Noctua goes low-profile with new AM4 coolers
Published in News


NH-L12S and NH-L9a-AM4 for HTPCs and SFFs

Noctua has unveiled two new low-profile CPU coolers that are actually successors of the earlier available NH-L9a and NH-L12 but now have proper support for AM4 socket and AMD's Ryzen CPUs.

You can buy AOC's curved 32-inch AGON monitor now
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QHD resolution and AMD FreeSync at 144Hz

AOC said that its 32-inch QHD curved AGON AG322QCX monitor is now available in the US, featuring a high refresh rate of 144Hz with AMD FreeSync technology.

Project Cars 2 gets its launch trailer
Published in Games


Reviews are in, coming on September 22nd

With Project Cars 2 game launching on September 22nd and with reviews of the game already live, Slightly Mad Studios has released the launch trailer for the game.

Cooler Master partners up with Overlay.live
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For MasterWatt Maker 1200/1500 PSU MCU access

Cooler Master has teamed up with Overlay.live, an online platform for broadcasters, to provide a solution which will allow users to access and customize data coming from the MCU on the MasterWatt Maker PSUs.

Custom RX Vega 64 coming in mid-October
Published in Graphics


Custom RX Vega 56 even later

According to a report, it appears that custom Radeon RX Vega 64 graphics cards have been further delayed and we won't see them before mid-October, while custom Radeon RX Vega 56 could come even later.

Intel Z370 motherboards do not support Kaby Lake CPUs
Published in Motherboards


Only for Coffee Lake CPUs

As some of the first Coffee Lake samples have reached reviewers it was just a matter of time before someone tried to run a Kaby Lake CPU with the new Z370 chipset based motherboard, and it does not work, at least not yet.

Amazon about to release a set of glasses
Published in Wearables


Alexa on board

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Amazon is about to release a set of smart glasses.

Toshiba names Bain as buyer
Published in Memory

 
18.9 billion price tag

Toshiba’s board has finally flogged its Nand flash memory chip unit to an international consortium led by the US private equity group Bain Capital in a $18.9 billion deal designed to rescue the Japanese conglomerate from delisting.

WikiLeaks reveals Russian spying operations
Published in News

 
Putin running a similar operation to the US 

WikiLeaks, which has lately appeared to be the mouthpiece for Russian intelligence, has suddenly turned on its Kremlin masters.

Huawei gets all cloudy
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Announces its latest plans

Smartphone maker Huawei appears to be getting all enthusiastic about the Cloud market.