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Computex 2011 roundup

Posted on Sunday, June 05 2011 @ 22:55:38 CEST by


Post Computex 2011 - Part 1
Computex 2011 just wrapped up a successful 5 day run, and we were back in Taiwan again to bring you news of some of the latest products hitting the market this year. There is a lot to look at and we're sure there will be something interesting that will catch your eyes, so read on and join in on what you think about this year's Computex 2011.



COMPUTEX 2011 – MSI GT780R Notebook Ups Your Game
Got game? Want more game? MSI is catering to the gaming enthusiasts out there with the MSI GT780R, a gaming notebook with some serious horsepower to back up its serious personality.



Asrock reveals X79 design – world awaits benchmarks
It’s been a good many years since Intel first unloaded an Extreme version of its high-end processor into the face of a waiting world. Computex 2011 saw preparations for the next generation in full swing. KitGuru’s cameras swung by the Asrock stand to see if there had been any fatalities. So to speak.



MSI launches world’s first PCI-Express 3 mainboard
While the race to release the world’s first PCI-Express 3 graphic card is underway in the background, MSI has beaten its rivals to the punch with the world’s first mainboard to support Intel’s new industry standard. KitGuru gets happy with the snappy.
Thermaltake prepares Taiwanese sandwich? Frio Extreme
Computex 2011 saw a lot of emphasis on new, high-end coolers. This will almost certainly be tied into Intel’s upcoming socket 2011 products which, if clocked correctly, should make every chip that’s gone before look positively ordinary. So what’s Thermaltake been up to?



 



 

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