JR23

Today we have another build from JR23 for you. In the past we’ve shared several of his builds and as you might know they always look exceptionally good. Like every day we're showing you a very nice build or from one of our modder friends. As always we will show you the nicest pictures of the build and if possible also the specifications here in the news and the full album with all pictures can be found in our Case Mod Gallery.



For data center

Intel has announced new products that should help transform storage in data centers. Intel unveils three product lines; the new "Ruler" form factor SSDs, Dual Port SSDs and SATA SSDs for data centers. The most interesting part of the announcement is the upcoming Ruler SSD, which looks like a ruler but are a bit fatter.



On Cinebench R15 and Geekbench


Another set of benchmarks on AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper CPU has surfaced. This time it looks like the 16 cores AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X has been tested. This model features 16 cores, 32 threads and a TDP of 180W. The leak comes courtesy of a redditor who has actually managed to get his hands on the chip. The user ran some benchmarks and according to his post, Ryzen Threadripper is a better overclocker than mainstream Ryzen.


Another unlocked Core i3?

The acclaimed launch date of Coffee Lake based CPUs is in the near future and therfore news leaks are making it through on a rather frequent basis. This time an AnandTech forum user is jumping the gun - again - posting some details on two upcoming Intel Core i3 processors. Both models should feature four cores and four threads.


Facebook Live event

On August 21st, Intel is going to unveil their eighth-generation Core CPUs, codenamed Coffee Lake. Chipzilla is going to stream the announcement live on Facebook starting at 11:00 AM CEST (8:00 AM PDT). Intel didn't provide many details on what exactly they’re going to reveal related to Coffee Lake. Nevertheless since the live stream is going to take place two days before Gamescom 2017 opens its doors to the public, we’d guess it won’t just be notebook processors we’re going to see.


EddyCustomizing

Today we have another build from EddyCustomizing for you. In the past we’ve shared several of his builds and as you might know they always look exceptionally good. Like every day we're showing you a very nice build or from one of our modder friends. As always we will show you the nicest pictures of the build and if possible also the specifications here in the news and the full album with all pictures can be found in our Case Mod Gallery.



Up for pre-order

ASRock has revealed the full specifications of its X399 Taichi motherboard. A few months ago during Computex 2017, ASRock has unveiled their first two AMD X399 motherboards which are compatible with the upcoming AMD Threadripper processors. Meanwhile it looks like the company is ready to introduce this new platform.


Up to 18 cores

During the PC Gaming Show E3, Intel has revealed the Core X series of CPUs. While the first Kaby Lake-X and Skylake-X chips are already available since last June the flagship models will become available in October. According to the latest information, the Core i9-7980XE features 18 cores and 36 threads, and it is combined with 24.75 MB of L3 cache. The base clock is set to 2.60GHz which is a pretty significant step down from the Core i9-7940X's 3.1GHz.


First MSI X299 microATX model

A few weeks ago, MSI has shown their first batch of X299 motherboards, which are compatible with Intel Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors. Meanwhile the company has unveiled the first microATX model. Including this board, MSI’s X299 portfolio consists of no less than ten different models. Like the name suggests, the X299M-A Pro doesn't belong to the Gaming series.


Another ATX model

During this years Computex, Gigabyte has shown their first batch of X299 motherboards for Intel's Basin Falls platform. So far Gigabyte has unveiled three ATX models which are all based on the same PCB. What differs is the color scheme, the audio solution and a few connectors. Meanwhile Gigabyte has started adding more models, which are still based on an ATX form factor. According to the first details, the upcoming X299 Aorus Gaming is supposed to mark the entry-level segment in the case of the X299 platform.


Thai Son Dang

Today we have another build from Thai Son Dang for you. In the past we’ve shared several of his builds and as you might know they always look exceptionally good. Like every day we're showing you a very nice build or from one of our modder friends. As always we will show you the nicest pictures of the build and if possible also the specifications here in the news and the full album with all pictures can be found in our Case Mod Gallery.



Using games and applications

A few days ago AMD announced their Ryzen Threadripper series processors including three new HEDT chips and they all come with a highly competitive price tag. When it comes to benchmarks we’ve only seen numbers in multi-threaded ones so far but it looks like LinusTechTips now had a more in-depth look at the chip’s performance.


Sarcasm on: how terrible is that!

One of the most interesting features about AMD’s X399 platform is the fact that there are 64 PCIe lanes. While 4 lanes are dedicated to the chipset, the other 60 lanes are for PCIe devices such as graphics cards, a sound card and NVMe SSDs. According to the latest rumors, AMD’s Threadripper platform is not going to allow for NVMe RAID configurations. Although for some this feature might be important, we don't think is a big loss.


With fake HDR

BenQ has added another monitor with a 35-inch panel, 3440 x 1440 resolution and 1800R curvature to its lineup. The display comes with an AMVA panel from AU Optronics and it’s supposed to be HDR compatible. According to pcmonitors.info, the panel can be set up to 100Hz refresh rate.



Available next year

A few weeks ago, Acer announced to be soon expand its monitor lineup with another UHD/4K model, featuring a 27-inch IPS panel with 3840 x 2160 resolution. Meanwhile Acer has crawled back, announcing that their Predator X27 4K HDR monitor is going to be be delayed until the first quarter of next year.


Compatible with Aura Sync

Following the launch of Intel's X299 chipset, EKWB has released a new monoblock for the ASUS ROG Strix X299-E Gaming motherboard. This is one of the first X299 monoblocks available and it will add water cooling to both the CPU and the VRM, thanks to a huge single water block. The EK-FB ASUS Strix X299-E RGB Monoblock is compatible with ASUS Aura Sync, which will allow you to create great looking setups thanks to customizable lighting.


JP Modified

Today we have another build from JP Modified for you. In the past we’ve shared several of his builds and as you might know they always look exceptionally good. Like every day we're showing you a very nice build or from one of our modder friends. As always we will show you the nicest pictures of the build and if possible also the specifications here in the news and the full album with all pictures can be found in our Case Mod Gallery.



Designed for overclockers

During Computex 2017, ASUS has unveiled several upcoming motherboards and they’re all starting to hit the market. This time ASUS introduces the ROG Rampage VI Apex, it features an E-ATX form factor with several PCI-Express 3.0 x16 slots and M.2 slots. The motherboard is finally available and listed also on Geizhals.


Still based on socket LGA1151

The Chinese hardware site PCEva is spreading the rumor that Intel's lineup might become even more confusing during the upcoming moths. Intel's next generation Coffee Lake CPUs won’t work with existing socket LGA1151 motherboards despite the fact that they’re sharing the same socket.



Featuring NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

A few weeks ago we reviewed the Corsair One and we were impressed by the size, thermal performance and speed of this little gaming PC but one of the things we were really wishing for was a config with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card. Corsair is finally at the point where they launched such a SKU and they’ve combined it with their own NVMe SSD.
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