Alongside with Armor model
The launch is just around the corner
Some gamers use them
Now with anti leak system
Over the last years, we have reviewed quite a few CPU coolers from Deepcool including its Captain all-in-one series. A couple of weeks ago we have received the new Captain 240PRO which now features anti leak system. To be more precise the technology is called "anti leak airbag system" which is a bit too eye-catching for our taste.
Starting at $1'585
Simple and sleek design
More to come
Higher clocks than i9-9980XE
Huge comeback for the company?
For a long time, Supermicro was quite popular for both consumers and OEMs. In late 1990s and early 2000s, their motherboards were almost inside every gaming PCs. However during the last years, the company has shifted its main core business to server hardware and they are currently the third largest supplier of servers in the world.
Only 85 Euro
Within 72 hours
Need a 1440p high refresh rate display?
Including DLSS compatibility
Already during conference last week NVIDIA has shown extensive demos of Battlefield V and Shadow of the Tomb Raider with ray-tracing enabled. NVIDIA has also been talking about their DLSS feature sharing further insight on it. Usually it takes a while until new technologies appear in games, but it looks like NVIDIA is pushing really hard on these two features to accelerate the process.
Last month, Samsung launched an enhanced version of its popular 970 EVO NVMe PCIe SSD sporting new V-NAND memory and optimized firmware. Since a new model is out, it usually means that the older models are going to be sold off with a discount. On Amazon.com, .de and .it (and probably in others as well), the SSD is on sale for a limited time.
A variant of the H100i Platinum
Runs really hot
Custom system builder Puget Systems has received a sample of the still-not-announced and limited edition Intel Core i9-9990XE processor. According to their tests, the CPU runs hotter than the other X-series chips. As previously announced, the CPU will only be available to OEMs and it'll be auctioned online once every quarter.
Availability is appears to be bad
The guys over at Cowcotland have shared the price of the upcoming graphics card from AMD. According to them the AMD Radeon VII is to set you back 739 Euro if you do wish to own one of these cards. Judging by the specs the price looks ok, but it seems that availability is going to be the issue if you’re interested in this particular pixel accelerator.
A juicy contender
According to a leak from a Russian retailer there is more information on an upcoming GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics card. The pixel accelerator is supposed to be based on the 12nm TU116 silicon having 1536 Turing CUDA cores at its disposal to perform. There are no RT cores built-in to this chip, which is why this is going to be a GTX and not a RTX graphics card.
Popular and well-priced choice
60fps hard to hit with mid-range GPUs
Our friends over at PCgamer have put together a pretty nice article about the new battle royale game which has just been released by Electronic Arts and Respawn Entertainment. A few hours after the release they’ve checked the performance of the game with several graphics cards and different settings.