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AMD has released more details regarding its upcoming desktop ‘Kaveri’ APU lineup, including the flagship called A10-7850K and a launch date of January 14th. Current FM2+ motherboards including the ASUS FM2+ A88X and A55 chipset motherboards are already ready for it!
The new R9 270 is a custom designed DirectCU II card, with its upgraded dual-fan cooler that’s up to 20% lower temp and 3x quieter than reference, in addition to Super Alloy Components that can extend the lifetime up to 2.5x. See the full spec inside.
Proving that it is definitely the best gaming notebook in its class, ASUS ROG G750JH managed to get a perfect 9.5 score at Danish site Tweak.dk, which only had praise about its 3D 120Hz LCD screen, a design concentrated around the gamer, excellent SonicMaster sound engine and very impressive performance in almost every game they have tested.
NVIDIA has once again showed off its new G-SYNC technology on ASUS VG248QE monitors during BlizzCon 2013. Running Starcraft side-by-side on a monitor with V-Sync and one running with G-SYNC, it was pretty clear the G-SYNC was providing much smoother gameplay.
We already had a chance to show you the new ASUS Republic of Gamers Rampage IV Black Edition motherboard in full details, we are now proud to announce that the new flagship E-ATX form-factor ASUS ROG Rampage IV Black Edition is officially launched and available in retail/e-tail shops.
With the GTX 780 Ti, Nvidia has launched its full GK110 core with 2880 CUDA cores. Featuring 3GB of 7GHz GDDR5 memory and a 928MHz (boosted) core speed, the fight for the king of the ring is as hot as ever!
AMD has just today launched its R9 290 graphics card. If you wanted a new Hawaii cored GPU with benefits like TrueAudio, but can’t quite afford the full-fat R9 290X, then cast an eye over this one instead. The ASUS R9 290 includes GPU Tweak with new online game streaming.
It’s already been widely known, that AMD’s next-generation APU’s will hit the shelves in February next year. Nevertheless the company decided to officially “launch” these upcoming chips at the APU’13 event, which is going to take place on November 11th. This step from AMD comes as quite a surprise and hopefully we all get a glimpse at the performance of these things.