Cables and Connectors
Intel has corrected a press release that stated that 14th Core desktop processors supported Thunderbolt 5.
CableMod updates its angled 12VHPWR adapter to PCI SIG CEM 5.1 specifications.
Thermals on the new connector are significantly lower compared to its 12VHPWR predecessor, even in worst-case scenarios.
Intel announced its Thunderbolt 5 specification, which offers up to 120 Gbps of bandwidth, 3X its predecessor, employs universal 240W charging cables and steps up to PCIe 4.0.
Plugable’s new UD-4VPD dock supports USB 4 and Thunderbolt 4 with the ability to output to two 4K displays at 120Hz.
We look at bandwidth, resolution, refresh rate and more to see the differences between DisplayPort and HDMI connections.
AudioQuest’s pricey Ethernet cables are another lure for Audiophile computer users, and they come with some grand claims about sound quality, clarity and dynamism.
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