Gigabyte has recently unveiled two mid-grade gaming laptops equipped with AMD’s Ryzen 5000-series mobile CPUs and Nvidia’s 30-series mobile GPUs. They have been named A5 and A7 and the latter features a Ryzen 9 5900HX mobile processor and RTX 3070 laptop GPU. Specifications on the A5 are still unknown but should be available soon. More information and specs can be found below in Gigabyte’s press release as well as the link to the Gigabyte website.
Gigabyte has just announced the release of its new AORUS Gen4 7000s Prem M.2 2TB SSD with sequential read speeds of up to 7 GB/s and write speed up to 6.85GB/s. This is made possible due to its large dual heat pipe cooler and a Phison eight-channel 4th Gen E18 controller. Naturally, to reach these speeds you will need one of AMD’s X570/B550 or Intel’s Z590 / B560 / Z490 / H470 motherboards (with a Rocket Lake-based CPU). Pricing is not available at this time. Here is Gigabytes’ official press release.
Today, Biostar announced its RGB Gaming X series DDR4 ram. The new sticks are available as a single 8 Gb module or as a 16 Gb (2×8 Gb) kit with speeds of 3200 MHz or 3600 Mhz. Biostar’s RGB Sync software controls the RGB strips. Pricing has not been announced yet. Below is Biostar’s official press release.
Recently, GeIL announced the Polaris RGB DDR5 high-performance gaming memory. DDR5 memory starts at 4800 MHz CL40-40-40 at 1.1v and GeIL has plans for multiple kits up to 7200 MHz CL36-44-44 with and without RGB. Availability is expected for the fourth quarter of 2021 but pricing has not been disclosed yet. Here is GeIL’s press release.
MSI was kind enough to send Overclockers.com a sample of the Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless mouse for review in advance of today’s release date. This model expands on the current Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wired mouse which was well-received by reviewers, but consumers wanted more. So MSI responded with this wireless version. In this review, we will cover all the features of this latest offering and determine if the MSI Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless mouse is right for you.
Yesterday, Nvidia released its latest Game Ready 466.47 WHQL Driver. This update provides Nvidia GPUs with support for Days Gone, Knockout City, and several others. Additionally, it adds DLSS capability to multiple titles such as AMID EVIL, Aron’s Adventure, Everspace 2, and No Man’s Sky. For more information, please continue reading Nvidia’s Release Highlights.
AMD’s Radeon Adrenalin Software received another update this week. Update 21.5.2 will provide support for Days Gone and Microsoft DirectX 12 Agility SDK & Shader Model 6.6 as well as several fixes for user-reported issues. Complete details and download links are provided in the press release listed below.
Today on the review table is the XPG Starker. A compact and versatile mid-tower chassis. While it is the smallest case offered by ADATA’s gaming division, XPG, there is still plenty of space for a multitude of components and various configurations. This is due to intelligently designed features and multipurpose plates included with the Starker. We will get into that and much more as we take a deep dive into what makes the XPG Starker so special.
Corsair has just announced the Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT gaming headset. This new top-of-the-line headset simultaneously connects via Slipstream Wireless and Bluetooth technologies for unrivaled dual wireless connectivity. It also features Dolby Atmos 3-D spatial audio covering a frequency range from 20 Hz to 40,000 Hz. The Corsair Virtuoso XT Wireless is available right now on the Corsair website for $269.99. Continue reading Corsair’s press release below for additional information.