A New Generation Ascended: X570 Motherboards

From MSI Press Release: MSI proudly announces brand new AMD AM4 motherboards with X570 chipsets. This platform generation is built up with high-performance features for enthusiasts and tailor-made for demanding content creators. Integration with the latest technology allow these motherboards to deliver maximum performance and generate immersive experiences.

MSI Rolls Out New Motherboards & Laptops

From MSI Press Release: MSI today announces the new X570 motherboards, high-end gamer-centric MEG X570 GODLIKE and PRESTIGE X570 CREATION for content creators.

"As MSI continues its dominance with gaming rosters, we go beyond the boundaries of gaming and show our strength in new lineups" said Sam Chern, MSI Marketing VP, "It's what drives MSI's exponential growth and continues to make us a leader in the PC industry."

Thermaltake A700 Aluminum Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Chassis Joins The A Series Chassis Family

From Thermaltake Press Release: Thermaltake is excited to announce the new member of Thermaltake A Series chassis- Thermaltake A700 Aluminum Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Chassis. From the success of Thermaltake A500 Aluminum Tempered Glass Edition Mid Tower Chassis, Thermaltake takes this case to the next level and creates A700 Aluminum TG. Constructed with a sleek aluminum front panel, A700 Aluminum TG comes in two 5mm tempered glass panels while A500 Aluminum TG has two 4mm tempered glass panels.

Apple refreshes the iPod touch with the iPhone 7’s processor

From The Verge: iPod touch fans, your day has finally come. Apple just announced an updated version of the iPod touch that bumps up the processor to an A10 Fusion chip (for reference, that’s the same one that’s found in the iPhone 7) along with a new 256GB storage option.

It’s the first update to Apple’s iPod product since the sixth-generation iPod touch was released in July 2015. Aside from those two changes, it appears that Apple is leaving the rest of the iPod touch alone: it has the same bezeled 4-inch display, home button, and cameras.

Alienware Levels Up: First Look at the Redesigned 2019 m15 and m17

From PC Mag: Among Dell's many Computex announcements today come two completely redesigned Alienware laptops. The m15 and m17 have been offered in years past as more portable, but still powerful, gaming options, and now they've been rebuilt from the ground up.

Steelseries Apex Pro keyboard's switches autoadjust for hard or soft touch

From CNET: Sometimes you need to pound and sometimes you need a light touch. Steelseries has developed new mechanical switches that can automatically change the amount of pressure required to register a press depending upon what you're doing, such as gaming or working, and used them in its new Apex Pro and Apex Pro TKL keyboards.

AMD Unveils 5 Third-Gen Ryzen CPUs, Including 12-Core Flagship

From Tom's Hardware: AMD fired off the first salvo of its third-gen Ryzen lineup today at Computex 2019 as it revealed five new CPU models that range from Ryzen 5 with six cores and 12-threads for $199 up to a Ryzen 9 3900X with 12 cores and 24 threads for $499. To go with the new processors, which arrive on July 7th (7/7 for 7nm) the company also unveiled its new X570 chipset.

NZXT Refreshes the Award-Winning H-Series

From NZXT Press Release: NZXT announces today the successors to its award-winning H-Series PC cases. There will be six new models in the refreshed H Series. The H210, H210i, H510, H510i, H710, and H710i further the legacy of the original H-Series by keeping features beloved by builders while adding new ones.

Cooler Master Announces New Peripherals at Computex

From Cooler Master Press Release: Cooler Master announces its new lineup of wireless peripherals and ultra-lightweight mouse at Computex 2019.

“Showcasing this new wireless lineup at Computex reflects the Cooler Master commitment to bring high-performing and innovative products to gamers and creative pros of all levels.” says Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager.

AMD’s Navi GPU is coming to PCs this July as the Radeon RX 5700 series

From The Verge: Slowly but surely, it feels like AMD is tracking towards building a graphics card that can truly compete with Nvidia for your high-end gaming dollars, and hopes are pinned on Navi — the next-gen graphics architecture that got a substantial vote of confidence when Sony chose it for the upcoming PS5 game console.

But Navi is coming to PCs too, and the company has just revealed when and where: a new desktop GPU family called the AMD Radeon RX 5700 series, coming this July. That’s the word from the company’s Computex 2019 keynote in Taipei this evening.


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