G.Skill says its TridentX memory kit hit 4073 MHz after some serious overclocking and plenty of LN2.
Asus recently launched their top of the line Maximus VI Extreme, a monster overclocking motherboard aimed at dominating the playing field when it comes to extreme Haswell benching. The offerings provided by this board top the lists when it comes to unique features and hardware, today we will take it out for a spin, but
In tandem with the launch of G.Skill’s latest high speed memory kits optimized for the Haswell platform, the memory maker invited pro-overclockers from around the world to participate in a live OC showcase at their Computex booth. At the end of the week, six benchmark/frequency world records were achieved with the help of their TridentX
After an exhausting and relatively unproductive week at Computex Taipei, I wanted to unwind by putting the latest AMD APU under sub-zero cooling to see how much overclocking headroom I could extract out of the chip and at the same time, do a write-up on our motherboard review candidate – the Asus F2A85-V Pro.
Last week at Computex, MSI unveiled its latest high-end motherboards for Haswell enthusiast builders – the Z87 MPower / XPower, featuring OC Certified assurances and Military Class 4 components.
Small form factor systems are dominating the headlines at this year’s Computex. To compete against the competition’s Maximus VI Gene and G1.Sniper M5, ASRock created its own contender for the mATX crown – the Z87M OC Formula.
MSI is teasing a Lightning infused edition of the recently launched Geforce GTX780 (aka mini-Titan, GK110).