Raspberry Pi, known for its versatility, recently garnered attention for an unconventional application – running a dedicated graphics card. YouTube content creator Jeff Gerling undertook this experiment, successfully integrating an AMD Radeon RX 460 graphics card into the Raspberry Pi 5, enabling gameplay for titles like "Minecraft" and "Portal."
NVIDIA is set to reintroduce the GeForce RTX 4090 series graphics cards in the Chinese market by the end of January. The new product, known as GeForce RTX 4090 D, is expected to feature a Total Processing Performance (TPP) rating of 4800. The "D" in the name may stand for "With Dragon" or "Downgrade," a detail that remains open to interpretation.
Ubiquiti has introduced the UniFi Express router, a device that integrates a Wi-Fi 6 access point and a UniFi Network controller, priced at roughly 149 euros. This router supports gigabit speeds and is designed to serve as a comprehensive UniFi cloud gateway. The UniFi Express router draws comparisons to Ubiquiti's UXG Lite gateway but sets itself apart with its integrated functionality. It includes a Wi-Fi 6 access point with 2x2 MU-MIMO technology, capable of covering up to 140m².
AMD has recently unveiled the beta version 23.30.13.01 of its Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition drivers, designed to cater to RX 400 series and newer GPUs. In this release, notable improvements have been made for the game "Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora." It's worth mentioning that the option to perform a factory reset is currently disabled as a precautionary measure to prevent potential issues during Windows installations.
The recent 'canary' preview build of Windows 11, version 26002, introduces a new power-saving mode, augmenting the existing energy efficiency features of the operating system. This mode is particularly designed to minimize energy usage in both laptop and desktop computers, though it's important to recognize that this may lead to reductions in system performance.
TP-LINK in Asia has introduced three new WiFi 7 routers: BE3600, BE5100, and BE6500. These routers have made their appearance on Asia based JD's product page and are expected to be available for purchase in the near future. The pricing for these routers is set at $45, $49, and $99, with the initial prices anticipated to be slightly higher.
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