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CES 2014: Patriot, Mushkin, ADATA, Corsair and Kingston Recap

The next article up in our CES 2014 coverage will include memory and storage vendors as listed in the title. Not a tremendous amount has really changed on this front, except for some product line changes, though we did get to see a functional DDR4 server in front of our very eyes. Read More

NZXT Announces H440 Case and Shine 3 Gaming Keyboard

Not to get lost in the CES shuffle, NZXT unveiled the new H440 case as well as the matching Shine 3 mechanical gaming keyboard. In addition to keeping with NZXT’s traditional good looks, the H440 will feature an integrated power supply shroud and four of the new FN V2 fans. The shroud will make cable management a breeze and make for an awesome view from the case’s side window. The H440 should have plenty of room for watercooling and will be available in white/black or black/red. Read More

CES 2014: New Gaming Peripherals from FEENIX and ROCCAT

After CES 2014, it’s clear there are enough manufacturers in the gaming peripheral market to support a spin-off, maybe OCGaming.com? That definitely is not an Overclockers.com New Years resolution, so we’ll start with covering some of the new toys we saw this week. Read More

CES 2014: Thermaltake Continues to Expand Enthusiast Level Products

After our meeting with Thermaltake during CES 2014, we came away impressed with their desire to further penetrate the enthusiast market. Thermaltake showed us several prototypes of upcoming chassis and water cooling goodies they hope to bring to market in 2014. Thermaltake has also been working on a new line of digital power supplies (DPS) and software to accompany them. We also had a quick look at new keyboards, mice, and gaming headsets that should be available by Q2 2014. Read More

CES 2014: VisionTek Unleashes Liquid Cooled R9 290 Graphics Card

After fading from the enthusiast market over the past few years, VisionTek is back in a big way with the release of a watercooled R9 290 video card. Dubbed the CryoVenom, this GPU is the first and thus the fastest custom-built liquid cooled R9 290 on the market. The waterblock and backplate were custom-designed by EKWB, exclusively for VisionTek. Read More

CoolClouds Announces a New Class of Heatsinks

CoolClouds, a US-based cooling company founded by a Georgia Tech professor and a former manager of a thermal research group at Intel Labs, wants to turn the world of PC cooling upside down. In Q1 2014, CoolClouds plans to begin production on its first consumer product, SuprCool PC. The cooler is aimed squarely at overclockers and gamers aiming for the very best thermal performance. They claim the hybrid water/air heatsink will be the first on the market to cool down 300w. Read More

AMD 2013 Holiday Season Game Bundle

Hot on the heels of their graphics card launches, AMD is announcing a new bundle for the upcoming holiday season. Starting today (11/13), when you buy any R9 series graphics card, you will receive a free copy of Battlefield 4. Read More

AMD Announces A10-6790K APU Release

AMD held a brief press conference Monday morning to announce availability of the new A10-6790K Richland APU. The A10-6790K APU comes in at 4.1 GHz base clock and 4.3 Ghz max turbo core. The only difference specifications wise from the A10-6800K is a 100 MHz drop in core speed and support for 1866 MHz memory versus 2133 MHz its bigger brother offers. On the graphics end, the A10-6790K offers the same HD 8670D iGPU as the flagship A10-6800K. Read More

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