Fixes GTX 1080 fan issues and brings optimal experience for Mirror's Edge
Nvidia has released its newest graphics card drivers which are not only Game Ready drivers for the new Mirror's Edge Catalyst game but also bring support for Geforce GTX 1070 which should launch in a few days and fix the GTX 1080 Founders Edition fan issues.
For Geforce GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 graphics cards
EVGA also brought its own custom SLI High-Bandwidth (HB) bridges to Computex 2016 show.
Not including the GTX 1070 Founders Edition
MSI has apparently prepared a total of four different custom GTX 1070 graphics cards, including a hybrid cooled GTX 1070 Sea Hawk.
Coming in 650W to 1000W with 80 Plus Titanium
At the Computex 2016 show in Taiwan, Seasonic has officially announced its new flagship Prime series that will be available with both 80 Plus Titanium and 80 Plus Platinum efficiency rating.
New concept case that is literaly packed with features
EVGA already showed its concept PC case back at CES 2016 show in January and has brought it to Computex 2016 as well, but now with the new DG-87 name.
With TR150, VT180 and RD400 SSDs
Although there were no new products, OCZ took an opportunity to show its new Toshiba-OCZ branded SSD lineup at Computex 2016, showing both the new VT180 and TR150 SSDs and the recently launched high-end RD400 series SSDs.
Coming in PCIe/NVMEe, SATA and M.2 and 2.5-inch form-factors
Micron has announced its first client- and OEM-oriented solid-state drives based on 3D NAND, the Micron 1100 and Micron 2100 series.
New Vengeance LED series and Dominator Platinum
Corsair brought plenty of products to Computex 2016 show including a couple of new memory kits, especially the Vengeance LED series and the new Dominator Platinum memory kits.
Updated: Polaris GPU, Bristol Ridge APU and possible Zen
The live stream for AMD's Computex 2016 event has just gone live and we are certainly looking forward to see what AMD has prepared.
Reports suggest US $199 price tag
Just a couple of hours ahead of AMD's Polaris Computex 2016 event an alleged Radeon RX 480 slide has found its way online as well as some more information suggesting that the first Polaris-based graphics card could launch with a rather surprising US $199 price tag.