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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...
Breaking the broken
Last week, Apple updated its iBooks app for all iOS devices. The world, even the book nerd world, did not break out into flash mobs...
Ignorance, legislative stupidity, and the French three-strikes piracy bill
Yesterday, French MPs approved a portion of a new copyright bill that would...
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...
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...
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|Noctua's original CPU cooler is reborn as the NH-U12A||27|
|Bargain basement: an Intel 660p 2 TB NVMe drive for $200 and much more||48|
|National Poultry Day Shortbread||26|
|Nvidia unveils $99 Jetson Nano single-board computer||43|
|Microsoft standardizes variable-rate shading as a part of DirectX 12||45|
|Bargain basement: a 34" 3440x1440 100 Hz VA display for $400 and more||28|
|All the Nvidia GTX 1660 graphics cards||45|
|Noctua's coolers go toe-to-toe with the cheaper AIOs, while having no liquid failure modes involved. IMO, there's no point in a lot of the cheaper clo...||+14|