Today, Biostar announced its RGB Gaming X series DDR4 ram. The new sticks are available as a single 8 Gb module or as a 16 Gb (2×8 Gb) kit with speeds of 3200 MHz or 3600 Mhz. Biostar’s RGB Sync software controls the RGB strips. Pricing has not been announced yet. Below is Biostar’s official press release.
We saw a couple of weeks ago NVIDIA released the GTX 1080 Ti which we had a chance to review. From that review we concluded it was a beast of a card, even in its Founders Edition form. Truth be told, its the closest thing to a single GPU solution at 4K resolution with high settings we have, and at a more reasonable price than the Titan XP or Xp or… whatever the new one is called. As with nearly every GPU released, the AIB’s get in the game giving us their take. MSI sent us the GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X 11G to review. They have updated their Twin Frozr cooling solution as well as better goodies on the PCB to deliver a quieter and better performing version of the FE 1080 Ti. Read on below to see how it shapes up!