The most important show for computer hardware is taking place in Taipei from May 30 to June 2. This year's Computex is the first major one since the pre-pandemic year of 2019 and we've seen big announcements both before and during the show.
The tech world's biggest players -- Nvidia, Intel and Qualcomm, among others -- are all taking part in this year's show, along with PC OEMs such as Asus, MSI and Acer and component vendors like Cooler Master. We'll be covering all the announcements here and we'll have editors on the ground going hands-on with the new products.
RTX 40 Series blower fans are big at this year's show, and we get a first up-close look at Ponte Vecchio.
Power supply manufacturer FSP brings tons of new products to show off at Computex 2023.
ASRock demonstrates DeskMeet and DeskSlim compact systems with AM5 processors, PCIe 5.0 x4 SSDs, and discrete graphics cards.
Steacom's new ZS800 Hybrid SFX PSU takes a fresh design spin on modularity, cabling, and replaceable cooling fans.
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