MSI recently reached out to us to see if we would be interested in reviewing its improved version of the Gungnir mid-tower chassis. MSI’s latest model, the Gungnir 120R, boasts a new front panel allowing for enhanced airflow. While the original Gungnir 110R resulted in adequate cooling, MSI recognized that improvements were possible with only a slight facelift. In this review, we will highlight the differences in the new Gungnir 120R while referencing our original review of the 110R.
EKWB is excited to announce its latest product, the EK Loot Mousepad. Most famously known for its high-end water cooling components, EK enters the PC accessories market with its EK Loot Product Line. The EK Loot Mousepad is available in black or gray and four sizes, small, medium, large, and extra large. They feature a low-friction fabric over a 3 mm rubber with edge stitching to prevent fraying. Pricing starts at just $9.99 for the small pad and up to $58.99 for the extra-large and is available on the EKWB website. Below is EKWB’s press release.
ADATA revealed several new products during the METAVERSE Virtual Exhibition which started yesterday and will continue until September 15th. For content creators, the ADATA ACE DDR5 6400 memory modules were announced. Marketed for gamers, XPG announced the XPG ALPHA WIRELESS gaming mouse as well as XPG’s PCIe Gen5 x4 solid state drive. Many more products are slated to be announced at later dates so be sure to follow the METAVERSE event or, at a minimum, our front page for future news articles. To find out more, we have included ADATA’s press release below.
Today, Corsair launched updated models of its highly-popular HX series ATX power supplies. The HX1500i and HX1000i are platinum rated, fully modular, and ultra-low noise with additional impressive features. Corsair’s iCUE software works with the “i” units allowing the user to control fan curves and power settings in a user-friendly interface. The HX1500i retails for $399.99 while the HX1000i is priced at $259.99. For additional information, continue reading the Corsair press release below.
Today’s review presents one of the kits that should satisfy all those who are looking for a balance between low latency, but not necessarily the highest frequency out of the box. The Trident Z5 32GB DDR5-6000 CL30 memory kit offers high performance and compatibility with popular motherboards and promises high overclocking potential for those who love to push the limits.
Alphacool has a new option for liquid cooling enthusiasts that are fans of hard tubing: Introducing Alphacool Carbon Hardtube. These carbon tubes are made from carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) and are available with 13 mm and 16 mm outer diameters. Alphacool’s Eiszapfen fittings are said to work well so no special fittings are necessary. However, carbon is not bendable, so only straight tubes are possible. Pricing is set at $45.80 for a four-pack of 13 mm tubes (each 80 mm long) or $50.89 for a four-pack of 16 mm tubes. Note: When working on the carbon tubes (sawing & filing), it is important to wear protective equipment due to carbon dust. The use of safety glasses, FFP2 masks, and gloves is advisable and work on the HardTubes should only be carried out in well-ventilated rooms or outdoors. Below is Alphacool’s press release.
AMD recently released its latest Adrenalin Edition 22.6.1 driver update. The latest patch includes support for EA Sports F1 2022. Also included in this version are bug fixes for Fortnite and Overwatch and a few hardware glitches. For complete details and the download link, please continue reading AMD’s press release below.