Kaby Lake CPU, 4K touchscreen and 1TB SSD options
Razer has announced its updated Blade notebook that will now get a quad-core Kaby Lake CPU with DDR4-2400 memory support, a 4K touchscreen and up to 1TB of SSD storage as an option.
For Sniper Elite 4, For Honor and Halo Wars 2
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 378.66 Game Ready driver, which brings all the necessary optimizations for a couple of new and upcoming games as well as a couple of other new features and fixes.
Ready for Sniper Elite 4 and For Honor
AMD has released its newest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.2.1 beta driver which brings performance optimizations and support for Sniper Elite 4 and For Honor as well as a couple of fixes and performance and stability improvements.
The Core i7-7740K and Core i5-7640K
There have been quite a few rumors floating around that Intel is hard at work in preparing a response to AMD's upcoming Zen-based Ryzen CPUs and it appears that these will not be Kaby Lake-S CPUs but rather the new Kaby Lake-X CPUs, the Core i7-7740K and the Core i5-7640K.
Kaby Lake paired up with AMD GPU
It appears that rumors regarding an Intel CPU with AMD integrated GPU are now heating up and that we might just see such CPU this year.
Shows 17 different SKUs
A leak showing a full AMD Ryzen CPU lineup has leaked online, showing a total of 17 different SKUs as well as the new naming scheme that suggests AMD might rename its CPU lineup to match those of graphics cards and SSDs.
The Geforce 376.80 Beta
Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 376.80 Beta driver that fixes some bugs with games that support Vulkan API.
8-core chip can be split
It appears that earlier rumors that AMD Ryzen lineup might not include a 6-core SKU were a bit off, as, according to fresh information, those are indeed real and should be coming soon.
Fixing issues with Minecraft
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce 378.57 hotfix driver, which fixes some bugs in Minecraft and similar games.
Ryzen in Q1 and Vega in Q2
AMD has announced its Q4 financial results reporting a revenue of US $1.11 billion and an operating loss of three million dollars, which is still way better than financial analysts expected and has once again confirmed that both Ryzen CPUs and Vega-based GPUs are on track.