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ASUS debuts X99M-WS Micro-ATX motherboard

ASUS today announced the launch of its X99M-WS LGA2011v3 motherboard that comes in the micro-ATX form-factor. The product was first shown by the company at the Computex event earlier this year. It is a workstation-class motherboard and the company claims it is the most feature-rich X99-based motherboard in its category.

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ADATA introduces XPG SX930 SATA SSD

ADATA has introduced the new XPG SX930 2.5” SATA 6GB/s solid state drive, targeted at professional gamers and overclockers. The drive uses a JMicron controller and an enterprise-grade MLC plus NAND flash for brilliant performance and also to ensure durability in the long term. ADATA XPG SX930 uses the company’s

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Thanks to Qualcomm, $80 quad-core Windows 10 smartphones are possible

Pushed to the wall by MediaTek and Spreadtrum’s low-cost chip competitiveness, the San Diego-based semiconductor giant reportedly “cooperates with Microsoft closely” to deliver a killer dirt-cheap Snapdragon 210 solution for Windows 10 handhelds. It’s no big secret Snapdragon 810’s failures have badly harmed Qualcomm’s high-end mobile reputation this year. Meanwhile,

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If only… Google Nexus 5 2015 shatters AnTuTu records in fishy benchmark visit

We want to believe, we really do, but we highly doubt an LG-manufactured sequel to the budget-friendly 2013 N5 could score 85,000+ points through the controversial performance-measuring tool. Everybody knows how easy to manipulate mobile benchmark instruments are. Especially AnTuTu. Not to mention effortlessly contrivable screenshots of alleged unreleased gear

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