Intel Skylake Comes in 2015, Brings DDR4 and PCI-E 4.0

Some details regarding the successor to upcoming Broadwell CPUs, codenamed Skylake, has emerged with the leak of an alleged presentation slide. Intel’s future CPUs are to feature an all new architecture and a new socket, moving from 1150. Additionally, it will bring DDR4 memory support to the mainstream market, as well as PCI-E 4.0 for increased graphics and system bandwidth. Read More

Galaxy Releases GTX 760 GC

Galaxy has just released their latest offering for the graphics performance enthusiast, the Galaxy GTX 760 GC. The card is the newest member of their NVIDIA 700-series lineup. It features a custom PCB, a twin-fan quad-heatpipe custom cooling and is factory overclocked. Read More

ASRock Extends Warranty on Top Motherboard to 5 Years

ASRock announced that its flagship Z87 OC Formula motherboards will ship with an industry leading five years warranty. The new mainboard is built around the new Z87 chipset from Intel and is meant to support Haswell processors for socket 1150. Aimed at enthusiasts and overclockers, the board features hardware and software features to allow easy overclocking and stability, dual-stack MOSFETs, enhanced cooling and ASRock’s new waterproof conformal coating. Read More

AMD Unveils Server Roadmap

AMD today unveiled its server strategy and roadmap, giving a hint at what to expect and not to expect in the consumer desktop market. No signs of 8+ cores Steamroller parts on the horizon. Read More

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