Image credit: Techpowerup/Aris Mpitziopoulos Following our report on the Gigabyte PGM recall a few days ago, we now have an official response from reviewer Aris Mpitziopoulos regarding the statement GIGABYTE gave with the recall. (Greek) (English) Aris introduction: I didn’t
Last updated: 13-08-2021, revision 1.0a One of the critical functions of a motherboard is delivering power CPU and adjacent ICs. This is however often overlooked by buyers, and information about its components is frequently obfuscated by manufacturers for marketing purposes.
Hardware manufacturer Gigabyte is once again in a tough spot as issues with their P-GM series PSUs surface. Shortly after it fell victim to a ransomware attack, the company is now recalling GP-P750GM and GP-P850GM power supplies after several concerns
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Taiwan-based hardware manufacturer GIGABYTE was recently hit by a cyberattack earlier this month. According to The Record and TechPowerUp, the company was targeted by RansomExx. The attackers claim to have compromised 112GB of files, most of them being confidential files
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