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
NVMe capable SSDs are growing increasingly popular these days, offering much higher transfer speeds than your usual SATA drive. A few months ago Plextor unveiled the M9Pe NVMe SSD and now the company is ready to unveil another quick SSD.
Alongside with 905 gaming chassis
At the CES 2019, the chassis specialist InWin has unveiled a couple of PC cases. The firm has recently added PSU, cooling and other accessory however during the CES they have shown only two cases.
Now you can use G-Sync on FreeSync displays
During the CES, NVIDIA announced that it will release support for adaptive sync technologies. For many years, NVIDIA GPU owners have had to rely on proprietary G-Sync monitors to use adaptive sync. It looks like that with latest drivers you can finally activate G-Sync on FreeSync displays.
Dark Rock Slim soon available
CES 2019 is still here and that means it's time for everyone to announce a whole set of new products. During the CES 2019, be quiet! has unveiled new options for cooling your new builds. be quiet! make some of the best CPU coolers around and with the new coolers they made some improvements.
Available for auction
According to a classified document found by AnandTech, Intel is going to put on auction the unannounced Core i9-9990XE 14-core processor between a very selected number of OEMs.
According to latest marketshare stats, Windows 7 is still alive and used by 37% of desktop users. Since Windows 10 is out since few years, Microsoft is going to end "extended support" program in less than one year.
Corsair has a new product in its portfolio, for the first time the company adds a thermal paste. With the TM30, Corsair unveils a non-conductive non-toxic syringe of thermal paste.
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
G.Skill has updated their TridentZ RGB memory kit, which has been designed and tested in combination with AMD's Threadripper 2000 processors. The new module offers DDR4-3466 speeds.
They are cheap enough?
You would expect processors that come with disabled features will cost less than more-capable models. Although we believe that this should be a reasonable point, according to Intel's latest price list the new models come with the same prices.
Alongside with other cases
Phanteks has unveiled several new products at the CES 2019. The new PC cases are based around just two designs but are being marketed with some meaningful variations. Furthermore the company has unveiled a couple of new water blocks as well.
Very clean looking
Antec has announced the P101 Silent Guardian case, which offers support for ATX motherboards and up to eight HDDs. The P101 Silent Guardian is a mid-tower chassis that's been made from steel, ABS plastic and aluminum. Although there is a well-thought internal layout and a very reasonable number of features, the Antec P101 Silent Guardian comes at an attractive $109 price tag.
Carbon fiber everywhere
MSI brought a lot of new toys to the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) this year, like several graphics cards based on latest NVIDIA chips. The company has finally unveiled also the flagship model which will be available in limited edition.
First HEDT Phantom Gaming motherboard[
ASRock has unveiled their X399 Phantom Gaming 6 motherboard, which is one of the vendors first models designed for AMD Threadripper CPUs. As you might know, the Phantom Gaming 6 branding should replace the well known Fatal1ty series.
New case design, peripherals and more
Cooler Master has shown several new products during the CES 2019. For example the company has unveiled four new cases, a new series of power supply, gaming peripherals and more. While for few products there is already an ETA, for others is still unknown when they will be available.
With 750W PSU
A while back PowerColor released Devil Box, the first external GPU case compatible with any graphics card around. With the TBX-750FA, PowerColor offers another enclosure with a different design. Compared to the Devil Box we don't see the edgy styling anymore. Like the previous model, the upcoming TBX-750FA is compatible with several graphics cards.
With modular design
During the CES 2019, be quiet! has revealed a new limited edition chassis for their loyal fanbase, a variant of their Dark Base 700. The Dark Base 700 is a rather small mid-tower chassis that's been made from SECC steel and aluminium. Compared to the regular version, be quiet! has changed the color and added a case badge that numbers the chassis. This case will be limited to 3'000 units.
At the CES 2019
During the show, the company has unveiled a bunch of new products like gaming PCs, peripherals, Elgato devices and even a total white all-in-one cooler. One of the most interesting product that Corsair has unveiled is the new wireless technology which goes by the name "Slipstream".
With new LED design
During the last years, we have seen several products sport numerous RGB LEDs all over the PCB. Although the LEDs are rather small, they still require some space across the board. In order to make things easier and more compact, Corsair is going to use smaller "capellix" LEDs for their upcoming products.