Today, Marsback launched the all-new Zephyr Pro RGB Gaming mouse. The new Zephyr Pro is a sequel to the original Zephyr introduced in 2020: the first gaming mouse with a built-in cooling fan. The Zephyr Pro is designed to reduce sweaty palms by increasing the airflow from the original design. Available on the Marsback website for $69 and comes in black or white. Below are the press release and product highlights.
Yesterday, UL Benchmark added CPU Profile to their 3DMark Advanced and Professional Edition benchmarking software. CPU Profile runs six tests on the CPU determining 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, and maximum threads to provide a comparative rating to other CPUs. If you currently own a copy of 3DMark Advanced Edition it is currently available as a free update. If you would like to purchase this useful tool you can buy it from Steam for only $4.49 until July 8th, 2021. The press release below has additional details along with links.
Today, Alphacool launched the Rise Aurora 120 mm PWM fan. This high-speed fan features a sleeve-bearing with a rated speed of 2500RPM capable of producing 118 m3h of airflow and 3.17 mm/H2O of static pressure. These impressive numbers do come at the cost of noise as the Rise Aurora 120 mm generates 31.5 dB(A) at its maximum speed. To help control the noise it is fitted with a PWM connector with 0% PWM functionality so your motherboard can tame this beast when its full power isn’t needed. Additionally, it features 20 addressable RGB LEDs to provide a beautiful array of lighting. Currently available on the Alphacool website for $19.45 the Rise Aurora is bound to be a success. Here is the press release from Alphacool.
Nvidia just released its latest Game Ready Driver, 471.11 WHQL, which provides additional support and optimizations for Doom Eternal, LEGO Builder’s Journey, and the latest update to Rust. Support for four new G-Sync capable monitors is included in this patch as well as fixes to known issues. To see if your Nvidia graphics card is compatible with GRD 471.11 continue reading Nvidia’s press release.
Today, AMD launched Radeon Adrenalin 21.6.1 along with FidelityFX Super Resolution, AMD’s answer to Nvidia’s DLSS technology. This latest Adrenalin patch adds support for the new RX 6800M mobile graphics, Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance, and FidelityFX Super Resolution. As usual, they also included fixes for several known bugs. Below are the highlights for the new Adrenalin patch.
Noctua recently released the NH-P1 passive CPU cooler and NF-A12x25 LS-PWM low-speed 120mm fan. The much anticipated passive cooler is designed to cool modern high-end processors using only natural heat convection or typical case airflow using its six heat pipes and loads of engineering. The NF-A12x25 LS-PWM fan is designed to assist the cooler in a semi-passive configuration. The PWM function allows the fan to stop during lower loads or rotate up to 1200 RPM under high loads. At full speed, it produces only 12.1 dB. The NH-P1 cooler is listed for $109.90 while the A12x25 LS-PWM fan is $29.90 and is currently available through Amazon. Here is the press release for Noctua.
G.Skill just announced the Z5i Mini-ITX pentagonal-shaped chassis. This uniquely styled small form factor case features a pair of contoured tempered glass panels enclose the left, front, and right sides, and a dual-chamber design that allows for up to 280 mm of radiator space. Pricing and availability are not yet available. Below is G.Skill’s official press release.
Today, Phanteks released the Glacier G30 Aorus water block for Gigabyte’s Aorus RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 Master and Xtreme GPUs. These full-cover water blocks feature a nickel-plated copper plate with an aluminum backplate for increased thermal transfer. Color options are either black anodized or chrome and the price is $200 and $209 respectively. Read the press release below for complete details.
Today, EKWB unveiled the EK-Quantum Vector Master water blocks for Gigabytes Aorus Master RX 6800XT and RX 6900XT Graphics cards. They feature a nickel-plated electrolytic copper cooling plate and are available in either clear acrylic or a solid black POM acetal. Currently, these are only available in Slovenia and Europe as a pre-order but should hit the rest of the world shortly. Pricing for the Acetal version is $195 while the Acrylic model is $200. Additionally, EKWB is selling aluminum backplates separately for these water blocks and are available in anodized black or nickel-plated. See below for EKWB’s press release.