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    Anandtech: OnePlus Teases the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G: Seven Pro + 5G Later This Year

    Alongside their new OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro smartphones, OnePlus also used their UK event this afternoon to tease their first 5G-capable smartphone: the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G. The handset will be one of the first 5G smartphones to hit the UK market later this year. Surprisingly, the device is not bigger than 4G phones from OnePlus, a feature that the manufacturer is very proud of.
    Building off of the already capable OnePlus 7 Pro, the 5G variant of the phone adds Qualcomm's discrete Snapdragon X50 5G modem to the mix, giving the phone 5G capabilities on top of its baseline 3G/4G capabilities. As today's reveal was a teaser, OnePlus isn't going too deep into technical specifications here, particularly on sub-6GHz vs. mmWave bands. But as Andrei noted in his live blog, the Snapdragon X50 doesn't support European mmWave bands anyhow, so we're looking at just Sub-6GHz support for the UK-focused phone.
    Supporting just Sub-6GHz would also simplify the design of the phone a bit, which would help explain one of the tricks OnePlus used to avoid enlarging the phone to add 5G support. Typically, 5G phones are larger than 4G handsets because of antennas and other peculiarities. OnePlus says that its 5G smartphone uses its own antenna as well as a stacked PCB that enabled it to build a relatively compact 5G handset.
    Other than 5G support, the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G is for all practical purposes a 5G-enabled variant of the OnePlus 7 Pro, with all the features and capabilities. This means the phone is outfitted with a 6.67-inch AMOLED display featuring a 3120x1440 resolution and a 90 Hz refresh rate. Internally, the phone is driven by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 SoC, paired with up to 12 GB of LPDDR4X RAM as well as up to 256 GB of NAND flash storage. And for camera capabilities, the 5G phone comes equipped with a triple-module camera featuring a 48 MP main sensor, a 8 MP telephoto sensor, and a 16 MP wide sensor, as well as a pop-up camera for selfies.
    OnePlus will start selling the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G later this year, though it looks like the launch is still a bit off, as the company isn't disclosing a launch date or pricing. The handset will be available from EE that will launch 5G networks later this year in London, Cardiff, Belfast, Edinburgh, Manchester, and Birmingham.
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    Anandtech: Samsung to End B-Die DDR4: The Overclockers' Favorite

    For many years leading DRAM module manufacturers have used Samsung’s B-die 8 Gb memory chips for their fastest and most advanced DIMMs. This quarter Samsung intends to discontinue production of B-die, forcing its partners to find a worthy replacement.
    According to Samsung’s most recent Product Guide, the company will EOL its B-die 8 Gb memory chips in Q2 2019. It is not particularly clear when exactly Samsung ceases to make its legendary memory chips, but it looks like it is time for companies like Corsair or G.Skill to stock pile B-die ICs for existing DDR4-4000 and faster kits.
    Samsung will continue to produce C-die and D-die 8 Gb memory chips using its 10 nm-class process technologies. Officially rated for DDR4-3200 and DDR4-3600 speed bins, these ICs have been in production since 2016 and 2017 respectively. By now, these memory devices have to be mature enough for high-end memory modules, but far not all makers of DIMMs use them for leading-edge products. Also their overclockability beyond those speeds pales in comparison to B-die.
    It is worth noting that in the same document, Samsung has listed its 16 Gb A-dies memory devices made using a 10 nm-class process technology that are used to build high-capacity 32 GB UDIMMs and other memory modules required for servers and workstations.
    We have reached out to makers of memory modules to find out which memory chips will replace Samsung’s legendary B-die memory chips on high-end modules. We are yet to receive their responses. These products will not disappear overnight, but it looks like their days are numbered.
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    Source: Samsung (via Tom’s Hardware)
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    Anandtech: Dell’s 75-Inch 4K Display with Multitouch: A Rival for Microsoft Surface H

    Dell has started sales of its 75-inch 4K monitor supporting multi-touch capabilities, and combined the device with a set of interactive features. The new Dell 75 4K Interactive Touch Monitor is designed to enable interactive work by groups of people and could therefore compete against Microsoft’s Surface Hub product series.
    Dell’s 75-inch 4K Interactive Touch Monitor (C7520QT) uses an IPS panel featuring a 3840x2560 resolution and an ‘InGlass’ touch surface supporting up to 20 touch points simultaneously. Other characteristics of the display are in line with general office LCDs: it has a 350 nits brightness, a 1200:1 contrast ratio, 178-degrees viewing angles, a 8 ms response time, and so on.
    The monitor supports a rather massive number of input ports, including one DisplayPort 1.2, a D-Sub (VGA), and three HDMI 2.0 connectors. In addition, the 4K Interactive Touch Monitor has an Ethernet, a quad-port USB 3.0 Type-A hub, a serial port, and 20 W speakers.
    Since the Dell 75-inch 4K Interactive Touch Monitor is only a display, not a complete PC like Microsoft’s Surface Hub, it can be used with any PC providing some additional flexibility. Meanwhile the company offers its OptiPlex Micro PC that can be integrated into the display. The company also has a special display manager utility to control the LCD.
    Dell’s 75-inch 4K Interactive Touch Monitor is currently available in Japan for ¥598,000 ($5,457) without taxes. Earlier this year Dell said that the C7520QT will be available in the USA this Spring starting at $5,999.99.
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    Anandtech: Samsung Announces 3nm GAA MBCFET PDK, Version 0.1

    So what comes after 7nm, after 6nm, after 5nm, and after 4nm? That's right: 3nm! At Samsung's Foundry Forum event today, Samsung has announced that the first alpha version of its Product Design Kit for its first 3nm process is now ready for customers. What makes this announcement special is that 3nm is the intersection point where Samsung intends to introduce the next generation of Gate-All-Around (GAA) technology that will replace FinFETs.


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    Anandtech: The ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 4S Motherboard: An 8-Phase Board With M.2 F

    In a relatively quiet launch, ASRock has added another model to its Phantom Gaming series of motherboards: the new ATX sized ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 4S. The Z390 Phantom Gaming 4S represents a modest entry-level offering onto the chipset with a single M.2 slot, six SATA ports, and a 1 GbE NIC.


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    Anandtech: The Team Group MP34 512GB SSD Review: Refining Phison's NVMe Workhorse

    Team Group's MP34 is a high-end NVMe SSD based on the familiar combination of the Phison E12 controller and Toshiba 3D TLC, but the price drops enabled by the current oversupply of flash memory and Team's decision to offer a shorter warranty period makes the MP34 an affordable drive that is helping push NVMe SSDs further into the mainstream.


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    Anandtech: Corning Unveils Astra Glass for 8K Monitors

    Corning has introduced its new glass substrate that was developed specially for mid-to-large-size displays featuring a high pixel density. Corning’s Astra Glass takes into account not only high resolutions, but also process technologies used to make displays featuring high refresh rates, deep colors, and other attributes of next-generation desktop and mobile monitors.
    Display cover glasses serve numerous purposes. Apart from protecting the screens themselves, their surfaces also affect their reflectivity, brightness, and accuracy of their color reproduction (as to some degree even work as color filters). Since all materials have a different crystal lattice, their physical properties (transparency, reflectivity, etc.) vary greatly. Considering the fact that screen technologies evolve, so should their cover glasses.
    Corning believes that next generations of mid-to-large-size monitors that feature resolutions like 8K (7680×4320) will require a thermally and dimensionally stable glass that can enable desired characteristics and ensure good yields. This is where Corning’s Astra Glass comes into play. It is compatible with a variety of high-performance LCD panels, including amorphous silicon (a-Si) and IGZO oxide.
    “After years of close collaboration with customers, we’ve learned what they need in an oxide display glass to bring 8K resolution to larger devices and sets – low total pitch variation, low total thickness variation, and low sag,” said Han Yim, business director, High-Performance Displays, Corning Glass Technologies. “Astra Glass meets the precise, high-temperature requirements of oxide processing.”
    Corning expects its Astra Glass to be used for tablets, laptops, desktop displays, TVs, and other applications with an 8K resolution screens. The company will demonstrate prototypes of devices using its Astra Glass at the Society for Information Display’s (SID) Display Week in San Jose, California, this week.
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    Anandtech: Lenovo Announces ThinkReality A6 AR Headset

    Lenovo has unveiled its new family of AR headsets designed primarily for business applications. Lenovo’s ThinkReality head mounted displays will feature software and hardware developed by Lenovo for workers who can take advantage of AR in various industries.



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    Anandtech: KLEVV Cras X RGB: Up to DDR4-4266, Coming at Computex

    KLEVV, a partner business of SK Hynix, has always been rather conservative when it comes to speed bins of its memory modules for gamers and overclockers, partly because the most popular volume models are still in the DDR4-3000 to DDR4-3600 range. This is going to change sometimes later this year when the company launches its new models of Cras X RGB modules.
    First introduced at Computex 2018, KLEVV’s Cras X RGB family of memory modules for enthusiasts included 8 GB and 16 GB DIMMs rated for DDR4-3200 CL16 18-18-38 as well as DDR4-3466 CL17 19-19-39 at 1.35V operation. At this year’s Computex later this month the company will launch faster versions of its Cras X RGB modules.
    The expanded family of Cras X RGB memory sticks will include DDR4-3600, DDR4-4000, and DDR4-4266 models. The DDR4-3600 speed bin will be compatible both with AMD Ryzen as well as Intel Core platforms, whereas the DDR4-4000 and DDR4-4200 speed bins will be aimed primarily at Intel-based PCs.
    KLEVV does not say which SK Hynix’s memory chips the new modules will use, but indicates that they will be equipped with its signature black heatsink and RGB lighting that can be controlled using software from ASUS, ASRock, GIGABYTE, and MSI.
    Launching faster DDR4 modules now makes a great sense for Klevv. On the one hand, enthusiasts today want faster memory as they upgrade to six-core or eight-core CPUs. On the other hand, faster modules are sold at higher MSRPs, which is important for DRAM makers as prices of DDR4 memory dropped significantly in the recent quarters and it is crucial for manufacturers to maintain their ASPs and profitability.
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    Anandtech: The Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 750FX 750W PSU Review: SeaSonic Quality at Ma

    Today we are taking a look at one of SeaSonic’s mid-tier power supply units: the Focus Plus Gold 750FX. As the name suggests, it is an 80Plus Gold efficiency certified ATX PSU with a maximum power output of 750 Watts. SeaSonic's latest mainstream PSU boasts impressive performance figures and is backed by their 10-year warranty..

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