Cougar Revenger Review

By | February 20, 2017

Cougar Revenger Review | bit-tech.net Cougar Revenger Review Manufacturer: CougarUK price (as reviewed): £44.99 (inc VAT)US price (as reviewed): $59.99 (ex tax) Cougar is back again with a new mouse; this time, it’s the Revenger, and it looks to be everything a gamer might need. With the Pixart 3360 sensor, programmable buttons, and a reasonable… Read More »

MyDigitalSSD Boost, A High Performance External SSD

By | February 19, 2017

MyDigitalSSD’s BPX is one of the hottest consumer NVMe SSDs on the market. At CES, we learned that the new Boost portable is also the fastest external SSD available. The specifications show strong performance, but, on paper, the SanDisk Extreme 900 Portable SSD bests the Boost. Let’s see if MyDigitalSSD’s latest technology slays another storage… Read More »

Visiting Phison's Headquarters In Zhunan, Taiwan

By | February 17, 2017

“We still believe there is always room for improvements with next generation controllers. Only the paranoid survive.” – Pua Khein-Seng (KS), CEO of Phison Electronics Corporation Introduction and History Phison is a NAND flash controller and solutions provider. In late 2016, we visited Phison’s headquarters in Zhunan, Taiwan. During our visit, we sat down with… Read More »

Biostar Prepares For Ryzen With New AM4 Motherboards

By | February 17, 2017

Biostar announced five new motherboards today that will compose the heart of the company’s AM4 motherboard lineup for upcoming Ryzen CPUs. Biostar’s AM4 flagship is the Biostar Racing X370GT7, which is designed to be the best board for overclocking in Biostar’s AM4 product lineup. The board comes equipped with two large heatsinks that are connected… Read More »

Nvidia To Power Japan's 'Fastest AI Supercomputer' This Summer

By | February 17, 2017

Tsubame3.0 The Tokyo Institute of Technology announced plans to launch Japan’s “fastest AI supercomputer” this summer. The supercomputer, called Tsubame3.0, will use Nvidia’s GPU accelerators to double its performance over the Tsubame2.5 predecessor. Tsubame3.0 The new Tsubame3.0 will use Nvidia’s latest Pascal-based Tesla P100 GPUs, which the company said are 3x as efficient as their… Read More »