With the Core i9-11900K, Intel is once again turning to 14nm to eke out the last possible amount of performance out of the node. But with a new microarchitecture under the hood, let's find out if Rocket Lake can hold its own against the best that AMD has to offer.
The K70 RGB TKL offers the best features from Corsair's full-sized gaming keyboards in a much more compact form factor. The keyboard has everything you're looking for in a high-end gaming keyboard, and the ten keyless design means it doesn't take up too much room on your desk.
The latest entrant in the RTX 30 series is the $329 GeForce RTX 3060. It is twice as fast as the GTX 1060, lets you play the latest games at up to 60fps, and has all the other innovations that we've seen in the RTX 30 series.
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The RTX 3080 delivers outstanding performance over the RTX 2080, making it the ideal choice for 4K gaming. With an innovative new design with better airflow and sizeable gains across the board, the RTX 3080 Founders Edition is the ultimate gaming GPU in 2020.
NVIDIA has unveiled the RTX 30 series, with the RTX 3090, RTX 3080, and RTX 3070 offering incredible gains in performance from the RTX 20 series. Here's what you need to know about NVIDIA's latest cards, and which one you should pick up if you're thinking of upgrading.
Intel has announced that its 11th Gen Rocket Lake desktop CPUs will be introduced in Q1 2021. The new CPUs will support PCIe 4.0 and feature a new Willow Cove microarchitecture that will deliver significant gains over 10th Gen CPUs.
The Corsair TBT100 Thunderbolt 3 docking station comes with a wide assortment of ports and a premium design that makes it stand out. Looking to pick up a dock for your Thunderbolt-enabled PC? You should take a look at what the Corsair TBT100 has to offer.
The RTX 3080 was on sale at NVIDIA's site for barely two seconds before inventory ran out. Resellers managed to pick up hundreds of cards ahead of legitimate customers, and NVIDIA could have prevented this by adding better safeguards to its online store.