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CES Las Vegas 2019: Overclock.net Coverage Jan 8th - 11th



Hello all,

So firstly some good news. This year we have been able to get two of our guys to ground zero, @Jedson3614 & @bluedevil will be attending the event to gather all the latest news and information on the latest and greatest in tech from arguably the biggest tech event globally. We are all looking forward to seeing if some of those rumors leading up to CES will become fact as well as getting some out of those blue surprises, we look forward to what the vendors have in store for us. The post below will be updated frequently with updates from Jedson3614 & bluedevil to keep you all in the know. Coverage will vary between written content as well as video.


For those of you new to this, what is CES ?

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CES showcases more than 4,500 exhibiting companies, including manufacturers, developers and suppliers of consumer technology hardware, content, technology delivery systems and more; a conference program with more than 250 conference sessions and more than 180K attendees from 150 countries.
And because it is owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™ — the technology trade association representing the $292 billion U.S. consumer technology industry — it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers to a forum where the industry’s most relevant issues are addressed.
Source:https://www.ces.tech/About-CES.aspx


What kind of products does CES cover ?

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3D Printing
Accessibility
Advertising, Marketing, Content and Entertainment
AR/VR and Gaming
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Audio and Video
Baby Tech
CES Sports Zone
Country Pavilions
Design & Source Showcase
Digital Money
Drones
Enterprise Solutions
Eureka Park
Family and Kids Tech
Fitness
Health and Wellness
High-Tech Retailing
Home Cinema
IoT Infrastructure
iProducts
Resilience
Self-Driving Technology
Sleep Tech
Smart Cities
Smart Home
Sports Tech
Tourism
Vehicle Technology
Wearables
Wireless Devices and Services
Source:https://www.ces.tech/About-CES.aspx

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The event started with Jensen Huang going over the history of GPUs and graphics. The main focus was to show how Turing architecture has revolutionized the gaming industry with its RTX performance.



He focused on how much of an improvement Turing is over Pascal by showing graphs of computing performance.




Before I get to the big reveal, Jensen had led us to believe he was just recapping how important ray tracing was. He went over tensor cores and re-showed demos like the Battle Field V one from GamesCom. After watching the real-time BF V demo, he revealed to us that it was actually running on the newly announced RTX 2060!




The RTX 2060 is available starting January 15th for $349 following partner card shortly after!



For the launch, there is a special bundle giving away Anthem/BFV for the 2060/2070 & both for the 2080/Ti.



There was also an announcement for G-Sync ultimate and the more interesting but short asynchronous G-Sync list of monitors. Essentially, Nvidia tested 400 monitors but only 12 had come back to standard for adaptive Gsync. These monitors will have adaptive sync support through a new driver update on January 15th. He did mention you can turn it on for any monitor but it's at your own risk.




The last thing that Jensen covered was the new thin MaxQ RTX laptops that show performance over a desktop 1070 & 1080.




It was late last night when I finally got the Nvidia content out but I forgot to mention, Jensen focused hardcore on DLSS support and how much better games can look with its AI support. He also talked about how RTX and tensor cores can now be utilized across different programs like OBS, VR, video rendering, and game design.

We were invited to visit the Nvidia booth this year for extra coverage, if there are any specific questions you guys want from the community please let me know.
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Nvidia CES 2019 Keynote Summary




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bequiet! had shown off products that were already in production but did offer a unique mod by Envious Mods.




The new items they did have to show off was a white colored Shadow Wings and DarkBase 700.

I am supposed to be getting an email including a press release about these items. I will update this post once received with anything I missed.

Stay tuned for more coverage of CES 2019 as we update in our free time. I should have more content later tonight including some pretty surprising announcements.
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Cooler Master is showing a lot this year at CES 2019 with focus on peripherals, power supplies, and cases.



The SK621, SK631, and SK651 are slim profile keyboards for a mix of Cherry MX low profile switches with removable USB Type-C and Bluetooth 4.0. They include pre-key backlighting, light bars, macros, and full control over the Portal Software.

SK621

  • MSRP = $119
  • New Low Profile Cherry switches
  • Full RGB support
  • N-Key rollover
  • Bluetooth
  • 15-hour battery life with RGB lighting

SK631

  • MSRP = $139
  • Brushed Aluminum design
  • New Low Profile Cherry switches
  • Full RGB support
  • N-Key rollover
  • Bluetooth
  • 15-hour battery life with RGB lighting

SK651

  • MSRP = $159
  • Brushed Aluminum design
  • New Low Profile Cherry switches
  • Full RGB support
  • N-Key rollover
  • Bluetooth
  • 15-hour battery life with RGB lighting



The control pad offers:

  • MSRP = $99
  • 23 key macro pad
  • Two Precision wheels
  • Full RGB support
  • Removable Wristrest
  • Brushed Aluminum design
  • 15-hour battery life with RGB lighting




The MH670 is a versatile headset with swiveling earcups and a 3.5mm connection for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. It offers 7.1 surround sound with 40mm Neodymium drivers and MSRP is $99.99 with an ETA of June 2019.





The XG Gold Advanced PSU was unveiled at Computex 2019 and is innovative in a few ways. It has a unique digital LED panel, fan speed, temperature in real time, fully modular design, and soldered wireless channel design for better efficiency of through PCB.




We gave Cooler Master best of CES 2019 award for this PSU because they haven't launched a PSU in some time. The new interactive LED panel with real-time monitoring and improved PSU design are welcomed to the Cooler Master family because of the innovative and modular design.





The MasterBox Q500 series applies vertical or horizontal orientations and a modular design with a magnetic dust filter. The big change with this case is the ability to swap out panels, move I/O, and position the PSU to the front of the case. MSRP of the Q500 series starts at $49.99.



Asrock teamed up with Cooler Master to create the MasterCase H500P with a Phantom gaming themed design. MSRP will be $169.99.

Here are some other items showcased throughout the suite!




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AMD CES 2019 Keynote Coverage

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At the AMD KeyNote! Live stream soon on the OCN YouTube Channel!





AMD Radeon 7! 7 nm GPU
60 compute units
25% more performance for same power
16gb high bandwidth memory








Division 2 bundled with Radeon 7!



Better bundle and $699!

Launching Feb 7th!!












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Deepcool @ CES 2019 Footage



Nvidia Suite @ CES 2019 Footage


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Thermaltake Memory @ CES 2019


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Alphacool gets an OCN Best of CES award!

Alphacool Eisbaer Extreme Liquid CPU Cooler 360 - Black Edition

Alphacool Eisbaer Extreme Liquid CPU Cooler 280 - Black Edition


iBuyPower CES 2019 Project Snowblind

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Netgear CES 2019 Suite - Nighthawk Gaming Routers

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Supermicro CES 2019 Suite - Motherboards


Alphacool Suite @ CES 2019



Asrock Suite @ CES 2019



Thermaltake Suite @ CES 2019 (New Cases)



Thermaltake RGB Desk @ CES 2019



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More pics from CES 2019.








Overclock.net Best Of CES 2019 Awards


During out time at the CES events we gave out awards to companies based on products that we though bought a new level of design and innovation to the world of technology. Please see below the winners of the Overclock.net Best Of Trophy.



Cooler Master XG Advanced PSU Series




Asus RTX 2080Ti Matrix with AIO liquid cooler





Netgear Nighthawk AX12 Gaming Router



Enermax Clean build with featured Enermax components




Creative Super X-Fi




Thermaltake Watercooled Memory




Alphacool Eisbaer Extreme AIO






CES 2019 Community Contributions



Seagate @ CES 2019


Seagate BarraCuda 510 & FireCuda 510 M.2 NVMe

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Seagate recently returned to the consumer SSD market with the BarraCuda SSD. It didn't make much of a splash, but Seagate got their feet wet and kicked off a new strategy as a seller of Phison-based consumer SSDs. Now Seagate is using Phison's new E12 NVMe controller to enter the high-end market segment with a lineup of M.2 NVMe SSDs: the BarraCuda 510 and FireCuda 510.
Source: Anandtech

Seagate Introduces IronWolf SSD For NAS

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The recent drop in flash pricing has resulted in high-performance SSDs at wallet-friendly price points. NAS units currently being introduced also come with tiering support, allowing the flash-based storage devices to act as caches and improve the performance for real-world workloads. SMBs and SMEs are currently using enterprise SSDs for this purpose, while home consumers / prosumers have no qualms about using consumer SSDs for this purpose. The current trends indicate that there is a market for SSDs specifically targeting the NAS market, as long as it is at the right price point.
Source: Anandtech


HyperX @ CES 2019

HyperX new gaming headset

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Today at CES 2019, HyperX launched the Cloud Orbit and Cloud Orbit S gaming headphones, which are based on Audeze’s Mobius but make a few favorable modifications. With a lower price, lighter design, warmer sound profile, and an improved mic, the Cloud Orbits are shaping up to be a great offering.

Collaborating with Audeze on the design and production of the new Cloud Orbit models, HyperX has equipped them with the same 100mm planar magnetic drivers as in the Audeze Mobius, however the gaming company opts to keep a wired connection instead of the Bluetooth that Audeze uses. As a result, the basic HyperX Cloud Orbit lands at an affordable $299.99, while the HyperX Cloud Orbit S — whose distinguishing upgrade is the Waves Nx head-tracking technology that is the Mobius’ signature feature — arrives at a $329.99 price point. Both are substantially cheaper than the Audeze Mobius, which retails for $399.99, and when I tried them on at CES for myself, I noticed they’re lighter and more compact too.
Source: The Verge


LG @ CES 2019

Giant 8K OLED TV/Speaker

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Last year LG Display wowed everyone at CES with a rollable OLED TV prototype, which is reportedly becoming a real retail product in 2019. This year they’re at it again with a giant 8K OLED set that doubles as a speaker and a weird flower sculpture made entirely of the flexible OLED panels.
Source: Toms Guide

LG unveils rollable Signature OLED TV

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Today's the biggest day for CES announcements, and LG has rewarded early risers attending its 8am press conference by unveiling not only its first 8K OLED TV (the Z9) but also its first rollable TV, the Signature OLED TV R.

Who'd have thought that a 8K TV announcement would be outdone, eh?

The Signature OLED TV R (model number: 65R9), in LG's words, 'rolls out the future' of TV, with a 65in screen that can fully retract into its aluminium base, which doubles as a 4.2-channel, 100-watt, Dolby Atmos soundbar.
Source: WhatHifi

LG unveils new high-end soundbars with Google Assistant

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If CES 2019 proves anything like last year, we’re going to see a whole lot of Google Assistant at the show. Kicking things off this morning, just a couple of weeks ahead of the annual show, LG is showing off a new collection of high-end soundbars with Google Assistant built-in.

Announced in a press release today, this new collection of LG soundbars includes three different options – SL10YG, SL9YG, and SL8YG. As you might expect for a high-end soundbar in 2019, they both offer Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. These soundbars are also built in collaboration with Meridian Audio for improved quality.
Source: 9TO5Google

ASUS @ CES 2019

ROG HDR Gaming Monitor Lineup - Up to 49 Inch Displays

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ASUS has announced their upcoming lineup of gaming monitors at CES under the Republic of Gamers branding, and as with everything in Las Vegas, bigger appears to be better. The Strix XG32VQR is a 32-inch 2560x1440 144Hz display, the Strix XG438Q is a 43-inch UHD HDR with a 120 Hz refresh rate monitor, and the Strix XG49VG is a massive 49-inch 32:9 3840x1800 144 Hz beast.
Source: Anandtech


Asus Zenbook, StudioBook & ROG Laptops

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It’s that time of the year again when anyone and everyone in the tech world try to claim a piece of media attention in Las Vegas. And while it’s really a free for all in terms of consumer electronics, it is almost always an opportune time for computer makers to bring out their new wares. ASUS, of course, isn’t one to pass up that opportunity, and be it for serious work or for gaming, it has just the laptop for you.

The ZenBook has become ASUS’ flagship laptop line, bearing its almost iconic spun-metal finish on its back. The new ASUS ZenBook 14 UX431 is almost, in every sense, representative of ASUS’ more traditional laptop design. Yes, it does have thinner bezels now, because that’s where everyone seems to be heading to anyway. That said, it does also have a few unique quirks to spice things up.
Source: Slash Gear

Intel @ CES 2019

Intel: Ice Lake, 10nm Parts & New Network SoCs

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Intel gave its keynote at CES last night, outlining a comprehensive vision for its product launches throughout 2019. From upcoming 10nm Xeon parts based on Ice Lake to its plans for new networking SoCs and a Nervana launch, the company has a busy schedule for itself.

Ice Lake
Ice Lake integrated mobile solutions will arrive in 2019, with an unprecedented level of overall integration. Intel’s Gen 11 graphics will be built into these cores and the company is predicting significant performance uplifts compared with its previous, 2015 era integrated GPUs. Other features include Wi-Fi 6 support (802.11ax) and fully integrated Thunderbolt 3 controller support, and Intel’s new instructions for AI processing, dubbed DLBoost. These chips will ship at the end of 2019 for volume availability by the holiday season.
Source: Extreme Tech

Intel Keynote at CES 2019: 10nm, Ice Lake, Lakefield, Snow Ridge & Cascade Lake

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This year it seems that Intel is finally ready to talk about 10nm. After next-to-nothing on the subject at CES 2018, Intel is now talking about three new processor families: Ice Lake, Lakefield, and Snow Ridge. Despite the naming, it looks like Intel might be coming in out of the cold – to finally let it go – and roadmaps on upcoming products are being discussed.

It should be pointed out that Intel’s presentation did not mention anything about the company’s search for a new CEO, or any updates about Intel’s increased demand for its high-end Xeon processors. These are matters that the company will no doubt want to save for their earnings release later this month.
Source: Anandtech

Lian Li @ CES 2019

Lian Li shows off new cases and fans

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We got a chance to go by and see what Lian Li was working on this year at CES and found some really good ideas and had a really good time chatting about the industry with Roman (der8auer) and trends they were seeing over as CaseKing. Once the chatting was over we got to dig in a take a look at some of the upcoming products from Lian Li.
Source: WCCFTECH

EVGA @ CES 2019

EVGA gets into sound cards with ''Nu Audio''

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Maybe PC audio is still important after all. At CES 2019 on Tuesday, EVGA introduced Nu Audio, its first-ever sound card with claims that it will bring “lifelike gaming” to your ears.

EVGA partnered with UK firm AudioNote on the card, which features a six-layer, gold-plated PCB. Making clean audio depends a lot of getting noise-free power, so EVGA uses AudioNote capacitors and resistors in the card as well as a Texas Instrument power-regulation circuit. There’s also German-made WIMA capacitors and AKM 4493 DACS and AKM 5572 ADCs. The card also embeds an XMOS xCORE-200 processor for most of the audio chores on the card.
Source: PC World

EVGA shows RTX 2080Ti Kingpin

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Featuring a hybrid cooler with an LCD on the shroud

EVGA has been teasing the RTX 2080 Ti for quite some time, and it does not come as a surprise that the company has brought a working sample to the CES 2019 show in Las Vegas.

The Kingpin series from EVGA has always been the one that broke those overclocking records, and thanks to a custom PCB designed in cooperation with Vince "K|NGP|N" Lucido, we are quite sure that the RTX 2080 Ti Kingpin Edition will be a beast as well.
Source: Fudzilla

Gigabyte @ CES 2019

Gigabyte showcases all new laptops

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AERO 15 and AORUS 15 with Industry First All Intel® Inside and Microsoft Azure AI Laptops

Microsoft and Intel® comes together with GIGABYTE at CES 2019 to announce the world’s first All Intel® Inside and Microsoft Azure AI incorporated laptops – the AERO 15 and AORUS 15. Not only is there a drastic increase in quality and performance, these all-new laptops are here to show the world how AI can be implemented to work closer with user preferences for an ultra-effective laptop experience.

All Laptop Series with ALL Intel® Inside | Only Intel® Knows Best About Intel®

All-new GIGABYTE laptop series comes with All Intel® Inside technology, all the core components found in the laptops comes from the world renowned tech innovator-Intel®. These parts includes Intel® Core™ i7 H processor, Intel® 760p SSD, Thunderbolt™ 3 port and Intel® based Killer™ 1550i Wi-Fi adapter. The goodness does not stop here, Intel® keeps constant improvement over how these parts communicates with each other, with updated tweaks between hardware and software to keep all parts running at their peak performance. All this turns into perfect optimization that no other brand parts can achieve. GIGABYTE announces the AERO 15 and AORUS 15 here at the CES 2019 with All Intel® Inside and further plans to adapt such configuration for all GIGABYTE laptops in the near future, giving users across the range to own the best durability and optimized laptop possible.
Source: Hexus

CyberPower @ CES 2019

CyberPowers ''Tesseract'' like PC

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Cube-shaped PC cases are nothing new, but CyberPowerPC’s Syber sub-brand built a square desktop that looks like it might contain an Infinity Stone. The Syber Cube Series is built around a tempered-glass case designed to sit on a metal pedestal, although it can sit flat on a desk without its stand.
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