Modern games and applications are consuming more system memory than ever before. In recent years we’ve seen an increase from 8GB to 16GB and now even 32 GB is required in some titles for optimal game performance. Today we’re looking at a new 2 x 32 GB DDR4 offering from Team Group. The T-Force Vulcan Z is a budget-conscious product line targeted towards gaming enthusiasts. It was recently expanded to include a density option of 32 GB in a single stick. Team Group is known for delivering excellent price/performance, so join us as we see if this memory meets the status quo.
Corsair has announced the addition of two new Hydro X Series starter kits designed to take the headaches out of custom cooling. The Corsair XH305i RGB and XH303i RGB custom cooling kits include a pump/reservoir combo, CPU block, radiator, hard tubing, fans/fan controller, and includes liquid fill the loop – everything a beginner will need to get started.
NVIDIA released the latest installment in their software package, GeForce 452.06 Game Ready drivers. The newest version offers compatibility for new versions of retro classics like Microsoft Flight Simulator and Tony Hawk Pro Skater as well as the newest installment in the epic WoW series, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
Today, Alphacool announced two new products, the new HDX Pro Air M.2 SSD air cooler and the Eisfluegel Aurora flow sensor. The HDX Pro Air cooler is a solid aluminum heatsink designed to fit single-sided and double-sided 2280 M.2 SSD’s. The Eisfluegel Aurora flow sensor can sense a flow rate between 70 and 300 liters per hour ( 0.30-1.30 gallons per hour) using a 3-pin connector that displays through monitoring software.