Alongside with new fans
AMD at Computex 2018 has unveiled the second generation of Threadripper CPU. The new chipzilla will pack as many as 32 core and it will have a TDP as high as 250W. Although a water cooling cooler might be the best choice, be quiet! has immediately unveiled the Dark Rock Pro TR4 which should be able to cool down this big chip. Furthermore the company has added new fans.
Cases, coolers and fans
The German PC component maker be quiet! has revealed several upcoming products in almost all of the company's product categories. The company has unveiled Silent Base and Dark Base series, CPU cooler for AMD Threadripper, new fans and capable power supplies. In the following we will talk about cases and in another news you will find more details about the other products.
Coolant, fans and prototypes
Like many other manufacturers, EK Water Blocks has shown several upcoming products and unnamed prototypes at Computex 2018. The company has unveiled two series of fans, a new waterblock and a not abrasive coolant. Furthermore in the future we might see a revised all-in-one as well as a cold plate for Intel CPUs.
Keyboards and gaming chair lineup
For ATX cases
During the past months, we have seen several gaming cases with vertical PCIe bracket support. However, one of the biggest problems with vertical graphics card mounting kits is that the GPU sits very close to the side panel. In this way the airflow is very limited and the GPU tends to run a bit hot. For this reason, CableMod has releaved a mounting kit that should avoid this issue.
Fix DisplayPort issue too
NVIDIA has issued a firmware update that fixes some issues with DisplayPort 1.3 / 1.4 monitor connectivity and enables the latest features over the same interface. With this fix, you will not see anymore blank screens, system hangs and bootloop with DisplayPort cable plugged in. The update also readies GeForce owners for HDR G-Sync gaming monitors.
A 13K £ system
Thanks to AMD
Six more cases
A little gem
A few days ago, Intel launched their Core i7-8086K to mark the 40th Anniversary of their 8086 chip that started the x86 revolution and meanwhile there are already a couple of impressive overclocking results on HWBOT. At the moment in the first place we find the german overclocker "Der8auer" who was able to achieve a monstrously high 7'243 MHz. Although the frequency might look pretty high, it didn't break any record yet.
Another Signature product
Updated version of 303
During the Computex we have written countless news about RGB motherboards, fans, coolers and even cables. InWin has unveiled a new RGB case too, but this time we aren't talking about RGB LED but RGB pixels. The company has placed several RGB pixels on the front which can be used to create animated images.
In collaboration with Phanteks
With MSRP price set at $449 USD
Second EVGA X299 mATX available
With in-house mechanical switches
Cooled down with a water chiller
During Intel's Computex 2018 keynote the company presented an almost unbelievable product demo. The monstrous PC was accomodating inside an Intel 28 core 56 thread HEDT processor running at 5GHz on all processing cores. Finally, we have some more details on this processor and also the cooling setup, which was everything but common.