Cherry has teamed up with Corsair to bring the first Cherry MX RGB keyboards to gamers in 2014! We all know that Corsair has been pretty dominate with their line of mechanical keyboard so we are expecting these new keyboards to be pretty awesome.
ASRock has just announced a new gaming motherboard and interestingly enough it is using Intel’s B85 chipset. The board in question is the Fatal1ty B85 Killer Motherboard which features Killer E2200 Series LAN, Gaming Armor, Key Master and XSplit.
It looks like custom-designed Radeon R9 290 and R9 290X cards could launch very close to Christmas or miss it all together and be released in 2014. Custom designed R9 290 series cards are highly anticipated because as we all know the reference-design cooling solution on these cards is not all that powerful and extremely noisy.
Today, MSI reported the availability of the Z87i Gaming AC motherboard and GTX 760 Gaming ITX graphics card which is offering a number of gaming characteristics in the little scaled down ITX structure component.
This is exactly what Intel is trying to do with its new decision to no longer carry on with the production of the the 2.7 GHz Core i7-3820QM and 2.6 GHz i7-3720QM. It has finally been confirmed officially that Intel is going to discontinue these two quad-core Ivy Bridge mobile processors.
As per the report issued by Expreview, MSI is looking forward eagerly to its Gaming Series-which will include the branded cases and cooling solutions. MSI is not entering the market for cases for the first time but it must be kept in mind that the previous MSI cases weren’t able to get their strong hold in the market and hadn’t made quite a mark.
Many of the models of the Radeon R9 200 series graphics card have been modified into Battlefield 4 special editions by Gigabyte but the R9 290 series have been excluded from the special editions range. The most exciting part of this collaboration with Battlefield is going to be the surprise feature of the Origin keys to Battlefield 4 with the graphic cards package.
It has been said that the two new SSDs from Intel, the “Fultondale” and “Pleasantdale”, will be dealing with these issues of heat and power. Some documents have been leaked from the company which gives an idea of what the readied version of the data center SSDs is going to look like.
BIOSTAR has announced the arrival of two motherboards which have been designed exclusively to aid in the setting up of a Bitcoin mining machine. One of the motherboards, the Hi-Fi H81 S2 is going to be based on the Intel H81 chipset featuring the Intel socket 1150 board and the other one is the H61B which is a socket 1155 board.
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