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Leo Says 21 – PAY TO PLAY!?, Z390, GTX 20 Series, Corean War, Intel discrete graphics – MORE!

In his first episode of LEO SAYS since returning from Computex 2018, our grumpy hero has a lot to discuss today. Leo not only addresses rumours of Intel's upcoming Z390 chipset and the long-awaited Nvidia GTX 20 series, but also the suggestion that reviewers take money to promote news and new products. Be sure to watch today's episode for his unfiltered opinion!

Watch via Vimeo (below) or over on YouTube HERE

00:10 KitGuru was busy at Computex – Good stuff from Phanteks, Lian Li, EKWB, Alphacool, Asus ROG and MSI, as well as eye-catching products from In Win, Varmilo and Ducky Channel.
03:30 ASRock showed motherboards and graphics cards
03:53 Gigabyte seemed confused such as the Novec fish tank
06:38 Corean War
(I didn't mention 2nd Gen Threadripper however that was in our previous round-up)
08:10 Z390 chipset and 8-core Coffee Lake is due, hopefully soon, presumably on 10nm.
12:20 Asus ROG Maximus XI Code, Extreme, Formula and Hero.
13:04 Intel launched Core i7-8086K and demo'd the 5GHz 28-core
16:49 Nvidia GTX 20-series in September?
17:45 Intel will launch a discrete graphics in 2020
18:11 Intel Optane memory and Optane DIMMs
19:46 Intel/Micron 96-layer TLC
20:03 Intel/Micron 64-layer QLC in an Enterprise drive 5210 ION
21:26 Pay to Play!?

KitGuru uses a variety of equipment to produce content:

As of 27th April 2018:
Panasonic GH5 Cameras
Panasonic GH4 Cameras
Panasonic G7 Cameras
Various PC builds

Final output – colour grading/titling etc:
iMac Pro 18 Core/Vega 64/128GB
Adobe Premiere Pro CC (PC)
Davinci Resolve Studio 14/15 (Mac)

KitGuru says: Be sure to let us know your thoughts and if you agree (or disagree) with LEO. Love him, or hate him- he says it, cause he means it!

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