AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT ‘Navi 22 GPU’ Custom-made Designs Supposedly Increase Approximately 2.95 GHz, Up To 211W TGP

AMD’s Radeon RX 6700 XT custom model BIOS’s have leaked out too, showcasing what frequencies we can expect out of the mainstream RDNA 2 GPUs. The information comes from Igor’s Lab where at least two BIOS’s from custom variants have been detailed through the MorePowerTool.

MD Radeon RX 6700 XT Custom Models Could Potentially Be Better Overclockers Than RX 6800 Series, Up To 2.95 GHz Clocks at 220W TGP

Just yesterday, we got to see the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT’s BIOS which offers a max clock limit of 3.0 GHz, a first for any high-end GPU released to date. The graphics card is set to launch in a few weeks and will be the flagship offering within AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 series ‘RDNA 2’ family. After the Big Navi ‘Navi 21’ GPUs are released, AMD will focus its efforts on the Radeon RX 6700 series which features the RDNA 2 based Navi 22 GPU and will come with the Radeon RX 6700 XT & the Radeon RX 6700 flavors.

According to Igor, the BIOS he got access to is for two custom Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics cards. The first BIOS shows a maximum clock speed of 2854 MHz or 2.854 GHz while the second BIOS is for a much faster variant which offers clock speeds of up to 2950 MHz or 2.95 GHz. These put the Radeon RX 6700 XT partner cards much ahead of the custom RX 6800 XT lineup which maxes out at 2.8 GHz. It will be interesting to see if there are other variants that would feature even faster max clocks since we are looking at a minute 50 MHz difference between the RX 6900 XT and the RX 6700 XT custom models.

AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Custom Model BIOS (2.95 GHz) via Igor’s Lab

AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Custom Model BIOS (2.85 GHz) via Igor’s Lab

Igor also explains that the AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT partner cards have variable TGP (Total Graphics Power). The lower clocked variant has a TGP of 186W while the faster-clocked variant has a TGP of 211W. It is highly possible that the first variant with the 2854 MHz max clock limit is a stock variant by AMD and Igor suggests that the TBP (Total Board Power) of that would land between 210-220W. As such, the TBP of the overclocked (2.95 GHz) variant could be even higher at around 250W. This is close to the Radeon RX 6800 (Non-XT) reference model which has a TBP of 250W.

As a reference card, the Radeon RX 6800 has a TGP of 203 watts. The 186 watts of BIOS 1 would therefore be 92% of the TGP, which also suggests an OC BIOS, considering the lower memory (12 instead of 16 GB GDDR6). The BIOS 2 is even significantly above what AMD already gives the RX 6800 reference card! That’s enough after a violent action, but we’ll see what performance comes out of it in the end. Incidentally, both cards have a GPU voltage of 1.2 volts, also more than before with the RX 6800 and RX 6800 XT.

Igor’sLAB via Videocardz

NV22 XT 186-211 W TGP (RX 6700 XT)

NV22 XTL 146-156 W TGP (RX 6700?)

— Patrick Schur (@patrickschur_) November 20, 2020

What’s more interesting is that the first variant seems to be the reference design with a fan speed set to 2300 RPM and a more conservative fan target temperatures of 80C. The min PWM value is set to 33% with a Fan throttle limit set at 3200 RPM. The reference Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics cards are expected to feature a dual-fan design and we have seen a small glimpse of them in a previous leak.

The overclocked model features a higher target temperature of 95C and is expected to rock a more premium cooling design. A 1700 RPM speed suggests that we might be looking at a triple-fan config with a maximum TPM range of 2550.

MD Radeon RX 6700 XT With Navi 22 XT & Radeon RX 6700 With Navi 22 XL GPUs

Finally, we have the Radeon RX 6700 series which includes the Navi 22 XT based Radeon RX 6700 XT and the Navi 22 XL based Radeon RX 6700  graphics cards. The AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT with the full Navi 22 XT GPU SKU is expected to feature 40 Compute Units or 2560 stream processors while the Radeon RX 6700 with the Navi 22 XL GPU SKU is expected to feature a cut-down configuration. The graphics card will feature a 12 GB GDDR6 memory buffer along with a 192-bit bus interface. AMD will most likely use 16 Gbps dies which would net a total bandwidth of 384 GB/s for the cards.

AMD Radeon RX 6700 Series With Dual-Slot Cooling Solution:

Moving over to the second variant, the dual-slot card features a design similar to the triple-slot offering but with a slightly compact form factor. This shroud is said to be designed for the AMD Radeon RX 6700 series cards. The card features a dual axial-tech fan design and has the large “R” logo in the middle and on the fans too which represents the Radeon brand.

AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series_Radeon RX 6800 RX 6700 Dual Fan Graphics Card

The card also features the LED-lit Radeon logo on the sides and has a large cut out to vent out the heat from the aluminum heatsink. There are two 8-pin power connectors on the card but we may also see 8+6 or configurations for the more power optimized variants. The card also comes with a dual-slot form factor and should feature a similar I/O as the Big Navi graphics card. It is expected that this cooler should house the Navi 22 GPU which is slightly smaller but still larger compared to AMD’s Navi 10 (RDNA 1) GPU for the Radeon RX 5700 series graphics cards.

MD Radeon RX 6000 Series “RDNA 2” Graphics Card Lineup:

Graphics CardAMD Radeon RX 6700AMD Radeon RX 6700 XTAMD Radeon RX 6800AMD Radeon RX 6800 XTAMD Radeon RX 6900 XTGPUNavi 22 (XL?)Navi 22 (XT?)Navi 21 XLNavi 21 XTNavi 21 XTXProcess Node7nm7nm7nm7nm7nmTransistorsTBATBA26.8 Billion26.8 Billion26.8 BillionCompute UnitsTBA40607280Stream ProcessorsTBA2560384046085120TMUs/ROPsTBATBA240 / 96288 / 128320 / 128Game ClockTBATBA1815 MHz2015 MHz2015 MHzBoost ClockTBATBA2105 MHz2250 MHz2250 MHzFP32 TFLOPsTBATBA16.17 TFLOPs20.74 TFLOPs23.04 TFLOPsMemory Size12 GB GDDR612 GB GDDR616 GB GDDR6 +128 MB Infinity Cache16 GB GDDR6 +128 MB Infinity Cache16 GB GDDR6 +128 MB Infinity CacheMemory Bus192-bit192-bit256-bit256-bit256-bitMemory Clock14 Gbps?16 Gbps?16 Gbps16 Gbps16 GbpsBandwidth320 GB/s384 GB/s512 GB/s512 GB/s512 GB/sTDPTBATBA250W300W300WPriceTBATBA$579 US$649 US$999 US

The Radeon RX 6700 series graphics cards including the Radeon RX 6700 XT and the Radeon RX 6700 are expected to be released in January 2021 and will tackle the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 & RTX 3060 series cards.

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Why is pneumonia so unsafe? – Eve Gaus and Vanessa Ruiz

Explore how pneumonia attacks the tiny air sacs in your lungs and how your immune system works to fight off the infection.

Every time you breathe, air travels down the trachea, through a series of channels, and then reaches little clusters of air sacs in the lungs. These tiny sacs facilitate a crucial exchange: allowing oxygen from the air we breathe into the bloodstream and clearing out carbon dioxide. Pneumonia wreaks havoc on this exchange system. Eve Gaus and Vanessa Ruiz detail how pneumonia attacks the lungs.

Lesson by Eve Gaus and Vanessa Ruiz, directed by Artrake Studio.

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HP Cyber Monday Curated Bargains: $3000 Off On Gorgeous Zbook, $450 Tiger Lake Laptops And Also More!

HP has rolled out its yearly Cyber Monday sale and has gone absolutely crazy with the price slashes. Some SKUs are UP TO $3000 OFF. Laptops that previously retailed for $1300 are now available for $940 and laptops that previously retailed for $1000 are now available for just $899! All in all you are looking at deals that knock up to 60% straight off the MSRP as it was a few days ago. All deals are valid till stock last.

Click here to check out all the top Cyber Monday HP Deals over here with up to 60% off with gaming laptops, laptops and don’t forget the discount codes given below!

You can check out the entire top deals section which includes everything from gaming laptops to gaming systems and browse everything by going to the link above. You can also take a look at the complete curated list of deals in the pamphlets below. HP is going all out and providing insane discounts (as much as $750 off ) on select laptops and parts. Even their Omen gaming series is having a great sale.

Use discount code 5STACKBFCM21 on items $599 and above to get a further 5% off or use discount code 10STACKBFCM21 on items $999 and above to get a further 10% off!

Our handpicked list of deals is given below:

HP’s Gorgeous ZBook Create G7 With RTX 2070 Max Q, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, FHD Color Accurate Display for $1441 with Discount Code 10STACKBFCM21 (was $4005)

This first laptop is an unreal deal. We told you that HP had laptops more than 60% off and we weren’t kidding. This beast of a laptop is the ultimate productivity machine and will pass all corporate security standards with absolutely flying colors. It has so many security features that we couldn’t list them here (feel free to check them out on the link above).

CPU: Intel Core i5-10400H vPRORAM: 16aGBGPU: RTX 2070 Max-QOS: Windows 10 PROSSD: 256 GB NVMEAMT vPro
Technology EnabledENERGY STAR Qualified Configuration23 Essential Accessories Included (Including Headset, USB Hub, Mouse etc)Security Management Enabled, Data Science Ready and Hypervisor-protected code integrity (HVCI)3 Year extended warranty

The specs of the machine are extremely impressive and the design is absolutely gorgeous. For just $1441 this is an absolute steal of a laptop considering its just $1441 with the included discount code. Buy it here.

HP Pavilion Laptop: 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake CPU (10nm SuperFin) with Xe Graphics, 8GB RAM and 128GB SSD For $449 only (was $749)

if you are looking for something that is easier on the wallet then we absolutely recommend this Intel Tiger Lake powered HP Pavilion laptop that will not only handle all productivity related tasks but actually has more  graphics horsepower power than a PS4! The specs of the machine are as follow:

CPU: Intel Core i7-1165G7 (up to 4.7GHz) 10nm SuperFinGPU: Intel Iris Xe GraphicsRAM: 8GBOS: Windows 10 HomeSSD: 128 GB

For just $449, you are getting the fastest single core in the world (no, its not the Apple M1) and a thin and light device that you can carry anywhere and game on. You can get it here.

HP ENVY x360 Convertible: Ryzen ‘Renoir’ 4500U with Radeon Graphics, 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD and Touch for $570 (was $599)

If you are an AMD fan then you need to look no further than this Renoir powered machine that can be yours for $570 only. The specs are great and given below:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 4500UGPU: AMD Radeon GraphicsRAM: 8GBOS: Windows 10 HomeDisplay: FHD TouchSSD: 256 GB

These specs are going to be more than enough for the average consumer and the battery life on this thing is going to be absolutely amazing. The sleek looking thing is also a convertible so you can fold it and reverse should you want to use it in tablet mode. You can buy it here.

HP ENVY Laptop 17inch with 10th Gen Core i7, MX330 (4GB), 16GB RAM and 1 TB Of SSD For $899 Only With Code 10STACKBFCM21 (Was $1499)

Now this is a high value deal. You can get 1 Terabyte of SSD space (which is very very pricey) coupled with Intel’s 10nm Ice Lake Core i7 processor and an NVIDIA MX330 4GB GPU and a massive 17 inch display for just $899. The specs are as follows:

SSD: 1TB NVME SSDCPU: Core i7-1065G7 (10nm)Display: 17.3 Inch Full HDRAM: 16GB 3200 MHzOS: Windows 10 Home

This is an absolutely great deal if you are looking for pure value. That massive 1 TB space and that massive 17 inch display coupled with a powerful GPU and CPU mean you will have a productivity beast on your hands with an amount of fast SSD space that manufacturers usually only give in HDD! You can get it here:

OMEN 25L Desktop GT12-0240m with Ryzen 5 and RX5500 for $712 ONLY with code: 5STACKBFCM21


This desktop utilizes an AMD Ryzen 5 Processor paired with the AMD Radeon RX 5500 graphics

The OMEN 25L Desktop GT12-0240m features a simple black PC case with RGB lighting on the front OMEN logo.

This desktop utilizes an AMD Ryzen 5 Processor paired with the AMD Radeon RX 5500 graphics card. The AMD Ryzen 5 3500 processor features a base clock speed of 3.4 GHz with a max clock speed of 4.1 GHz and features six total CPU cores.

This combination allows for great 1080p gaming while not featuring a large price tag. This desktop originally had a price of $899.99, but due to the Cyber Monday deal has made this desktop priced at $749.99, taking $150 off the initial price tag. Oh you can get a further 5% off by using discount code 5STACKBFCM21 on checkout.

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The Education And Learning Exchange: Adding Openness and also Equity with Weighted Trainee Financing

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HP Cyber Monday Sale: Get AMD Ryzen 7 ‘Renoir’ Powered Laptop For JUST $400, Ryzen Powered COMPUTER For $712!

HP is currently running its Cyber Monday sale offering fantastic deals on various laptops and desktops. This sale offer deals for both Intel and AMD gaming desktops. While you can see the full list of deals by clicking on the link at the end, we have also handpicked some deals that we think our readers will absolutely love.

MD Ryzen 7 powered laptop for just $400!


You read that right. HP is offering a doorbuster deal on an HP Pavilion laptop featuring AMD’s next-generation Renoir processors with integrated Vega graphics. The laptop features 8 gigs of memory, 256 GB SSD and a 15.6 inch display! At the mere price of $400, this is a deal you absolutely cannot pass over.

The OMEN 30L Desktop GT13-0255st and the OMEN 25L Desktop GT12-0240m desktops are currently on sale, offering up to $250 off the initial price.

These desktops utilize similar PC cases; this case features a solid black design with a tempered glass side panel allowing buyers to see the internal components at a glance. This PC case features a full-metal frame allowing for a very sturdy PC while still offering RGB support through the OMEN logo on the front panel.

OMEN 25L Desktop GT12-0240m with Ryzen 5 and RX5500 for $712 ONLY with code: 5STACKBFCM21

The OMEN 25L Desktop GT12-0240m features a simple black PC case with RGB lighting on the front OMEN logo.


This desktop utilizes an AMD Ryzen 5 Processor paired with the AMD Radeon RX 5500 graphics card. The AMD Ryzen 5 3500 processor features a base clock speed of 3.4 GHz with a max clock speed of 4.1 GHz and features six total CPU cores.

This combination allows for great 1080p gaming while not featuring a large price tag. This desktop originally had a price of $899.99, but due to the Cyber Monday deal has made this desktop priced at $749.99, taking $150 off the initial price tag. Oh you can get a further 5% off by using discount code 5STACKBFCM21 on checkout.


OMEN 30L Desktop GT13-0255st with 10th Gen 10600k and GTX 1660 Ti for $1394 using code: 10STACKBFCM21

The OMEN 30L Desktop GT13-0255st features a similar PC case to the OMEN 25L case but has significant changes, including a single 120 mm fan located near the bottom of the front panel. This PC case still offers a tempered glass side panel and vents for better airflow through the front panel.


This desktop utilizes an Intel Core i5-10600K w/ RGB Liquid Cooling, keeping the processor cool even during heavy workloads. This processor features a base clock speed of 4.1 GHz with a Turbo clock speed of 4.8 GHz, paired with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti. This desktop is typically priced at $1,299.99, but thanks to HP’s Cyber Monday sale, this desktop has a $1,049.99.

Both of these desktops are perfect for any gamer looking for an upgrade to their current PC build. While the AMD build does have a smaller price tag, it does feature a less powerful graphics card, and the Intel build features both liquid cooling for the CPU and a more powerful graphics card.

Full list of black friday/cyber monday deals over here

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Sharkoon Introduces The SK3 RGB And TK4 RGB PC Cases

Sharkoon has announced two new PC cases, the SK3 RGB and the TK4 RGB, featuring RGB lighting powered through the rear 120 mm fan or can offer four 120 mm RGB fans. These cases offer the same minimalistic design while featuring up to three SSDs and two drives to be stored in the HDD/SSD drive cage. Both of these cases are currently available, with the SK3 RGB having a price of €39.90 or roughly $47.74, while the TK4 RGB features a price of €49.99 or roughly $59.81.

Sharkoon’s two new PC cases, the SK3 RGB and the TK4 RGB PC cases offer similar designs and the same compatibility for PC components

The SK3 RGB and the TK4 RGB feature similar minimalistic designs, these case’s design still offers a tempered glass side panel to ensure that PC builders can easily be shown off. This tempered glass side panel also allows the RGB lighting to be shown throughout the rest of your PC components easily. The rest of the case features a simple black design allowing these cases to be hidden away if all the RGB lighting is disabled.

The TK4 RGB PC case features a tempered glass front panel, in addition to the tempered glass side panel, allowing the three 120 mm RGB fans to cool not only the internal components but also offer easy RGB lighting.

The RGB lighting features support for MSI Mystic Light Sync, ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion Ready, ASRock Polychrome Sync, and fourteen manually controllable modes.

Source: Sharkoon

Both cases utilize the same internal structure and offer the same compatibility for the large computer components. These cases can support motherboards ranging from Mini-ITX up to ATX form factors. These cases can support a maximum CPU cooler height of 157 mm, and a maximum power supply length of 175 mm. For Graphics cards, these cases can support larger graphics cards with a maximum length of 335 mm. This ensures that high-end PC components easily fit inside this PC case while not restricting any installed fans’ airflow.

This case features two USB 3.0 ports and one USB 2.0 located on the top of the PC case for connectivity. Both of these cases are currently available, with the TK4 RGB features a price of $59.81, while the SK3 RGB having a price of $47.74.

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AMD: Do Not Expect Personalized Radeon RX 6800 XT

In a statement given to Hardware Unboxed, AMD has clarified that their Radeon RX 6800 XT & RX 6800 custom partner models will be available at MSRPs in 4 to 8 weeks. This statement comes at a time when not only the partner models but also the reference models are out of stock globally and there’s no word on when we can expect supply to get normal.

MD Claims Radeon RX 6800 XT & RX 6800 Custom AIB Models To Hit MSRPs Within 4-8 Weeks

HardwareUnboxed’s Steve & Tim managed to get some word out of AMD in a private conversation regarding the whole situation surrounding the inflated prices of custom Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 graphics cards. Earlier, Videocardz had also managed to get stock information from various retailers who are facing limited supply and thus limited availability of the said graphics cards within the consumer segment. The statement is as follows:

“We have had a private conversation with AMD. They assured us that in 4 to 8 weeks there will be AIB cards available at MSRP. They said they enabled the AIBs to achieve the 649 dollars [RX 6800 XT] MSRP and they expect that to happen within 8 weeks.”

Steve Walton, Hardware Unboxed (via Videocardz)

The full video can be seen below:

While the stock issue isn’t getting any better any time soon, what’s making it worse is that the few cards that go on sale are listed for inflated prices which are way above the MSRPs. In a chart listed over at Videocardz, you can see several graphics cards along with their respective premium over the reference models. You can expect premium prices of up to +$250 US for the Radeon RX 6800 XT and up to +$120 US for the Radeon RX 6800.

AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT & RX 6800 Custom Model Prices at Newegg (via Videocardz):

Now it’s a given that these custom cards featuring better cooling and PCB designs should retail at a premium price which is true for all GeForce RTX cards too but retailers are specifically asking for higher prices over the already premium price tags that these graphics cards come with. As per the red team (AMD), the custom Radeon RX 6800 XT & RX 6800 graphics cards are expected to return to normal MSRPs within 4-8 weeks which is early 2021.

The main reason is that retailers are trying to cash-in the entire situation since this is a premium segment with users willing to pay the extra bucks and retailers now that these cards are very limited in supply so they get to raise the prices as much as they want knowing that consumers are going to pay the full amount, regardless. It was recently reported that AIBs have bare minimum margins on their custom designs and retailers inflating the prices makes it even worse for them.

NVIDIA is also facing similar issues with its AIB partners where several models are listed for inflated prices due to the unavailability of stock and retailers taking advantage of the whole scenario. With that said, if reports are true, then NVIDIA is to be partially blamed for the whole mess with their own lineup since they have allegedly sold $175 million worth of GeForce RTX 30 graphics cards directly to the crypto mining segment.

Several shops and retailers had boycotted the launch sales since they couldn’t get their supply on time & are now suggesting supply to resume to normal by 2021. Retailer ProShop’s statistics show that only 125 RX 6800 series graphics cards have been sold to date and all of them are reference models. The retailer has made a huge order of several 100 custom variants from each AIB but only a handful of cards are being supplied to them at the moment.

Retailers held off from taking pre-orders to avoid unnecessary traffic like the witnessed with the GeForce RTX 30 series launch which crashed almost every big retailer within minutes. During the launch day, Newegg and Amazon had reported limited units of the Radeon RX 6800 XT & 6800 being available through them.

AMD did make several promises of this not being as much of a botched launch as NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 30 series but it turned out to be even worse. We are not saying that NVIDIA’s situation here is any better but NVIDIA’s cards were shipped and sold to several customers while AMD’s cards were prioritized to Red Team Plus members who had links to purchase the cards prior to regular buyers.

All in all, it really sucks to be a gamer right now as both NVIDIA and AMD underestimated the huge demand for next-generation GPUs. Gamers who have ordered have been shown shipment dates as far as February 2021.

NVIDIA and AMD could’ve taken their time to establish a bigger stock but they have been running behind ‘Unprecedented Demand’ as a means to tackle the backlash of one of the worst graphics card launches in terms of availability. With that said, we hope that 2021 can start off better for gamers all around the globe who just want a new graphics card to enjoy the latest gaming titles.

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Lian Li Reveals the ST120 Followers

Lian Li has Launched the ST120 fan featuring a maximum fan speed of 1,900 RPM and a maximum noise level of 32 dBA. This fan has RGB lighting throughout the fan blades. The ST120 fan comes in either a white color scheme or a black color scheme and is currently available for pre-order for $39.99.

Lian Li has launched the ST120 fan offering an industrial-grade motor and RGB lighting through the fan blades

The ST120 fan comes in two distinct colors, either Black or White, featuring RGB lighting throughout the fan blades, ensuring fantastic lights illuminate the other PC components. These two distinct colors allow this fan to easily match a standard black PC case or a snow-white PC build, ensuring that the theme stays intact even for the case fans.

Source: Lian Li

The ST120 fan offers an RPM range of 800 RPM with a maximum speed of 1,900 RPM allowing for fantastic airflow. This maximum speed only creates 32 dBA of noise, allowing for an incredibly cool PC case while not being noisy enough to distract any gamer. The ST120 fan can provide a maximum airflow of 69.17 CFM and a maximum static pressure of 2.6 mm H2O. This allows for a significant amount of air to be efficiently moved through the case using this fan.

Source: Lian Li

This fan utilizes an industrial-grade motor to ensure the high reliability that Lian Li products are known for and keep the fan as silent as possible. This fan also uses a Fluid Dynamic Bearing, which reduces the moving motor hubs’ internal friction and noise.

The ST120 fan includes a fan hub offering support for up to six fans and can be connected through the motherboard’s fan header and using a SATA connection to power the hub. This included hub is one way that PC builders can control the RGB lighting; this fan can also be controlled through the included controller.

The ST120 fan comes in a three-pack in either a white or black color and currently available for pre-order. The 3-pack of these fans features a price tag of $39.99. More information is available on Lian Li’s website for the ST120 fans.

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EVGA Introduces the BP Bronze Collection Power Supplies

EVGA announces the BP Bronze Series of Power supplies offering four different models with a ranging power output from 460 watts up to 710 watts. These power supplies feature 80 PLUS Bronze certified, offering an 85% efficiency or higher during typical loads. These power supplies are currently available through EVGA’s websites with a price ranging from $84.99 to $54.99.

The BP Bronze Series of power supplies offers four different models with a power output ranging from 460 watts to 710 watts.

These power supplies all have similar features offering a Hard-Lined design, 80 PLUS bronze efficiency, and utilize the Hydraulic bearing fan. The hard-lined design makes these power supplies non-modular, which can increase the cord clutter inside of your PC. This design also ensures that the case’s installation is easy and ready to start right out of the box.

The BP Bronze Series power supplies feature 80 PLUS efficiency, ensuring your power supply, under typical load, has an 85% efficiency or higher. This certification ensures that the power supply isn’t turning a large amount of electricity into heat and instead uses that electricity.

The BP Bronze Series, power supplies design, features a fairly standard design, having no RGB lighting but keeps the black color the same throughout the chassis. These power supplies’ chassis is slightly shorter than the standard ATX form factor, as these power supplies feature a length of just 120 mm.

All of these power supplies utilize the Hydraulic Bearing Fan, which reduces the noise created by the power supply. This fan also offers a longer-lasting life than a sleeve bearing fan; having a power supply fan that stays quiet and lasts for a longer time is incredibly important.

The BP power supply series are currently available on EVGA’s website, with the EVGA 710 BP being the most expensive, having a price tag of $84.99. The EVGA 610 BP features a price tag of $74.99, while the EVGA 510 BP has a price of $64.99 while the least expensive is the EVGA 460 BP having a price of $54.99. Each of these power supplies is limited to two per household on EVGA’s website.

These power supplies feature a three-year warranty to ensure any buyers that these power supplies can operate for a long time without breaking down.

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ASRock Brings Ryzen 4000U Renoir APUs To Its Mars Mini-PCs– Tiny Form Factor Style With Up To 8 Cores

ASRock has announced its Mars Mini-PC series which features the AMD Ryzen 4000U Renoir APUs in a small form factor design. The Mars 4000U series Mini-POC come within a super-compact case meant for general office, home theater use, and even gaming.

SRock Mars 4000U Mini-PCs Feature Up To 8 Core & 16 Thread AMD Ryzen 4000U ‘Renoir’ APUs Within A Small Form Factor Design

The main feature of the ASRock Mars 4000U Mini-PCs is that they are rocking AMD’s Ryzen 4000U ‘Renoir’ APUs. These APUs are originally designed for the mobility segment but ASRock is bringing them over to the desktop PC market with its new compact Mini PC series. The MARS Mini PC comes with support for up to 8 core and 16 thread Ryzen 4000U APUs and the full list is provided below:

AMD Ryzen 7 4800U (8C16T, Turbo 4.2GHz)AMD Ryzen 7 4700U (8C8T, Turbo 4.1GHz)AMD Ryzen 5 4600U (6C12T, Turbo 4.0GHz)AMD Ryzen 5 4500U (6C6T, Turbo 4.0GHz)AMD Ryzen 3 4300U (4C4T, Turbo 3.7GHz)

In addition to the AMD Ryzen 4000U Renoir APUs, the Mars 4000U Mini PCs feature support for dual-channel DDR4 memory with speeds of up to 3200 MHz and capacities of up to 64 GB. It also comes with support for PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD along with a 2.5-inch SATA hard drive bay to allow for decent storage capacities.

ASRock Mars 4000U Mini PC Specs Overview:

AMD Ryzen 4000U Series APUDual-Channel DDR4-3200MHz MemoryHDMI, D-SubUltra M.2 2280 Slot (NVMe)2.5″ SATA 6Gb Hard DriveM.2 For Wi-Fi1 x USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-C4 x USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A + 2 x USB 2.0SD Card Reader26mm Height, 0.7 Liter Compact size

The whole chassis is a 0.7-liter design with a height of only 26mm. Front panel connectivity comes with 2 USB 3.2 Gen 1, 2 USB 2.0, and a single USB 3.2 Gen 1 (Type-C) port. On the back, you get two USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, an HDMI and VGA display output, a Realtek ALC233-VB2 powered audio out & microphone port, & an RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet LAN port. There’s an M.2 slot for WiFi Bluetooth that supports Intel AX200 WiFi 6. Power is provided through a 65W (19V) adapter which is included in the box.

The CPU is cooled by an active cooling solution which features a single fan that blows air through an aluminum fin based heatsink that carries the air out through the exhaust vents. ASRock also ships a VESA mount with the Mars for easy installation in business and office environments. The pricing and availability for ASRock’s Mars 4000U Mini-PC have not been announced yet.

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