It's possible that NVIDIA will announce its new GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card at the Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco next week.
It’s been a long time coming, but AMD is finally letting the cat out of the bag by revealing the availability and pricing for its top-of-the-line Ryzen CPUs. Hit the link to find out what they are.
ASUS wasted no time in announcing four new AMD AM4 boards for the Ryzen CPUs when they hit stores on March 2.
Intel's new fifth-generation LTE modem, the XMM 7560, supports download speeds of 1Gbps and upload speeds of 225Mbps. Will Apple consider the modem for its next iPhone?
Xiaomi confirmed on Weibo that it will be launching its own mobile processors on February 28.
It seems that the rumors about NVIDIA’s upcoming high-end GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is suggesting that not only will the card be announced during the GDC 2017, but that it will also be seeing an official sell date in March. Hit the link to learn more.
MSI's new series of Aero ITX mini-ITX graphics cards are based on NVIDIA’s Pascal GPU architecture and will offer plenty of power in a small package.
New details about EVGA's iCX cooler, which was first shown off at CES 2017, have emerged. It features a revamped design and nine sensors for more detailed temperature monitoring.
Although AMD’s Ryzen processors may not be due for another month, we may already have an idea of how it performs and costs, thanks to a bunch of leaks over the weekend.
At Intel’s annual Investor Day in California last week, the company confirmed that its 8th-generation microarchitecture will be the fourth generation of chips remain on the 14nm node. Read on to find out more.