The Core i7 8086K is official, and Intel demos a chip with 28 cores running at 5GHz. That's cool, but we're really excited about Intel's new Low Power Display Technology. 24 hours of battery life on a Dell XPS 13??? Nice! AMD shows off 32 cores (SIXTY FOUR THREADS) on the next Threadripper and demos the first 7nm Vega GPU, Qualcomm's 850 Mobile Compute Platform is all about Windows laptops, ASUS / ROG has liquid coolers with OLED screens coming later this year, and more! All coming up in TWiCH, This Week in Computer Hardware, episode 469!!!
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- Computex 2018: Intel announces Core i7-8086K officially, 6 cores at 5 GHz
- Intel demos 28-core processor at 5 GHz
- AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Processor with Wraith Prism LED Cooler - YD270XBGAFBOX
- EcoPlus Commercial Grade Water Chiller 1 HP
- Intel's displays run on one what?
- AMD previews 32-core Threadripper CPUs for Q3
- Computex 2018: AMD Shows off 7nm Vega Graphics
- Snapdragon 850 Mobile Compute Platform is Qualcomm’s first dedicated for PCs
- Computex 2018: NVIDIA Launches Isaac Development Platform for AI-Powered Robotics
- ASUS ROG Ryujin & Ryuo Water Coolers
- ASUS ROG Thor 1200W Platinum PSU
- ASUS reveals the new ZenBook Pro 15 UX580 at Computex
- Computex 2018: CaseKing and Der8auer Debut Phase Shift Cooler AIO Prototype
- Seasonic shows off their new System Cable Management Device
- Corsair Introduces Crystal Series 280X RGB Micro-ATX Case
- Corsair CC-9011135-WW Crystal Series 280X RGB Micro-ATX Case Black
- Pirl Charger
- Nvidia CEO says next gaming GPU announcement won’t be for ‘a long time’