Be sure to check out the Guru3d news article for more details but there may be issues with firmware updates 3B6QCXP7 and 3B7QCXE7. It is worth checking your firmware if you have weird intermittent issues. Link below.
Guru3d breaking the news on the new MSI VR Boost Kit! Basically it allows you to use one of your 5.25" drive bays (CD/DVD bay) to install their kit which adds an HDMI and two USB 3.0 connectors. This will allow you to connect and disconnect your VR gear without trying to get to the rear connections. Click the picture for the MSI page or the source link below for the Guru3d link.
I am actually surprised this is the first time we are hearing someone sue Microsoft over this practice but Guru3D covered the story. Basically this business owner received the Windows 10 upgrade, she said it was unwanted and caused many issues. Microsoft could not help her fix the problem so she sued. They settled out of court for $10k. Not bad, but who is next? Read the article from Guru3D by clicking the photo or the source link.
Guru3d is reporting an issue with the GTX 1070 and GTX 1080. They report that you may have issues booting into windows if you have a monitor refresh rate of greater than 81hz AND are using the DVI port. The temporary fix is to just use Display Port or boot into windows safe mode and switch the refresh rate to 60hz or below 81hz. Click the photo or source link for their full repot.
Guru3d breaks the news on a 4TB 850evo model!!! Check the source link for the full read. Personally none of my reseller channels have it even listed (just the enterprise version). Currently the highest capacity SSD a customer has used is the 850evo 2TB....who is in for a 4TB version? :)