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Intel announces 13th Gen Core unlocked desktop processors

Today during Intel Innovation, the company officially unveiled its line-up of unlocked “Raptor Lake” processors. The initial line-up focuses on desktop, offering K-series and KF-series options, headlined by the new Core i9-13900K.  With its 12th Generation “Alder Lake” CPUs, Intel introduced the new hybrid architecture, combining performance cores with efficiency …

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Lian Li officially launches the LANCOOL III chassis

Lian Li has been showing off the LANCOOL III in prototype form for a while, but now, the case is ready for its time in the spotlight. This month, Lian Li is launching the LANCOOL III, designed to provide more ventilation than previous models, as well as plenty of room …

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The M2 MacBook Air will finally begin shipping next week

It has been a month since Apple first announced its new M2 processor, alongside the first Mac laptop powered by the chip. Now, the new M2 MacBook Air is finally ready to hit the market, with pre-orders going live this week, and shipping beginning next week.  Apple confirmed this week …

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Jonsbo introduces new VR3 ITX and VR4 ATX cases

Jonsbo is back with a new pair of cases for 2022. The new VR3 ITX and VR4 ATX cases include a removable inner chassis to make the building process nice and easy, as well as mesh panels for improved airflow. The Jonsbo VR3 and VR4 are designed to be compact …

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Thermaltake launches The Tower 500 mid-tower

Thermaltake has unveiled the first mid-tower PC case in the Tower series. The new Tower 500 Mid-Tower Chassis is a vertically designed case with three 4mm tempered glass panels for a panoramic view of your build.  Despite its mid-tower form-factor, The Tower 500 has a ton of room for hardware, …

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AMD launches 3rd Gen ‘Milan-X’ EPYC processors

Just as recent leaks suggested, today AMD is launching its 3rd Gen EPYC series processors. Codenamed ‘Milan-X' and built on the Zen 3 architecture, AMD claims up to 66 percent more performance across a range of computing workloads compared to last year's ‘Milan' EPYC processors. The big change with Milan-X …

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