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Are they going to be more announcements on new products such as monitors or that's all from computex? it is till 4th june right?

Yeah, that's the one thing I think there has not been much Computex news about, monitors. I am hoping there is more on that front before the conference is over. I was hoping LG would show that new 1600P wide screen panel we were hearing rumors about.... (lm375uw1 I think was the model)
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almost all Computex was on RGB, RGB Gaming Cards, RGB Motherboads, RGB Coolers etc
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Still no mITX or mATX mother boards?

I've only seen 2 ITX boards, 1 from Biostar and 1 from ECS.
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almost all Computex was on RGB, RGB Gaming Cards, RGB Motherboads, RGB Coolers etc

 

I'd take even a RGB monitor, as long as they show some more :D

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Biostar speeds ahead with new Z170 and B150 Racing motherboards
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Biostar's new Racing Z170GT8 motherboard sports an LGA1151 socket for Intel's Z170 Skylake processors with support for up to 4x DDR4 3200MHz RAM modules. Video slots include 2x HDMI, a DVI-D, and a VGA port--no DisplayPort options seem present. Expansion slots include 4x PCI-E x16 3.0 slots, 3x PCI-E x1 3.0, a single M.2 slot capped at 32gb/s, and a U.2 slot capped at a similar 32Gb/s. As for peripheral slots and storage, the Z170GT8 rocks 7 USB 3.0 slots, a single USB Type-C port, 4x USB 2.0 ports, and 3x SATA Express at 16Gb/s. The board also supports Vivid LED DJ lighting options.
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Biostar's Micro-ATX motherboard, the Racing B150GT3, is built on the B150 chipset with 4x DIMM lanes that support up to DDR4-2133 RAM. Expansion slots include 2x PCI-E x16 3.0, 2X PCI-E x1 3.0, and a single M.2 32GB/s slot for 3D NAND SSDs. A single DVI-D and HDMI port offer limited video output, and users have 6x SATA3 ports for storage. USB slots include 6x USB 3.0 and 6x USB 2.0 ports for peripherals. Like its bigger Z170 brother, the Racing B150GT3 supports LED color effects.

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Micron announces new 2TB SATA and NVMe 3D NAND SSDs

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Micron's blazing-fast SSD duo consists of the cost-competitive Micro 1100 SATA and the high-end Micron 2100 PCIe NVMe solid state drives. The Micron 1100 SSD sports the industry's highest capacity TLC 3D NAND storage at 2TB that takes "power to the min and capacity to the max." The 1100 series SSD is specifically designed to supercharge general applications with ultra-fast speeds, providing instantaneous data access, program loads, and incredibly speedy boot times. To give you an idea how fast the Micron 1100 SSD is, it performs random operations up to 900 times faster than traditional HDDs and features low-power states to make it 98% more power efficient.

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ASUS X99-E 10G WS motherboard goes all out with speed
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Apart from supporting 4-way SLI, CrossfireX, and up to 128GB ECC UDIMM/RDIMM and non-ECC UDIMM, it boasts a dual 10G Intel NIC (2*X550-AT2), and a very fast 10GB/s for USB 3.1 as well as single 32Gbit/s for the M.2 x4 and U.2 drives. Processor-wise, you'll need a Core i&/Xeon E5-2600/1600 v4/v3.
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Define Nano S. Holy **** that;s a nice case!
Kinda wanna give up my matx for itx now.
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I'm half expecting In Win to come out with a tempered glass fan at this point.
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