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With 64GB and 128GB capacity

G.Skill has released a couple of new high-performance and high capacity DDR4 memory kits. We've seen the company push DDR4 speeds to its limits in the past and now the high capacities kits with 64GB and 128GB are receiving the same treatment.

World's smallest RTX?

NVIDIA has provided MSI with the opportunity of making a bunch of awesome custom GeForce RTX graphics cards. After a few models have been launch, which were all based on long and wide PCBs, the company has now unveiled its first ITX version of the RTX 2070 graphics card.

Three AAA games included in the bundle

While not officially announced yet, leaks on AMD's Radeon RX 590 GPUs have been hitting the web for weeks. PowerColor is one of the first graphics card manufacturer to officially launch its custom-made Radeon RX 590 graphics card. The PowerColor Red Devil Radeon RX 590 8GB GDDR5 is based on AMD's Polaris 30 graphics processor that is produced with the 12nm FinFET node.

Get sponsored by top brands on modding

A new modding sponsoring program has been launched and it basically helps modders to streamline their efforts in getting the right sponsoring. Finding companies that stand behind your modding project and support used to be a hard task even if you were/are a modder with very good reputation.

Designed for workstations

Gigabyte has revealed the detailed specifications of its C246-WU4 motherboard. This model is compatible with Xeon E-2100 series and 8th/9th generation Core processors, thus addressing the workstation market segment.

Finally available

It looks like Intel has silently released their Core i9-9980XE. This particular chip features 18 cores and 36 threads, and it’s been combined with 24.75 MB of L3 cache. This CPU is supposed to make the life of the AMD Threadripper 2950X CPU a bit harder.

Not all RTX 2070 are equal

Last summer, NVIDIA unveiled its new line of GeForce RTX 20xx series GPUs, which are based on the new Turing microarchitecture. Meanwhile Steve Burke from Gamers Nexus has noticed that NVIDIA appears to be using different chips on its RTX 2070 graphics cards.

Listed on Newegg

The AMD Radeon RX 590 is launching next week featuring the latest 12nm Polaris architecture. We have come across a lot of speculation regarding this graphics card and now we are finally getting first looks at custom models. Apart from that Newegg has already listed the $500 CAD (almost $380 USD) and it's even available.

For 2280 form factor SSDs

If these days you want to buy a fast SSD you're going to choose a M.2 drive. Those drives are not just fast, unfortunately some of them also struggle with overheating issues. The logical consequence is that the different vendors started producing heatsinks to tackle this issue. ZADAK 511 has done exactly that and came up with a heatsink for M.2 SSDs, which goes by the name MOAB.

Compatible with Core i9 7980XE processor

Gigabyte today introduces the X299 Aorus Master, an upcoming high-end motherboard. The Gigabyte X299 Aorus Master belongs to the high-end series and it's recommended for Core i9 processors like the i9-7980XE and the i9-7960X CPUs. This board is quite similar to the X299 AORUS Ultra Gaming Pro, but comes with more goodies.

With protective coating to resist scratches

ASUS hasn't released cases in a long time except for the ones that are offered as part of a complete build like the ROG GT51. During the Computex 2018, the company has introduced the TUF Gaming GT501 PC case and now has been unveiled.

With cloud smarts

Das Keyboard made its name with premium mechanical clickers with impressive quality. A few months ago, the company has introduced the Q software platform for lighting control and web-powered intelligent notifications. Now the classic Das Keyboard 4 Professional is finally compatible with that utility.

More RGB products

Deepcool Gamerstorm has unveiled a wide range of products at Computex 2018 like air coolers, liquid coolers and cases. Today the company has officially unveiled another RGB liquid cooler. With the GamerStorm Castle 360 RGB, the company adds addressable RGB LEDs to its high-end 360mm AIO.

For Hitman 2 and Battlefield V

AMD has released the next iteration of their Adrenalin software package aka drivers. These come with game-specific optimisations for for Hitman 2, Battlefield V and Fallout 76. On top of that there is a range of bug fixes.

Ready for Battlefield V

NVIDIA has released their first Game Ready Driver of November, offering "Game Ready" optimisations for EA's Battlefield V which will be available tomorrow for Premium users. These drivers aren't listed as compatible for RTX cards, however according to Guru3D they work without any issue.

More benchmarks soon

We can finally show some of our own results regarding the Core i5-9600K. A few months ago we have started testing all the recent CPUs regarding a variety of programs and benchmarks and meanwhile we’re starting to add Coffee Lake Refresh chips. The CPU looks very close to the Core i5-8600K, however in some tests the previous chip looks a bit faster probably due to some BIOS optimization.

With up to 1TB capacity

NVMe capable SSDs are growing increasingly popular these days, offering much higher transfer speeds than the usual SATA drive. New markets always offer new opportunities and that on the other hand means that different vendors will launch new products. Biostar is one of those having presented their new M500 NVMe SSDs.

Pre-built system

A few months ago we have reviewed the ONE, a compact gaming PC released by Corsair. Unlike Corsair ONE, the Vengeance 5180 it's a mid-tower gaming PC easily upgradeable. Most of the components installed inside the Vengeance 5180 are labelled Corsair and MSI.

Several parts spotted

Almost one year ago, during Computex 2017, Corsair has been teasing products suggesting that the company was going to enter the custom water cooling market. Things remained silent until today, when Corsair unveiled several parts during Paris Games Week.

With dual fan cooler

The AMD Radeon RX 590 is launching next week featuring the latest 12nm Polaris architecture. We have seen a lot of speculation about this graphics card and now we are finally getting a look at the custom models. The Sapphire Radeon RX 590 NITRO+ 8G comes with a light blue themed Dual-X cooler equipped with two 95 mm diameter blue LED fans.
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