Shortly after Geforce 388.10 Hotfix
Shortly after it published the Geforce 388.10 Hotfix driver, Nvidia has also released the Geforce 388.13 WHQL driver which brings support for the GTX 1070 Ti graphics card and is also a Game Ready driver with optimizations for Call of Duty: WWII, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Need for Speed Payback and Nioh: Complete Edition.
Fixes bugs with Destiny 2 and new Wolfenstein
AMD has released its latest Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10.3 driver which fixes some problems for RX Vega graphics cards and Destiny 2 and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus games.
One way or the other
By now, it is obvious that Nvidia has placed a block on GTX 1070 Ti factory-overclocking for its partners, but it appears that partners are finding different solutions to get their factory-overclocked versions to the market, one way or another.
Slipping and sliding
Apple has finally opened up pre-orders for its iPhone X which will be available in over 50 countries and territories but the shipping date has already moved to December.
Standard, SC Black Edition, SC Hybrid and FTW2
Following the official launch of the Geforce GTX 1070 Ti, EVGA has unveiled its lineup which includes a total of four different versions, including the standard one, SC Black Edition, SC Hybrid and the flagship FTW2 Edition.
Ryzen 7 2700U and Ryzen 5 2500U chips
AMD has now made its Mobile Ryzen platform official, matching its Zen CPU architecture with Vega GPU architecture on a single die. The Mobile Ryzen lineup will start with two SKUs, Ryzen 7 2700U and the Ryzen 5 2500U, coming to notebooks and possibly other similar devices during the holiday season.
512GB of V-NAND on a 22x16mm chip
Samsung PM971 SSD has now been pictured, suggesting that we will soon see the launch of the Samsung 970, next to the earlier leaked Samsung PM981 SSDs, which is expected to hit the market as the Samsung 980 SSD.
Wink Lookout is subscription-free
Wink has announced its newest Wink Lookout smart home security kit which brings all the usual features but does not require a subscription, making it cheaper than some other kits on the market.
AMP!, AMP! Extreme and Mini versions pictured
It appears that at least some partners will be making factory-overclocked versions of the upcoming GTX 1070 Ti graphics card and according to leaked pictures, Zotac will be one of them with AMP!, AMP! Extreme and Mini versions.