Welcome back to the Folding update. We have a variety of things to talk about today, but first, the weekly stats and links:
We'd better catch up fast, because drfish has thrown down the gauntlet. The last one to pass Ars Technica's Team Egg roll for sixth place in the Folding@home rankings is an, er, doodyhead. So let's take on Team Rage3D's super Folder and his minions. After all, there's no How??? in team.
In other news, Cass has put together a web site detailing the Frankenbot's Diskless Monstrosity, complete with pictures of the farm's jumble of cables and cords. I'm sure Cass knows where everything is, right Cass?
|Gigabyte shows off a trio of GeForce GTX 1080 Tis||5|
|iOS 10.3 arrives with APFS support in tow||4|
|MakeVR and Vive Tracker get HTC Vive ready for work and play||1|
|Biostar X370GTN is the first Ryzen Mini-ITX motherboard||22|
|Intel gives hard drives a boost with Optane Memory||49|
|Starcraft Remastered constructs higher-fidelity pylons||44|
|Transcend steps into the NVMe arena with the MTE850 SSD||7|
|MSI GTX 1080 Ti Armor 11G is the first custom card on e-tail shelves||9|
|Gigabyte has two A320 boards for bread-and-butter Ryzen builds||34|