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Rowhammer attack exploits shrinking process size in DRAM
A couple weeks ago, Google's Project Zero team demonstrated a very clever exploit of modern DDR3 memory. Their inspiration came from a research paper,
The desktop PC needs a makeover
My PC is too big. Much too big. I'd always vaguely suspected it,...
A compact, fast, and quiet PC for the kitchen
If you've read our summer system guide, you might enjoy hearing the story of how our very cool Pocket Swiss Army Knife config came...
Have fun, win prizes
While at Newegg's LANFest 2K7 a couple weeks ago, I took note of several contests and promotions targeting gamers and PC geeks. I don't...
|The TR Podcast 175: the Zen of chipmaking and ARM's Cortex-A72 revealed||4|
|Elon Musk lays out vision for a battery-powered future||118|
|Inside ARM's Cortex-A72 microarchitecture||34|
|Asus' 144Hz MG279Q monitor may top out at 90Hz with FreeSync||58|
|Deal of the week: A Bay Trail netbook for $161, free case fans, and more||18|
|DirectX 12 Multiadapter shares work between discrete, integrated GPUs||98|
|Gigabyte's 9-series motherboards are Broadwell-ready||46|
|The TR Podcast will be live on Twitch shortly!||3|
|AMD delays FreeSync support for multi-GPU systems||41|