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Kaby Lake X CPU – Fast, Expensive, & Best For Trading?

Intel’s new Kaby Lake X processors, fast at certain types of workloads which may make them the perfect trading computer processor.

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Intel Introduce The First i9 Processor

Summer 2017 saw a new round of Intel CPU releases, this time they are updating their ‘Enthusiast’ processor line up, replacing the Broadwell E chips with newer, more powerful Skylake X models....

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i3’s, i5’s and i7’s – An Explaination

Confused about i3’s, i5’s and i7’s? You’re not the only one. Learn why Intel’s branding is so confusing and improve your knowledge to make a more informed choice for your new processor.

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M.2 Solid State Drives – Even Better Performance Levels

When only the absolute best performance is required use a new M.2 Solid State Hard Drive, learn why they are a faster option here...

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An Introduction To The Newer Wireless Network Technologies (And Why You Should Be Bothered)

Wireless networking has come a long way from over the past 10 years or so. It has gone from a patchy and unreliable technology to a staple of most homes and businesses, something that is relied on daily by a lot of people and one of those things that is just expected to work.

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What You Need to Know About Multi Monitor Graphics Cards

I want to talk about graphics cards requirements for multi-screen PCs, trading computers and gaming systems. I recently had a discussion with a potential customer (let’s call him John) about graphics cards...

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Intel Skylake CPU’s Now Available

Another year has passed and August 2015 has seen the release of the latest Intel mainstream CPU series which is badged as Skylake. Skylake is the replacement for the Haswell and Broadwell CPU line...

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Eight Core Haswell Enthusiast CPU’s Have Arrived

Seemingly out of nowhere the latest iteration of Intel’s Enthusiast CPU lineup has been dropped on us and it brings a number of new technologies along with it, including new processors, new motherboards and DDR4 RAM.

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Ivy Bridge E CPU’s Now Available

Following up from June’s Haswell CPU release Intel have just (end of September) updated their ‘enthusiast’ CPU line up with the release of 3 Ivy Bridge E processors. These are direct replacements for the older Sandy Bridge E CPU’s...

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New 2013 Intel Haswell CPU’s Are Here

Another year passes and another batch of new CPU’s have been released by Intel, their code name is Haswell and they are the 4th generation replacements for the Ivy Bridge processors.

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