PC Specialist pairs a Core i5-9600K with Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti in this £1,200 gaming rig.
The first in-house ROG chassis under the microscope.
One due a lot sooner than the other.
Some new cases have huge markups due to elaborate RGB lighting - is it all getting too much?
Adds Chroma to Leapmotor's cars.
Did... did nobody say it out loud?
Its biggest AIO yet.
$120, cools up to 250W TDP parts.
Yes, you read that right.
Optional Corsair, NZXT support too.
Aluminium frames added.
XPG Spectrix D80 RGB, specifically.
In-house design, company claims.
Not actually frameless, naturally.
Ties in with Asus, Gigabyte, MSI software.
Shiny bling for your cooling.
Same features as the full-size variant.
Spill-proof design drops mechanical switches.
RGB LED controller built-in.
AMD and Intel compatible, naturally.
Shiny lights, hefty price.
Ticks plenty of boxes, though.
Eight LEDs per fan.
Multi-colour LED, high bandwidth.
Splits the LEDs from the DIMM.
April 9 2019 | 16:50
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