In today’s ASAPTech-News video we’re talking about the new NeoForza DDR4 RAM kits that run at both 5000 MHz and 4600 MHz. Resident Evil 8 Village should work better without installed DRM, MSI has a new series of liquid CPU coolers and TEAMGROUP has launched an 8 TB M.2 SSD. Sources for this video: Neo Forza, eurogamer, MSI, TEAMGROUP. TIMESTAMPS for Video: 0:00 Start 0:35 Neo Forza Announces DDR4-5000 and DDR4-4600 Memory Kits; 1:57 Resident Evil 8 Village performance better without DRM; 2:58 MSI MAG Coreliquid C & MAG Coreliquid P AIO CPU; 4:15 TEAMGROUP announces the MP34Q M.2 PCIe SSD with 8 TB; Subscribe ► Follow Tech-Legend.com on Social Media: Website: Instagram:
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