ADATA Announces Three SSDs at Computex 2023

With Computex 2023 just getting started, there are several new products to report on. ADATA has developed three new SSDs with its Project NeonStorm leading the way. This Gen5 storage device features a unique hybrid cooler. Also announced are ADATA’s Legend 970 and the SE920 USB4.0 External drive. Keep an eye on the front page for other articles from this year’s Computex event.


ADATA XPG Lancer RGB 32GB DDR5-7200 Limited Mera Edition Memory Kit Review

On Overclockers, we’ve seen ADATA memory kits many times. The XPG Lancer was also presented in the last few months. However, today we present quite an original addition to the DDR5 family – the Special Mera Edition of the already well-known XPG Lancer memory series. The tested version is rated at 7200MT/s, so it’s a new high-frequency memory and not only a cosmetic change. The new ADATA memory series promises excellent performance and high compatibility with a fresh aesthetic touch, bringing Mera – the XPG’s brand ambassador. How it looks in reality, you can find out in our review.


Nvidia Releases GeForce Game Ready Driver 532.03 WHQL

Nvidia has just released its Game Ready driver 532.02 WHQL in conjunction with the launch of the new RTX 4060 Ti GPU. In addition to providing support for this latest graphics card, it’s the game-ready driver for the highly anticipated The Lord of the Rings: Gollum game. There are also several new tools for developers. For more information, please read Nvidia’s press release below.


MSI RTX 4060 Ti Gaming X Trio Review: Ada Lovelace for 1080p is here!

Last week, Nvidia announced the latest additions to their 4000 series/Ada Lovelace-based video cards. The new GPUs hit the scene with a more affordable price point and a bit less vRAM, which is a hot topic of conversation in many forums. Starting at $399 for the RTX 4060 Ti 8GB version and $499 for the 16GB, on the outside looks like a good deal. But you’ll see by the conclusion the value proposition of this less expensive 1080p-targeted card isn’t where consumers want it to be.  Like its older brothers, you get everything that makes up Ada Lovelace, including 4th-gen Tensor cores, 3rd-gen Ray Tracing cores, DLSS3 capability, 8th-gen AV1 encoders, and more.


Nvidia Unveils GeForce RTX 4060 Ti GPU

Nvidia has just announced the latest video card in the Ada Lovelace family, the GeForce RTX 4060 and RTX 4060 Ti. Starting May 24th, the RTX 4060 Ti 8GB model will become available with an MSRP of just $399. Two other models are expected to launch in July, a 16GB version ( $499+) and a base model RTX 4060 (non-Ti) with a starting price of only $299. All three models will include Nvidia’s 3rd-generation ray tracing and DLSS3 rendering. Additional links and details are included in the press release below.

Lian Li

Lian Li Launches P28 Performance-Focused 120mm PWM UNI FAN.

Lian Li launched its first performance-based P28 120 mm PWM UNI FAN. With a thickness of 28 mm, the new P28 can move more air compared to standard 25 mm fans. At the heart of the new UNI FANS are Fluid Dynamic Bearings (FDB) for an outstanding balance of longevity and noise reduction. Additionally, a magnetically mounted 3-speed fan controller allows the user to fine-tune the balance between performance and silence. Available in black or white, each fan costs about $25 and can be purchased individually or in a 3-pack. Lian Li’s press release below provides purchase links and complete specs.


Biostar Announces B760NH-E mITX motherboard

Biostar announced the launch of the B760NH-E mITX motherboard recently. Capable of harnessing the power of Intel’s latest 12th and 13th generation Alder Lake and Raptor Lake CPUs, the B760NH-E is built on the budget-friendly B760 chipset. It’s designed for business use or the casual user that does not have a need for CPU overclocking or massive amounts of USB ports. However, It does feature dual DIMM slots of DDR5 up to 64 GB Memory, PCIe 5.0, PCIe M.2 4.0 (64Gb/s), HDMI 4K resolution, 2.5GbE LAN, USB 3.2 Gen2 Type C, and supports WiFi 6 & 6E modules (No WiFi card included). Pricing and availability are not listed at the time of this writing. Below is Biostar’s press release.


Noctua Launches NA-FH1 Eight Channel PWM Fan Hub

Noctua has just launched the NA-FH1 eight-channel PWM fan hub. Unlike most fan hubs, the NA-FH1 features circuitry designed to provide a more accurate readout while protecting against overcurrent. The hub works with 4-pin PWN and 3-pin voltage-controlled connectors and has a maximum output of 54 Watts when powered by SATA. The Noctua NA-FH1 PWM fan hub is available on Amazon for $34.90.