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Intel Patches All Recent CPUs, Promises Hardware Fixes For Upcoming 8th Gen Chips

Intel announced today in a blog post that it has made Spectre and Meltdown patches available for all processors it has launched in the last five years.

be quiet! Straight Power 11 1000W

be quiet! recently released its Straight Power 11 line, which consists of six models. In this review, we're evaluating the 1kW flagship sporting an 80 PLUS Gold certification.

Romer-G Goes Linear: Logitech’s Latest Mechanical Keyboard Switches

Logitech has a new switch, a new keyboard, new lighting technology, and a new speaker system.

Arctic Freezer 33 TR CPU Cooler Review: Breezy & Quiet...for Threadripper?

Arctic's striking $39 aircooler has fine build quality and surprisingly quiet performance, and it can even cover the bulk of the TR4-socket AMD Threadripper.

Samsung Power Outage Kills 3.5% Of Global Flash For March

Lights out at Samsung's Pyeongtaek fab hurts global flash output for March. Prices could increase in the short term.

Auto-Resolution Scaling Keeps First-Gen 'VR Ready' PCs Relevant

Valve released a new update for the SteamVR Beta that enables dynamic resolution scaling to utilize your GPU's resources more efficiently.

Cougar Releases Panzer Evo Full-Tower Chassis

This full tower strikes a balance between distinctive styling and the classy but nondescript all-glass design that has become so popular.

WhatsApp Won't Share Data With Facebook Without GDPR Compliance

UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) announced that WhatsApp agreed to commit not to share its users' data with Facebook until it fully complies with EU's upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

CTS Labs Speaks: Why It Blindsided AMD With Ryzenfall And Other Vulnerabilities

CTS Labs told AMD about the vulnerabilities 24 hours before they were revealed to the public. That's clearly not long enough for AMD to address the issues.

Audeze Mobius Features Head Tracking For Deeper Gaming Immersion

Audeze introduced the Mobius 3D audio planar magnetic gaming headphones, which feature spatial tracking and room emulation technologies to immerse you deeper in your gaming experience.

Seagate IronWolf Pro 12TB Review: The Best NAS Drive?

Seagate's upstream 7,200-RPM NAS and server series features RV sensors and supports arrays with up to sixteen drives.

Report Claims AMD Ryzen, EPYC CPUs Contain 13 Security Flaws (Updated)

CTS-Labs, an Israel-based security company, claims to have discovered 13 critical security vulnerabilities in AMD's Ryzen and EPYC processors.

Gigabyte Aero 15X Max-Q Gaming Laptop Review: The Best Max-Q Laptop Yet

With a superb screen and a solid build, the Aero 15X offers a competitive edge in the increasingly competitive Max-Q laptop market.

SteelSeries Arctis Pro Series Headsets Have A Built-In Mixing Feature

SteelSeries released a new series of gaming headsets called the Arctis Pro. They come in three versions--two wired and one wireless. All feature a number of digital innovations, such as built-in mixing and DTS Headphone: X v2.0.

Flipside Studio Promises An Easy Way To Create Animated VR Shows

Campfire Union's Flipside Studio takes the difficulty and complexity out of 3D animation and opens the door for homebrew cartoon creation.

Amazon Leaks Four New Coffee Lake CPUs

These dual-core parts, some of which have hyperthreading, are meant to compete in the sub-$100 price bracket.

Breaking Down The New Security Flaws In AMD's Ryzen, EPYC Chips

A breakdown of the four main classes of vulnerabilities that CTS-Labs found in AMD's Ryzen and EPYC processors.

Adata Announces XPG SX950U SSD

Adata's gaming product line, XPG, rolls out a new SATA SSD with up to 1TB capacity, 560 MB/s performance, and a five-year warranty.

The Fabled EVGA Z10 Keyboard Is Finally In Mass Production

For years now, EVGA has been teasing a mechanical keyboard called the Z10, but an EVGA rep confirmed on Twitter that the device is “coming soon,” and more to the point, is currently in mass production.

FSP's Latest Mid-Tower Cases Have A Mirror Floor-Plate

FSP announced two new mid-tower cases: the CMT330 and the CMT520. Both are cleanly styled, but the latter trades some practicality for a more premium aesthetic, while the former is more functionality-focused.

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