LAS VEGAS, NV — Maingear hit the CES 2018 floor armed with its new flagship F131 desktop gaming PC that has been redesigned from the ground up to the “Apex” of custom liquid cooling. The new Maingear F131 looks similar to the previous version but with a taller and slimmer chassis, new PSU shroud, and a solid front panel (the previous F131 used a ventilated front panel). The F131 can be equipped with Intel Z370 or X299 chipsets, as well as the AMD B350 Micro-ATX motherboards. Maingear uses ASUS Strix Z370G Gaming, EVGA X299 Micro, and MSI B350M Micro-ATX motherboards along with all of their flagship processors for the chipset (Intel Core i7-8700K, i9-7980XE, and AMD Ryzen 7 1800X. Memory and storage options remain...
MSI has now released the B350I PRO AC, a mini-ITX option for those looking to build a small form factor system featuring AMD’s Ryzen processors or a 7th generation...16 by Gavin Bonshor on 1/6/2018
GIGABYTE has announced its first Mini-ITX motherboard for AMD’s AM4 processors. The GA-AB350N-Gaming WIFI (or simply AB350N-Gaming) Mini-ITX is based on AMD’s ‘performance-class’ B350 chipset and provides modern features...23 by Anton Shilov on 7/3/2017
At the CES 2017 show today, AMD is lifting the lid on some of the upcoming AM4 motherboard designs coming to end users for Ryzen/Summit Ridge and Bristol Ridge...48 by Ian Cutress on 1/4/2017
AMD 7th Gen Bristol Ridge and AM4 Analysis: Up to A12-9800, B350/A320 Chipset, OEMs first, PIBs Later
Over the last two weeks, AMD officially launched their 7th Generation Bristol Ridge processors as well as the new AM4 socket and related chipsets. The launch was somewhat muted...125 by Ian Cutress on 9/23/2016