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Teaching an old PSU new tricks
Years back, while still an angsty teenager, I had a bug in my head telling me that A+ certification sounded like good times. With...
A tribute to my under-appreciated home file servers
I spend an almost embarrassing amount of time in front of my desktop PC. It's my workhorse, and the system that I endeavor to...
Just fix the AHCI already, AMD
I've been partial to AMD for a long time. The first PC I built for myself had an Athlon Thunderbird running at a blistering 1.4GHz,...
The great PSU fan swap of 2008
Seasonic power supplies are great. Whether they're units the Taiwanese PSU manufacturer sells under its own name or those it makes for other firms (like...
Behold Thumper: Sun's SunFire X4500 storage server
In July of 2006, Sun added an interesting new machine to their lineup of Opteron-based x86 servers. It was codenamed 'Thumper' during...
Lessons from the difficult birth of the Spider platform
We try not to get too much into behind-the-scenes drama here at TR, "inside baseball" stuff like how we deal with public relations types, because...
TheLab.gr rips off PSU round-up
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but when you spend months working on something only to have it ripped off, flattery doesn't...
|Radeon Pro specs hint at a full-fat Polaris 11 GPU in MacBook Pros||25|
|AMD announces Radeon Pro drivers with scheduled releases||2|
|We're giving away our Aimpad R5 review unit||20|
|Apple's latest MacBook Pros ditch the F keys||114|
|In the lab: Gigabyte's GeForce GTX 1050 G1 Gaming graphics card||6|
|Google's Jamboard takes the whiteboard into the cloud||9|
|Transcend hops on the 3D NAND bandwagon with the SSD 230||4|
|Apple puts its AirPods in the oven a little longer||33|
|Microsoft helps hardware companies make VR more affordable||18|
|Absolutely. GCN is pretty much GCN, so the math backs this up: R9 290X = 1GHz x 2816 GCN CUs = 2816 CUGHz (pronounced "cougar hertz") RX 480 = 1.27GHz...||+44|