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ZA specifications summary (continued on the next page) VGA – Supports Intel® InTru™ 3D, Quick Sync Video, Intel® Clear Video HD Technology, and Intel® Insider™ – Maximum shared memory of MB * DisplayPort Multi-Stream Transport compliant, supports DP monitor daisy-chain up to 3 displays. Multi-GPU Support. This provides great graphics performance. Intel ® Z97 Express Chipset. The Intel ® Z97 Express Chipset is a single-chipset design that supports Intel ® LGA 4th, New 4th & 5th Generation Core™ i7/Core™ i5/Core™ i3/Pentium ® /Celeron ® processors. Dec 02,  · Specs: CPUik MotherboardAsus ZA RAMKingston Fury Black Series 8GB DDR GPUEVGA GTX Superclocked CaseFractal Design Define R4 StorageW RE4 2TB, Corsair Force LX GB SSD PSUCorsair CSM CoolingCorsair.

 

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ZA specifications summary (continued on the next page) VGA – Supports Intel® InTru™ 3D, Quick Sync Video, Intel® Clear Video HD Technology, and Intel® Insider™ – Maximum shared memory of MB * DisplayPort Multi-Stream Transport compliant, supports DP monitor daisy-chain up to 3 displays. Multi-GPU Support. May 13,  · ASUS ZA UEFI BIOS Overview, more information on cing & Availability: “Like” us on Facebook!http://ww. Dec 02,  · ZA BIOS Whilst your there, get the Bios renamer tool from Bios Utilities. Download these files to an empty Fat32 formatted USB stick. Activate the renamer and it will convert the bios file to extension.(check it has done its job) Insert USB and enter advanced mode of Bios. Go to Tool menu and access EZ flash utility.
 
 
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Hitachi Demonstrates Wireless Networking “E-Paper”

While some Europeans are carried away by grandiose plans for world domination in the field of new technologies for displaying information, their Japanese colleagues are demonstrating quite real developments.

Hitachi showcased a 13.1-inch sheet of “e-paper” at Tokyo International Forum, equipped with a wireless network interface (WLAN) and an optional battery pack. “Electronic paper” is intended, in particular, for the production of signs and signs on public buildings. As expected, in this capacity, it will be able to compete with displays based on LCD panels.

The sheet has a resolution of 100 dpi. The finished product is about 1 cm thick, in addition to the screen, includes an IEEE 802 chip.11b WLAN and lithium-ion battery. Wireless network connection allows you to download images remotely.

Since energy consumption increases at the time of data rewriting (one cycle takes about 10 seconds), the life of the “paper” from one set depends on how often the image changes. According to Hitachi representatives, on average it is several months. The company plans to release its technology to the market in the spring of next year.

Source: TechOn!