While it strangely topped out at an RTX 4070 Ti at launch and no unlocked K-series CPUs, you should soon be able to nab a slimmed $3,499 prebuilt with an RTX 4090, Intel’s new Core i9-14900KF with 240mm liquid cooling, 32GB DDR5, two 1TB M.2 NVMe SSDs, and a 1000W PSU.
The Revolt has a integrated handle that folds flush into the case, a pop-out headphone holder, toolless side panels, and separate cooling zones for the CPU and GPU — and the $2,099 Platinum configuration seems a solid price for a prebuilt RTX 4070 machine with i5-13600K, 32GB of DDR5 and RGB.
Last week, I told you how 42 Dough customers accused the company of stringing them along for months or years without shipping their products or issuing refunds.
Since then, 35 more customers have stepped forward — only two of which say they got satisfaction.
I have now sent Dough a partial list of order numbers that are waiting for fulfillment, with our readers’ permission. Dough owes those people as much as $50,000.
Our sources indicate that Intel plans to launch the new series on October 17th, which is when the CPUs will become available for purchase, and reviews are expected to go live.
Framework sells its modular laptop motherboard a la carte to fulfill DIY desktop and cyberdeck dreams — and now, it’s selling off extra stock of these 11th Gen Intel Core models at deep discount.
Even though it’s not coming till early 2024, Asus wants you to believe it’s “the chosen one.” And a 240Hz QD-OLED screen at 32 inches, with graphene cooling, USB-C, KVM and picture-in-picture certainly sounds good!
There’s also a curved 34-inch 240Hz 1440p WOLED coming, which I originally conflated with this one.
Tom’s Hardware is spreading the good word about the Ryzen 5 5600X3D, a $229 AM4 chip so strong AMD is only selling it in limited quantities to gamers who physically visit a Micro Center store.
A little bird tells Paul Alcorn it’s not a binned 5800X3D — it was intended for full launch before “business factors” intervened. Note: if you’re not buying for games, the 5600X is currently on sale for $169 at most retailers.
Apple has completed the Mac’s move away from Intel. Now it needs to prove Mac Pro upgrades can keep up with pro users.
Could AirJet replace the fan? Frore’s first real test is coming this year.