The GTX 1080 Ti and plenty more
Nvidia UK has released a neat teaser that suggests that something big will be coming at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 which opens its doors on January 5th.
Better overclocking than Skylake
While it might not be interesting for an average consumer, Intel's upcoming 7th generation Core Kaby Lake CPU series might be quite popular with overclockers as it is much better overclocker than Skylake and manages to hit a stable 7GHz overclock.
Teasing its new 10nm SoC
Judging by the latest teaser, Qualcomm will reveal more information on its 10nm Snapdragon 835 SoC at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in Las Vegas, kicking off on January 5th.
Coming in M.2 form-factor
PNY has unveiled its new consumer-oriented CS2030 series of NVMe SSDs, coming in capacities of up to 480GB and sequential performance of up to 2750MB/s.
For one quad-core cluster
Huawei's own Kirin 960 SoC, which powered both the Mate 9 and the Mate 9 Pro smartphones, was quite a piece of tech but the upcoming Kirin 970 will be even more impressive, with cores running as high as 3.0GHz.
Chris Roberts says cloud computing is the way to go
Cloud Imperium Games has announced that it has switched from Crytek's CryEngine to Amazon's Lumberyard game engine for its anticipated crowdfunded Star Citizen and Squadron 42 games.
Based on 15nm Toshiba TLC NAND
Plextor has announced that it will be showing both the final version of its M8Se performance mainstream SSD as well as future SSDs based on 3D NAND flash at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in Las Vegas.
To be revealed at CES 2017
It appears that Futuremark will reveal a couple of new tests that will be a part of its 3DMark benchmark and take advantage of both DirectX 12 as well as Vulkan API.
Fixing issues with Folding@Home
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 376.48 Hotfix drivers which addresses several known problems including bugs seen with Folding@Home well as a couple of games.
Coming at CES 2017
Corsair will be following the recent trend of including RGB LEDs on almost every piece of computer hardware by launching its new Vengeance RGB DDR4 memory that will probably be announced at the CES 2017 show.