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Newegg has been the premiere destination for buying PC components online for years. Logically, the next step for us was to start creating our own products. And what better way to break into the PC hardware design space than creating our own CPU microarchitecture?
This new range of Newegg CPUs was designed around two keystone philosophies: Performance & Pizzazz. In order to deliver on those goals, Newegg paired cutting-edge technology with refined aesthetics.
Join us now for an exclusive first look at this new range of processors poised to change the computing landscape as we know it.
With the iBrite, Newegg has introduced the world's first CPU with built-in RGB capabilities. Our marketing team has racked their brains searching for the right words to describe the aesthetic qualities of the iBrite. Opulent. Grandiose. Ostentatious. Eye-meltingly shiny.
The iBrite is capable of all the RGB lighting tricks you've come to expect from your RAM, keyboards, mousepads, coffee mugs, and pillow cases. Its highly advanced diodes can be turned on, turned off, and can even be programmed to blink between on and off states. Incredible, right? We really do live in a cyberpunk future.
But the lights aren't just cosmetic – they also give you critical information about the performance of your system, too. Rather than diving into the Task Manager or BIOS to see what's going on with your PC, you just need to look at the iBrite. If the lights are all on, that means your system is on. If the lights are all off, well, your system is probably off too. And if some lights are on and some are off, that's your indication that some of the diodes are currently illuminated, while others are disabled, or possibly burnt out.
Easy to understand, useful information at the fingertips of your eyeballs. That's what the iBrite is all about.
The iBrite is also compatible with all your favorite lighting control programs (Corsair, NZXT, Asus, Logitech, Razer, and ThermalTake excluded)
During the design process for the iBrite, Newegg opted to just skip right past what everyone else was doing for processors, and it shows in the performance of these chips.
First off, let's talk fabrication process. Forget 10 nm, 7 nm or even 5 nm. Newegg decided that the whole concept of nanometer fabrication nodes is outdated thinking. There's a loophole in Moore's law, and it's to go smaller than nanometers. We're talking about literally the smallest you can go, and that's quarks. With Newegg's new FireQuark technology, they've achieved a transistor density that is only theoretically possible! Try not to think about it. Seriously, please, stop thinking about it. Brainwaves interfere with the device's performance.
Also, CPUs with clockspeeds in the gigahertz range are simply too slow to keep up with today's most challenging workloads. In order to manage the most demanding computational tasks, (like AI/deep learning or having multiple Chrome tabs open) all iBrite CPUs run at a baseline of 1.4 Petahertz with a maximum overclock speed that is currently classified by the Department of Defense, Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Federal Interagency Committee for the Management of Noxious and Exotic Weeds.
The iBrite will be the new CPU of choice for those looking to build the highest of high-end desktops.
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