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.
Incompatible with EKWB water blocks without a fix
Two models available
Alongside with MSI X570 motherboard
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.
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
Firestorm is here
Backdoors installed on thousands of PCs
Ready for Firestorm, Anthem, Shadow of the Tomb Raider and Sekiro
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
New revision for the famous twin tower cooler
With 165Hz refresh rate
From ASRock and ASUS