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?
|Corsair Lighting Node Pro brings light strip control to every PC||7|
|In the lab: Asus' Tinker Board SBC||9|
|In the lab: HyperX's Alloy FPS mechanical gaming keyboard||6|
|Team Group Cardea SSDs are ready to handle the heat||6|
|Gigabyte's Ryzen motherboards are home, home on the range||22|
|Zotac molds GTX 1050s into low-profile tiny terrors||2|
|TR forums spotlight: krazyredboy's crazy simulator PC||9|
|Deals of the week: a high-end Mini-ITX mobo, fast RAM, storage, and more||25|
|Steam Audio SDK promises better surround sound gratis||19|
|Best part of the article? We're flying home with Ryzen review samples as of this writing.||+43|