A prototype of a prototype
Suitable for powerful mini gaming PCs
Optimized for AMD Ryzen 2000 processors
G.Skill has updated their TridentZ RGB memory kit, which has been designed and tested in combination with AMD's Ryzen 2000 processors. When a new CPU architecture hits the market memory vendors usually conduct extensive stability tests before launching their kits and G.Skill is certainly no exception in that regard.
With 16GB capacity
Very clean looking
With 1800R curvature
Four kits available
Featuring 1800R curvature
Ultra high-end AM4 chip?
As you might know, Intel aims to create high-end motherboards using their planned Z390 chipset. This upgraded version of the current Z370-offering expands the chipset by integrated AC-WLAN, USB 3.1 ports and several other features. It looks like, that like with the previous generation of chipsets, AMD will add a chipset with a name rather close to Intel's series.
New identity for AMD cards
Hard to classify
A few months ago Lian Li launched the PC-O12WX, which was a dual-chamber case like the PC-O8 that's been around for quite a while already. Like the previous models, also the new PC-O11 Dynamic comes with an elegant design and the left side panel as well as the front panel are made from tempered glass.
Four models available
Ryzen 5 2600X spotted too
Videocardz has spotted a couple of overclocking scores published on the CPU-Z database of two upcoming Ryzen 2000 CPU series. Although the frequency is rather high on both CPUs, the scores aren't close enough to the current world record. At the moment the highest clock achieved and verified by HWBot is 5.9GHz on Ryzen 5 1600X from der8auer.
Compatible with AMD Ryzen
One of them based on mini-ITX size
All based on ATX form factor
Including a tiny mini-ITX model
Available for pre-order
GTX 1080 performance for $250