Leaked information has appeared on the internet with first detailed information on the upcoming Nvidia Kepler (GeForce 600) series graphics cards, which are set to release in April/May time frame.
In a leaked slide, we may have a reasonable picture of the pending launch dates for the Radeon HD 7000 series GPUs.
Other World Computing (OWC) has introduced two news SSDs in its lineup: the Mercury Enterprise Pro 6G series and 480 GB Mercury Aura Pro Express 6G.
Corsair quietly released its new individually sleeved modular cables for select Corsair PSU via a Facebook posting.
During CES 2012, Mushkin and OWC showed off their PCI-Express SSDs, which are set to compete against OCZ Technology's RevoDrives.
In a move to address AMD's Radeon HD 7970's performance, Nvidia looks to have pushed its scheduled release of the GTX 680 to February over from the previously planned March/April to go along with Ivy Bridge's release.
With Cedar Trail being released in 2012, we get a look at the next phase for the Atom processors, which includes a quad-core model.
Thermaltake has announced the release of its new Frio Extreme CPU Cooler, which made its first appearance earlier this year at Computex Taipei.
Crucial has announced the release of its Adrenaline SSD Cache Solution designed to be used as a cache drive along with a standard mechanical hard drive.
You ask for more graphics power, well Asus ROG's Andre Yang shows off the power of a quad-CrossFireX Radeon HD 7970 setup, which captures not one, not two but five "unofficial" world records.
With the HD 7970 set to release this month and HD 7990 & HD 7950 shortly after, we get our first leaked information on the HD 7770. It is the first upgrade to this series since the HD 5770 with the HD 6770 being a re-branded HD 5770.
Genesys Logic claims that it will exhibit the world's first USB 3.0 Isochronous webcam controller chip GL3620 at CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
TechPowerUp received a "leaked" presentation that allegedly details Intel's Sandy Bridge-EP platform, along with early performance numbers.
Over the holiday weekend, details were leaked on the upcoming release of the AMD Radeon HD 7950 and the massive dual-GPU flagship Radeon HD 7990.
We get an early price listing for Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, and compared them to similar current generation Sandy Bridge processors.