Computex 2017

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NVIDIA Changes SDR Monitor Settings To Make HDR Look Better

The guys at Hardware Canucks were wondering why the SDR screen looked so washed out, well that’s because NVIDIA had changed the settings to so it would look that way.

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Posted by amiller in All News, Blog, Computex 2017, displays, Hardware News, HDR, HDR Display, Monitors, Nvidia

Raijintek Unveils Orcus AIO

Raijintek unveiled their brand new all-in-one liquid CPU cooler the Orcus at Computex 2017. It has a very unique design and some features that they hope will grab your attention. For starters it is a 240 mm radiator-based unit with two 120 mm fans which seem to be RGB powered and very bright!

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Posted by amiller in AIO, All News, Blog, Computex 2017, Cooling, Hardware News, Orcus, Raijintek

ThinkComputers Podcast #102

In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about all of the new coming out of Computex 2017! Brace yourself it is a long one!

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Posted by amiller in AMD, Blog, Computex, Computex 2017, Core i9, In Win, intel, Noctua, Nvidia, Podcast, Skylake-X, Tech News, ThreadRipper, X299

Noctua Showing Coolers For AMD Ryzen ThreadRipper

So far Noctua is the only company showing off CPU coolers for AMD’s recently announced Ryzen ThreadRipper high-end desktop processors. AMD Ryzen ThreadRipper presents an interesting challenge to CPU cooler makers as the physical size of the processor is one of the largest that we’ve seen!

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Posted by amiller in All News, Blog, Computex 2017, Cooling, CPU Coolers, Hardware News, Noctua, Ryzen ThreadRipper, ThreadRipper

MSI Unveils M.2 RAID Card With Speeds Of 7200 MB/s!

Thought your M.2 solid state drive was fast? Well MSI wanted to make it even faster! At Computex they are showing off a new PCI-Express add-in card that has room for two M.2 SSDs and puts them in RAID 0 for super fast speeds of 7200 MB/s across x8 PCI-Express lanes.

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Posted by amiller in All News, Blog, Computex 2017, Hardware News, M.2, MSI, RAID, Solid State Drive, SSD, Storage

ASRock Shows Off Mini-ITX X370 Motherboard

Gigabyte was not the only one with a Mini-ITX AM4 motherboard at Computex, ASRock actually had two. The one we are really interested in is their X370 Gaming-ITX/ac, which of course is built with gamers in mind. The small board features a black and red design with ASRock and Fatal1ty branding on one of the heatsinks.

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Posted by amiller in All News, ASRock, Blog, Computex 2017, Fatal1ty, Hardware News, Mini ITX, Motherboard, X370, X370 Gaming-ITX/ac

Lian Li Shows Off Alpha 330 Chassis

At Computex Lian Li is showing off a new Alpha range of cases that starts with the Alpha 300. These cases bring a big change to the company. If you didn’t know Lian Li’s managing director and chief designer has retired and left the reigns to his son. His first task is the modernize the Lian Li range to reach a broader user base. The first product with this is mind is the Alpha 330.

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Posted by amiller in All News, Alpha 330, Blog, case, Chassis, Computex 2017, Hardware News, Lian Li, mid tower, PC Case

Noctua Shows Off Compact Socket AM4 CPU Cooler

Typically when we think of Noctua we think of their massive CPU coolers, but at Computex they were showing a prototype of a super-compact, low-profile AM4 CPU cooler. This will be the AM4 version of the NH-L9, we reviewed the Intel version almost 4 years ago.

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Posted by amiller in All News, AM4, Blog, Computex 2017, Cooling, CPU Cooler, Hardware News, Heatsink, Noctua, RYZEN

In Win Shows Off Cases With Wooden Accents

In Win is showing off two new cases at Computex which combine aluminum, glass, and wood to create a very unique aesthetic. The first case is the In Win 806, which has a treated plywood exterior, which is much different than the brushed aluminum designs that we are used to seeing.

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Lian Li Will Offer Raw Copper Liquid Cooling Kit

Lian Li has something very interesting at Computex this year. It was a all-in-one liquid cooling solution, but not just any all-in-one cooler, one with a raw copper radiator. Lian Li will actually be rebranding this liquid cooling solution from Cinsys.

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Posted by amiller in AIO, All News, Blog, Cinsys, Computex 2017, Copper, Hardware News, Lian Li, Liquid Cooling, Radiator