CES is always a great place to find amazing PC Mods and Builds. CES is a place for many companies to showcase their new products and what better way to get attention to those products than to have them inside of a great mod or build. PC Modding has never been bigger and many companies actually commission modders to create builds for CES. It was awesome to see so many mods and incredible builds at CES this year. So without further ado here is our gallery for the mods and builds of CES 2017!
Many people expected a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti announcement at CES, but it did not happen. This might have been due to the fact that AMD did not have a Vega announcement either. Whatever the case is it looks like NVIDIA has selected PAX East as the grand stage to announce the card. PAX East starts March 10th.
Synology Inc. today launched the RT2600ac, a high-speed, security-focused router designed to accommodate the modern home and office. Packed with powerful packages inside an intuitive interface, the RT2600ac delivers robust performance with stable, uninterrupted wired and wireless connections for multiple users. In addition, VPN Plus is officially released to allow users of Synology Router to set up a powerful, on-premises VPN solution.
If you haven’t heard Gigabyte will be replacing their G1 Gaming line with AORUS. This means that in 2017 we’ll see AORUS motherboards and Graphics cards. At CES 2017 Gigabyte was showing off the first ever AORUS graphics card.
The star product that Mushkin was showing off this year at CES was their Helix M.2 PCI-Express NVMe solid state drive. This drive will be the company’s first PCI-Express solid state drive. The Helix is built on the M.2 2280 form factor and is based on the SMI SM2260 controller with 3D MLC NAND flash.
Deepcool turned heads a few years ago with their TriStellar case. Well this year at CES they were showing the massive QuadStellar case! The case has a very similar design to the TriStellar, but as you can guess by the name it actually has four compartments as opposed to three which were on the TriStellar.
We stopped by to visit EVGA at CES 2017. They had their brand new Z270 motherboards on display and we got a chance to learn more about them. EVGA’s Z270 lineup is made up of the Z270 Classified K, Z270 FTWK, and the Z270 Stinger.
LEPA announced the NeoIllusion CPU back in November, but since they had it at their booth at CES we wanted to show it off for you. LEPA is claiming that it is the world’s first controllable RGB CPU cooler. It has RGB LEDS on both sides as well as on the top where the LEPA logo is.
Thermaltake’s Core P series has been very popular. They started with the larger Core P5, went down to the Core P3, and now at CES they have the Core P1 which supports Mini-ITX motherboards.
Hardcore overclockers do things quite different than normal consumers. When it comes to overclocking memory most hardcore overclocking will remove the stock heatspreaders that come with memory. Sometimes when you do that you’ll accidentally pull off an IC. GeIL wants to make the process much easier with their new Dragon Series DDR4 memory.