Earlier at Computex 2013 show, Intel launched its Haswell based CPUs and while most of initial batch was based on quad-core SKUs, the next wave of products scheduled for launch in September will bring some new Core i3 and Pentium based models that should effectively replace the currently available Ivy Bridge-based SKUs. The recent listing at ShopBLT, spotted by CPU-World.com, reveals some of the prices for these models as well as some new Core i5 and Core i7 SKUs.
Highest resolution and pixel density so far
LG Display has announced its first Quad HD AH-IPS LCD display for smartphones that will bring a 2560x1440 resolution to a 5.5-inch size which adds up to an incredible 538ppi density making it better and higher than the current leading display found in the HTC One smartphone.
Gamescom exclusive trailer released
As expected and rumored earlier, Blizzard has now officially announced its new upcoming Diablo III Reaper of Souls expansion at Gamescom press conference.
Crystal 680X RGB and Carbide 678C
Corsair has recently launched two new mid-tower cases, the Crystal Series 680X RGB and Carbide Series 678C. Corsair describes the Crystal Series 680X RGB as a high airflow ATX case with RGB lighting, while the Carbide Series 678C is an ATX case that focus on low noise and storage options. Both cases belong to the premium side of the Corsair lineup.
RGB and ARGB options are available
RGB components are rather popular these days and almost every part of your gaming rig is available with or without RGB LEDs. Since RGB sell and sell pretty hard, Fractal has jumped on the RGB train adding a new series of RGB fans. These fans are available in 120mm and 140mm size, with RGB or ARGB LEDs and also 4-pin PWM or 3-pin headers.