G.SKILL Memory First to Break DDR4 6GHz World Record Speed

From G.Skill Press Release: G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd. is very thrilled to announce a new world record for the fastest memory frequency at DDR4-6016.8MHz, being the first ever to break through the DDR4-6000 barrier. This milestone is set by the Taiwanese professional overclocker, Toppc, using G.SKILL DDR4 Trident Z Royal memory on the latest MSI MPG Z390I GAMING EDGE AC motherboard and Intel® Core™ i9-9900K processor.

Polaroid Originals will launch a photo printer that takes a photo of a photo on your phone

From The Verge: Polaroid Originals announced its first Polaroid printer today — the Polaroid Lab — allowing you to print photos taken on your phone.

SNK Neo Geo Arcade Stick Pro Includes 20 Fighting Games

From PC Mag: Not content with just releasing tiny replica arcade cabinets, SNK has decided to release a new arcade stick, only this one comes with 20 fighting games pre-installed.

It's called the SNK Neo Geo Arcade Stick Pro, and if it sounds familiar that may be because Capcom has already announced a similar product called the Capcom Home Arcade. Unlike Capcom's stick, SNK's is focused purely on fighting games with the 20 included titles as yet to be confirmed.

Apple Store down ahead of iPhone 11 event

From CNET: Brace yourselves, the iPhone 11 is coming -- Apple's online store took its customary nap Tuesday as the company prepares to kick off its Sept. 10 event at 10 a.m. PT at the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple's campus in Cupertino, California. When the store comes back up, we expect to see the three new phone models replacing last year's iPhone XS, XS Max and XR as the company tries its darnedest to convince us to upgrade.

Leaked Google Pixel 4 promo video includes gestures, astrophotography mode, and more

From The Verge: It’s only been a few hours since the last Google Pixel 4 leak, and now what looks like an official promo video has appeared online. Spanish site ProAndroid has obtained a promo video of the Pixel 4, and it appears to confirm gestures, an astrophotography mode, and Google’s nighttime camera improvements.

Nintendo Patents Joy-Cons That 'Bend'

From PC Mag: Nintendo's focus right now is on convincing us all to purchase a Switch Lite on Sept. 20, but its R&D department is always looking to the future, and that future may include bendable Joy-Con controllers.

As Engadget reports, a new patent has appeared at the US Patent Office detailing a game controller invented by Kumpei Fujita for Nintendo. As the diagrams here confirm, this isn't a brand new controller design, but instead an updated version of the Joy-Cons that ship with each Switch.

Microsoft president says US government isn't being open about Huawei ban

From CNET: Microsoft President Brad Smith said in a Bloomberg interview that the Trump administration hasn't provided enough evidence about the national security threat posed by Huawei. Acts like blacklisting the Chinese company shouldn't be taken without a "sound basis in fact, logic, and the rule of law," he said.

When Microsoft asked US lawmakers to explain the threat, they've too vague for Smith's liking -- Huawei is a major customer of his company, since its laptops come with Microsoft's Windows operating system.

FSP Dagger Pro 650W (Page 1 of 4) | Reports

If there is one thing I have trouble with, it is meeting new people. I recently attended my final wedding of this past summer, which happened to be for one of my cousins in Vancouver, British Columbia. Since our family came as out of town people, I just expected to be seated with my parents and the night would be relatively quiet. However, due to some last-minute changes, I ended up sitting at a table with younger people, of which some were family and some were friends. The girl I sat beside was my second cousin, but I had no recollection about her, so it was like we were meeting for the first time. With her being quite a bit more extroverted than me, she decided we should get to know each other by asking each other questions. These were pretty standard questions like favorite color and our area of education, but quickly evolved into more advanced questions, such as our least favorite city visited or vacation preferences. Even so, other than these surface details, I still do not know a whole lot about her. In fact, the biggest thing I took away from that night was that she is good at adding hype to a party, which is something she did for the entire banquet. Two years ago, FSP sent us their SFX power supply in their Dagger 600W. While we may be familiar with its name, today we have the newer FSP Dagger Pro 650W. Does this updated unit deliver on the shortcomings of the original? Is it a reliable unit for your small form factor needs? I guess we can answer these questions by taking a deeper look at this unit, so let us proceed!

Cooler Master MasterCase H100 Review (Page 1 of 4)

If you have been reading my reviews for a while now, you would know that I have and always will enjoy learning and playing instruments. I really enjoy music, especially when I can make it myself. After returning my rental cello, I still wanted to learn or get better at a different instrument, and I thought learning the guitar would be a good option, especially since I had many friends and my father who played and could give me tips. I knew I should have waited a bit to practice a bit before buying a guitar, but I also was really itching to obtain the instrument too. When I first started looking, I was conflicted between what guitar size I should get. For guitars, I had the choice between the smaller auditorium or the full-sized dreadnought. I like the slimmer body of the auditorium and since I do not exactly have the longest arm, I thought this would be a better option. However, this changed when I went into a guitar store to try both. While it was true the smaller guitar option was easier to handle, the larger dreadnought produced a much richer sound. In the end, I ended up going with the larger size, because it was the sound that I enjoyed. When it comes to computers nowadays, we have three distinct sizes, but at the bigger end we have the full-sized ATX experience, while the mini ITX sits at the smaller size. With motherboards and graphics cards available in both the larger and smaller size, power does not need to be limited to a larger enclosure. Today's case, the Cooler Master MasterCase H100, is aimed at the smaller end, so how does it perform? Is it capable of concealing a powerful yet unassuming build? Let us read on to find out!

Thermaltake Launches TOUGHRAM RGB DDR4 Memory Series 3600MHz | 3200MHz | 3000MHz 16GB

From Thermaltake Press Release: Thermaltake today announced the release of the Thermaltake TOUGHRAM RGB DDR4 Memory Series, comes with the frequencies of 3,600MHz, 3,200MHz and 3,000MHz 8x2 GB modules. As the first Thermaltake gaming memory product, it aims to deliver outstanding performance for gaming enthusiasts.


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