In order to get in the right mood for the release of our new Mini-PC we want to explain what stands behind Tegra by Nvidia. We are also talking about the recent shortage and price increase of components in the electronics industry and furthermore we want to give you a little insight into the processes at spo-comm, regarding the updates of Windows and special images on our Mini-PCs.
TDP? What exactly that is, even today in many forums and blog comments is discussed. But let’s start from scratch: TDP is given as the power value of computer processors. The abbreviation TDP stands for Thermal Design Power and indicates the thermal power loss (in watts) of computer processors. Since a processor converts the absorbed electrical energy almost one-to-one into heat, the thermal power loss is a very important indicator of how much cooling and power is required.
While dealing with the topic of PC monitors, TVs or other devices, that show pictures or play video content, it won’t take much time until the terms UHD or 4K are mentioned. By now even the 8K-resolution is a very important thing. In the following article we want to explain what stands behind these terms and in what exactly makes them different.
Half of the year has passed and in the IT market things are going wild. In this article we talk about Microsoft, who are shutting down Windows 7 updates for Kabylake CPUs. Also we want to mention the new AMD embedded CPUs that set new benchmarks regarding high performance.
Since the beginning of 2018 the security holes Spectre and Meltdown, that were found in Intel CPUs are on everyone’s lips. Just now that there are some helpful updates, researchers found new – even more – security holes in these processors.