GAMDIAS is a fairly new player in the market for PC components. They've always been into peripherals but they're expanding to other markets like gaming chairs and now, PC components. Introducing the GAMDIAS CYCLOPS X1-1200W-P, a 1200W fully modular power supply with RGB all over it.
Ah, SSDs. I think everyone knows what it is now, and experienced the benefits of having them in your system. Seriously SSDs are already a fantastic upgrade - but since when is that enough? Introducing the new Plextor M8Se NVMe series of SSDs.
AMD's brand new AM4 chipset of processors are aptly named Ryzen, and that makes sense considering what a big comeback AMD made with their top-tier Ryzen 7 processors. Now, they're announcing the Ryzen 5 family of processors, with prices starting from RM819 only.
When it comes to the challenge of creating a tiny little cooler for tiny little builds, it's always C-type CPU coolers like the Noctua NH-L12. But there are alternatives, right? Like the Noctua NH-U9S? Well, I guess we'll find out here.
As you might have known, the NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti has just announced a week ago - and holy moly everyone got excited about it. There are a lot of GTX 1080 Ti announced by other manufacturers too, and ASUS is one of them, announcing two different flavours of the GTX 1080 Ti - the ROG Strix GeForce 1080 Ti & Turbo GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.
While Computex is happening today, Kingston announced their brand new KC1000 M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD ahead of time. The Kingston KC1000 does offer something special for those who are willing to pay the price for it - and here's what it does.
Cooler Master has been hard at work at creating the latest and greatest PC case for the longest of time. Take a look at the classic ATCS 840, Cosmos II, and also the CM 690 series - they're fantastic. In the recent years, Cooler Master redefined itself with the Master-something mantra. Now, they've returned with a brand new announcement - the MasterBox Lite 5.
NVMe SSDs are becoming more and more common. CPU and motherboard manufacturers know this and hence the one big argument that says Threadripper wins X299 is the PCIe lane counts directly to the CPU. We won't get into that for this review, but let's take a look at the Plextor M8Se NVMe SSD - specifically the 256GB Plextor M8SeGN, the one that I have here. It's an M.2 form factor NVMe SSD and no heatsink.