With 4GB of High-Bandwidth Memory and 4096 SPs
According to a fresh set of rumors, it appears that we might see AMD's next-generation Radeon R9 380X, based on Fiji XT GPU, as early as Q2 2015.
GM200-400 GPU pictured in detail
While we wait for the official launch of the new Nvidia Geforce GTX 960, which should happen in a couple of days according to the latest rumors, we now have what appear to be first pictures of the new GTX Titan graphics card from Nvidia.
16GB memory kits at 3200MHz and 3400MHz
G.Skill has released its two new Ripjaws 4 DDR4 16GB memory kits that will feature high 3200MHz and 3400MHz frequency as well as be bundled with G.Skill's Turbulence III memory fans.
Now with AiO hybrid liquid+air cooler
In addition to the Geforce GTX 980 Classified K|NGP|N Edition, EVGA showed off the new GTX 980 Hydro Copper graphics card at CES 2015 in Las Vegas.
GM206 GPU with 1024 CUDA cores
Just a week ahead of the rumored official launch scheduled for January 22nd, we now have the first leaked slides showing most of the specifications of Nvidia's upcoming Geforce GTX 960 graphics card based on the GM206 Maxwell GPU.
Looks impressive running at CES
We had a chance to meet up with EVGA at CES 2015 and check out the latest and upcoming products, including the new EVGA GTX 980 Classified K|NGP|N Edition graphics card.
The Radeon R9 380X coming with HBM
New evidence coming from two LinkedIn profiles of AMD employees suggest that AMD's upcoming Radeon R9 380X graphics card which is expected to be based on the Fiji GPU will actually use High-Bandwidth Memory.
Still no availability date
While the 2.5-inch form-factor 850 EVO SSD from Samsung is already available and quite popular, it appears that Samsung is also working on a couple of other form-factors, including mSATA and M.2, based on the same design.
On Asus Rampage V Extreme motherboard
G.Skill was quite keen to announced that its DDR4 module managed to set a new frequency DDR4 memory record with a 4255MHz frequency at CL 18-18-18 latencies.
With RealKey Technology
Cherry, the company best known for its wide choice of mechanical keyboard switches which are now pretty much in every gaming keyboard on the market, has unveiled its latest keyboard under its own brand, the MX Board 6.0, which will use the latest keyboard switches from the company, an all-metal design as well as the new RealKey Technology.