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

Barely one week after announcing its 5GHz overclocking achievement, ADATA released the Spectrix D41 RGB memory. This series replaces the current D40 lineup. The Spectrix D41 16GB retail kits are aimed at high-end X299 and Z370 motherboards.


Very clean looking

Phanteks has announced the Eclipse P300 case in three new color options. PC customization is bigger than ever and it's good to be able to match the chassis with the color scheme of your gaming components. Like for the regular version, the three new variants are available for 59 Euro.


With 1800R curvature

BenQ has added another monitor with a 31.5-inch panel, 2560 x 1440 resolution and 1800R curvature to its lineup. The display comes with an VA panel from AU Optronics and it's supposed to be HDR compatible.


Four kits available

Ballistix has announced their Tactical Tracer LED memory kit, which has been designed and tested in combination with Intel Coffee Lake and AMD Ryzen processors. Each module comes with eight customizable zones and sixteen RGB LEDs.


Featuring 1800R curvature

AOC has expanded its monitor lineup with another model, featuring a 31.5-inch VA panel with 1800R curved display and 2560 x 1440 resolution. The grey-to-grey response time is 4ms and the refresh rate 144Hz. Apart from that this monitor will be available with AMD Freesync 2 support built-in.


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

If you have been following the rumour mill you might have heard of this new ASUS sub-brand. According to some people, this sub-brand has been introduced in order to bypass the conditions of the NVIDIA GeForce Partner Program.


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

During the weekend, AMD has announced four Ryzen processors aimed for mainstream and performance PCs. The lineup includes the Ryzen 7 2700X, Ryzen 7 2700, Ryzen 5 2600X and Ryzen 5 2600. All the four CPUs will be available next April 19. During the next weeks, we will test them as well.


Ryzen 7 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

Today Thermalright introduces the ARO-M14 CPU cooler that features single fin-stack tower design. According to Thermalright, the ARO-M14 cooler can deliver good performance supporting CPU up to 240W TDP. The cooler comes with one 140mm PWM fan.


Core i7-8086K

According to Baidu, Intel is going to launch another high-end Coffee Lake CPU during next weeks. With the Core i7-8086K, Intel might introduce a special processor for the 40th anniversary of the 8086 processor.


One of them based on mini-ITX size

Following ASUS, Gigabyte and MSI also ASRock has unveiled few models based on AMD X470 chipset. The company has added five models: the X470 Master SLI/ac, the Fatal1ty X470 Gaming K4, the X470 Taichi, the X470 Taichi Ultimate, and the X470 Gaming-ITX/ac.


All based on ATX form factor

A couple of days ago, AMD has unveiled Ryzen 2000 series of CPUs alongside with AMD X470 chipset. There are new boards around with the X470 chipset from every manufacturer, and from MSI as well. On following we will take a look at the Dragon Army's models.


Including a tiny mini-ITX model

Following Gigabyte's announcment, ASUS has unveiled five AMD X470 motherboard too. While four models come with ATX form factor, the last one lose some slots and ports to squeeze into a mini-ITX profile. Like with the previous news, we will do a quick recap.


Available for pre-order

AMD has pulled the wraps from its second generation of Ryzen processors. This chips are compatible with current AMD AM4 motherboards as well as with the new chipset AMD X470. Every company has unveiled several motherboards, while Gigabyte go to the market with only three models.


GTX 1080 performance for $250

AMD's next generation mainstream Navi GPU might hit NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 and AMD RX Vega 64 class performance and replace the company's current RX 580. AMD is going to release this card during next year with a price around 250 Dollar.


With 16GB capacity

You like extreme performance memory modules? In this case you'll be happy to know that there are new memory kits from ADATA. The company has added a ridiculously fast DDR4-5000 CL21-26-26-46 memory kit with a total capacity of 16GB (2x8 GB). The Spectrix D41 DDR4-5000MHz 16GB retail kits are aimed at high-end X299 and Z370 motherboards.


With black and red color scheme

A few months ago, ASRock has shown their first batch of socket AM4 motherboards for AMD's upcoming Ryzen processors. Some models have been spotted yesterday and more information on the X470 Fatal1ty Gaming K4 motherboard motherboard has surfaced.
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