G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5
Memory

G.Skill Announces Trident Z5 RGB DDR5 Ram Kits

Yesterday, G.Skill announced its latest flagship DDR5 ram, the Trident Z5, and Z5 RGB series. Designed specifically for the upcoming next-generation Intel CPUs, the Trident Z series is well known among PC enthusiasts and overclocking gurus. G.Skill is committed to maintaining the Trident Z reputation by utilizing Samsung ICs, highly regarded for high performance and overclocking ability. Three kits of both RGB and non-RGB will be available by November and have frequencies of 5600 MHz, 6000 Mhz, and 6400 MHz. Capacities are currently 32 GBs (16GBx2) per kit for the initial launch. Pricing has not been announced at this time. For additional details, please read G.Skill’s press release below. Read More

Memory

GeIL Polaris RGB SYNC DDR5 4800 MHz On Sale Now at Newegg

Yesterday, Newegg began listing GeIL Polaris RGB SYNC DDR5 4800 MHz ram kits for $350 before quickly going out of stock. The kits offered are available in red, black, or white and are packaged as a 32GB (2×16 GB) set. Newegg is getting a headstart before the launch of Intel’s upcoming 12th Gen Core CPUs, which should be arriving in the coming weeks. Stay tuned as we will keep you posted as we receive more information.  Read More

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Memory

XPG Overclocks DDR5 to 8,118 MT/s

On Saturday, XPG announced it had successfully overclocked one of its DDR5-4800 MHz memory kits to an astonishing 8,118 MT/s. This marks the first DDR5 memory kit to be overclocked to such a high speed and shows XPG’s dedication to the overclocking community. The XPG ram used to accomplish this great feat featured SK Hynix DRAM modules with the CAS# Latency loosened to 50 clocks. That’s only 8 clocks lower than one of its JEDEC specifications. Below is XPG’s announcement. Read More

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News

Windows 11 Launched Today: A New Era Begins

Today marks the beginning of a new era for Microsoft as it has launched Windows 11. Windows 11 is designed for gamers, developers, and content creators and is offered as a free upgrade for qualifying Windows 10 users and in new Windows 11 PCs. To find out if your system is compatible and eligible for the free upgrade, check out the PC Health Check app.  If you’d like to try it out, the Windows 11 installation media is linked here. Continue reading the complete press release below to see if Windows 11 is right for you. Read More

XPG SPECTRIX D45G Cover Image
Memory

ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D45G DDR4-4400 MHz Review

The XPG product line from ADATA has a new family member in the newly released SPECTRIX D45G DDR4 modules. They’re a strong offering in the RGB memory space with high XMP ratings and budget-conscious price tags. It seems like just yesterday that an XMP rating of 4400 MHz would cost you upwards of $300, and that was without the added RGB element. But today’s review item offers that speed at a super-competitive price point of just $149.99. We obtained a test sample, and we’re going to put this budget memory to the test. Read More

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Cooling

be quiet! Announces Free LGA1700 Mount Upgrade Kits

Today, be quiet! announced a free upgrade mounting kit for socket LGA1700 for several of its existing CPU coolers. To receive this upgrade kit, you simply need to provide proof of purchase for one of the listed be quiet! coolers and either an LGA1700 motherboard or Intel 12th Gen Core-i processor. Once verified, be quiet! will ship the new mounting kit to you free of charge. If you are unable to provide a valid receipt, all is not lost as you can buy the kit for a low cost of $6.38. The official press release below contains the link to participate as well as the list of included CPU coolers. Read More

Silicon Lottery
News

CPU Binning Company Silicon Lottery Shutting Down

For the last seven years, Silicon Lottery seeded the overclocking community with CPU binning and delidding services. As we here at Overclockers.com all know, achieving useful overclocks on Intel and AMD CPUs has become far less productive of late. Add in Intel’s use of soldered TIM rather than a polymer TIM for the past three generations, there just isn’t enough meat left on the bone for Silicon Lottery to help the community. So the owners have decided to shut down operations with the following statement… Read More

Colorful Onebot M24A1 AIO PC
News

Colorful Launches Onebot M24A1 AIO Professional PC

Yesterday, Onebot, a subsidiary of Colorful, launched the Onebot M24A1 All-In-One professional-grade PC. Powered by an Intel Core i5-11400 processor and 16 GB of DDR4 memory, the M24A1 provides all the power of a desktop PC without the clutter. The integrated monitor utilizes a 23.8 inch IPS FHD (1080p) display powered by Intel’s UHD 730 Graphics. MSRP lists for only $759, however, availability is still unknown. Below is Colorful’s press release with complete specifications. Read More

MSI MPG GUNGNIR 110R
Reviews

MSI MPG GUNGNIR 110R Mid-Tower Case Review

MSI is well known for its motherboards, graphics cards, and power supplies, but what about its PC cases? Yes, they do make PC cases. A few weeks ago, we reported that MSI had released many new USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C equipped cases. In turn, MSI has submitted several of these chassis for review. The first in this series of reviews will be the MSI MPG GUNGNIR 110R.  It’s been over eight years since I’ve had my hands on an MSI case, so I’m excited to see what MSI has to offer. Read More