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Phanteks' Power Splitter lets two systems run on one PSU
— 9:46 AM on November 25, 2015

Here's one for the extreme system builders out there. Putting two systems inside one PC case would normally require two power supplies, but Phanteks'...

Type: News story Tags: Power

Dell gets Superfishy by shipping PCs with self-signed root certificates
— 4:31 PM on November 23, 2015

Remember the Superfish debacle, when Lenovo shipped computers with a preinstalled rogue root certification authority (CA)? Dell seems to think that was a good...

Type: News story Tags: Systems Internet

Mozilla axes heavyweight Firefox themes and tab groups
— 1:04 PM on November 23, 2015

Back in August, Mozilla announced plans to adopt a Chrome-like extension framework for Firefox called WebExtensions. In turn, the company plans to deprecate its...

Type: News story Tags: Internet

Report: Xeons with on-package FPGAs to ship next year
— 8:20 AM on November 23, 2015

Way back in June 2014, Intel announced its intent to develop a Xeon with x86 cores and an integrated FPGA to accelerate certain processing...

Type: News story Tags: Servers

Scythe's Fuma heatsink keeps CPUs cool with up to three fans
— 4:31 PM on November 16, 2015

Japanese manufacturer Scythe is known in PC-enthusiast circles for its big tower CPU heatsinks. The company has added another behemoth to its lineup called

Type: News story Tags: Cooling

Monday Shortbread
— 4:11 PM on November 16, 2015

The Pick 6 Intel @ SC15: Launching Xeon Phi "Knights Landing" & Omni-Path Architecture Legit Reviews: Intel Kaby Lake processor and 200 series chipet...

Type: News story Tags: Shortbread

AMD's Boltzmann Initiative could make HPC development easier
— 1:24 PM on November 16, 2015

AMD wants to make software development easier for high-performance computing (HPC) clusters, like those based on its FirePro S9170. At SC15 this week,...

Type: News story Tags: Servers

Cherry MX Nature White switches take the bump out of MX browns
— 11:49 AM on November 11, 2015

Cherry MX black and MX red mechanical key switches both offer a linear key press without a bump or click to signal a key stroke....

Type: News story Tags: Input devices

Wednesday Shortbread
— 3:34 AM on November 11, 2015

Eight is Enough Dark Reading: NSA discloses 91% of vulnerabilities it finds, but how quickly? The Telegraph: Apple's Tim Cook declares the end of...

Type: News story Tags: Shortbread

EVGA's GQ-series PSUs offer Gold efficiency and semi-silent running
— 8:36 AM on November 10, 2015

What's this? Another line of EVGA PSUs? No, you're not dreaming. The company's GQ series is the latest addition to its existing B2, G2,...

Type: News story Tags: Power

Monday Shortbread
— 12:29 PM on November 9, 2015

Eight is Enough AnandTech: ASRock Rack launches Xeon D motherboards VR-Zone: AMD Radeon R9 380X rumored to debut on 15th for $249 techPowerUp!:...

Type: News story Tags: Shortbread

Nvidia will fix excessive GPU idle power use at high refresh rates
— 4:09 PM on November 6, 2015

A couple weeks ago, PC Perspective came across an intriguing behavior when testing Asus' PG279Q monitor. While driving that monitor with a GeForce...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Power

Arctic puts CPUs on ice with its Liquid Freezer coolers
— 9:08 AM on November 5, 2015

Arctic Cooling is already known for its CPU and graphics card air coolers, and now the company is putting its stamp on all-in-one liquid coolers,...

Type: News story Tags: Cooling

Have it your way with Roccat's Kiro ambidextrous mouse
— 8:28 AM on November 4, 2015

German gaming peripheral manufacturer Roccat has a new mouse out. Its name is Kiro, and it'll serve both right-handed and southpaw users equally well.

Type: News story Tags: Input devices

Cryorig's A-Series liquid coolers keep VRMs cool, too
— 7:25 AM on November 4, 2015

Closed-loop liquid coolers are all the rage these days, and even cheap PC cases make room for them. One thing most all-in-one cooling solutions...

Type: News story Tags: Cooling

Friday night topic: Should we all be paranoid now?
— 4:36 PM on October 30, 2015

I just finished reading Walter Kirn's article in The Atlantic about mass surveillance and privacy issues, entitled If you're not paranoid, you're crazy. Kirn...

Type: News story Tags: Miscellaneous Internet

Google Fiber apologizes for World Series outage, credits service to KC market
— 9:34 AM on October 30, 2015

I've written about how Google Fiber has slowly been rolling out here across the Kansas City metro area, including here at my place. The...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Networking

Corsair hushes its Strafe RGB keyboard with MX Silent switches
— 11:43 AM on October 27, 2015

Cherry mechanical key switches without tactile bumps aren't loud, exactly, but they still produce more noise than the average rubber-dome keyboard. Some enthusiasts solve this...

Type: News story Tags: Input devices