B360 produced with 22nm process
A couple of months ago, Intel released the H310C chipset which was a downgrade of the existing 14nm H310 chipset back to the 22nm process node. Since Intel is facing several issues with 14nm process, the chipmaker has launched the new B365 chipset. It's basically the B360 chipset produced with the 22nm manufacturing process and the Kaby Lake Platform Controller Hub (PCH).
Base on new iChill cooler
In the United States
A few weeks ago, be quiet! has unveiled its new mainstream Pure Power 11 series of power supply units. The series consists of three models with fixed cables ranging from 500 to 700 watts and three models with modular cables ranging from 500 to 700 watts. Compared to the previous generation, the freshly announced lineup should deliver better performance. These models are now available in the United States and soon in Europe as well.
Two more versions
EKWB has released the Velocity CPU waterblock recently, which has been introduced in over 14 different combinations of top material (acetal, acrylic, nickel-plated brass), base plate (copper, nickel-plated copper), and with/without RGB LEDs. If 24 RGB LEDs displaying the same color are not enough for you, EKWB adds two more versions with addressable RGB LEDs.
Compatible with RTX 20-series
Gigabyte has unveiled their high-end Z390 Aorus Xtreme Waterforce motherboard which comes with pre-fitted AORUS branded monoblock. This motherboard is aimed at liquid cooling enthusiasts that want add water cooling on almost every component. As you can guess, the only difference between this and regular model is about the monoblock.
With RGB LEDs
Specifications leaked as well
Capable CPU cooler
Separate teams are working on 10nm and 7nm
With support for ray tracing
On EVGA Z390 Dark motherboard
Updated version of the 303
The fastest 2080 Ti?
Radeon RX 3000?
Redefines extreme desktop motherboards
A few weeks ago, Intel has officially announced its new 28 core processor designed for extremely powerful workstations, the Xeon W-3175X. Since this chip requires the LGA3647 socket, you might need a new motherboard as well. ASUS has officially announced the ROG Dominus Extreme, which is massive new motherboard based on this particular socket.
Compatible with Core X CPUs
The ASUS Prime X299 Deluxe II is another Intel X299 motherboard that should help filling gaps in the ASUS X299 lineup. Since Intel has refreshed its Core X-series with higher performance potential and solder TIM, ASUS has updated its motherboards as well. This motherboard drops support for Intel's Kaby Lake-X CPUs and focuses on the Skylake-X generation.
Capable CPU cooler