G.Skill passed along a bit of news this morning in the form of a press release, so we thought we’d share it with our readers.. Always looking to push memory performance to the next level, G.Skill’s first visit to the Intel Developer Forum will showcase their high performance Quad Channel DDR3 memory and give us some insight into their future plans for upcoming DDR4 memory.
Website Xbit Labs reports that upcoming Intel chipsets for mainstream desktop processors will implement support for yet-unnamed “Haswell Refresh” CPU and future Broadwell parts. Other information leaked points to the fact that those new chipsets will not support current Haswell processors, thus effectively making the 8-series motherboards single generation products with no upgrade path.
Whether it’s a motherboard or graphics card, when EVGA adds ‘Classified’ to the name, it usually means their best available option in any given product line. The GTX 780 Classified edition is no different, as it has a higher base/boost clock than any of their other GTX 780 models. Decked out with EVGA’s new ACX (Active Cooling Xtreme) cooler, all the latest NVIDIA technologies, and the promise of performance worthy of the Classified name, let’s get this party started and see what EVGA has in store!
Three weeks ago, we reported that Asus was launching the first two FM2+ motherboards for upcoming AMD APUs. Today, it is Gigabyte’s turn to introduce its lineup of FM2+ motherboards for upcoming Kaveri chips. The Taiwanese manufacturer announces not a mere two boards though, but a full range of 7 products.