Computex 2017 is here, Intel's gunning for AMD's Ryzen with new Core i9 CPUs. HP, Lenovo, and Asus are building Snapdragon-powered Windows machines, AMD's RX Vega is pushed to late July, and check out the new 200mHz G-Sync Ultrawide gaming monitor from Asus. All that and more on This Week in Computer Hardware.
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- Computex 2017: The ASUS ROG Swift PG35VQ Is an UltraWide, 200Hz Display With HDR and G-Sync
- Intel Core i9 Announced: 18-core Skylake-X, Kaby Lake-X and X299
- Computex 2017: ASUS, HP, Lenovo to Build Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Windows 10 Machines
- COMPUTEX 2017: QNAP Unveils World's First Ryzen-based NAS
- Rise of the Tomb Raider Gets a Ryzen Performance Update
- AMD AGESA Update 220.127.116.11 Will Support Configurable Memory Sub Timings And Clockspeeds Up To 4,000 MHz
- Computex 2017: AMD Threadripper will include 64 lanes of PCI Express 3.0, Demos with Quad Vega FE
- No Link: RX Vega pushed to end of July (SIGGRAPH), FE on June 27th
- Computex 2017: Corsair K68 Spill-Resistant Mech. Keyboard
- Computex 2017: NVIDIA GeForce GTX Max-Q Design Notebooks are Thinner, Lighter
- Oculus adds Chromecast support to the Samsung Gear VR headset
- Apple Echo...
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