Shorter PCB and new cooler
While there is still no official confirmation that GTX 1070 Ti is a real thing, recent leaks as well as a fresh picture of Gigabyte's GTX 1070 Ti Gaming shows that we are drawing closer to the launch date.
A minor factory overclock
Asus was one of the first AIB partners that announced custom Radeon RX Vega graphics cards but now that the specifications are finally out, it appears that RX Vega 64 does not have a lot of room for a factory overclock.
Quad-core CPU with Radeon Vega M graphics
According to a leak coming directly from HP's datasheet, AMD Zen-based APUs are just around the corner with Ryzen 5 2500U APU that comes with a quad-core CPU part and Radeon Vega M graphics.
Support for FHD+ displays and Quick Charge 4
At its 4G/5G Summit, currently held in Hong Kong, Qualcomm also unveiled its newest Snapdragon 636 SoC, a mid-range chipset with octa-core Kryo 260 CPU part, Adreno 509 GPU, support for FHD+ displays, X12 LTE modem and Quick Charge 4.
Better support for future CPUs
According to the latest report, it appears that AMD is hard at work on its new AGESA 188.8.131.52 update which should pave the way for upcoming AM4 processors, like the Raven Ridge APUs and the Pinnacle Ridge CPUs.
Four modules based on Samsung B-die ICs
G.Skill has shown off its latest quad-channel memory kit that will be a part of the Trident Z RGB series and run at 4266MHz.
With a triple-fan cooler
MSI unveiled its newest GTX 1080 Ti Gaming Trio graphics card series, which will feature a custom PCB and a whole new triple fan cooling "solution".
Just a day after the latest Razer teaser, which suggests that something special will be announced on November 1st, the alleged smartphone has been spotted on GFXBench with some rather impressive specifications.
Possible "gaming smartphone" in the making
Razer has been building hype for its big announcement that will take place on November 1st, with the recent tease showing a man holding what appears to be a smartphone.
Based on 3D TLC NAND and TC58NC1010 controller
Toshiba has unveiled its new TR200 SSD series which comes in 240GB, 480GB and 960GB capacities and is based on 64-layer BiCS3 3D TLC NAND and the TC58NC1010 controller.