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It’s the most wonderful time of the year…well, after Christmas and CES — Computex 2014 in Tapei is now underway. Although we wish we had the financial means to bring it to you live (there is always next year!), we’re excited to pass along some product announcements from some of your favorite manufacturers. Up first, we have a variety of products from ASUS, specifically part of their ROG family.

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Corsair is sponsoring a Spring 2014 PC Domination contest, which includes benchmarking and system building for a chance to win some nice prizes. The contest started April 1st and runs until May 5th. Get those creative juices flowing and those benchmarking rigs warmed up!

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In what will likely be one of the last CES 2014 articles, we will cover what NVIDIA had to say as we sat down with a representative and talked about the exciting technology – G-Sync, for monitors and watched an incredible unreleased racing sim/driving game run on three 4K monitors in Surround. We will also show what PowerColor has to done to their AMD line-up to compete with the big boys as well as look at a couple of beautiful new coolers from Be Quiet! Get comfy because it is picture time.

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When you make nearly everything under the sun, there are bound to be some new products to announce for 2014? In the case of Cooler Master, there were plenty of new goodies on display at their suite including cases, fans, coolers and more.

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With AMD and NVIDIA having already released the latest generation of GPUs, there was not much in the way of new video card technology (well outside of G-SYNC) on display at CES 2014. However, MSI showed off two new video cards that definitely caught our attention and of course a few other goodies.

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The next article up in our CES 2014 coverage will include memory and storage vendors as listed in the title. Not a tremendous amount has really changed on this front, except for some product line changes, though we did get to see a functional DDR4 server in front of our very eyes.

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Not to get lost in the CES shuffle, NZXT unveiled the new H440 case as well as the matching Shine 3 mechanical gaming keyboard. In addition to keeping with NZXT’s traditional good looks, the H440 will feature an integrated power supply shroud and four of the new FN V2 fans. The shroud will make cable management a breeze and make for an awesome view from the case’s side window. The H440 should have plenty of room for watercooling and will be available in white/black or black/red.

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Always looking to cater to the computer enthusiasts, EVGA showed us a glimpse of what 2014 holds in store for their new product offerings. EVGA will be getting into the gaming mouse business, and will also offer braided cable assemblies and kits for their PSU line. Let’s have a look at what EVGA was showing off at CES 2014!

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After CES 2014, it’s clear there are enough manufacturers in the gaming peripheral market to support a spin-off, maybe OCGaming.com? That definitely is not an Overclockers.com New Years resolution, so we’ll start with covering some of the new toys we saw this week.

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After our meeting with Thermaltake during CES 2014, we came away impressed with their desire to further penetrate the enthusiast market. Thermaltake showed us several prototypes of upcoming chassis and water cooling goodies they hope to bring to market in 2014. Thermaltake has also been working on a new line of digital power supplies (DPS) and software to accompany them. We also had a quick look at new keyboards, mice, and gaming headsets that should be available by Q2 2014.

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