GALAXY has unveiled their GeForce GTX 780 Ti Hall of Fame Edition which features a very unique white PCB with an impressive power design that will take overclocking to the next level. This card is so powerful it set a 3DMark world record in FireStrike Extreme with some insane clock speeds using LN2 cooling.
Intel will be launching their Haswell refresh in about a month. The refresh will be compatible with the next generation 9-Series chipset compatible H97 and Z97 motherboards. HardwareLuxx got a first look at MSI’s upcoming Z97 motherboard prototypes at an NDA briefing.
ASUS has published over a dozen images of their upcoming Republic of Gamers MATRIX R9 290X and MATRIX GTX 780 Ti graphics cards. Both of these cards make use of a custom PCB and custom cooler.
The guys over at SilentiumPC has unveiled the Aquarius X90 case and if you can guess from the name it is designed for water cooling. The concept behind the case is to to give you extra space and flexibility for installing advanced custom water cooling loop without any modifications.
NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 750 Ti is not really much to talk about especially when it comes to gaming. Although it is something that the cryptomining crowd should definitely take a look at for its price-performance ratio and low power draw.
Razer has just announced that they have launched their first mechanical key switch designed for gaming, the Razer Mechanical Switch. While the traditional mechanical key switches were designed for gaming the Razer Mechanical Switches has been designed and engineered from the ground up for gaming.
For those waiting for a dual Hawaii-based graphics card you might not have to wait that much longer. ASUS is planning to launch their custom built ARES III Hawaii-based card at Computex 2014. The ARES brand is ASUS’s custom built dual-chip graphics lineup based on AMD GPUs.
The guys over at VideoCardz have published a list of upcoming games to support AMD’s Mantle API. Mantle is currently only supported on a single title right now, which is Battlefield 4. Thief was released last week and while it does not have Mantle yet, it will very soon.
OCZ has just launched their Z-Drive 4500 PCI-Express Solid State drive aimed at Data Centers and commercial use. The new Z-Drive 4500 Series delivers even higher performance in comparison to OCZ’s Z-Drive R4 Series, leverages 19 nanometer (nm) MLC NAND flash, and features a more robust architectural design covering 800GB, 1.6TB and 3.2TB usable capacities.
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