EK Water Blocks gave us a little sneak peek of their upcoming full-coverage Radeon R9 Fury X water block. When the block launches it will come in two material options, exposed copper and nickel-plated copper and you will have a choice of clear acrylic or acetal tops.
The unbeatable performance of the EVGA SuperNOVA P2 power supply line is now available in 850, 750 and 650 watt versions. Based on the award winning P2 power supplies, these units feature 80 Plus Platinum rated efficiency, and clean, continuous power to every component.
We first reported on AMD’s Project Quantum last week and as I pointed out the unit that they were showing at the event was in fact powered by an Intel CPU. This was sort of odd since AMD makes their own CPUs and is a direct competitor with Intel. Well AMD issues a statement this week to clarify that they will offer both AMD and Intel processor options with Project Quantum.
We have talked about the Intel Compute Stick in the past and it looks like Lenovo is getting in on the PC Stick or Micro PC market with their IdeaCentre Stick 300. This little device manages to fit an Intel Atom processor in a HDMI stick that measures only 3.94-inches x 1.5-inches x 0.59-inches.
AMD has officially launched the Radeon R9 Fury X today! The card we have been hearing so much about for the past month or so is finally here. The card is specifically designed to compete with NVIDIA’s high-end offerings like the GeForce GTX Titan X and the GeForce GTX 980 Ti.
DeepCool has added another model to its TriStellar line, the TriStellar SW. The TriStellar is the case that launched with the CyberPower Trinity and was the talk of CES. The new TriStellar SW features tempered glass panels on its top compartment. This will allow you to show off your hard drives and graphics card.
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., announced the introduction of the U24E590D and U28E590D, the first Samsung UHD monitors with AMD’s FreeSync technology. These UHD monitors offer unprecedented picture quality for gaming, entertainment and multi-tasking activities.
When SSDs first hit the market they were around $8/GB, then it was a big deal when they hit the $1/GB mark. Today many of the SSDs that we reviewed recently can be found anywhere between $0.35 – $0.45/GB. According to a new report SSD pricing could become 1:1 with mechanical hard drives in late 2016. This would mean you could pick up a 4TB SSD for around $150.
AMD’s Radeon Fury X was revealed by AMD last week and someone with access to one (probably review sample) has been showing photos of the card. From what we know this will be the final retail version of the card.
We have only seen performance of AMD’s R9 Fury X in Far Cry 4 and not compared against anything. If you were wondering about performance check out the graph below that shows 4K performance of the card vs the GeForce GTX 980 Ti across 12 games!
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