The Siberia v2 Heat Orange Edition features a distinctive color scheme and illumination but is otherwise identical to the standard Siberia v2 headset.
Intel’s 530 series SSDs will feature 20 nm MLC NAND and will be available in a variety of capacities and form factors.
According to a purported Intel Xeon Processor Roadmap Plan for HPC, the 14 nm “Skylake” architecture will support DDR4, PCIe 4.0 and SATA Express.
The EK-SF3D Triple Point Evo – Uni is a universal adapter plate for the EK-SF3D Triple Point EVO memory LN2 evaporation cooler.
Two additional AMD “Richland” APUs, the A8-6500T and A10-6700T, have surfaced on MSI’s CPU compatibility list.
The Biostar Hi-Fi A85W 3D is a socket FM2 motherboard that integrates the company’s in-house “Hi-Fi 3D” audio technology.
DirectX 11.2 promises to bring a host of new features such as the new "Tiled Resources" technique that will (unsurprisingly) be exclusive to the Xbox One and Windows 8.1.
The EVGA X79 Dark is a re-imagination of the company’s X79 platform and is intended to be a “landmark platform for PC enthusiasts everywhere.”
The Thinkpad Wireless Trackpoint Keyboard features an 89 key layout with TrackPoint, Bluetooth and NFC Connectivity.
4Gamer.net has reported that the budget oriented Zotac GT 630 Zone edition and Zotac GT 640 GPUs will feature Nvidia’s GK208-301 “Kepler” core.
The Scythe Kaze Chrono fan controller is designed for 5.25-inch drive bays and features a brick-matrix LCD panel.
The ADATA SX2000 is an enterprise class SSD that offers 1600 GB of storage and read / write speeds of up to 1.8 GB/s.
The Super Talent UltraDrive MX3 is a highly durable solid state drive that includes a SATA III interface and is available in capacities ranging from 64 GB to 512 GB.
The Seasonic SS-1200XP3 features an 80 Plus Platinum certification, a 1200 W capacity and fully modular design.
The Radeon HD 8970 will reportedly feature a 28 nm Curacao XT architecture, a base clock of 1000 MHz and a cut down version of the Radeon HD 7990’s cooler.
FSP, the retail brand of PSU OEM Fortron Electronics, has launched a range of new 80 Plus Platinum PSUs.
Enermax’s new ETS-T40 CPU coolers are fully compliant with Intel’s 4th Generation Processors and feature a unique Thermal Conductive Coating.
The Akasa CobraPower PSUs feature a partially modular design and will be available in 650 W, 750 W and 850 W variants.
NZXT’s new H230 enclosure aims to continue the “legacy of the H series” in a “smaller, affordable package for all.”
Gigabyte’s GV-NTITAN-6GDB bundle will include the company’s WindForce 450 W coolers as a DIY upgrade with select batches of reference design GTX Titans.
The Super Flower Leadex Platinum is a 1000 W fully modular PSU that is the first consumer grade PSU to achieve an 80 Plus Platinum certification.