Foxconn motherboard, GTX 460M SLI, Xbox 720 processor

RAM is on the menu again, with TechPowerUp bringing news of the recently announced 8GB aXeRam DDR3-2000 memory kit from Transcend. With a clock speed of 2,000MHz the RAM kit is perfect for a high-end system.

TweakTown got some hands-on time with Foxconn to talk about the upcoming Quantum Force P67 motherboard. It is set to support Intel’s Sandy Bridge Socket 1155 processors and will have a price tag of around $150.

Tom’s Hardware tested out two GeForce GTX 460M graphics cards running SLI to see how the energy, efficiency, and performance of them fared in comparison to the higher-end GeForce GTX 480M, which suffers from power and heat problems.

To keep your system cool, check out the latest liquid CPU coolers from Asetek, reported by HardwareCanucks. There are three on offer, the 545LC, 565LX and 585LX, all of which support 92mm fans and allow for additional overclocking.

You’ll need a new case to put all your kit in, so check out the latest cases by BitFenix, including the Colossus Venom Edition and Colossus Window, reported by HotHardware. They come packed with features and sell for $169 and $149 respectively.

While the Xbox 360 is still going strong, particularly with the recent release of the Kinect, it appears Microsoft is preparing the innards of its successor rumoured to be called the Xbox 720. KitGuru reports that Microsoft has chosen the AMD Fusion II processor for the console.