Lower clocks and cheaper price but same features
Asus has rather quietly introduced a new Geforce GTX 1080 STRIX A8G graphics card that should end up with somewhat lower clocks but still feature the same custom PCB and excellent DirectCU III cooler with Asus Aura RGB LED lighting.
Officially from Xiaomi
There were plenty of leaks showing a smaller version of the earlier unveiled Xiaomi Mi MIX smartphone but now it appears that such a product does not exist, according to Xiaomi at least.
1080p TN-panel, 240Hz refresh rate and FreeSync support
AOC has announced yet another gaming monitor that will carry the AGON badge and features a 25-inch 1920x1080 TN-panel, 240Hz refresh rate and AMD FreeSync support, the AOC AGON AG251FZ.
The Hitman: Complete First Season game
After giving away Sid Meier's: Civilization VI to fresh buyers of the Radeon RX 480 earlier this week, AMD and its partners have now launched a new promotion, giving a free copy of Hitman: Complete First Season to those that buy the Radeon RX 470.
EVGA and other partners on board
Nvidia has now officially launched its new Hackers Wanted promotion which offers a free copy of Watch Dogs 2 game to those that buy GTX 1080 or GTX 1070 graphics cards as well as notebooks based on those two GPUs.
Reference clocks and 4GB of GDDR5 memory
MSI has unveiled its newest Geforce 10-series graphics card that is actually the first low-profile GTX 1050 Ti graphics card.
With the new RX 470 Red Dragon V2 4GB
Powercolor has unveiled a new Radeon RX 470 4GB graphics card, the Powercolor RX 470 Red Dragon V2, which is also the cheapest Radeon RX 470 4GB currently selling at Newegg.com for US $159.99.
With new Geforce 375.95 Hotfix drivers
Nvidia has finally fixed VRAM issues noticed on some Pascal GPU-based graphics cards with the recently released Geforce 375.86 WHQL driver, by releasing the new Geforce 375.95 Hotfix driver.
For small and medium enterprises
Following the launch of the consumer-class IronWolf and SkyHawk HDDs earlier, Seagate has now launched its IronWolf Pro series for small and medium enterprises, including the 10TB version as the flagship offer.
Plenty of good things but some bad as well
Xiaomi certainly made a lot of noise with its impressive concept Mi Mix smartphone with an almost edge-less design and now it has been officially reviewed by Arstechnica and compared to some of the high end smartphones on the market, like the iPhone 7, Galaxy S7 and Google Pixel.