Support for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and some game improvements
Nvidia has rolled out its latest Geforce 364.72 WHQL drivers which bring support for Oculus Rift and an improved experience for HTC Vive, as well as some improvements in current and upcoming games.
Windforce 2X cooler and factory-overclock
Gigabyte has launched a new Geforce GTX 960 graphics card as a part of its Xtreme Gaming lineup, the GV-N960XTREME-4GD, featuring a custom design with Windforce 2X cooler as well as a high factory-overclock.
Based on C236 chipset and with DDR4 ECC memory support
Gigabyte has launched its new motherboard base on Intel's C236 chipset which comes with support for both Intel's Xeon E3-1200 V5 CPUs as well as DDR4 ECC memory.
Ambidextrous wireless gaming mouse
Logitech has announced its newest "professional grade" ambidextrous wireless mouse, the G900 Chao Spectrum, coming with optical 12,000 DPI sensor, RGB lighting, mechanical pivot button design and a US $149.99/€179 price tag.
More to come
Electronic Arts has added Titanfall to the list of games available on Origin Access.
Lower CPU clock as well
It appears that the new Apple 9.7-inch iPad Pro is quite different from its 12.9-inch counterpart as it not only comes with 2GB of RAM, same as the new iPhone SE and iPad Air 2, but also has a lower CPU clock.
PM871a as well
Samsung unveiled quite a few new OEM-based SSDs at the Samsung 2016 SSD Forum in Japan, including new SATA-based 2.5-inch CM871a and PM871a value-oriented SSD based on the new MAIA controller.
With new ray tracing benchmarks and Vulkan API support
FinalWire has released a new version of its AIDA64 system information and benchmark software, which has several new features and improvements, including new ray tracing benchmarks and support the Vulkan API.
Brings new gameplay recording features
AMD has launched a new version of its Gaming Evolved client bringing several new features which are mostly focused on gameplay recording.
Same Apple A9X SoC, 4GB of RAM and True-Tone display
Apple has unveiled the new iPad Pro using the same SoC as the previously available 12.9-inch iPad Pro, but behind a smaller 9.7-inch 2048x1536 IPS True-Tone display.