• AirPods 3 review: Solid sound and meaningful improvements

    1 month ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    Apple is taking the AirPods to the next level. For the first time since it unveiled the original AirPods, Apple is giving the entry-level model a redesign. In our new AirPods 3 review, you'll see how they take design cues from the more expensive AirPods Pro , plus get an improved sound quality, Spatial Audio, and a longer battery life.
    The new AirPods don't completely replace previous AirPods models though. Apple is still selling the second-generation model for $129, while the new ones are $179.
    They're worth the extra money, and if you're already an AirPods fan, you'll find plenty to love...
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  • New AirPods 3 review: Great sound and meaningful improvements

    New AirPods 3 review: Great sound and meaningful improvements

    1 month ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    Apple is taking the new AirPods 3 to the next level. For the first time since it unveiled the original AirPods, Apple is giving the entry-level model a redesign. The new AirPods 3 take design cues from the more expensive AirPods Pro , plus they get an improved sound quality, Spatial Audio, and a longer battery life.
    The new AirPods don't completely replace previous AirPods models though. Apple is still selling the second-generation model for $129, while the new ones are $179.
    They're worth the extra money, and if you're already an AirPods fan, you'll find plenty to love in the new ones...
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  • Why Alder Lake is more overclocking-ready than any previous Intel chip

    Why Alder Lake is more overclocking-ready than any previous Intel chip

    1 month ago - By Digital Trends

    Along with the announcement of 12th-gen Alder Lake processors, Intel detailed some key overclocking news for the upcoming generation, including XMP 3.0.
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  • Intel XMP 3.0: Memory overclocking gets its first substantial upgrade since 2007

    Intel XMP 3.0: Memory overclocking gets its first substantial upgrade since 2007

    1 month ago - By PC World

    Intel has unveiled the first major update to its eXtreme Memory Profile technology since the standard was introduced in 2007, bringing more profiles and the ability to name them, too.
    XMP 3.0 will be introduced alongside DDR5 memory modules and increases the number of available factory profiles up from two to three. You can also add two personalized ones.
    Memory profiles are tables of settings that the CPU can set the modules to for enhanced performance. Since one clock speed or one sub-timing doesn't always offer the best performance on a given task, multiple memory profiles can be...
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