EVGA at CES 2018
A lot of interesting new products that are all set to release this year
Published: 13th January 2018 | Source: EVGA at CES |
EVGA at CES 2018
Those were not the only products that EVGA has on show at the event, though until now we were waiting for the company to send us some additional information, delaying our reports in some of EVGA's upcoming products.
To start off, EVGA has revealed their new SC15 notebook, a Nvidia MaxQ design that integrates a GTX 1070 MaxQ graphics card with an unknown CPU. We have confirmed that this product is an Intel CPU, though EVGA would not release additional details. It is likely that this system will contain an Intel 8th generation 6-core mobile CPU, though this has not been confirmed.
The system's integrated GTX 1070 MaxQ will be used to power a 120Hz G-Sync display, which is expected to have a 1080p resolution. The SC15 will release sometime in Q2 of this year.
EVGA also plans on releasing more pre-filled water cooling components in Q2, utilising quick-disconnect technology to allow users to expand their water cooling setup with pre-filled GPU AIOs, more radiators or additional pumps.
Alongside these new water cooling components, EVGA has shown off a range of AIO tubing routing clips that can be used to angle the tubing of your AIO liquid cooling setup to prevent it from putting undue stress on any of your other components.
If you AIO cooler's tubing is too long it can put stress on components like GPUs or case side panels by placing pressure on them, which in the case of GPUs can eventually damage a graphics card, your motherboard's PCIe lane or at a minimum cause unsightly GPU sag. At this time EVGa has not committed to officially releasing these tubing routing kits, though it would act as a useful accessory if they shipped on or two pairs of these clips with their upcoming AIOs.
2018 is set to be an exciting year for EVGA, with planned releases of new notebooks, liquid cooling components and other accessories. This diversity is great news for the company, as it will allow them to find more success outside of the traditional GPU market.