Today, G.Skill announced the addition of DDR4-4000 CL14 and DDR4-3600 CL14 kits to its highly popular Trident Z Royal Elite Series. These new kits feature capacities of 2x 8 GB and 2x16GB for the 4000 MHz set and will range all the way up to 8×16 GB 3600 MHz kits. While pricing has not been disclosed at this time, availability is slated for later this month. Below is G.Skill’s press release.
If you’ve read our recent memory reviews, then you know we’ve been exploring the performance and overclocking characteristics of Samsung-based dual-rank memory modules. It’s been an enlightening dive down the performance rabbit hole, but the high price of those kits means that they’re out of reach for the average user. So, are dual-rank memory kits only for those with deep pockets? The new XPOWER Zenith kit from Silicon Power proves that you can have 32 GB of dual-rank magic and have money left to spend elsewhere.
Alphacool has just announced expanded the compatibility of its Eisblock Aurora GPX series to include several RTX 3080 Ti models. The Eisblock Aurora GPX will now be available for seven different manufacturers covering a range of eleven new models. Availability and pricing have not yet been disclosed. Continue reading the official press release for complete details.
Today, Phanteks announced the all-white Glacier One 360MPH all-in-one CPU cooler. Adding to the already impressive Glacier One line of coolers, the 360 MPH features a trio of MP HALOS D-RGB fans and, as with all Glacier One coolers, features a 7th-Gen Asetek pump. Pricing is set at $199.99 which places it on the more expensive side of AIOs. They’re clearly banking on its performance and clean aesthetics. The projected availability is early June so we should start seeing them online very soon. Below is Phanteks official press release.
The RTX 3080 Ti has been rumored almost since the release of the ($699) RTX 3080 and ($1499) RTX 3090 graphics cards over 1.5 years ago. The massive price gap was just begging for another card, or two, in the product stack. Fast forward 18 months and it’s finally here. Today we have the MSI RTX 3080 Ti Suprim X (pronounced /so͞oˈprēm/, like Supreme) in hand for review.