New features

Intel has published a Z390 chipset product brief on its website. The document unveils the features of the new chipset, which are very close to current Z370 series. Unfortunately, the product brief doesn't confirm the support for the allegedly Intel eight-core mainstream processor.

With black and grey color scheme

A few weeks ago, we have spotted the first details of the ASRock X470 Fatal1ty Gaming ITX/ac motherboard. This model belongs to the high-end series and comes in mini-ITX form factor. ASRock has finally released this motherboard and should costs around $200 USD.

For Conan Exiles, Pillars of Eternity II and Destiny 2

Last month, NVIDIA's 397.31 Game Ready driver ended up causing a lot of troubles for users with GeForce GTX 1060. The company has resolved the issue almost one week later with a quick hotfix. Moving on from the debacle, NVIDIA has released the 397.64 driver, compatible with Conan Exiles, Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire and Destiny 2 Warmind.

To demystify HDR-capable monitors

Buying a monitor with HDR capability can be very confusing. In an effort to make things easier, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) has released a DisplayHDR testing tool. This new software includes test specifications for luminance, color gamut, bit depth, and rise time. At the moment the tool is designed for LCD panels but will be soon available even for OLED displays.

Dual-system chassis

It's been a while since Corsair updated the high-end part of their Obsidian series. A few months ago we have published a review on the 500D and the company has added another case to their portfolio. With the Obsidian 1000D, Corsair is going to introduce a new super-tower case which sports a lot of interesting features.

At GTC Taiwan

NVIDIA has posted a short teaser about the "Ultimate Gaming Experience". This might mean something, since we are all waiting a new series of graphics cards or it may mean something much less exciting like 4K HDR displays. As we mentioned in a news of yesterday, this monitors will be rather expensive and above $2000 USD.

MSRP price for several graphics cards

NVIDIA has just announced that their GeForce 10 series cards are back in stock and available for sale on GeForce website. If you are looking for a reference NVIDIA graphics card, you will be happy to know that they are available at MSRP price.

With up to 1TB capacity

NVMe capable SSDs are growing increasingly popular these days, offering much higher transfer speeds than the usual SATA drive. Mushkin has unveiled a new series of M.2 SSDs which goes by the name Pilot and it's built on NVMe 1.3 protocol.

For consoles

BenQ Zowie already has a wide portfolio of displays and with the RL2755T the vendor is launching yet another FullHD model. The 27-inch panel supports 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution 75Hz refresh rate. According to Zowie, this monitor should be perfect for gaming on console. The RL2755 has been certified by Sony as an officially-licensed product for the PlayStation 4.

Featuring 80 Plus Bronze rating

Antec has introduced its new High Current Gamer Bronze series of power supply units that will be available with 750W and 850W of output power. Apart from that there is going to be a modular cable management as well as a 5-year warranty plan.

On Intel SSDs

Microsoft has announced that it's blocking some systems based on Intel SSDs from receiving the Windows 10 April 2018 update. The update has been released a couple of weeks ago, but according to some reports the update has caused several issues on some systems. For now, users with unspecified Intel SSDs will not receive the April update in both automatic or manual way.

According to some rumors

During the last CES, ASUS and Acer made a big splash by showing off the first 4K/144Hz gaming monitors with plans to launch them during the 2017. Unfortunately both displays have been delayed several times. According to latest rumors, the Predator X27 should be available during next month.

Available for $150 USD

Corsair's Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA RGB case is the company's second SPEC-series launch in two days. However, with the SPEC-OMEGA RGB the company is aiming at a different part of the market. While the SPEC-05 is aiming at the entry-level market, the upcoming SPEC-OMEGA RGB is for enthusiast users. As you might guess from the name, SPEC-OMEGA RGB comes with several RGB LEDs and RGB fans.

With three tempered glass covers

If you are looking for a full-tower case which is compatible with high-end graphics cards, ATX motherboard as well as extensive water cooling setup, Cougar's Panzer EVO RGB enclosure might be just what you've been looking for. Cougar has released another Panzer case which looks like an updated version of the Panzer-S that we have reviewed a few months ago. This case sports a rather industrial design and it's compatible with almost any kind of hardware.

Featuring 970 PRO and 970 EVO

Samsung has launched its new 970 PRO and EVO M.2 NVMe SSDs. The South Korean electronics giant claims that these upcoming high-performance storage units are perfect for tech enthusiasts and professionals. Compared to the previous generation, they can deliver up to 30 per cent more sequential write speeds.

With RGB fans

Anidees has announced a cooler designed for gaming graphics cards. The cooler is built around a rather long chassis and sports three 80mm fans with RGB LEDs. According to the manufacturer, the AI-GP-CL8 should deliver good performance and rather low noise.

Now with reliable data

Valve brings a fix in its survey data collection methods which might have caused a big impact on the AMD figures too. According to Valve, the last few months of data haven't been entirely reliable and we aren't going to do any comparison.

Soon available

MSI has expanded its monitor lineup with another model, featuring a 32-inch VA panel with 2560 x 1440 WQHD resolution. The grey-to-grey response time is 1ms and the refresh rate is 144Hz. Apart from that this monitor packs AMD FreeSync support.

They will be not available in USA and Europe

A few weeks ago, ASRock has finally announced its Phantom Gaming graphics cards lineup. The lineup includes four models and all the cards are based on GPUs from AMD's Radeon RX 500 series. Although we were supposed to see this GPUs during this month, AMD is banning this series from the market.

It is over already

During the last weeks we have talk about the GeForce Partner Program and all the rumors that it has created. Well it doesn't matter anymore since NVIDIA has killed the program. The company put up a blog post today that says that NVIDIA has decided to cancel the program.
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