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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti To Launch by Late October

Initial reports on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti put its released around "early-November", but according to NordicHardware the launch is slated for October 26, 2017. This could possibly be the announcement date with reviews going live that day and product availability being in early November.

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Gigabyte Has No Plans For Custom RX Vega 64 Cards

If you are a fan of Gigabyte / AORUS graphics cards and are waiting for that custom Radeon RX Vega 64 to come out it looks like it is not happening. It has been reported that Gigabyte has no current plans to make custom Radeon RX Vega 64 cards. So this means you are going to have to settle for reference design cards or custom cards from other vendors.


AZZA Storm 6000W Case Review

AZZA is no stranger here at ThinkComputers, and today we will be taking a look a their Storm 6000 ATX case. The Storm 6000 is part of their full tower case lineup, and comes in both black and white finishes, with our review sample being of the latter variety. Keeping the Storm 6000 up to speed with the latest in case trends is the inclusion of a full tempered glass side panel, and multiple RGB features throughout the case.

Intel Core i9-7960X

Intel Core i9-7960X 16-Core Processor Review

Earlier this week we took a look at Intel's flagship Core-X Series processor, the Core i9-7980XE. Sitting right below it in the Core-X product stack is the Core i9-7960X. It is $300 cheaper and offers two fewer cores at 16 and with HyperThreading that is 32 total threads. The chips runs with a base clock of 2.8 GHz and boosts up to 4.2 GHz with two cores reaching 4.4 GHz with Intel's new Turbo Boost 3.0 technology. On top of that you have 22 MB of L3 cache, the full 44 PCI-Express lanes, and support for quad channel DDR4-2666 memory. While the Core i9-7980XE beat AMD's ThreadRipper parts, this chip is the real comparison as it has the same number of cores. In this review we will explore this 16-core monster chip and see how it compares to many other chips in Intel's Core-X series.

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SteelSeries Releases Rival 110 Gaming Mouse

Today SteelSeries released their Rival 110 Gaming Mouse. This "universal grip" mouse is designed with pure performance in mind, and backs that up with a no-frills feature set. The Rival 110 features six buttons in a standard layout; Left and Right, Forward and Back on the left side, scroll wheel, and CPI, each of which can be customized via SteelSeries Engine Software. The optical sensor found on the Rival 110 is the TrueMove1, a 7,200CPI unit from PixArt, which can be adjusted from 200-7,200 CPI in increments of 100.

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