CTOnews.com December 15 news, Zhanjiang core energy technology recently released a cloud monster REV-9 "notebook", equipped with AMD Xiaolong server processor and Nvidia RTX 4080 unique show, known as the world's first built-in split liquid-cooled desktop-level graphics card 64-core notebook.
Officials said that Yunge REV-9 series laptops use AMD EPYC 64-core CPU, RTX 4080 16G desktop graphics card and built-in split liquid cooling, which fully meets the requirements of AI computing personal PC computers. In addition, the notebook has a built-in silk film tweeter and a 10-watt subwoofer, with dual music spectrum and full-color LED on both sides of the screen.
The whole machine adopts light aluminum alloy anodizing process, size 420*325*46mm (including power supply). The screen is 17.3in, 2.5K 240Hz size, with 100% sRGB high color gamut, and the 4K 120Hz screen can be replaced directly.
CTOnews.com search found that the laptop has launched crowdfunding on Taobao. Officials say the laptop will debut on December 19.
Welcome to subscribe "Shulou Technology Information " to get latest news, interesting things and hot topics in the IT industry, and controls the hottest and latest Internet news, technology news and IT industry trends.
CTOnews.com, November 15 (Xinhua) "Warhammer Sigma Age: the Land of destruction" will be launched on Steam on November 18. According to Nvidia's official data, when the game has a 4K resolution and starts the highest setting, GeForce RT
Thanks to CTOnews.com netizens who are very homesick and afraid of the delivery of clues! CTOnews.com, September 22, Acer is now on the shelves of legendary Edge notebooks with a 16-inch 4K OLED screen and R7 6800U 16G
CTOnews.com, November 18, according to FujiRumors, Fuji Japan announced a temporary suspension of X100V orders because there were too many orders to be processed. According to reports, Fuji X100V orders have been overstocked for several months, and now they have
Nicholas Ivanovich Robachevsky, the second son of a junior official, was born on November 2, 1793 in the Makariev region of Novgorod, Russia. He entered Kazan University in 1807. After that, as a student, associate professor, professor, he finally wrote