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VisionLINK is an exclusive port designed by GIGABYTE. You can find it on AERO series motherboards, which are built for creators. It can handle data transfer, video output and 60W of power delivery. It allows creators to connect their pro-grade WACOM pen display with just a single USB Type-C cable. The advanced version of VisionLINK—VisionLINK TB—even integrates Thunderbolt to make it more versatile. Let’s dive deeper into this exclusive port to see why it’s the best one for creators.
Intel has launched the latest 12th-Gen processors ‘Alder Lake’, and everyone is curious about its performance. So, today we are going to show you the benchmark of the Alder Lake processors under daily tasks, content creation, and gaming.
Packing up to 16 cores and 24 threads, the latest Intel 12th-Gen processors promise a significant leap in both single-core and multi-core performances, a major selling point for those looking to adopt the new Alder Lake platform. However, there are some caveats. If you pair the new chip with just any motherboard, the actual performance might not be as great as expected. In this article, we will highlight some of the features you may overlook regarding the Intel 12th-Gen processors and how to pick a motherboard so that you will be able to receive the best performance from the new CPU.
It has been a while since there has been a major release of new computer hardware, something for gamers to really get excited about. Well, that is all about to change with the upcoming release of the Intel 12th Gen CPU.
The 12th Gen CPU, codenamed “Alder Lake”, is Intel’s latest CPU offering that promises uncompromised gaming and computing performance. Team blue is determined to make a bold statement with the launch of its latest processors and now is a great time to be a PC gamer.
However, before you head on out and build a new PC or upgrade your current gaming rig, here are 5 things that you should know before you buy an Intel 12 Gen CPU.