Hope you guys enjoyed your weekend. I had big fun. I stepped over the threshold into a new level of domesticity as we picked up our new minivan. Yep! There's no going back now. We even strapped in Jr. Damage and Jr. Damagette and went for a nice, long drive on Saturday evening. There's no better way to spend those weekend nights.
It may seem like I've been a bit scarce around here lately, but I promise I've been pulling strings in the background in order to keep things rolling. In fact, there's really a lot going on. Much of my work must be conducted in secretclandestine meetings, illicit benchmarking, covert Excel jockeyinguntil the appointed times. We have a big couple of weeks coming up, which should be funlots of new goodies are coming before the end of the month.
You may have noticed we have a couple new sponsors over on the right of the front page here. Go visit the folks at CoolerGuys and PC PitStop to see what they have to offer. PC PitStop will be of particular interest to all you SCSI freaks. They have all the fancy cables and weird terminators you need to make SCSI work.
You've probably also noticed more news here during the weekdays. That's Geoff's doing. We're working on keeping the news flowing during the weekdays here more consistently, so send him some news. He could use something interesting to post.
|Amazon's Echo Look uses machine learning to dress you up||7|
|EK machines a waterblock for the ROG Maximus IX Apex||1|
|Microsoft describes how it uses telemetry data for smoother updates||14|
|id software talks about Ryzen||58|
|FSP hits the heatsink market with its Windale CPU coolers||15|
|Steelseries Qck Prism is a lit stage for your mouse||21|
|Biostar shows up fashionably late to the Radeon 500-series party||9|
|MSI lets loose a trio of Optane motherboard bundles||12|
|GeForce 381.89 drivers power up their armor for Dawn of War III||8|