Compatible with Founders Edition cards

More than two years ago, during Computex 2016, Phanteks presented its first water cooling products. Meanwhile right after the NVIDIA’s latest graphics cards have become available, Phanteks is ready to add two new water blocks to the portfolio, which are compatible with GeForce RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti graphics cards.


Tailored for high-end gaming PCs

Today appears to be leak day, since a rather substantial leak on the upcoming ASUS Z390 motherboard lineup from ASUS has emerged. While these motherboards are going to be compatible with Intel’s Core 9000 series CPUs they’re supposed to be compatible with the 8th Gen Core processors as well. At the moment the ROG Maximus lineup includes three models but we expect to see an Extreme and/or an Apex model at a later stage.


14 different versions

After the realease of its Vector series GPU blocks EK is continuing to release a bunch of new products. The velocity CPU coolers feature a new design which blends in with the other products which have been released in the recent past.


High-end Intel Z390 motherboard

In the past days more and more rumors have surfaced regarding Intels upcoming new mainstream desktop processors as well as chipset. While the chips are compatible with the current generation of Z370 motherboards, chipzilla is also going to launch their new high-end mainstream Z390 chipset and the motherboard vendors already appear to have a variety of models ready.


Until the end of September

NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080Ti were meant to be available by Friday 21st September, however due to the overwhelming demand the general availability has been moved a few days. If you haven't pre-ordered your powerful Turing card will need to wait an extra week to get your hands on one.


12 models from ASUS

With the launch of Coffee Lake, Intel has finally brought their first six-core and twelve-thread processors to the mainstream market. With Coffee Lake Intel has added Z370 motherboards, however during next week we should see a new wave of CPUs alongside with Intel Z390 chipset.


This time by Lau Kin Lam from HKEPC

Another set of benchmarks on Intel's Coffee Lake CPUs has surfaced. This time it looks like the eight-core Intel Core i9-9900K, which is supposed to make it to market later this year, has been put through its paces running Cinebench R15.



With triple fan cooler

]With the launch of the GeForce RTX series we have seen plenty of custom graphics cards. While at the moment there are mostly custom RTX 2080 and 2080Ti graphics cards, there are finally some more details on the RTX 2070 cards emerging. The upcoming GeForce RTX 2070 Gaming OC has been pictured in detail.


Launching in a couple of weeks

A few months ago, PowerColor has unveiled several pictures of a GPU prototype. The concept was based on an AMD Radeon RX Vega with shortened PCB. PowerColor has been quiet for several months but now the company has unveiled what they’re calling the Radeon RX Vega Nano.


For 2280 form factor SSDs

If these days you want to buy a fast SSD you're going to choose an M.2 drive. Those drives are not just fast, unfortunately some of them also struggle with overheating issues. The logical consequence of that is the different vendors producing heatsinks to tackle this issue. Silverstone has done exactly that and come up with a heatsink for M.2 SSD, which goes by the name ECM23.


For OEM systems only

AMD has released the Ryzen 5 2500X and Ryzen 3 2300X processors, but they are only available to OEM system builders. The Ryzen 5 2500X is now available in Acer’s Nitro N50-100 desktop PCs, which cost 900 Euro, but the company hasn't yet announced availability for other OEM systems. Furthermore AMD has included the Ryzen 7 2700E and Ryzen 5 2600E in its press release, but did not provide any further information.



Affordable gaming monitors

AOC has updated its gaming lineup with four curved gaming monitors, which belong to the G1 series. All the new displays come at reasonable and affordable price points plus the feature a 144Hz panel supporting AMD FreeSync technology.


The launch is coming closer

At the moment it seems that no day is passing by without new rumors on Intel’s upcoming Coffee Lake Refresh processors. Just yesterday we’ve last been writing about overclocking capabilities of Intel's upcoming mainstream processors and today there is new information these chips pricing.


Both with ultra wide format

During IFA 2018, LG has shown a pair of gaming monitors under a completely new sub-brand. The LG 34GK950G and LG 34GK950F are very similarly specced monitors belonging to the manufacturers UltraGear range. They both support G-Sync and FreeSync 2 variable frame rate technologies.



Still high temperatures

The guys over at Elchapuzasinformatico have published an extensive review on Intels upcoming Core i7-9700K processor. The chip has been put through its paces in almost every scenario including overclocking capabilities. Although the CPU comes with STIM (Solder Thermal Interface Material) the temperatures skyrocketed pretty soon.



Capable CPU cooler

With the Fera 3 HE1224 CPU cooler, the company has a new single-tower cooler in it’s portfolio. At a first glance this is a good looking product, which also could even perform well, supporting CPUs with up to 180 Watts TDP.


Might pack 10C/20T

A few months ago, AMD released the second generation of its Ryzen processors alongside a new series of motherboards. AMD has received really good feedback from customers and reviewers and according to the latest rumors the company might be adding yet another big chip.


This time by ElChapuzasInformatico

Another set of benchmarks on Intel's Coffee Lake CPUs has surfaced. This time it looks like the eight-core Intel Core i7-9700K, which is supposed to make it to market later this year, has been put through its paces using Cinebench R15.


Performance on par with AMD Ryzen 5 2600X

Once more benchmark results of an upcoming Intel processors have leaked. This time the Intel Core i5-9600K six core chip has been spotted in the Geekbench database. Overall this seems to be a capable chip as well.



With OLED displays

During the Computex 2018, ASUS first presented its Ryuo series of closed-loop liquid coolers. These all-in-one coolers are based on Asetek design and include RGB LED illumination and a tiny OLED display located on top of the pump.
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