Water cooling affordable again
Up to 2TB capacity
Called Aorus RTX 2070 Gaming Box
External graphics card docks are not that common however several manufacturers are unveiled these boxes lately. The box not only comes pre-packed with an ITX graphics card but it's also one of the smallest external GPU cases out there. Today the company is ready to announce a powerful model based on RTX 2070 graphics cards.
On Ashes of the Singularity (AotS) benchmark
With up to 2TB capacity
With 16GB GDDR5 memory
Plenty of stock available
Earlier this week, we have heard several rumors about the upcoming Radeon VII. According to some sources, AMD had available only 5000 units. The rumors has been debunked by AMD, according to the company we should see plenty of stock available already at launch. AIB partners will also sell the Radeon VII with 16GB HBM2 graphics memory.
Compatible with ASUS and Gigabyte custom GPUs
More than two years ago, during Computex 2016, Phanteks presented its first water cooling products. Meanwhile right after the NVIDIA’s latest graphics cards have become available, Phanteks is ready to add two new water blocks to the portfolio, which are compatible with Gigabyte AORUS Extreme RTX 2080/2080 Ti and ASUS Strix RTX 2080/2080 Ti graphics cards.
Another player in the Samsung space
GeForce GTX 1660Ti could be around the corner
NVIDIA's latest generation graphics cards were built with real-time ray tracing in mind. Each RTX graphics card sports dedicated hardware to process more realistic lighting and reflections. If you aren't interested in this feature, NVIDIA is working and it might release rather soon a new series without ray tracing support.
Alongside with 905 gaming chassis
Now you can use G-Sync on FreeSync displays
Dark Rock Slim soon available
Available for auction
During the CES 2019, AMD revealed their Radeon VII graphics card, making them the first company to unveil a 7nm gaming graphics card. The price tag is set to $699 and the card should be available during next month. However according to latest rumors, the Radeon VII will have a smaller launch than expected.
Optimized for AMD Threadripper 2000 processors
They are cheap enough?
Alongside with other cases