Posts Tagged: CES 2019

CES 2019: Corsair Launches 3 Gaming Mice, Slipstream Wireless; Demos New RGB Memory

As the hectic week of CES 2019 comes to an end, we take you back to our visit to Corsair earlier this week. We already know Corsair is essentially a one-stop-shop, but what’s more impressive is Corsair’s dedication to advancing the technology in their components. While other peripheral manufacturers are content using current standards in new components, Corsair has pioneered Slipstream Wireless and Capellix RGB/LED technologies. Read More

CES 2019: Patriot Showcases Viper SSDs, Mice and Memory

As meetings start to wind down at CES 2019, we caught up with Patriot, a leader in storage, memory and more recently, gaming peripherals. Despite our exhaustion, Patriot showed us several impressive additions to their already robust product lineup including new memory, gaming peripherals and SSD’s. Read More

CES 2019: Supermicro Shows Off Gaming Lineup and Workstation Motherboards

In a first for Overclockers.com, we had a chance to visit Supermicro at CES 2019 and check out some of their gaming and workstation oriented hardware. Supermicro is better known in the server and data center space but has been making a strong push in the consumer market over the last few generations supplying Intel-based boards for the consumer gaming segment. Read More

CES 2019: EVGA Showcases RTX 2080 Ti K|ngP|n, Z390 Dark, and Nu Audio Soundcard

Continuing CES 2019 coverage on day three (our last full day), we ran into our friends at EVGA who had some pretty cool things to show off. First, we saw their flagship RTX 2080 Ti K|ngP|n card which uses a hybrid CLC cooling solution, the impressive Z390 Dark motherboard adorned with gold plating and a 90° socket orientation, and finally, their first dip into sound cards with a high-end Nu Audio add-in-card. Read More

CES 2019: AMD Reveals Ryzen 3 and 7nm Radeon VII Vega

Today at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, President and CEO of AMD, Dr. Lisa Su made some announcements that we in the enthusiast market have been waiting impatiently for. Aside from mobile Ryzen with Vega graphics and Epyc server solutions which have already been covered AMD revealed pricing and relative performance numbers for their new, first in the industry, 7nm gaming GPU the Radeon VII. Read More