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As of now, the PCI Express 4.0 standard has been finalized and officially released. The new protocol promises twice the per-lane bandwidth of PCI Express 3.0, allowing a GPU or other accelerator to transfer up to 64GB/s in a duplex x16 link. It’s also been a long time coming. Initially, PCIe evolved relatively quickly. […]
Bitfenix enrolled in the PSU market a couple of years ago with the Fury Gold units, which had a nice looks and featured quality, individually-sleeved cables but cost a lot, and their FSP platform didn’t offer high enough performance.
Netflix and Microsoft announced PC owners will now be able to stream Netflix in 4K due to the Microsoft PlayReady 3.0 DRM (digital rights management). To do so, Netflix 4K Requires Windows 10 and Kaby Lake Processor as well as a 4K display monitor/TV.
Corsair revealed three additional mid-tower cases–the 570X RGB, 460X RGB, and 270R–to its ATX lineup. The 570X RGB and 460X RGB are additions to the new Crystal Series class; the 270R is the latest case in the Carbide Series.
ORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast memory, high-performance gaming hardware and PC components today announced the release of three new high-performance ATX PC cases. The new Crystal Series 570X RGB and 460X RGB
Qualcomm and Samsung announced that they have collaborated to create the new Snapdragon 835 SoC on Samsung’s 10nm FinFET process.
The ROCCAT Cross replaces the need for separate headsets on PC, console or mobile devices. The Cross is the multi-platform over-ear stereo gaming headset that is with you everywhere.
MSI debuted a new small form factor (SFF) VR-ready gaming PC called the Trident. The new system features 6th generation (Skylake) Intel processors in addition to custom MSI GeForce GTX 1060 graphics.
ROCCAT, a gaming peripherals manufacturer from Hamburg, Germany, will release their second addition of the Suora series (the ROCCAT Suora FX) on December 6.