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First full tower from LanCool
Now with cutomizable RGB lighting
Over the last years, we have reviewed quite a few CPU coolers from Corsair including its Hydro all-in-one series. A few months later Corsair is giving those products an overhaul. During the last months we have seen the first Hydro RGB Platinum RGB coolers and now Corsair adds another model to the lineup.
Cards are dying in alarming numbers
With the recently released RTX Turing graphics cards, NVIDIA has added the most powerful consumer GPUs ever made. These cards support new gaming visual features like deep learning supersampling (DLSS) and ray tracing. Both cards are available since few weeks and several users are now facing to crashes, black screens, blue screen of death, artifacts and cards that fail to work entirely.
Ten more models
be quiet! has unveiled its new mainstream Pure Power 11 series of power supply units. The series consists of six models with fixed cables ranging from 300 to 700 watts and four models with modular cables ranging from 400 to 700 watts. Compared to the previous generation, the freshly announced lineup should deliver better performance.
Second generation of Threadripper
Up to 16% faster than RX 580
AMD's upcoming Radeon RX 590 graphics card was spotted in 3DMark's database this month. A few days later, the graphics card has popped up again but this time on Square Enix's Final Fantasy XV database. According to latest informations, the Radeon RX 590 should be a bit faster than GeForce GTX 1060 6GB graphics card.
5.1GHz on sale for $570 USD
Silicon Lottery is one of the websites which currently sell binned as well as highly-binned processors. Especially overclockers or enthusiasts looking for chips which allow to be run at lower voltage, thus lower TDP have been checking the offerings. Now that the Intel Core 9000 series has been released, the site is showing their price plans.
From October 29th to November 1st
A bit late to the party
With 32:9 aspect ratio
We will test it soon
ASRock with the Z390 motherboards have refreshed the portfolio quite a bit. For example we see for the first time the Phantom Gaming series of motherboards which replace the Fatal1ty series. Furthermore the company adds two Taichi motherboards and few Extreme models. A couple of days ago we have received the Z390 Taichi Ultimate and we have created our gallery.
With EKWB heat sink
Almost one year ago, Intel has shown the Optane 900P SSDs which was limited to two models. Now, almost one year later, the company has released a new version which feature three form factors and up to 1.5TB of capacity. Furthermore, Intel has improved the design and cooling on the M.2 version adding EKWB heat sink.
Quite useful for a nice cable management
Featuring Cherry MX Low Profile RGB switches
With their K70 RGB MK2 Low Profile, Corsair has a high-end keyboard in its portfolio which sports Cherry MX Low Profile RGB mechanical switches. Therefore there is going to be a good looking backlight that you can customize with the vendor's iCue software. Like with the previous model, with the K70 RGB MK2 Low Profile you will get a sturdy gaming keyboard made out plastic and aluminum.
A couple of weeks ago we have updated our Instagram profile and we are going to use that social alongside with Facebook. If you want keep updated on our latest reviews and pictures, we suggest to follow us. Furthermore if you want some advices or heads up feel free to text us. At the moment we are publishing some pictures of the latest samples that we have received in our lab.
Batman: Arkham Origins, Mad Max and Batman: Arkham Knight
First ASRock Z390 mini-ITX motherboard
A couple of days ago we have received a small ASRock motherboard based on Intel Z390 chipset. Compared to the previous model, the Z390 Phantom Gaming-ITX/ac has been improved on several aspects. ASRock has changed the color scheme and updated the motherboard with the new chipset. The motherboard comes with an attractive price tag and targets the high-end market.