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G.Skill Conquers 4000 MHz Barrier, Readies Memory Kits For Skylake

G.Skill today announced the release of their new Ripjaws V and Trident Z series memory. Headlining this release is a Trident Z kit offering an impressive out of box speed of 4000 MHz. The Ripjaws V kits will be available in various capacities ranging from DDR4-2133 MHz up to DDR4-3733 MHz. The Trident Z series is also available in various capacities and starts at DDR4-2800 MHz and tops out with the DDR4-4000 MHz kit. Read More

GIGABYTE Hosts Z97 Last Hurrah Challenge

If you own a GIGABYTE Z97 motherboard, there is one more GIGABYTE competition being offered before the next series of motherboards are released. Two categories with four stages of competition are available for both ambient and extreme cooling. Here is the press release we just received, which gives you all the information you need to participate in the GIGABYTE Z97 Last Hurrah Challenge! Read More

Kingston Releases 128GB, 256GB Additions to its Fastest SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 Cards

Today, Kingston sent word of their newly released higher capacity SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3) cards. The cards are said to offer transfer speeds up to 90 MB/s read and 80 MB/s write, which makes them ideal for recording and playback of 4K content. For photography, they will also be ideal for use with D-SLR and D-SLM cameras. Here is the press release received this morning. Read More

AMD unveils 300 series, Fury, Fury X, R9 Nano GPUs, and Project Quantum PC

AMD was gracious enough to invite Overclockers.com to their Club AMD event running along side, almost literally, the annual E3 video game conference. Coming into this, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Something GPU related no doubt, but it turns out it was much more than that. There are some details I am unable to share at this time due to embargos, but AMD and its partners really brought a lot of cool things out to show the attendees. Let’s take a look at a couple of them. Read More

Computex 2015 - Kingston Digital Releases USB Type-C Flash Drive

Kingston has announced the release of a nifty new flash drive that can plug into both standard Type-A and the new Type-C USB connections. The flash drive falls under their DataTraveler family and is dubbed the microDuo 3C. The drives are available in 16, 32, and 64GB capacities and offer read and write speeds up to 100 MB/s and 15 MB/s respectively. Read More

Computex 2015 - G.Skill Showcases Expanded Product Line And Trident Z DDR4 Memory

G.Skill is on the move and will soon make available several new products to the gaming and enthusiast communities. In addition to expanding their DDR4 memory to include the Trident Z series, you can expect to see power supplies, gaming keyboards, gaming mice, and gaming headsets. We received a few press releases from G.Skill about these new offerings, and here they are! Read More

Computex 2015 - GIGABYTE Gives First Look at Upcoming 100 Series Motherboards

It’s never to early for a glimpse at the future right? As such, GIGABYTE passed along a press release regarding the upcoming 100 series motherboards designed to take advantage of the upcoming Intel 6th generation Core Processors. In addition to supporting the upcoming CPUs, the 100 series motherboards will be USB 3.1 compatible as well. Here is the press release as we received it. Read More

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