Category Archives: Misc

EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G3 PSU Review

By | March 26, 2017

We already reviewed the SuperNOVA 850 G3, which left a good impression on us. Today, we’re looking at the 1000 G3, this family’s current flagship model. It’s a physically diminutive PSU that offers high performance in every area. By the time we finished testing EVGA’s SuperNOVA 850 G3, we turned around and put the 1000W… Read More »

Meet The IETF's New Chair, Alissa Cooper

By | March 25, 2017

Remember the story about three little pigs, their questionable choice in building materials, and the big bad wolf that blows down two of their houses? Well, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is the one that makes sure the internet isn’t made from the technical equivalent of straw and wood. As of next week, the… Read More »

The Ultimate Phison E7 Prototype NVMe SSDs

By | March 25, 2017

We have two Phison E7 NVMe SSD reference designs that we may see in 2017 as retail products. The first SSD features a double dose of DRAM to increase random performance. The second SSD uses MLC flash that is programmed as SLC to boost performance. Source link

SSD Finder

By | March 24, 2017

Tom’s Hardware has reviewed hundreds of SSDs. Use this configurator to find the best SSD with respect to your needs: price, specs, features, and more. Source link

Tencent Cloud Taps Nvidia Tesla GPU Accelerators For AI

By | March 24, 2017

Nvidia announced that its Tesla P100, P40, and M40 GPU accelerators will soon be used by Tencent Cloud to offer a variety of AI-powered services. The announcement comes as tech companies small and large turn to AI for increasingly “smart” products and services. Building the AI behind those offerings is no easy feat–that’s why Nvidia… Read More »

Biostar Announces Racing Z270GTN, B250GTN Mini-ITX Boards

By | March 24, 2017

Biostar announced two new motherboards in the mini-ITX form factor with support for LGA 1151 socket processors. The Racing Z270GTN and Racing B250GTN support the Intel Z270 and B250 chipsets, respectively, and offer two 5050 LED headers to “bring more colorful lighting options to DIYers.” The Racing Z270GTN supports up to DDR4-3200 RAM, whereas the… Read More »