Finally an EPYC Desktop

Posted on July 7, 2017 by admin
AMD EPYC Workstation

Last month, we were proud to announce the all-new AMD EPYC processor, making it available to you in our new line of servers. As pleased as we’ve been with the performance of the new servers, it should go without saying that we’ve been chomping at the bit to introduce a desktop workstation built on this new…

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VR is way more than entertainment

Posted on June 6, 2017 by admin
Steam VR Setup Complete

While Virtual Reality has rapidly established itself as a compelling option for home entertainment, that is really only the beginning. There is a vast universe of possibilities for VR in business. Find out more in our video: Bringing VR Development to Your Desk Pogo engineers are continually on top of the latest developments in VR…

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Intel introduces new Kaby Lake Core i7 CPUs

Posted on March 3, 2017 by admin
7th Gen Intel Core i7 Now Available

All compatible Pogo Linux workstations can now be configured with Intel’s brand new 7th generation Core i7 processors (aka Kaby Lake). Iterating on their outstanding Skylake architecture, Intel has made a number of optimizations. Here is a quick rundown of features for these new processors. Improved 14 nm+ manufacturing process Faster clock speeds – up…

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VR is for Linux, too! (Ready to try it?)

Posted on March 3, 2017 by admin
VR is now running on Linux

With the recent beta release of Steam VR for Linux, lots of developers and gamers are eager to take the plunge into VR apps in the Linux environment. Naturally, the Pogo Engineering Team got right to work configuring it on test systems here at Pogo HQ. Interested in giving this a try yourself? Read on……

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NVMe – moving beyond the dark ages of storage

Posted on October 10, 2016 by Rachel B
Configure your Pogo Linux NVMe Server

For maximum IOPS and minimum latency without a ridiculous power bill, it’s time for a better host controller interface to your flash storage! Thanks to the NVMe™ (Non-Volatile Memory express) specification, flash devices can now use the speed and bandwidth of a PCIe connection, without incurring the overhead of emulating a SAS interface. The I/O…

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