Hard to classify
A few months ago Lian Li launched the PC-O11, which is a cube-shaped dual-chamber case like the PC-O8 that's been around for quite a while already. Like the previous models, also the new PC-O12WX comes with an elegant design and the left side panel as well as the front panel are made from tempered glass.
Based on ATX form factor
The ASUS ROG X370-F Strix Gaming is another AMD AM4 motherboard that should help filling gaps in the ASUS AM4 lineup. So far there are only three X370 motherboards from ASUS, which are the Prime X370-Pro, the ROG Crosshair VI Hero and the ROG Crosshair VI Hero AC. Compared to the ROG Crosshair VI Hero, the ROG X370-F Strix Gaming should be cheaper yet still pack quite a few features.
Featuring 3440x1440 resolution with 1800R curvature
Upcoming MSI X299 Gaming Pro Carbon?
On their official Facebook page, MSI has shown another preview regarding their upcoming Intel X299 motherboard. So far this is the third teaser showing yet another area of another Intel X299 motherboard. Like the previous model the new one features a completely black color scheme with several RGB LEDs.
Sounds too good to be true, right?
It looks like we’re closing in on what appears to be another launch of an Intel CPU lineup. Otherwise there is no way explaining why there are this many leaks surfacing regarding unreleased products. Some forum user from Dutch website Hardware.info has apparently had his hands on an upcoming Intel Core i9 7900X (10 core) as well as an Intel core i9 7920X (12 core).
With 240mm, 280mm and 360mm radiators
Together with TSMC and Globalfoundries
Judging by slides AMD’s CEO, Lisa Su, presented during their 2017 Financial Analyst Day, the company has aggressive plans advancing to 7nm manufacturing process technology. In this context it’s interesting to see that consumer and server CPUs as well as the graphics parts are to adopt the new process within the same time frame.
Ready for GT 1030
That was kind of expected
As we reported yesterday AMD is going to launch their first Vega based cards by the end of June for professional customers and the gaming are cards are to follow in the third quarter - hopefully. What’s not been covered so far is, that it looks like AMD is going to launch a water cooled version of their Vega cards for professionals.
New name for Naples based chips
During their Financial Analysts Day AMD gave insight on quite a few interesting things, such as revealing their new mobile chips as well as the Vega accelerator for professional users. Apart from that CEO Lisa Su has also revealed that AMD is getting rid of the Opteron brand and replaces it with Epyc.
By the end of June
Compatible with E-ATX motherboards
Lian Li has unveiled a new computer case which could be considered a hybrid between a test bench and an actual case. The new PC-T70 is designed to combine both worlds when it comes to testing PC hardware. It can be used as a fully open test bench as well as closed, which should provide results that are closer to a real-world scenario.
During Financial Analyst Day 2017
With a new HEDT platform
HRC High Resolution Computers
By June 5th
Rumors, rumors and even more rumors; AMD could be working on three models on which there are basically no reliable information available so far. For starters AMD might introduce a standard Vega card, then a high-end air cooled model and also a watercooled one. In other words we might see something similar to the old AMD Fury series.
Up to 16GB of HBM2 memory
AMD’s RX Vega GPU has been spotted again. This time it’s been in the CompuBench database, showcasing new details like clock speeds and amount of memory. According to this latest rumor, AMD Vega will come with more VRAM than expected and some very high clock speeds. This new leak matches what was recently revealed in Linux DRM patches.