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AMD Radeon RX 480 to cost just $199, new naming scheme confirmed May 31, 2016 - 23:20
Digital Storm crams Core i7-6950X and GTX 1080 into 34-inch AiO PC May 31, 2016 - 20:33
ThermalTake shows stunning prototype of The Tower case May 31, 2016 - 18:53
Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G gets the RGB LED lighting treatment May 31, 2016 - 18:46
ThermalTake Riing 12 LED RGB features controllable lighting May 31, 2016 - 18:41
Tt eSPORTS Ventus Z has 11000dpi sensor and RGB LEDs May 31, 2016 - 18:38
ASUS preps 24.5-incher with 240Hz refresh rate May 31, 2016 - 18:32
CRYORIG and NZXT team up to make first software-controlled RGB LED heatsink May 31, 2016 - 16:54
ASUS motherboards getting support for 3D printable parts May 31, 2016 - 16:19
Intel Apollo Lake coming later this year May 31, 2016 - 16:13
GeIL EVO X DDR4 has Hybrid Independent Light Module May 31, 2016 - 16:02
Back to basics with the ROCCAT Suora mechanical keyboard May 31, 2016 - 15:20
Noctua boards the RGB LED train with Project Chromax May 31, 2016 - 14:40
Will AMD show Zen at its press conference later today? May 31, 2016 - 14:23
Windows 10 beats Windows 7 in North America (and other parts of the world) May 31, 2016 - 14:01
Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition Broadwell-E CPUs arrive May 31, 2016 - 13:28
Patriot Viper DDR4 SODIMM ships next month May 31, 2016 - 13:16
Patriot Spark SSD starts at 20.5 cents per gigabyte May 31, 2016 - 12:36
ARM presents Cortex-A73 and Mali G71 details May 30, 2016 - 17:31
ASUS Zenbo robot provides companionship May 30, 2016 - 16:16

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Intel Core I7 6950X Extreme Edition Broadwell-E CPU May 31, 2016 - 12:18
Intel Broadwell-E i7-6950X & i7-6900K processors May 31, 2016 - 12:18
Intel Core i7 6950X Broadwell-E (10-core) CPU May 31, 2016 - 12:18
Intel Core i7-6950X Extreme Edition 10-Core CPU: Broadwell-E Arrives May 31, 2016 - 12:17
AMD Athlon X4 845 CPU May 31, 2016 - 12:17
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Posted on Tuesday, May 31 2016 @ 23:20:10 CEST by
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WSJ seems to have scored an exclusive about AMD's upcoming Polaris video cards. The paper heard straight from AMD that the company's new Polaris-based video card will cost just $199, less than half the price comparable video cards are currently sold for:
“Less than 1% of PC users have systems that are capable of doing VR,” said Raja Koduri, senior vice president and chief architect of AMD’s Radeon technologies group. “The entry point is very, very high.”

AMD said its new Radeon RX cards, certified for use in VR by HTC and Oculus VR, deliver performance equivalent to that of $500 graphics cards used for VR.
It certainly seems like a very bold move as the very low pricing is definitely a shocker. The piece also confirms AMD is adopting a slightly different naming scheme. Under the previous naming scheme, the card would be launched as Radeon R9 480 but AMD decided to switch to Radeon RX 480.

Posted on Tuesday, May 31 2016 @ 20:33:26 CEST by
The new Aura All-in-One PC from Digital Storm comes as close to magic as it gets, it's a 34-inch All-in-One gaming PC with very impressive specifications. Pricing starts at $1,999 for a system with the Intel Core i5-6500 processor and GeForce GTX 960 video card, but if you have $4,998 to spare you can get the version with the Core i7-6950X and GeForce GTX 1080 video card! Pretty amazing work, you check out the configurations over here.
Aura spawns a new class of high-performance PCs by replacing the traditional bulky tower for an elegant form factor that saves valuable desk space and eliminates clutter. Experience an immersive gaming experience in a slim AIO form factor.

Thanks to an innovative internal design, the graphics card, memory, storage, processor, and even motherboard are all based on standard off-the-shelf components that can be replaced or upgraded by users. Aura is not only a great day one purchase but also a system that users will enjoy for years, even through multiple upgrade cycles.
Digital Storm Aura

Posted on Tuesday, May 31 2016 @ 18:53:54 CEST by
ThermalTake teamed up with Mathieu Heredia from WaterMOD France to create The Tower, a stunning case that offers a panoramic view of the hardware, lots of expansion room and amazing cooling ability. A prototype of the case is on display at Computex and ThermalTake promises it will turn the concept into a mass-production case.
Thermaltake, a leading brand in the Case MOD market, chassis, power supply units, and thermal solutions, today officially unveiled the completed prototype of Project The Tower at the COMPUTEX opening ceremony. Project The Tower is a casemod collaboration between Thermaltake and original creator Mathieu Heredia and co-owner of WaterMOD France. Mathieu Heredia who is also the runner-up in the 2015 Thermaltake CaseMOD Invitational Season 2, was invited to give a speech on the collaboration.

“Every time I mod, I try to do something different from my other friends and modders. When I was invited to the Thermaltake’s CaseMOD competition, I completely rethought the Core X9. I wanted to build fully functional case with a unique design, and in the end I created Project The Tower. I was surprised when Thermaltake recognized the spirit of this project, and was even more shocked when they decided to mass produce it. Thank you Thermaltake for making my dreams come true. I hope that this design collaboration will be a great success!” expressed Mathieu Heredia.

Project The Tower and the Core Series have a similar product value, of creating a practical yet extraordinary chassis. Embracing the Casemod movement and Mathieu’s modding spirit, Thermaltake is determined to turn Project The Tower from a concept to a commodity where everyone can enjoy. This collaboration sets a new milestone for Thermaltake.

Commenting on the joint project, Kenny Lin, President and CEO of Thermaltake said, “At Thermaltake, we have positioned ourselves as a key player in the Casemod market. We are always on the lookout for modding enthusiasts whose spirit is consistent with our company values. It is a great honor for us to announce our strategic cooperation with Mathieu and Watermod France. We complement each other, and share the same values of Excellent Quality, Unique Design, Diverse Combinations and Boundless Creativity, to provide a high performance PC product for every enthusiast.”

Mathieu will come to Thermaltake Booth (Booth No. M110) at COMPUTEX and demonstrate his modding skills on stage at 10 am on the June 1st. Thermaltake Project the Tower will be be available soon, and is on display at the COMPUTEX Taipei 2016, during May 31st (Tue) – June 4th (Sat) 2016 in TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall (4th floor, booth number M110); we look forward to your visit!

Main Features of Project The Tower:

Integrated with the Design Ideas from Mathieu Heredia
Thermaltake modified the original design to create a balance between functionality and aesthetics. With slick lines in a streamlined style, Project The Tower has the kind of design that is most popular among current consumers. The original design features an open front design. To avoid dust collection issues, Thermaltake added a transparent acrylic panel to its front to create an aesthetically pleasing and dust-proof chassis. In addition, to ensure that the case is of both style and functionality, Thermaltake modified the design to offer ample space for cable management and system expansion.

Panoramic Viewing
Project The Tower has a highly unique appearance with its rare vertical arrangement and open frame design. Users are able to admire the entire liquid cooling system from either the front, left or right sides. In addition to fully displaying all the water cooling components, users can also exhibit their extraordinary taste.

Superior Expansion
To improve storage capacity and storage presentation, Project The Tower is designed with two modular drive cages and two 3.5”/2.5” compatible drive trays each hidden in the back panel, plus two 3.5”/2.5” and two 2.5” visible drive trays located in the center of the case. In addition, it supports up to three dual expansion slots graphic card of up to 400mm in length, a tower CPU cooler as high as 260mm and a high-wattage PSU stretching up to 220mm in length, while still leaving plenty of space available for cable management.

Unparalleled Cooling Ability
The Tower offers various mounting points and brackets to support any type of gaming or cooling system. The fan brackets are ideal for DIY/AIO liquid-cooling systems and air-cooling units which support 120mm or 140mm in fan sizes. Users can easily utilize the fan brackets and install up to four 120/140mm fans or equivalent radiators on the side panel, and a dual liquid cooling system could be applied with the aid of water pump brackets.
ThermalTake The Tower prototype

Posted on Tuesday, May 31 2016 @ 18:46:07 CEST by
Not yet another RGB LED product. ThermalTake just announced its Toughpower DPS G RGB Titanium, a power supply with RGB LEDs that can be controlled via the included software. Full details at TT's website.
Thermaltake releases the Toughpower DPS G RGB Titanium Series (850W/1000W/1500W) and Toughpower DPS G RGB Gold Series (650W/750W/850W). The Toughpower DPS G RGB Series is the world’s first PSU series pre-installed with an ultra-quiet 140mm patented RGB fan. To deliver unbeatable performance for Virtual Reality (VR), the Titanium Series and Gold Series utilize the highest quality components as well as 100% Japanese capacitors, and provide a 10 year warranty. The Titanium Series features a 32Bit Microcontroller Unit (MCU) from STMicroelectronics. The Gold Series also adopts a 32Bit MCU made by Microchip Technology. Most importantly, both PSU Series are compatible with the Thermaltake Smart Power Management (SPM) Platform (dps.thermaltake.com). To help users easily understand the status of their PSUs. All the data will be summarized into four different types of SPM Reports, including ECO Report, Energy Consumption Report, Energy Saving Plan and a newly added function called Efficiency/Wattage User Behavior Report. Additionally, Thermaltake has taken PC security protection as the highest priority while developing the upgraded version of the SPM platform. Hence, users are able to monitor their PSUs anytime anywhere with the Warning Alert function as well as the PC Off Remote Control, an innovative new feature of the SPM platform. Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G RGB Titanium Series and Gold Series will be be available in the 2nd quarter, and are on display at the COMPUTEX Taipei 2016, during May 31st (Tue) – June 4th (Sat) 2016 in TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall (4th floor, booth number M110); we look forward to your visit!
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Posted on Tuesday, May 31 2016 @ 18:41:52 CEST by
ThermalTake announces the Riing 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition. This 120mm fan features 256-color RGB LEDs that can be controlled via the included Riing RGB software. Pricing and availability is unknown.
Thermaltake, a leading brand in the CaseMOD community, chassis, power supply units, and PC thermal solutions, releases the latest Riing 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition, a patented LED circular 256 multicolored 120mm radiator fan with a Digital Fan Hub and Riing RGB Software. The self-contained digital fan hub allows users to connect up to 48 Riing RGB fans. With the innovative Riing RGB Software, users can easily adjust fan speed as well as fan colors. By dragging the “FAN MODE” bar, users can switch between “Performance” operation and “Silent” operation. Furthermore, the Color Palette allows users to freely select a color for their Riing RGB fans. Users can also change to a 256 multicolored mode by choosing “RGB Cycle”. Regarding the fan design, the patented LED Riing maintains color and brightness uniformity. The lighting effect is visible from all sides and angles. To achieve the best cooling performance, the fan blades are optimized to generate large air volume. In addition, the Riing RGB fan features hydraulic bearing which guarantees ultra-low noise while operating. The four corners of the Riing fan are also designed with anti-vibration pads to strengthen the stability during operation. Color your PC with Thermaltake Riing 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan TT Premium! New Thermaltake Riing 12 LED RGB Radiator Fan will be be available in the 2nd quarter, and is on display at the COMPUTEX Taipei 2016, during May 31st (Tue) – June 4th (Sat) 2016 in TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall (4th floor, booth number M110); we look forward to your visit!

In the Riing RGB Software, users can set up a maximum of five profiles. Each profile includes three Riing RGB fans. Through the software, users can change the fan speed to either “Performance” operation or “Silent” operation. By dragging the “FAN MODE” bar, users can even adjust the fan duty cycle from 50% to 100%. In addition, with the Riing RGB Software, users can easily select a color for their Riing RGB fans by clicking the “Color Palette” or “RGB Cycle” icon. The Color Palette enables users to freely pick a color for the fans. Alternatively, users can choose RGB Cycle to switch to a 256 multicolored mode. Users can even disable the lighting by simply clicking the “LED Light” icon. Moreover, the Riing RGB Software is designed with a “LED Brightness” bar, allowing users to freely adjust the lighting effect for their Riing RGB fans. By clicking the “SAVE” icon, all preference settings, including the fan speed and the LED Lighting effect, will be stored to the software. The Real-time Fan Warning Alert is another innovative function of the Riing RGB Software. Once the fan stops operating, the control panel of the failed fan will appear grey.

Eleven fan blades are engineered to generate large volumes of air to cool the system and create a perfect balance between silent and performance. In addition, the Riing 12 LED RGB fan is designed with a PWM function which allows the motherboard to run the fan precisely at its necessary speed. And this guarantees the required cooling performance as well as minimizes the noise level.

The hydraulic bearing self-lubricates with a high-quality, friction-reducing substance, which lowers operation noise and improves efficiency. The seal cap prevents lubricant leakage and improves the lifespan of the unit.

To achieve maximum cooling performance in all applications, the wind blocker frame is designed to direct airflow towards the middle section of the blade, thereby creating a compression effect and blocking any air from escaping. This special design reduces the blade’s noise and vibration, creating a perfect balance between power and sound.

In-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads provide a hassle-free usage with 80% protection coverage for all corners.
TT Ring 12 LED RGB

TT Ring 12 LED RGB

Posted on Tuesday, May 31 2016 @ 18:38:37 CEST by
Tt eSPORTS shows off the Ventus Z, a new gaming mouse that will be sold for $59.99. It has a 11000 DPI AVAGO 9500 laser sensor, an air-through ventilation design, Omron switches, and RGB LEDs.
Tt eSPORTS, the energetic and powerful challenger reveals the new member for its VENTUS family, VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse. The VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse features an AVAGO ADNS 9500 laser sensor with up to 11000 DPI via gaming software, a new coating with a feel that is somewhere in between the feel of plastic and rubber coating; a balance between rigid surfaces and a soft to touch finish. Tt eSPORTS Aerodynamically Engineered from its flagship Level 10 M series of mice is inherited into this iteration of the VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse; keeping gamers’ hands cool even when gaming for long durations! The VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse is on display at the COMPUTEX Taipei 2016, during May 31st (Tue) – June 4th (Sat) 2016 in TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall (4th floor, booth number M110); we look forward to your visit!

Enhanced Components with ARM based 32bit Controller & 20M OMRON Switches
VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse adopts the most powerful ARM based 32 bit microcontroller designed for performance enthusiast to ensure functions can be fully customized to meet gamers’ needs. Besides, the OMRON engineered switches have a lifetime of 20 million clicks that you can enjoy accurate clicks from buttons that just keep going that will not let you down.

Powerful 11000 DPI AVAGO 9500 laser sensor with Customization Control
The VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse is built for those looking for customization. It built with 10 programmable buttons, 5 profiles that can store up to 50 programmable macro keys! The mouse also added a special Sniper Button on the left side, which can be used to perform a high accuracy mode without affecting the mouse’s position. Additionally, selectable DPI options can be adjusted on-the-fly by default (400, 800, 1600 and 3200 DPI) or higher DPI up to 11000 DPI that can be configured via its gaming software. With the powerful DPI laser sensor, it offers a superior tracking across the widest variety of surfaces!

Aerodynamic Engineered Air-Through Ventilation System
VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse’s aerodynamically honeycomb designed mouse with breathability to keep your hand cool, allow you to manage the airflow while using the mouse and increase the flexibility of moving. This concept enhances expressively more ventilation as it will help ease sweaty palms throughout intense gameplay, let your hand cool, increasing your comfort and allow you to bring your performance to a new level. The maximum ventilation is ultimately required for keeping gamers cool. Due to the longer gaming time, aerodynamic gives advantage as it could influence your ability to compete over the long period!

RGB Illumination with 16.8 Million Colors
Add extra mood to all intense gaming session by adding RGB LED illumination to both the mouse wheel and the battle dragon logo. Lighting on these two regions can be independently set to on/off. When changing DPI, the scroll wheel will flash to denote which DPI level the VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse is on. In addition, the iconic battle dragon will have a pulse lighting pattern that will let the spirit of the battle dragon shine through more brilliantly than ever!

Advanced Matte Coating with Ergonomic Shape
We applied advanced materials to each zone on VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse for improved comfort and durability. This new matte coating is a balance between rigid surfaces and a soft to touch finish that let you play comfortably during extended sessions. In addition, feedback collected from gamers have been included to the VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse’s design and improved the design ergonomically to ensure a top fit for any hand size, letting you play comfortably during extended sessions without any frustration!

New Enhanced Gaming Software
With our new VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse software, it provides easy macros configuration, advanced performance and adjustable light options. Gamers can manage the colors with the software to produce the stunning colors via the communication with the microcontroller. VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse uses 8-bit for each red, green and blue color (total of 24-bit) with 256 shades of red, 256 shades of green, and 256 shades of blue, equals to 16.8 million colors, giving you the millions of possible colors!

On-Board Memory and Adjustable Weight System
VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse features a 256Kb built-in memory allows you to save and recall all your favorite settings at any-time from any PC. Save up to 5 individual profiles, DPI adjustments, lighting configurations and macros all directly onto the mouse. Moreover, with a fully adjustable in-built weight system you can customize the VENTUS Z Gaming Mouse to have the perfect feel in your hand - allowing you to concentrate on your game better than ever before.
Tt eSPORTS Ventus Z

Posted on Tuesday, May 31 2016 @ 18:32:24 CEST by
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I don't have a photo of the actual screen but ASUS just informed us they're showing off a 24.5" LCD display with a native 240Hz refresh rate at Computex:
ROG Swift PG258Q is a 24.5-inch gaming monitor that features a Full HD (1920 x 1080) panel with a native 240Hz refresh rate. Swift PG258Q has a 1ms gray-to-gray (GTG) response time and built-in NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ technology to eliminate lag and frame rate stutter for the smoothest, fastest, and most breathtaking gaming visuals imaginable. Its narrow bezel design makes it perfect for expansive multi-display setups.

Swift PG258Q has a revolutionary design finished in ROG's new Armor Titanium and Plasma Copper color scheme, and has built-in ROG light effects on its stand to add ambience to gaming set-ups. In addition, Swift PG258Q features ASUS GamePlus in-game enhancements and ASUS GameVisual technology for optimized gaming visuals.
Furthermore, ASUS also has a 32" display with a 5K resolution, a curved 34-incher with with QHD resolution, and a 27" 4K screen with USB Type-C connectivity.
ASUS Designo Curve MX34VQ is a 34-inch curved monitor with a frameless 1800R curvature 3440 x 1440 ultra-wide QHD panel. Every point on the 21:9 aspect ratio curved display is equidistant to the viewers’ eyes, making for an even more immersive viewing experience. In addition, MX34VQ features 8-Watt stereo speakers incorporating Harman Kardon and ASUS SonicMaster audio technology, as well as a Qi wireless charging pad on its stand for Qi-enabled devices.

ASUS Designo MX27UC is an elegant 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) monitor with USB Type-C connectivity. The USB 3.1 Type-C port can be used for data transmission and power delivery, and functions as an alternate DisplayPort input. It has an in-plane switching (IPS) technology panel and a wide 100% sRGB color gamut for crisp, stunning images. It has classic lines, an ultra-slim 1.25cm profile, a stylish sundial-inspired stand, and a metallic Icicle Gold finish. ASUS SonicMaster audio, incorporating ICEpower®, Bang & Olufsen technology, gives Designo MX27UC crystal-clear sound.

The 32-inch ASUS ProArt 5K UHD professional monitor provides stunning 5120 x 2880 resolution images through as single DisplayPort connection. Designed for graphics professionals, it has a wide color gamut with 100% Rec. 709, 99.5% Adobe RGB and 95% DCI-P3 color-space support. The ASUS ProArt PA27AQ monitor features a 2560 x 1440 WQHD panel with a 100% sRGB gamut. With a frameless design on all four sides, it is ideal for multi-display setups.

Both ProArt monitors feature the exclusive ASUS ProArt Calibration Technology, which includes color accuracy tuning and uniformity compensation for easy monitor calibration. It offers overall data mapping, correlation and calibration, and saves all color parameter profiles on the display’s internal scaler IC chip instead of the PC, so users do not have to recalibrate settings whenever the display is hooked up to different computers.


Posted on Tuesday, May 31 2016 @ 16:54:43 CEST by
CRYORIG cooperated with NZXT to develop the H7 Quad Lumi, world's first heatsink with software-controlled RGB LEDs. The heatsink features a nickel-plated copper base, four 6mm diameter heatpipes, and a large aluminum fin array cooled by the new QF120 LED 1600RPM fan.

The special thing here is that CRYORIG based its Lumi lighting system on NZXT's Hue+ controlled board, allowing you to control the RGB LED lighting system through NZXT's CAM software. CRYORIG did not reveal details about pricing or a launch date.
PC cooling and peripherals innovator CRYORIG announces their collaboration project with NZXT to deliver the world’s first software controlled RGB LED lighted heatsink, the H7 Quad Lumi. Based on CRYORIG’s award winning H7, the H7 Quad Lumi features an additional 6 mm high-end copper heatpipe, game changing Lumi lighting system as well as a new QF120 Balanced LED fan. Co-developed with NZXT, CRYORIG has managed to add a built-in RGB LED controller directly into the H7 Quad Lumi. Running on NZXT’s CAM, the H7 Quad Lumi is capable of adjusting dual channel LED lighting on the logo and base of the heatsink through CAM software and mobile phone app.

Working extensively with NZXT, CRYORIG has managed to develop something truly unique with the H7 Quad Lumi and Lumi lighting system. The Lumi lighting system is built upon NZXT’s Hue+ controller board, with nine different special lighting effects available at launch and more to come with future firmware updates. The Lumi system is capable of dual channel LED configurations, meaning the top and base LED’s can be set to different colors and even separate special effects. Feel free to mix and match almost limitless combinations for your heatsink! Powered and controlled through NZXT CAM software, not only LED control but CPU temp monitoring, fan RPM control and profile settings are all available on CAM. Making the H7 Quad Lumi the first CAM Powered peripheral and a true innovated approach towards PC cooling solutions.

At the core the H7 Quad Lumi is based on the ultra-successful CRYORIG H7. What is changed besides the addition of the Lumi lighting system is an upgrade to four high performance heatpipe for added TDP capacity, a new QF120 LED 1.600 RPM fan and also a reworked mounting system. With the upgraded heatpipe setup, the H7 Quad Lumi has increased performance by at least 10% and now supports 150+ watt CPU’s. The new Quick Mount system will also provide support for LGA2011 v3 as well as continue support for LGA115x and AMD sockets. Supporting all latest offerings from Intel and AMD. The QF120 LED version is a PWM controlled 300 to 1.600 RPM white LED fan. Features of the QF120 LED include built in Acoustic Absorbers, Quad Air Inlet™ system for added air intake and white LED lighting. CRYORIG’s QF120 line of fans will soon all feature LED variants.

The H7 Quad Lumi will make its first appearance at Computex 2016 at CRYORIG’s booth (Nangang Hall 1 booth J0503.) Targeted retail date will be holiday season 2016, perfect timing for some flashy cooling system for any PC! MSRP and prices are still to be announced at a later time.
H7 Quad Lumi

H7 Quad Lumi

Posted on Tuesday, May 31 2016 @ 16:19:51 CEST by
ASUS announces a 3D Printing Project. Several of the company's new motherboads feature easily swappable parts, enabling enthusiasts with 3D printers to customize the motherboard with 3D printed name plates and logos:
ASUS welcomes a new era of PC customization by being the first motherboard brand to support 3D-printable parts, an initiative that allows hobbyists, enthusiasts and modders to add unique modifications to their ROG Strix X99 Gaming and ROG Rampage V Edition 10 motherboards. These boards feature easily swappable parts, enabling passionate DIYers to design and 3D-print their own replacement name plates and logos in a variety of colors and materials to match their themed builds. This exciting development brings a whole new world of personalization to the DIY PC experience.

Visitors to the ROG motherboard zone at Computex will be able to view stunningly modded ROG Strix X99 Gaming, ROG Rampage V Edition 10, X99-DELUXE II and TUF Sabertooth Z170 Mark 1 motherboards, created by the ASUS Design Center. Designed to showcase the amazing possibilities presented by this innovative 3D printing project, these motherboards have been customized with parts printed on professional-grade 3D printers. To achieve an unbelievable quality of finish, these parts have then been carefully sandblasted and polished to perfection. The four boards on display each have their own unique theme, and use a wide range of high-quality 3D-printed parts — personalized nameplates, sturdy GPU holders, chassis fan holders, DRAM fan covers, cable management kits and much more. For users who simply want an easy way to add their own unique touches to their build, there is a range of creative, colorful nameplates and logos that give them the freedom to express their unique personal style with a minimum of fuss.

ASUS will release the 3D design source files for the customized parts showcased at Computex. Users can download these files from the ROG website forum at http://rog.asus.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?288-3D-Printing and have these parts 3D-printed for their very own builds.
ASUS ROG 3D Printing Support

Posted on Tuesday, May 31 2016 @ 16:13:49 CEST by
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Intel confirmed both Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake will ship later this year. As was revealed many months ago, Kaby Lake will be Intel's third architecture on the 14nm process. This chip breaks the tick-tock cycle as Intel needed something new to fill the longer gap between the 14nm and the 10nm process.

Apollo Lake on the other hand is a new Atom chip, it's intended for devices like entry-level tablets, value 2-in-1 laptops, etc. The new low-budget Atom chips should be capable of handling 4K video and will get support for USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3.

You can expect both in the second half of the year.

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