Thermaltake Intros Versa H26 Tempered Glass Edition

Thermaltake Intros Versa H26 Tempered Glass Edition

Thermaltake today introduced the Versa H26 Tempered Glass Edition mid-tower chassis. A variant of the Versa H26, the case is characterized by a 4 mm-thick tempered glass window covering the entire left side panel. The case features a conventional dual partition layout, with the upper compartment housing the motherboard tray...

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Boeing Hit by WannaCry Ransomware Attack, Denies Delivery Schedule Impacted

Boeing Hit by WannaCry Ransomware Attack, Denies Delivery Schedule Impacted

Boeing Commercial Airplanes is the latest victim of the “WannaCry” ransomware attack. The American aerospace giant confirmed that “a small number of” legacy computers tasked with automation of wing spar assembly machines were affected, at a company facility north of Charleston, South Carolina. The company denied that this incident impacts...

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G.Skill Readies a Sniper X Memory Variant Targeted at AMD “Pinnacle Ridge”

G.Skill Readies a Sniper X Memory Variant Targeted at AMD “Pinnacle Ridge”

G.Skill is giving final touches to a Sniper X memory kit that could be the company’s go-to product for AMD Ryzen 2000-series “Pinnacle Ridge” processors, in the same way as the company’s Flare X DDR4-3200 memory kits gained popularity among AMD Ryzen-based gaming PC builders. Flare X will still very...

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ASUS Intros VG255H Console Gaming Monitor

ASUS Intros VG255H Console Gaming Monitor

ASUS today introduced the VG255H, a 24.5-inch “console gaming monitor.” The company is targeting this Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) monitor at console gamers, as a better alternative to TV. We guess ASUS is also hedging its bets on PC gamers transitioning over to consoles (who prefer gaming on...

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NVIDIA Temporarily Halts Self-Driving Tests in Wake of Recent Crashes

NVIDIA Temporarily Halts Self-Driving Tests in Wake of Recent Crashes

Even though NVIDIA’s CEO Jensen Huang has been delivering keynotes at this year’s GDC that mainly focus on AI-driven workloads and system training, the company has decided to put a temporary stop to self-driving tests using its technology. This decision comes in the wake of the Uber crash, which killed...

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New “BranchScope” Side-channel CPU Vulnerability Threatens Modern Processors

New “BranchScope” Side-channel CPU Vulnerability Threatens Modern Processors

In the age of cyber-security vulnerabilities being named by their discoverers, much like incoming tropical storms, the latest, which exploits speculative execution of modern processors, is named “BranchScope,” discovered by academics from four US universities, Dmitry Evtyushkin, Ryan Riley, Nael Abu-Ghazaleh, and Dmitry Ponomarev. The vulnerability has been successfully tested...

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Enermax Announces Availability of Liqfusion 240 CPU Cooler

Enermax Announces Availability of Liqfusion 240 CPU Cooler

ENERMAX, a leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance PC hardware products, announces the launch of a new all-in-one liquid cooler series, LIQFUSION. At CES 2018, ENERMAX debuted the prototype of LIQFUSION; this closed-loop water cooler quickly gained media and visitors’ attention to its beautiful and brilliant lighting effects. The durable...

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Adobe and NVIDIA Announce Partnership to Deliver New AI Services

Adobe and NVIDIA Announce Partnership to Deliver New AI Services

At Adobe Summit, Adobe and NVIDIA today announced a strategic partnership to rapidly enhance their industry-leading artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning technologies. Building on years of collaboration, the companies will work to optimize the Adobe Sensei AI and machine learning (ML) framework for NVIDIA GPUs. The collaboration will speed time to...

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G.SKILL Achieves Dual-Channel DDR4-5000 MHz Memory Speed on Air-Cooling

G.SKILL Achieves Dual-Channel DDR4-5000 MHz Memory Speed on Air-Cooling

G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is excited to announce the achievement of an unprecedented DDR4-5000 MHz memory in dual-channels. This major breakthrough is the world’s first instance of two DDR4 RGB memory modules breaking the DDR4-5000 MHz barrier on...

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Samsung Miniaturizes the Z-SSD to the M.2 Form-factor

Samsung Miniaturizes the Z-SSD to the M.2 Form-factor

Samsung unveiled an M.2 variant of its flagship high-performance Z-SSD. Targeted at workstations, HPCs, and AI servers, the Z-SSD lineup is built around Samsung’s proprietary Z-NAND flash memory, that offer “up to 10 times” higher cell read performance than conventional 3D V-NAND (found on drives such as the 960 Pro)....

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