Augmented reality and the rest
Last week I took the time to go to an IT trade show in Yerevan, Armenia and it almost brought tears to the eyes of a hardened cynical journalist. If you can believe that - and I know you won’t - here's some evidence to put you under my spell.
Part of Asus' Republic of Gamers lineup
ASUS had plenty of new products at the Computex 2016 show, including its version of the external graphics card box which will be a part of the Republic of Gamers (ROG) lineup, the XG Station 2.
First deca-core on the market
Leaks from the Computex show are starting to appear with a Chinese site claiming that Chipzilla will be lifting the kimono on its 14nm Broadwell-e at the show.
Z170 Classified, Z170 FTW and Z170 Stinger
In addition to the new EVGA Geforce GTX 980 Ti Classified Kingpin Edition graphics card, EVGA has also displayed its upcoming Intel Z170 Express chipset based motherboards for Intel 6th generation Skylake CPUs at Computex 2015 show in Taipei.
Custom PCB and full copper cooler
EVGA certainly had a lot to show at Computex 2015 in Taipei, and one of the crown jewels was definitely the new EVGA GTX 980 Ti Classified Kingpin Edition graphics card.
Strapped to R9 290X PCS PCB, at least for now
While it did not have a chance to show the fancy new Fiji GPU graphics card at Computex 2015 show in Taipei, Powercolor certainly had a lot to show and in addition to earlier announced Devil HDX sound card, Powercolor brought the new Devil Hybrid cooler to the show.
Summit Ridge Zen 14nm in 2016
AMD is gearing up to refresh its notebook and desktop APU line-up and to launch a refreshed version of Kaveri.
Planning a spoiler
AMD is expected to show off its latest Radeon card at Computex, but the dark satanic rumour mill suggests that Nvidia has a GeForce GTX 980 Ti spoiler up its sleeve.
Liquid VR and sources offer proof
It has been a while since we saw the first factual proof of the existence of Fiji, the next generation flagship AMD GPU, that will be the first graphics card to come with High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) memory.
Wants a bigger piece of HTPC market