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What we know so far?

The fourth generation of the Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) motherboard interface is right around the corner since AMD is going to adopt it with the upcoming series of motherboards and processors. The new standard will double the bandwidth available to graphics cards, hard drives, SSDs, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet cards.



43-inch display with 4K and 144Hz

During Next@Acer, Acer has unveiled several new products regarding their Predator series of products. During the show, the company has presented gaming peripherals, several laptops and a big Predator monitor (called CG437KP) that blurs the line between a television and a display. All the upcoming products should become available during the next months.



New series

ASRock with the Z390 motherboards have refreshed the portfolio quite a bit. For example we have seen for the first time the Phantom Gaming series of motherboards which replaced the Fatal1ty series. Furthermore the company adds the Steel Legend series.



Incompatible with EKWB water blocks without a fix

Find a different or revised PCB designs isn't so uncommon and most of the times go unnoticed. However ASUS has changed the PCB design of one of their flagship graphics card introducing some compatibility issues. According to EKWB, the new PCB design isn't fully compatible.


Two models available

Udoo has announced that they are going to ship the first Bolt Ryzen SoC powered computers to its Kickstarter backers. If your order number is below 300, you might put your hands on the Bolt quite soon.


Alongside with MSI X570 motherboard

It's not a secret that AMD is expanding its Ryzen desktop processor lineup during Q2 2019. Furthermore the company will release another motherboard chipset called X570. According to latest rumors AMD will release the new platform during the upcoming Computex 2019.


Featuring RGB LEDs

EKWB is ready to show a new capable water blocks compatible with the ROG Dominus Extreme motherboard and Intel Xeon W-3175X processor. This series will apparently add water cooling to both the CPU and the VRM sections. While the EK-Velocity WS takes care of the CPU, the EK-VRM ASUS ROG Dominus Extreme cool down the VRM area.


Once again

Almost one year ago, Apple released new MacBook systems with third generation Butterfly keyboards. The main difference between the second and third generation was a small silicon membrane placed above each of their keys. This addition was supposed to make keys quieter than their predecessors.


Single slot solution

EK Water Blocks have announced that their EK Vector RTX Titan water block is going to be soon available. According to Slovenian liquid-cooling specialist, the EK Vector RTX Titan water block has been designed specifically for the Titan RTX owners. The company noted that the block is compatible with some unspecified GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards as well.


Up to 2TB capacity

NVMe capable SSDs are growing increasingly popular these days, offering much higher transfer speeds than your usual SATA drive. This is why Patriot unveiled the new Viper Gaming NVMe PCIe drives, let’s check them out.


New BIOS

Several motherboard manufacturers like ASRock, ASUS and Gigabyte, have already started rolling out BIOS updates for Intel 300-series motherboards to accommodate Intel's upcoming 9th-generation Core processors with the R0 stepping.



Firestorm is here

DICE has finally launched its Firestorm battle royale mode on all platforms. This big update comes four months after the official launch of Battlefield V.



17 displays

Back in January, NVIDIA announced that it would be updating its GPU drivers to support more FreeSync displays. In other words, GPU users can switch G-Sync on any adaptive sync display.



Backdoors installed on thousands of PCs

When we talk about PCs, we all know that it's hard to have a true security. During the last few hours, Kaspersky said that hackers were able to install backdoors on tens of thousands of PCs by pushing out firmware updates through ASUS' own Live Update software.



Ready for Firestorm, Anthem, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Sekiro

NVIDIA has released their first Game Ready Driver of March, offering "Game Ready" optimisations for Battlefield V Firestorm which is available since yesterday. Furthermore they come with optimisations for Anthem, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.



In upcoming ASUS laptops

According to the latest rumor from Apisak, the upcoming ASUS FX505DU, GU502DU and GU502DV gaming laptops might feature NVIDIA Turing chip. While this isn't such a big surprise, these notebooks might feature an AMD Picasso APUs. This seems like an odd combination but there are several 3DMark reports around.



Turn your Radeon VII into a single-slot monster

EK has officially unveiled their full cover water block for the AMD Radeon VII graphics card. This is very good news for professional users and gamers alike, since the water block will transform the card in a single-slot monster.



New revision for the famous twin tower cooler

Today Thermalright introduces the Silver Arrow IB-E Extreme CPU cooler that features dual fin-stack tower design. According to Thermalright, the Silver Arrow IB-E Extreme cooler can deliver good performance supporting CPU up to 320W TDP. The cooler comes with two 140mm PWM fans.


With 165Hz refresh rate

ASUS has updated their gaming monitor lineup with a new display which goes by the name Swift PG278QE. This monitor sports a 27-inch panel with 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution.


From ASRock and ASUS

According to latest rumors, AMD Zen 2 processors are just around the corner and we should see a new generation of motherboards as well. As you might know with X570 chipset, AMD will introduce PCIe 4.0 lanes alongside with several optimization tweaks and efficiency increases.

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