But most GPUs are sold to miners
Lisa Su was asked at Q2'17 investors conference call about the mining market and she was brave enough to say that the company didn’t plan its financials on the mining market boom. This sales tsunami did give AMD a great quarter, but at the expense that plucky gamers could not buy any cards.
25-inchers with Nvidia G-Sync and AMD FreeSync
In addition to the new Alienware Area-51 desktop systems which will be equipped with both Intel Core-X and AMD Threadripper CPUs, Dell has unveiled a two matching 25-inch Alienware gaming monitors with 240Hz refresh rate and support for either Nvidia G-Sync or AMD FreeSync, depending on the model.
Better than ordinary PCs
Grey box shifter Dell said that global demand for gaming PCs is heating up and the boom will continue over the next five years.
Tenkeyless keyboard with Cherry MX switches
G.Skill has unveiled its first tenkeyless gaming keyboard with Cherry MX mechanical switches, the Ripjaws KM560 MX.
Coming in both wired and wireless versions
Razer said its newest Lancehead gaming mouse will be available in both wired and wireless versions as well as promising some rather impressive features.
With Romer-G mechanical switches
Logitech has announced yet another member of its Logitech G mechanical gaming keyboard lineup, the Logitech G413.
Coming with 120Hz G-Sync display and GTX 1060
While its 17-inch SC17 gaming notebook has been getting hardware updates, EVGA has now once again teased its smaller 15-inch SC15 gaming notebook that has been showcased at CES 2017 show in January.
Drops price on previous SC17 model
EVGA has announced an updated version of its high-end gaming notebook, the SC17, which will now include an option with a 17.3-inch 4K/UHD screen with Nvidia G-Sync technology.
With Romer-G switches
Logitech said it has a new mechanical gaming keyboard aimed at eSports professionals as well as gamers that are looking for a compact keyboard with performance mechanical switches, the Logitech G Pro.
Plenty of 3D immersion in film and gaming entertainment
Back in October, Sony became the first console manufacturer to introduce its own virtual reality headset for the masses, complete with the industry’s highest refresh rate and a decent handful of games available at launch.