Sabrent announces their DDR5-4800 SODIMM sticks with capacities up to 32GB
Intel's 700-series chipset could have the favor of the entry-level market with Intel continuing to support DDR4 into next-generation with Raptor Lake.
Reviews of the Intel Arc A380 graphics card are showing some disparity between synthetic benchmarks and actual in-game results. While Intel could be using China as their optimization guinea pig, having a bad rep in such a big market could be fatal for their more high-end cards.
The PCIe 7.0 specification is targeted to support emerging applications such as 800 G Ethernet, AI/ML, Cloud and Quantum Computing; and data-intensive markets like Hyperscale Data Centers, High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Military/Aerospace.
A trio of US senators have voiced their concerns and interest in a unified standard for charging much like the EU's law to make USB Type-C the universal EU standard by 2024. Should the US pass this into law and with USB-C the most viable standard, this could mark the end of manufacturers creating their own charging ports.
Power Limits for the upcoming NVIDIA RTX 40 series cards suggests that the RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 may have a board power limit of 800W (not TGP). Looks like Intel's ATX v3 standard was short by 200W on the connector power limit for single plugs.
CHERRY MX is expanding their MX Ultra Low Profile series (ULP) with a tactile version without the audible click or the equivalent of an MX ULP Brown switch
AMD's new GPU line-up could make their debut around late October, in similar vein to the Radeon 6000 before it. The new Radeon RX 7000 GPUs promises around 50% perfomance-per-watt gains versus last-gen and should bring the fight closer to NVIDIA RT crown at better power draws.
HyperX debuts their first true-wireless earbuds which features both 2.4Ghz wireless and Bluetooth support: the HyperX Cloud MIX Buds
Lenovo's new Hungary facility can produce 4,000 workstations and 1,000 servers daily and will serve the EMEA market.
Less performance than the VPR4300 but you get RGB lights!