With 1080p resolution and 1800R curvature
Based on a high-contrast VA panel
Already out of stock
With up to 1TB capacity
NVMe capable SSDs are growing increasingly popular these days, offering much higher transfer speeds than the usual SATA drive. New markets always offer new opportunities and that on the other hand means that different vendors will launch new products. ADATA is one of those having presented their new SX9000 NVMe SSD.
The smallest is a 1.2kW unit
Although PCs have become more efficient compared to a few years ago, there are still gaming PCs or workstations that require big power supplies. Enermax has introduced its new Platimax D.F. series of power supply units that will be available with 500W, 600W, 750W, 850W, 1'050W and 1'200W of output power, feature modular design as well as a 5-year warranty plan.
More performance for Agents of Mayhem
First MSI X299 microATX model
The X299M Gaming Pro Carbon AC from MSI is a high-end motherboard that comes with a few interesting features. Compared to the X299 Gaming Pro Carbon AC, the upcoming micro-ATX model is a bit smaller but still packs quite a few features. At a first glance the X299M Gaming Pro Carbon AC looks very similar to the bigger brother.
Today we have another build from Singularity Computers for you. In the past we’ve shared several of his builds and as you might know they always look exceptionally good. Like every day we're showing you a very nice build or from one of our modder friends. As always we will show you the nicest pictures of the build and if possible also the specifications here in the news and the full album with all pictures can be found in our Case Mod Gallery.
Up to 64TB NVMe SSD
During the Flash Memory Summit last week, Seagate has shown their latest enterprise SSDs. Seagate is also introducing a new branding strategy to unify their enterprise SSD product lines under one numbering scheme. During the show, the company presented the largest NVMe SSD ever demonstrated with 64TB of capacity. On top of that the drive can achieve insane speeds. Furthermore the company has also shown a bunch of other products.
A bit late to the party
Colorful has quite a few motherboards in its portfolio when it comes to motherboards but that didn’t stop them from teasing yet another model. The new board is going to belong to the iGame series. Since there are already details about the upcoming Intel Z300 series chipset floating around in the web, we believe that Colorful is a bit late to the party with this model.
Might be a prototype
TooliusTech has posted a few pictures of an upcoming RX Vega 56 graphics card, which is - apparently - a custom version. According to the pictures, the card features a massive heatsink with a dense aluminum fin stack, several heatpipes and three fans. Unlike the reference model, this card comes with both 6-pin and 8-pin power connectors.
New score in Geekbench database
We have covered sofos1990 breaking records in the past and apparently the Greek overclocker did it again. This time he pushed an Intel Core i9-7960X CPU to 5.40 GHz using a Gigabyte X299 SOC Champion motherboard and liquid nitrogen cooling. The clock speed was achieved running 102 MHz BCLK and a multiplier of 54. Keep in mind that the scores done on Geekbench v3 and on Geekbench v4 are not comparable on a 1 to 1 basis.
Our overview to it
With the new socket TR4, AMD is going to change the position of the mounting holes. Quite a few manufacturers have already updated their own CPU cooler-series with TR4 retention kits. The delivery of the Ryzen Threadripper CPUs will contain mounting brackets, which are compatible with the following 18 all-in-one water coolers. On top of that all those vendors are soon going to release specific coolers for this new platform.
Based on the gorgeous Lian Li PC-O11 case
If you follow our site on a daily basis you have probably noticed our forum section called "Modding" where you can find countless build logs, projects as well as sponsored mods. Today, we will be checking out yet another project made by our boss Marc. Project Black and Sleek is based on the incredibly good looking Lian Li PC-O11 case.
New record from TheOverclocker
We have covered TheOverclocker breaking records in the past and apparently he did it again. This time he pushed an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X CPU to 5.37GHz using ASUS’ ROG X399 Zenith Extreme motherboard and liquid nitrogen cooling. The clock speed was achieved pushing the BCLK to 107.96 MHz in combination with a multiplier of 49.75.
Available next year
A few days ago, Acer announced that their Predator X27 4K HDR monitor is going to be be delayed until the first quarter of next year. Well, something appears to be going on, since ASUS has pushed back the launch of their ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ as well. Both monitors have nearly identical specifications, while featuring the same panel for instance.
Optimized for AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors
G.Skill has announced their Flare X series memory kit, which has been designed and tested in combination with AMD’s new Ryzen Threadripper processors. When a new CPU architecture hits the market memory vendors usually conduct extensive stability tests before launching their kits. The G.Skill Flare X series offers very solid performance.
4K IPS panel with G-Sync
The first PCIe 3.0 x4 SSD from Corsair
NVMe capable SSDs are growing increasingly popular these days, offering much higher transfer speeds than your usual SATA drives. New markets always offer new opportunities and that on the other hand means that different vendors will launch new products. While the MP500 was the first NVMe drive from Corsair, which featured a M.2 form factor, the Neutron NX500 is now the second drive from the Americans. This time the SSD comes in the shape of an add-in-card with a PCIe 3.0 x4 interface.