7nm looks better than expected
According to our sources, AMD already has its 7nm Navi-based graphics card up and running in its lab, and the 7nm GPU looks good.
The brand is coming back
According to rumors floating around, Asus will be returning its ROG Strix brand with the Radeon RX 590 graphics card.
While Founders Edition sells for $599/€629
The least expensive Nvidia RTX 2070 has started selling all around the world and can be yours for as low as $499.99 in the US and €519 in Europe.
Possibly based on a cut-down GP104 GPU
It appears that Gigabyte could be working on a GTX 1060 graphics card that will be equipped with faster GDDR5X memory and a cut down GP104 GPU, and while other specifications are unknown, faster memory could give the GTX 1060 a fighting chance against the upcoming 12nm Polaris-based Radeon RX 590.
The RX 570 with higher clocks
AMD has rather silently introduced a new SKU in China, the Radeon RX 580 2048SP, which is pretty much the Radeon RX 570 but with a slightly higher GPU boost clock.
Spotted in 3DMark database
As we already told you earlier, AMD is gearing up to launch a 12nm Polaris refresh which should bring around 10 to 15 percent improvement, and now it appears it could be called the Radeon RX 590.
Bringing 10 to 15 percent improvement
AMD is gearing up for a slight refresh of its graphics card lineup with a 12nm Polaris GPU, which is likely to bring an improvement of around 10 to 15 percent, mostly thanks to higher clocks.
More details in December
Cloud Imperium Games has released a new trailer for its upcoming Star Citizen: Squadron 42 game, which was originally the single-player mode for the fabled Star Citizen game.
Up to 32GB per DIMM and only for select Asus motherboards
In addition to announcing 16GB 4,800MHz and 32GB 4,500MHz memory kits for Intel Z390 motherboards, G.Skill has also announced a rather interesting Trident Z RGB DC series DDR4 64GB (32GBx2) memory kits based on the "Double Capacity DIMM" technology.
Including the 8-core Core i9-9900K
At its special event "Fall Desktop Launch Event" in New York City, Intel has officially unveiled its new 9th Generation Core CPUs, the six-core Core i5-9600K, eight-core Core i7-9700K, and the flagship eight-core Core i9-9900K. Intel also unveiled the new Z390 chipset, a minor update to the Z370.