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January 16, 2020 0

Gigabyte G291-Z20 Review

By Lorena Mejia

The Gigabyte G291-Z20 is powered by a single AMD EPYC processor, which also supports up to 8x dual-slot GPU cards. If you’re not very familiar with Gigabyte products it’s probably because Dell, HPE and Lenovo have been very effective at...

January 10, 2020 0

CES 2020 RECAP: Tech You Need To Know About

By Lorena Mejia

CES 2020 wraps up today and we did the dirty work for you by picking out the best technology that’s actually worth looking into, or at least admiring— so you’re welcome. The event unveiled tons of next generation innovations that...

January 2, 2020 0

End Of An Era: Microsoft Windows 7

By Lorena Mejia

If you’ve been wondering why you keep seeing the same notification on your Windows 7 PC, it’s because Windows 7 will soon be a thing of the past. After 10 years, Microsoft has announced that support for Windows 7 is...

Gigabyte

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January 16, 2020 0

Gigabyte G291-Z20 Review

By Lorena Mejia

The Gigabyte G291-Z20 is powered by a single AMD EPYC processor, which also supports up to 8x dual-slot GPU cards....

Supermicro

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November 20, 2019 0

Supermicro SuperServer 4029GP-TRT2 Review

By Lorena Mejia

Naming conventions aside—and we’ll get to that—the Supermicro SuperServer 4029GP-TRT2 offers dual sockets of Intel Xeon Scalable processor goodness, 24x storage bays up front, and up to 6TB of memory. But the real surprise is under the cover panel with...

Lenovo

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November 22, 2019 0

Lenovo ThinkStation P720 Workstation Review

By Lorena Mejia

We’ve already seen both Dell’s top-of-the-line Precision workstations and HP’s top of the line Z-Series G4 product line of performance workstations. Lenovo has a performance lineup too, including the Lenovo ThinkStation P720 Workstation. The P720 is the middle-child of the...

August 3, 2018 0

Lenovo ThinkStation P710 Workstation Review

By Doug Stuman

Lenovo’s high-end workstation, the P710, features dual processors and is shoehorned between the top-of-the-line dual socket P910, and the single-socket P510 workstations. If you are familiar with the previous ThinkStation P700 then you won’t notice much difference between the two...