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69 Euro gaming mouse

If you're looking for a new gaming mouse, Corsair might have the right product for you. The company today announces three new models: Ironclaw RGB, M65 RGB Elite and Harpoon RGB Wireless. Meanwhile we have received the M65 RGB Elite and we have done some pictures.



Three models available

Corsair has announced their new Corsair ONE systems. They are supposed, a new lineup of pre-built systems designed to deliver high performance in a tiny package. A few months ago we have reviewed the previous version and it was rather powerful and silent at the same time. The new lineup includes three models: ONE PRO i180, ONE i160 and ONE i140.



With pre-installed waterblock

Zotac has introduced their new GeForce RTX 2080 Ti ArcticStorm graphics card and it comes with a liquid cooling block. Thanks to the full cover waterblock, the card should provide very good gaming performance.



Sooner than expected

Currently the GeForce RTX lineup consists of three high-end models. Meanwhile the fourth model has been announced and it will belong to the mid-range series. The GeForce RTX 2060 is priced at 349 USD and it will be available rather soon.



Most powerful graphics card from MSI

With the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z, MSI is about to add a new flagship model featuring a custom PCB and a custom cooler to its portfolio. Usually the Lightning cards are the preferred cards from extreme cooling enthusiasts or other users who are looking for an absolute top graphics card.



GTX 1160 planned

According to a report published from Expreview, NVIDIA is set to launch GeForce RTX 2060 alongside with a possible GeForce GTX 1160 somewhen next month. This would mean that NVIDIA would keep the GTX brand next to the new RTX brand.



Seven vulnerabilities

According to a security company called SecureAuth, two drivers from ASUS and Gigabyte contain vulnerabilities. These are bundled with tools that companies provide for motherboards and video cards.



With 1800R curvature

Acer has expanded its monitor lineup with yet another ultra wide model, featuring a 34-inch IPS panel with 3440 x 1440 resolution. The grey-to-grey response time is set to 1ms and the refresh rate 100Hz. Apart from that this monitor supports AMD Freesync.



40Kg of cast aluminium

During Computex 2018, In Win unveiled another crazy case. With the Z-Tower, the company adds another case to their Signature series, which has been made entirely out of aluminum.


ROG Micro-ATX motherboard

The ROG Maximus XI Gene from ASUS has been unveiled a few months ago however it was tight in supply and now is available in volume. Since it belongs to the ROG Maximus series, the board comes with a few interesting features.


Slightly faster than RTX 2080Ti

NVIDIA's Titan RTX has been spotted in the Futuremark database, showcasing performance that is similar to RTX 2080Ti. The Twitter user "Death" ha published several performance numbers of hits Titan RTX graphics card. The card has been tested with a water block from BYSKI that also packs a nice little LCD to display stats such as clocks, voltages, and temps.


In a couple of weeks

LG is set to showcase a new range of monitors during upcoming CES 2019. The company will unveil their new "Ultra" series of displays, starting with the 32:9 UltraWide 49WL95 and the UltraGear 38GL950G G-Sync Gaming monitors.


Yeston is a Chinese manufacturer of graphics cards who works with both AMD and NVIDIA. With the Radeon RX 590 Game Ace, the company adds a model to its portfolio, which can be ordered with pink or black color scheme. This is definitely something different from your basic black, silver or red.



144Hz, 1ms and AMD FreeSync

ViewSonic already has a vast portfolio of displays and with the XG240R the vendor is launching yet another full HD model. The 24-inch panel supports 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution at a refresh rate of 144Hz, which makes this particular display relevant for playing fast first person shooters.



Priced at a cheap $2499 US

The NVIDIA RTX Titan is finally here and available with for “just” $2499 US. NVIDIA’s new flagship graphics card is based on the Turing TU102 chip in its full glory, offering even more CUDA cores than the GeForce RTX 1080 Ti, higher clock speeds and faster memory when compared to the RTX 2080Ti. Although this graphics card has been created for AI researchers, deep learning developers, data scientists and content creators, we are sure that some enthusiasts will also use this ridiculously expensive card for gaming.


Flagship Z390 model

Gigabyte has unveiled their high-end Z390 Aorus Xtreme Waterforce motherboard which comes with a pre-fitted AORUS branded monoblock. This motherboard is targeting liquid cooling enthusiasts who want to have all their components water cooled. As you can guess, the only difference between this and the regular model is the monoblock.


A lot of cores for a lot of money

During their "Fall Desktop Launch Event", Intel unveiled the unlocked 28 core Xeon W-3175X processor. This CPU supports six-channel DDR4 memory and clock speeds of up to 4.30GHz out of the box. Meanwhile this processor has been listed online with a price tag of £4'045 GBP.



With Aorus RGB LED RAM

In order to extend their Aorus brand to other PC components, Gigabyte has unveiled a new kit of Aorus-branded RGB LED RAM. The new memory kits come with a brushed aluminum heat spreader with the Aorus logo on it.


Available next month

Seasonic is one of the those power supply makers delivering high quality on a constant basis. The new Prime AirTouch series have first been shown during CES 2017 and it looks like these models are going to make it to market next month.



Some IoT for $30 USD

First announced in September, the Echo Wall Clock looks now pretty interesting coming at an attractive $30 price point. As you can imagine this isn't just your standard wall clock since it packs a few interesting features. Anyway even without internet connection, it looks like a decent 10-inch clock.

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