For those who are focusing on the PC market a lot for the past few weeks - we all know that the all new AMD Ryzen is here. The hype train was certainly not disappointed, but there are obviously haters who claims that Ryzen is a failure just because it's not "optimized for gaming". Now, AMD proves the haters wrong. Let's take a look at how AMD shows the haters they're wrong.
In the market today, there are a lot of external hard disks available. They're made by a multitude of manufacturers, and they're offered in a variety of flavors - and each of these flavors have their own specialty too. We've seen the Transcend StoreJet 25H3 here, but this new StoreJet 25C3 is certainly a reimagining of how an external hard disk should look like.
We all know how gaming is a big thing now, don't we? eSports, gaming gears, and all those things are now flooding the market like never before! Gaming monitors, on the other hand, were around us since the early days of PC gaming. I mean more than 10 years. Since then, many new display technologies were introduced, and thus we have the AOC AGON AG322FCX gaming monitor.
Philips is probably the one brand that many people wouldn't be thinking about when it comes to PC monitors. Even I don't - but Philips Monitor want to change that, and that's why they're bringing in 3 new monitors into the Malaysian market this April 2017.
Know what's AMD Naples? Well, I'm quite sure that most of us here have at least heard of the name. It's AMD's codename for their new server processor. AMD promises two things with their Naples lineup - the first one is innovation, and the second one is choice.
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.
So if you don't already know, the Cooler Master's lineup of computer cases has this new streamlined design. It's sleek, to say the least. But that doesn't stop MSI from getting a partnership with Cooler Master to create the MasterBox 5 MSI Dragon Edition, a much hotter edition of the original case.
It's funny to see what dropped into our email just now - a press release regarding the AMD Ryzen! Not just the typical "Ryzen is here" that everyone has been posting, but regarding the AMD Ryzen 5. This is the processor series that I'm certain that most people are aiming for.