Intel Arc 'Alchemist' Discrete GPUs To Support DisplayPort 2.0: Up to 16K Displays

Intel Arc ‘Alchemist’ Discrete GPUs To Support DisplayPort 2.0: Up to 16K Displays

Just days after formally announcing the Arc brand for its discrete gaming graphics processors and the name of the first generation Xe-HPG (DG2) products, Intel has begun to reveal some essential technical details about these GPUs. As it turns out, the new graphics chips will support DisplayPort 2.0 and ultra-high-resolution displays with deep colors.   This week Intel published a…

Zhaoxin's First Discrete GPU Pictured

Zhaoxin’s First Discrete GPU Pictured

Zhaoxin, a joint venture between China-based Shanghai SASAC (which controls an 80% stake) and Taiwan-based CPU developer Via Technologies (which owns the remaining 20% stake). Last year it unveiled plans to launch a standalone graphics processor and it appears that Zhaoxin managed to produce one. GlenFly Technology, a graphics subsidiary of Zhaoxin that is a formal…

ASRock's Upgradable Desk Mini Max SFF PC Makes Room for 16-Core AMD CPU, Discrete GPU

ASRock’s Upgradable Desk Mini Max SFF PC Makes Room for 16-Core AMD CPU, Discrete GPU

Modern high-performance small-form-factor (SFF) PCs have a number of indisputable advantages: They offer decent levels of performance despite their compact dimensions. Yet they have one strong disadvantage for enthusiasts: They usually are not expandable or upgradeable. ASRock decided to address this limitation with its DeskMini Max 10-liter concept PC.  ASRock’s DeskMini Max is a custom-designed PC…