Dies are there but can't be enabled
There has been a lot of noise generated regarding the recent discovery that AMD Threadripper CPUs actually have four dies and not two dies and two "substrates" as it was originally believed but, according to AMD's James Prior, these are inactive dies and there is no way to enable them.
Standalone VRM board
EVGA has now officially launched the fifth generation of its EPOWER board, a standalone VRM board that provides additional power for graphics cards and motherboards.
With GTX 1070 or 1060 graphics cards
Zotac has unveiled its newest Magnus EK and ER series compact PCs that will be powered by a wide range of Intel Core and AMD Ryzen CPUs as well as its own GTX 1070 or GTX 1060 graphics cards.
Fastest ever 2x8GB kit running at 4,600MHz CL19
Corsair has unveiled its latest and fastest 16GB DDR4 Vengeance LPX memory kit that will work at 4,600MHz.
Possibly a new color option
OnePlus has sent out invites for its event that will be held on September 19th in Paris, where the company is expected to unveil a new, special edition, of the OnePlus 5 smartphone.
To counter AMD's RX Vega
According to the newest leak, Nvidia may be working on a GTX 1070 Ti, which could put a lot of pressure on AMD's RX Vega lineup.
With A11 Bionic chip, wireless charging and more
Although the iPhone X was obviously the star of the show, Apple has also unveiled its new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus smartphones, both featuring the fancy new 64-bit A11 Bionic chip, new camera(s) and an "all-new" design.
Smaller 18:9 screen and Snapdragon 835 SoC
Just a day ahead of Apple's big unveil, Xiaomi has decided to launch a plethora of new products including the flagship bezel-less Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 smartphone with 5.99-inch FHD+ screen and Snapdragon 835 SoC.
More cores and higher price tag
There have been plenty of Intel Coffee Lake leaks recently which point out that the October 5 launch date rumors are right on the money and the recent one reveals possible prices of three SKUs in Europe.
Running at 4600MHz CL19
G.Skill has unveiled its latest extreme performance Trident Z memory kit which comes in 16GB (2x8GB) capacity and working at 4600MHz and CL19 latency.