We take a look at Gigabyte's sub-£500 TRX40 board to see if it can compete with the excellent ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming.
Rick runs down even more gaming highlights of the next twelve months.
Rick runs down the gaming highlights of the coming year.
Still targeting a 2021 launch.
Aims to compete with SD Express.
Even as users look forward to PCIe 4.0.
Aims to quantify improvements in PCIe 4.0.
PCIe 5.0 with knobs on.
Intel frees its peripheral tech.
Three new form factors.
While WD, Micron unveil 1TB microSD cards.
PCIe, NVMe based.
Hopes to have PCIe 5.0 ready early 2019.
Exposes 26 more DRAM settings.
Promises integrated controllers, too.
Supports a 'flat' graphics card.
Adds lower-current mode.
Software fix in the works.
Claims to solve thermal throttling.
PCIe, M.2 storage for the gaming market.
M.2 form factor with optional PCIe adapter.
170mm long graphics powerhouse.
Cheap, passive, GK208-based boards.
More memory without going to a Titan.
PCI Express connection for top speeds.
Hasn't given up on usurping USB.
November 22 2019 | 13:00
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