The thinnest one yet at 1.1mm
KIOXIA has announced that it has started sampling its 1TB Universal Flash Storage (UFS) ver. 3.1 embedded flash memory devices, which is also the thinnest 1TB UFS offering available at just a 1.1mm high package.
Compact gaming keyboard with HyperX switches
HyperX, previously a gaming division of Kingston Technology and now a part of HP, has announced its Alloy Origins compact gaming keyboard will start shipping in EMEA.
Resizable BAR for Ryzen 3000 with Radeon RX 6000
During its Where Gaming Begins Ep. 3 event, AMD has confirmed it will be officially bringing its Smart Access Memory support to Ryzen 3000 series CPUs.
Maxing out the Navi 22 GPU
AMD has officially announced its fourth Radeon RX 6000 series graphics card, the RDNA2 Navi 22 based Radeon RX 6700 XT which will be priced at $479 SEP.
That did not stop retailers from selling it
Although some retailers have started selling Intel's 11th generation Core desktop CPUs early, Intel has confirmed that the launch date is firmly set for March 30th.
Threadripper PRO now available in retail/e-tail
AMD has announced that its Ryzen Threadripper PRO CPUs are now finally available in retail/e-tail for PC enthusiasts and DIY as opposed to being only available via OEMs and system integrators.
Review roundup: GA106 GPU and 12GB of GDDR6 VRAM for 60FPS+ RT+DLSS
Nvidia has launched its latest Geforce RTX 30 series graphics card, the Geforce RTX 3060. Featuring a GA106 GPU with 3584 CUDA cores and packing 12GB of GDDR6 memory on a 192-bit, all at $329, the Geforce RTX 3060 promises big improvements over the RTX 20 series cards and brings 60FPS+ ray tracing with DLSS in games like Watch Dogs: Legion, Fortnite RT, Cyberpunk 2077, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and others.
AMD Radeon RX 6700 series launch
AMD is gearing up for its next Radeon launch as the company has scheduled its next "Where Gaming Begins Episode 3" event for the 3rd of March. The announcement comes with a short teaser for its next RDNA2-based graphics card.
For a cool $425 million
In a rather surprising move, Kingston has announced that it has sold its HyperX, gaming-oriented peripherals division, to HP. The $425 million deal, which should be finalized in Q2 2021, will give HP the division as well as the brand.