereo speakers and a convertible stand that allows you to adjust the height and transfer the device from landscape to portrait mode and vice versa.

The ViewFinity S8UT is available in 27″ and 31.5″ panels. Resolution and frame rate in both cases – 3840 x 2160 pixels. Pixel response time is 5ms, maximum contrast ratio is 1000:1. ViewFinity S8UT pricing has not yet been announced.

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