PAX East 2014 in Boston, Booth #280, Kingston announces HyperX FURY memory as the replacement for the HyperX blu memory line. "The new, next-generation high-performance memory offers automatic overclocking with an asymmetric, aggressive heatspreader design for the ultimate cost-efficient enthusiast computer experience." Kingston, also announced that they will also be adding the HyperX FURY SSDs, that is also designed for entry-level gamers and enthusiasts who want to get into the game quicker.See More
Apacer announces two ultra slim SSDs: JEDEC MO-297-compliant SFD 18S6 and MO-300-compliant mSATA A1. The small size equipped with SATA 3.0 high-speed transmission interface, along with the products’ features of low power consumption, durability and high performance, will become the necessary storage solution for the rise of the new mobility devices.See More
MSI will be showcasing it's killer line-up of gaming products, including the highly anticipated GS60 Ghost gaming notebook with 3K display, the gaming All-In-One PCs with industry-leading Anti-Flicker and Less Blue Light technologies, and the Nightblade Gaming Barebones PCs. "From April 11th to 13th at Booth #392 in the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, visitors can experience next generation gaming and have the opportunity to win daily prizes, including gaming laptop, motherboards, graphics cards and fully-built gaming desktop systems." See More
ASUS announces R9 295X2, a brand-new high-performance graphics card powered by dual AMD Radeon™ R9 series graphics-processing units (GPUs) and equipped with a highly-efficient, hybrid liquid / air cooling system.Fitted with 8GB of super-fast GDDR5 video memory, R9 295X2 exclusively benefits from GPU Tweak — the real-time tuning tool that’s available only to ASUS customers.See More
Just check around any tech enthusiast community such as this one, and it's a pretty safe bet, that there will likely be a discussion about liquid cooling. Yep! AiO's versus open loops,radiator sizes, GPU cooling,cooling blocks, fittings, water cooling additives, personal preferences, this OEM, that brand, these fans, those fans, etc. But what about, when it comes to supercooling the supercomputers and data centers of today and tomorrow?