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Intel CEO predicts shortages will last until 2023

27 minutes ago
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Following AMD and NVIDIA, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger now also stated that supply issues will continue in 2022. VideoCardz writes Gelsinger expects things will get gradually better in 2022, but there will still be component shortages issues until late 2022:
Intel CEO expects shortages to become incrementally a smaller problem however one should not expect a supply and demand balance till 2023, as he said during an interview with CNBC.

We’re in the worst of it now; every quarter next year, we’ll get incrementally better, but they’re not going to have supply-demand balance until 2023

— Pat Gelsinger to CNBC

Intel stock drops 11 percent on weak fourth-quarter earnings forecast

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Intel's stock is down 11.92 percent to $49.99 today after a lackluster earnings report from the chip giant. Intel's third-quarter revenue was up 5 percent year-over-year to $19.2 billion and non-GAAP net income soared 54 percent to $7.0 billion. Adjusted earnings per share came in at $1.71, which far exceeded the $1.11 Wall Street consensus.

The big stinker was that Intel's fourth-quarter estimates are below Wall Street's forecast. Intel predicts it will earn 90 cents per share on revenue of $18.3 billion, which is below the $1.01 earnings per share and $18.25 billion in revenue that financial analysts had estimated. Analysts are also worried that Intel's higher future capital expenditure will put a burden on earnings growth in the coming years.
  • Third-quarter GAAP revenue of $19.2 billion, up 5% year over year (YoY), and non-GAAP revenue of $18.1 billion, up 5% YoY. Achieved all-time record revenue in Intel's Internet of Things Group (IOTG) and record third-quarter revenue in the Data Center Group (DCG) and Mobileye businesses.
  • Third-quarter GAAP earnings-per-share (EPS) was $1.67; non-GAAP EPS was $1.71, which exceeded July guidance by $0.61. Exceeded July guidance for EPS and gross margin.
  • Raising full-year 2021 EPS and gross margin guidance. Now expecting GAAP EPS of $4.50 and non-GAAP EPS of $5.28 and GAAP gross margin of 55% and non-GAAP gross margin of 57%.
  • Intel CFO George Davis announced plans to retire in May 2022.
SANTA CLARA, Calif., October 21, 2021 -- Intel Corporation today reported third-quarter 2021 financial results.

“Q3 shone an even greater spotlight on the global demand for semiconductors, where Intel has the unique breadth and scale to lead. Our focus on execution continued as we started delivering on our IDM 2.0 commitments. We broke ground on new fabs, shared our accelerated path to regain process performance leadership, and unveiled our most dramatic architectural innovations in a decade. We also announced major customer wins across every part of our business,” said Pat Gelsinger, Intel CEO. “We are still in the early stages of our journey, but I see the enormous opportunity ahead, and I couldn’t be prouder of the progress we are making towards that opportunity.”

Italy tries to secure 4 billion EUR chip packaging plant from Intel

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Intel is still looking for the best location for its future European chip making plant. While Dresden, Germany is believed to be the frontrunner for an advanced megafactory, Reuters reports Intel is also in talks with Italy about a potential investment worth over 4 billion euro.

While the German plant will likely focus on chip making services for automotive clients, the Italian facility is said to be a cutting-edge packaging plant capable of packaging chips consisting of tiles made by Intel and third parties. The Italian government is reportedly willing to come up with funds as well as favorable labor and energy cost terms.
Rome is already in talks with Intel about the potential investment, which according to preliminary estimates would be worth more than 4 billion euro ($4.7 billion), the sources who are involved in the discussions said.

One of them said the total could even reach around 8 billion euros, depending on Intel's plans.
The Reuters article says France is seen as a big contender for the megafactory, while Poland is competing with Italy to land the packaging facility.

Corsair adds PRO custom cooling waterblocks for Alder Lake-S

23 hours ago
Corsair introduces the Hydro X Series XC5 RGB PRO and XC7 RGB PRO waterblocks for Intel's Alder Lake-S platform:
CORSAIR® (NASDAQ: CRSR), a world leader in enthusiast components for gamers, creators, and PC builders, today announced a new PRO generation of performance custom cooling CPU water blocks in the award-winning Hydro X Series: the XC5 RGB PRO and XC7 RGB PRO. Equipped with more than 110 high-efficiency micro-cooling fins and an innovative quad-split flow design, these new water blocks deliver extraordinary cooling paired with vibrant RGB lighting at the heart of your loop. With compatibility across the entire range of modern CPUs from Intel® and AMD®, including the upcoming Intel® LGA 1700 socket, the Hydro X Series delivers the cooling you need to help your next stunning PC build run at its full potential.

Thanks to new precision-machined copper cold plates and a quad-split flow design with multiple inlet channels, the XC5 RGB PRO and XC7 RGB PRO achieve fantastic cooling performance, up to 4°C lower than their previous generation counterparts. Their durable construction with reinforced standard G1/4” threads will keep your CPU running at its best for years to come.

The XC5 RGB PRO shines with 16 RGB LEDs customizable across eight lighting zones and a solid top for a refined and minimalist appearance. RGB lighting can be controlled and synchronized across all CORSAIR iCUE-compatible RGB devices with a CORSAIR iCUE Controller (sold separately) and iCUE software, or controlled via compatible motherboards with an included 5V ARGB adapter cable. The XC5 RGB PRO is available with either Intel or AMD brackets, for easy installation on LGA (1700, 1200, 115X) or Socket AM4, respectively.

The XC7 RGB PRO ups the ante with nickel-plated copper cold plates and a transparent flow chamber to further show off your coolant and lighting, in addition to its 110 high-efficiency micro-cooling fins and quad-split flow design. Its 16 RGB LEDs are all individually addressable for even more intricate lighting effects. The XC7 RGB PRO includes brackets to fit both Intel LGA (1700, 1200, 115X) and AMD Socket AM4.

Whether you’re building a new custom cooled powerhouse or looking to improve the performance of your current system, the new PRO Series water blocks will help you get the best out of your CPU.

Availability, Warranty, and Pricing
The CORSAIR Hydro X Series XC5 RGB PRO and XC7 RGB PRO are available immediately from the CORSAIR webstore and the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors.

The CORSAIR Hydro X Series XC5 RGB PRO and XC7 RGB PRO are backed by a first-rate three-year warranty, alongside the CORSAIR worldwide customer service and technical support network.
PRO Custom Cooling CPU Water Blocks

Sharkoon SKILLER SGP30 Big Hex & 1337 V2 Big mousepads are out

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Fans of ultra-large mousepads have two more options as Sharkoon presents the SKILLER SGP30 Big Hex & 1337 V2 Big. Both mousepads measure 1200mm x 600mm and are reasonably priced.
Sharkoon Technologies, an international supplier of high-performance quality PC components and peripherals, has now introduced two new mouse mats: the SKILLER SGP30 Big Hex and the 1337 V2 Big. The Big Hex presents itself with a hyper-realistic 3D motif design, while the 1337 V2 Big comes in minimalist black. Both mouse mats are 120 centimeters long and 60 centimeters wide, making them Sharkoon's largest mouse mats so far.

Extraordinarily large
Both the SKILLER SGP30 Big Hex and the 1337 V2 Big, with their length of 120 centimeters and a width of 60 centimeters, are the largest mouse mats from Sharkoon to date. They can therefore cover a large part of the tabletop and offer ample room for mouse movements.

Particularly Robust
According to the manufacturer, the rubber underside always offers a firm hold, even under demanding conditions. Also, thanks to its sublimation printing, the hexagon motif of the SKILLER SGP30 Big Hex should be able to withstand a high degree of intensive use - just as much as the minimalist black surface of the 1337 V2 Big.

No Fraying
The robust stitching along the edges should support a long service life without fraying at the edges, and, according to the manufacturer, both the SKILLER SGP30 Big Hex and the 1337 V2 Big will hardly show any signs of wear even over a long period of demanding use.

Suitable for Cleaning
The enormous gliding ability of the two mats should be suitable for quick mouse movements and rapid reactions. Moreover, as water simply rolls off the mats, their water-repellent properties make them suitable for cleaning with a soft, slightly damp cloth.

Price and Availability
The SKILLER SGP30 Big Hex and the 1337 V2 Big are immediately available. The SKILLER SGP30 Big Hex is available at the manufacturer’s suggested price of 27.99 euros, and the 1337 V2 Big at 19.99 euros.
Sharkoon SKILLER SGP30 Big Hex & 1337 V2 Big

MSI predicts DDR5 will be 50-60 percent more expensive

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Soon we'll see the arrival of Intel's Alder Lake-S, the first desktop CPU platform with support for DDR5 memory. As is typical, new memory costs a lot more than mature memory so early adopters can expect to pay a big premium versus DDR4. In a new blog post, MSI predicts DDR5 will be roughly 50-60 percent more expensive than DDR4:
DDR5 vs. DDR4 Memory Costs
Historically, newer memory technology has always commanded close to a 30-40% premium over the previous generation. However, this time, DDR5 includes additional components that have driven the costs up further. As a result, we expect a 50-60% price premium compared to DDR4 at launch.

It typically takes around 2 years to reach price parity with previous generations, and we expect trends to remain similar with DDR5 modules as well.

— Sara Lin, MSI
The Intel Z690 chipset supports both DDR4 and DDR5 memory, so customers will be able to continue to use DDR4 memory by opting for a DDR4-based Z690 motherboard.

Via: VideoCardz

G.Skill DDR5-6600 CL36 Trident Z5 is the fastest DDR5 in the world

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G.Skill launched various DDR5 modules today. In this article, we'll focus on the DDR5-6600 CL36 Trident Z5, which is the fastest DDR5 memory module to date. It's a dual-channel 32GB kit that uses Samsung DDR5 ICs, it has a 6600MHz frequency and CL36-36-36-76 timings.
G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world's leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is thrilled to announce the world's fastest DDR5 memory kit at an extreme speed and low latency of DDR5-6600 CL36-36-36-76 32GB (2x16GB). This is the world's first DDR5 memory kit to reach such high level of frequency speed and extremely efficient low timings, achieved with high-performance Samsung DDR5 ICs.

Reaching New Performance Horizons with Samsung DDR5 IC
In the never-ending quest for memory performance, G.SKILL is proud to reveal the latest addition of ultra-high DDR5 frequency to the flagship Trident Z5 family. While reaching an extreme frequency speed of DDR5-6600, this memory kit specification is also created with an ultra-low timing at CL36-36-36, compared to the typical CL40-40-40 timing of DDR5, making this the ultimate performance choice for gamers, enthusiasts, and overclockers.

Designed for Ultimate DDR5 Performance
This high-end specification will be included in the Trident Z5 family, created with a sleek and futuristic exterior that assimilates hypercar elements into the iconic Trident heatspreader design. Featuring a black brushed aluminum strip inset into a metallic silver or matte black body, and topped with a sleek piano black top bar on the Trident Z5 series or a translucent RGB light bar optimized for smooth lighting on the Trident Z5 RGB series, the Trident Z5 family DDR5 memory is the ideal choice for gamers, overclockers, content creators, and enthusiasts to build a high-performance system.
DDR5-6600 CL36 Trident Z5

SK Hynix starts work on HBM3

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SK Hynix reveals it kicked off the development of HBM3, the successor to HBM2E. The firm says HBM3 will support a bandwidth of up to 819GB/s and enable per-chip capacities of 16GB and 24GB. HBM3 is mainly aimed at HPC and AI applications:
SK hynix Inc. (or “the Company”, announced that it has become the first in the industry to successfully develop the High Bandwidth Memory 3, the world’s best-performing DRAM.

HBM3, the fourth generation of the HBM technology* with a combination of multiple DRAM chips vertically connected, is a high value product that innovatively raises the data processing rate.

*Previous three generations are HBM, HBM2 and HBM2E, which is an update to the HBM2 specification with increased bandwidth and capacities.

The latest development, which follows the start of mass production of HBM2E in July last year, is expected to help consolidate the company’s leadership in the market. SK hynix was also the first in the industry to start mass production of HBM2E.

SK hynix’s HBM3 is not only the fastest DRAM in the world, but also comes with the biggest capacity and significantly improved level of quality.

The latest product can process up to 819GB (Gigabyte) per second, meaning that 163 FHD (full-HD) movies (5GB each) can be transmitted in a single second. This represents a 78% increase in the data-processing speed compared with the HBM2E.

It also corrects data (bit) errors with the help of the built-in on-die error-correction code, significantly improving the reliability of the product.

SK hynix’s HBM3 will be provided in two capacity types of 24GB – the industry’s biggest — and 16GB. For the 24GB product, SK hynix engineers ground the height of a DRAM chip to approximately 30 micrometer (?m, 10-6m), equivalent to a third of an A4 paper’s thickness, before vertically stacking 12 chips using the through silicon via technology.

*Through Silicon Via (TSV): An interconnecting technology that links the upper and lower chips with electrode that vertically passes through thousands of fine holes on DRAM chips

HBM3 is expected to be mainly adopted by high-performance data centers as well as machine learning platforms that enhance the level of artificial intelligence and super computing performance used to conduct climate change analysis and drug development.

“Since its launch of the world’s first HBM DRAM, SK hynix has succeeded in developing the industry’s first HBM3 after leading the HBM2E market,” said Seon-yong Cha, Executive Vice President in charge of the DRAM development. “We will continue our efforts to solidify our leadership in the premium memory market and help boost the values of our customers by providing products that are in line with the ESG management standards.”

Intel Alder Lake-S sales start on November 4

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WCCF Tech has details about Intel's Alder Lake-S launch schedule. The site claims it's now certain that Intel will introduce its 12th Gen Core processors on October 27th. Reviews will hit the web on November 4th and on the same day retailers will start shipping Intel's new processors.

The initial launch lineup will be pretty small, WCCF Tech says we can expect these chips in November:
  • Core i9-12900K and 12900KF
  • Core i7-12700K and 12700KF
  • Core i5-12600K and 12600KF
  • Intel Z690 chipset
Other chips are expected to follow in January.

Apple rolls out M1 Pro and M1 Max based MacBook Pro laptops

3 days ago
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After a year-long wait since the introduction of the M1-based MacBook Air laptops, Apple introduces the MacBook Pro with the M1 Pro and M1 Max processors. The Cupertino-based firm claims these 14" and 16" systems offer world's best notebook display, extraordinary performance and battery life, the best connectivity to date for a MacBook Pro, and the best audio system in a notebook. Pricing starts at $1,999 for the 14" model and $2,499 for the 16-incher. Shipments start next week.
Apple today unveiled the completely reimagined MacBook Pro powered by the all-new M1 Pro and M1 Max — the first pro chips designed for the Mac. Available in 14- and 16-inch models, MacBook Pro delivers groundbreaking processing, graphics, and machine learning (ML) performance whether running on battery or plugged in, as well as amazing battery life — enabling workflows previously unimaginable on a notebook. The new MacBook Pro also features a stunning Liquid Retina XDR display, a wide range of ports for advanced connectivity, a 1080p FaceTime HD camera, and the best audio system in a notebook. Combined with macOS Monterey, which is engineered down to its core to take full advantage of M1 Pro and M1 Max, the user experience is simply unrivaled. Shattering the limits of what a notebook can do, MacBook Pro is designed for developers, photographers, filmmakers, 3D artists, scientists, music producers, and anyone who wants the world’s best notebook. The new MacBook Pro joins the 13-inch MacBook Pro with M1 to form the strongest lineup of pro notebooks ever. Customers can order the new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro models today, and they will be available beginning Tuesday, October 26.

“We set out to create the world’s best pro notebook, and today we’re excited to introduce the all-new MacBook Pro with M1 Pro and M1 Max — a game-changing combination of phenomenal performance, unrivaled battery life, and groundbreaking features,” said Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing. “The all-new MacBook Pro adds a breathtaking XDR display, more ports like MagSafe 3, an advanced 1080p camera, and a sensational six-speaker sound system, all in a stunning new design. The new MacBook Pro simply has no equal and is by far the best pro notebook we’ve ever built.”
Apple MacBook Pro with M1 Pro and M1 Max

Apple ups its game with the M1 Pro and M1 Max

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The original M1 SoC from Apple stunned the market when it launched last year and now the firm follows up with the more powerful M1 Pro and M1 Max. Both are made on TSMC's 5nm process.

The M1 Pro features 33.7 billion transistors and is offered in eight-core and 10-core configurations, with 14 to 16 GPU cores; It supports up to 32GB memory with a memory bandwidth of up to 200GB/s. Apple pitches the M1 Pro as up to 70 percent faster than the M1 in terms of processing power, and up to twice as powerful in terms of graphics horsepower. The M1 Pro supports two external displays.
The M1 Max is the most powerful processor from Apple, this model has 57 billion transistors and has 10 processor cores in combination with 24 or 32 GPU cores. Apple says the M1 Max offers up to quadruple the GPU horsepower of the M1 SoC. Besides more graphics performance, the chip supports up to 64GB RAM with a memory bandwidth of up to 400GB/s. It also supports a maximum of four external displays.
Apple today announced M1 Pro and M1 Max, the next breakthrough chips for the Mac. Scaling up M1’s transformational architecture, M1 Pro offers amazing performance with industry-leading power efficiency, while M1 Max takes these capabilities to new heights. The CPU in M1 Pro and M1 Max delivers up to 70 percent faster CPU performance than M1, so tasks like compiling projects in Xcode are faster than ever. The GPU in M1 Pro is up to 2x faster than M1, while M1 Max is up to an astonishing 4x faster than M1, allowing pro users to fly through the most demanding graphics workflows.

M1 Pro and M1 Max introduce a system-on-a-chip (SoC) architecture to pro systems for the first time. The chips feature fast unified memory, industry-leading performance per watt, and incredible power efficiency, along with increased memory bandwidth and capacity. M1 Pro offers up to 200GB/s of memory bandwidth with support for up to 32GB of unified memory. M1 Max delivers up to 400GB/s of memory bandwidth — 2x that of M1 Pro and nearly 6x that of M1 — and support for up to 64GB of unified memory. And while the latest PC laptops top out at 16GB of graphics memory, having this huge amount of memory enables graphics-intensive workflows previously unimaginable on a notebook. The efficient architecture of M1 Pro and M1 Max means they deliver the same level of performance whether MacBook Pro is plugged in or using the battery. M1 Pro and M1 Max also feature enhanced media engines with dedicated ProRes accelerators specifically for pro video processing. M1 Pro and M1 Max are by far the most powerful chips Apple has ever built.

“M1 has transformed our most popular systems with incredible performance, custom technologies, and industry-leading power efficiency. No one has ever applied a system-on-a-chip design to a pro system until today with M1 Pro and M1 Max,” said Johny Srouji, Apple’s senior vice president of Hardware Technologies. “With massive gains in CPU and GPU performance, up to six times the memory bandwidth, a new media engine with ProRes accelerators, and other advanced technologies, M1 Pro and M1 Max take Apple silicon even further, and are unlike anything else in a pro notebook.”

M1 Pro: A Whole New Level of Performance and Capability
Utilizing the industry-leading 5-nanometer process technology, M1 Pro packs in 33.7 billion transistors, more than 2x the amount in M1. A new 10-core CPU, including eight high-performance cores and two high-efficiency cores, is up to 70 percent faster than M1, resulting in unbelievable pro CPU performance. Compared with the latest 8-core PC laptop chip, M1 Pro delivers up to 1.7x more CPU performance at the same power level and achieves the PC chip’s peak performance using up to 70 percent less power.1 Even the most demanding tasks, like high-resolution photo editing, are handled with ease by M1 Pro.

M1 Pro has an up-to-16-core GPU that is up to 2x faster than M1 and up to 7x faster than the integrated graphics on the latest 8-core PC laptop chip.1 Compared to a powerful discrete GPU for PC notebooks, M1 Pro delivers more performance while using up to 70 percent less power.2 And M1 Pro can be configured with up to 32GB of fast unified memory, with up to 200GB/s of memory bandwidth, enabling creatives like 3D artists and game developers to do more on the go than ever before.

M1 Max features the same powerful 10-core CPU as M1 Pro and adds a massive 32-core GPU for up to 4x faster graphics performance than M1. With 57 billion transistors — 70 percent more than M1 Pro and 3.5x more than M1 — M1 Max is the largest chip Apple has ever built. In addition, the GPU delivers performance comparable to a high-end GPU in a compact pro PC laptop while consuming up to 40 percent less power, and performance similar to that of the highest-end GPU in the largest PC laptops while using up to 100 watts less power.2 This means less heat is generated, fans run quietly and less often, and battery life is amazing in the new MacBook Pro. M1 Max transforms graphics-intensive workflows, including up to 13x faster complex timeline rendering in Final Cut Pro compared to the previous-generation 13-inch MacBook Pro.

M1 Max also offers a higher-bandwidth on-chip fabric, and doubles the memory interface compared with M1 Pro for up to 400GB/s, or nearly 6x the memory bandwidth of M1. This allows M1 Max to be configured with up to 64GB of fast unified memory. With its unparalleled performance, M1 Max is the most powerful chip ever built for a pro notebook.

A graph shows that M1 Max and its up-to-32-core GPU delivers the same graphics performance as that in a high-end compact PC pro laptop while using up to 40 percent less power. M1 Max has an up-to-32-core GPU that delivers graphics performance comparable to that in a high-end compact PC pro laptop using up to 40 percent less power.

Fast, Efficient Media Engine, Now with ProRes
M1 Pro and M1 Max include an Apple-designed media engine that accelerates video processing while maximizing battery life. M1 Pro also includes dedicated acceleration for the ProRes professional video codec, allowing playback of multiple streams of high-quality 4K and 8K ProRes video while using very little power. M1 Max goes even further, delivering up to 2x faster video encoding than M1 Pro, and features two ProRes accelerators. With M1 Max, the new MacBook Pro can transcode ProRes video in Compressor up to a remarkable 10x faster compared with the previous-generation 16-inch MacBook Pro.

Advanced Technologies for a Complete Pro System
Both M1 Pro and M1 Max are loaded with advanced custom technologies that help push pro workflows to the next level:

  • A 16-core Neural Engine for on-device machine learning acceleration and improved camera performance.
  • A new display engine drives multiple external displays.
  • Additional integrated Thunderbolt 4 controllers provide even more I/O bandwidth.
  • Apple’s custom image signal processor, along with the Neural Engine, uses computational video to enhance image quality for sharper video and more natural-looking skin tones on the built-in camera.
  • Best-in-class security, including Apple’s latest Secure Enclave, hardware-verified secure boot, and runtime anti-exploitation technologies.
  • Apple M1 MAX

    Corsair watercoolers get fancy 2.1-inch ELITE LCD display

    3 days ago
    Corsair adds the H100i ELITE LCD, H150i ELITE LCD, and H170i ELITE LCD watercoolers to its product portfolio. The key defining feature here is the iCUE ELITE LCD, a 2.1-inch LCD display that's integrated into the CPU block. Pricing ranges from $259.99 to $309.99. The firm also reveals the ML RGB ELITE fans.

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    CORSAIR® (NASDAQ: CRSR), a world leader in enthusiast components for gamers, creators, and PC builders, today announced new, highly customizable additions to its ELITE line of all-in-one CPU coolers: iCUE ELITE LCD Display Liquid CPU Coolers. With a vivid 2.1” LCD screen on the pump head to display anything from system vitals to animated GIFs, ELITE LCD coolers offer a unique window into both your PC’s performance and your own style and personality. The ultra-bright LCD screen is also available as an upgrade kit for CORSAIR iCUE ELITE CAPELLIX coolers, letting you add a digital dashboard to your existing cooler.

    The new H100i ELITE LCD, H150i ELITE LCD, and H170i ELITE LCD are also equipped with new ML RGB ELITE Series fans, delivering powerful concentrated airflow with the performance of magnetic levitation bearings and AirGuide technology, illuminated by eight individually addressable RGB LEDs per fan. ML RGB ELITE fans are also available separately in both 120mm and 140mm sizes and either black or white frames, so you can take advantage of their high performance to cool your entire system as well.

    The new ELITE LCD coolers shine with a gorgeous, ultra-bright 2.1” IPS screen able to show off your PC’s stats such as fan speeds or system temperatures in a wide variety of graphical themes and styles. If you’d rather put your own personal spin on your cooler, the screen can also display images and animated GIFs, giving you endless possibilities to show off a team logo, your favorite meme, or unique animations at the heart of your PC. The LCD display is encircled by a ring of 24 individually addressable RGB LEDs, programmable in CORSAIR iCUE software to link with animations and synchronize with the rest of your iCUE RGB ecosystem.

    In addition to their eye-catching screen, the CORSAIR H100i, H150i, and H170i ELITE LCD offer everything you need to keep your CPU running at peak performance, including fans, coolant, and radiator, in a single maintenance-free closed loop. Multiple radiator sizes of 240mm, 360mm, or a massive 420mm ensure that you’ll find a cooler that will fit your case, whether you’re building a compact PC or a full-tower behemoth. Each cooler comes equipped with new ML RGB ELITE Series fans, boasting CORSAIR AirGuide technology and magnetic levitation bearings for concentrated airflow and improved low-noise performance. A thermally optimized copper cold plate with pre-applied thermal compound and low-noise pump ensure quiet performance in an accessible all-in-one cooler, while an included iCUE COMMANDER CORE controller makes it a breeze to direct your fan speeds and lighting with iCUE. ELITE LCD coolers provide everything you need to fit them into a modern PC, with full support for the latest CPUs via mounting brackets for LGA 1700, LGA 115x, LGA 2066, AM4, and sTRX4.

    Also launching as standalone offerings, ML RGB ELITE fans build upon the ML series’ renowned performance with the addition of CORSAIR AirGuide technology and radiant RGB lighting effects, delivering a winning combination of great cooling and lighting. Their magnetic levitation bearings provide reduced friction, lower noise, better performance, and long-lasting durability. Eight individually addressable RGB LEDs put on a vibrant light show, while AirGuide technology channels airflow into a concentrated cone for superior cooling. PWM control enables precise fan speeds from 450 RPM to 2,000 RPM (for ML120 RGB ELITE) or from 400 RPM to 1,600 RPM (for ML140 RGB ELITE), providing plentiful airflow when mounted to the ELITE LCD radiator or used as intake or exhaust case fans. ML RGB ELITE fans are available in multi-fan packs with an included iCUE Lighting Node CORE controller, or as single fans to further expand your system’s cooling.

    Whether you’re keeping a close eye on your PC’s performance or showing off your personal style, ELITE LCD coolers equipped with ML RGB ELITE Series fans offer a unique upgrade to both your system’s aesthetics and cooling capabilities, and put a digital dashboard at the heart of your system.

    Availability, Warranty, and Pricing
    The CORSAIR iCUE ELITE LCD Display Liquid CPU Coolers and ML RGB ELITE Series fans are available immediately from the CORSAIR webstore and the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors. The CORSAIR iCUE ELITE CPU Cooler LCD Display Upgrade Kit will be available from the CORSAIR webstore in North America and Europe. For up-to-date availability information, please refer to the CORSAIR website or contact your local CORSAIR sales or PR representative.

    The CORSAIR ELITE LCD CPU Coolers are backed by a five-year warranty, and the ML RGB ELITE Series fans and ELITE LCD Upgrade Kits are backed by a two-year warranty, alongside the CORSAIR worldwide customer service and technical support network.

    Sharkoon SKILLER SGK60 uses Kailh BOX mechanical switches

    3 days ago
    Sharkoon introduces the SKILLER SGK60, a new mechanical gaming keyboard with the Kailh BOX switches. It's priced at 89.90EUR.
    Sharkoon Technologies, an international supplier of high-performance quality PC components and peripherals, now presents its latest gaming keyboard, the SKILLER SGK60. This is a three-block keyboard with multimedia keys for the convenient control of videos and music, and which also has a macro key for keeping the upper hand in any game. The SGK60 comes with Kailh BOX switches as standard, whereby the user is free to choose from three switch types for the keyboard. In addition, 14 especially durable PBT keycaps are included. Thanks to double-injection technology, these should offer long-lasting use, free of wear and tear. The edges of the keyboard are diamond cut for an overall elegant appearance.

    Kailh BOX Switches
    Thanks to the high-quality mechanical switches from Kailh, the keyboard is particularly beneficial for professional gamers. The red switches are worthwhile for gamers thanks to their linear switch characteristics and the low operating force required. The brown switches are suitable for both work and gaming due to their tactile characteristic with an inaudible feedback. Frequent writers can enjoy the white switches, which should give them the sensation of a typewriter when using the keyboard.

    Creative Freedom via the Software
    The software for the keyboard can be downloaded from the Sharkoon website. This can be used to produce the various illumination effects and color combinations for the keyboard keys as well as for the Edge Light, the lighting located along the rear edge of the SGK60. There are fifteen effects available for the keys and ten available for the Edge Light. The colors of the illumination effects can be adjusted as desired. The software also has a macro manager to record macros with up to 390 macro actions in total. The settings of the individual actions allow themselves to be modified as required.

    Made for Durability
    The SGK60 is especially characterized by its stable, long-lasting Kailh-BOX switches: They all have an operating life cycle of at least 80 million keystrokes, while the design form protects the switch from dust and dirt. In addition, 14 especially durable PBT keycaps are included. Thanks to double-injection technology, these should offer long-lasting use without showing signs of wear.
    Sharkoon SKILLER SGK60

    TEAMGROUP offers up to 5200MHz T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5

    3 days ago
    TEAMGROUP showcases its T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5 memory modules. The firm offers modules with frequencies of 4800MHz and 5200MHz. The first platform with DDR5 is Intel's soon-to-be-out Alder Lake-S.
    he global memory provider TEAMGROUP has announced the T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5 GAMING MEMORY. Designed for overclocking, the new RAM takes the design language of the sleek and compact DDR4 series even further. Its aluminum alloy heat spreader comes in a unibody design, created through a sophisticated stamping process. It features a gorgeous streamlined body and multi-angular design, outlining its one-of-a-kind visual aesthetics. With the highest-spec kit providing capacity of 2X32GB for dual channel mode and frequency of up to 5,200MHz, the T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5 will lead the new generation of overclocking memory with its beauty and performance.

    The T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5 GAMING MEMORY, debuted at the recent TEAMGROUP Online Launch Event 2021, has been highly anticipated by both gaming and overclocking enthusiasts worldwide. It uses a special thermal conducting silicone to strengthen the adhesion between the heat sink and memory, enhancing the cooling of the power management IC. The ingenious thermal design quickly dissipates heat from top to bottom, allowing the memory to maintain the optimal working temperature and provide more stable operation. It is available in frequencies of 4,800MHz and 5,200MHz and capacity options of single 16GB and 32GB sticks and dual-channel 2X16GB and 2X32GB kits, meeting the needs of a wide range of consumers seeking ultra-fast speeds. The VULCAN DDR5 GAMING MEMORY is fully tested for compatibility and reliability and will deliver incredible performance to gamers and overclocking enthusiasts around the world.

    At the forefront of the DDR5 generation, the T-FORCE VULCAN DDR5 GAMING MEMORY supports XMP 3.0 for One-Click Overclocking, Intel's latest memory profile technology. It is equipped with a power management IC and features on-die error correction code (ECC) for more reliable and efficient power usage, providing greater performance and more stable computing. Worthy of its namesake, the mighty VULCAN DDR5 will transform your desktop PC and take it to the next level.



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