Alphacool has just announced a new CPU water block, the Core XP3 Brass. Based on the popular Core XP³, the XP³ Brass consists of a nickel-plated copper cold plate and brass top. The Core XP3 is also said to be thinner than the competitor’s blocks. Designed for all current enthusiast-grade CPUs, you can be confident that it will fit your system. MSRP is $46.50. Below is Alphacool’s official press release.
ADATA/XPG has just launched the new Hurricane ARGB PWM series fans in 120 mm and 140 mm. The Hurricane series fans utilize a dual-layer blade design with fluid dynamic bearings (FDB) for silent operation and an extended life span. Dual-ring ARGB LEDs provide a fulling customizable lighting display. The XPG HURRICANE ARGB 120mm PWM Fan has an MSRP of $17.99, while the XPG HURRICANE ARGB 140mm PWM Fan sells for $19.99. You can find more information below in XPG’s press release.
Nvidia has just released the GeForce Game Ready Driver 516.94 WHQL. This latest update provides enhanced support for Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, Madden NFL 23, and the Beta release of Super People. Also included is support for newly validated G-Sync compatible monitors in addition to multiple bug fixes. For complete details and a download link, please continue reading Nvidia’s press release below.
Late last week, EKWB launched the EK-Quantum Delta2 TEC CPU cooler for Intel’s latest LGA1700 socket CPUs. Designed for maximum single-core overclocking and better multi-core overclocking than water cooling alone, the EK Quantum Delta2 TEC relies on the Peltier effect to reduce temperatures below ambient. The cost for EK’s latest TEC cooler is quite high, so this is not a cooling solution for enthusiasts on a tight budget. EK is accepting pre-orders now with an expected delivery date later this month. How much is it you ask? Ek expects the MSRP to be around $540 US dollars.
As AMD’s motherboard partners announce their new line-ups for the soon-to-be-released X670 and X670E chipsets, we have created a short “round-up” article to cover the top AIB manufacturer’s releases so far. Below are updates from ASRock, ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI. This round-up will list each of the boards included but will not be a complete list of products as others will be announced at a later date. For up-to-date specifications, please click the links provided in each section.
Popular memory maker GSkill is dipping its toes in the PC case market and announced the MD2 mid-tower chassis. Available in black or white, the MD2 features a tempered side panel, front panel ARGB lighting, and plenty of cooling options. GSkill didn’t mention a price or when these would be on the market. Stay tuned for future information from G.Skill. For more details, please see G.Skill’s official press release below.
ADATA unveiled the ACE series content creator DDR4 and DDR5 memory. The ACE 3600 DDR4 kit features a speed of up to 3600 MHz while the ACE 6400 DDR5 runs at up to 6400 MHz. Each kit is available in 32 GB (16 GB x2) and features a brushed aluminum heatsink. For those looking for a bit more flair, ADATA also released a Limited Edition ACE 6400 DDR5 with bold and colorful ADATA printing. Pricing for the ACE DDR4 3600 is set at $149.99 and the ACE 6400 DDR5 is considerably more at $329.99. Below is ADATA’s official press release.