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Rowhammer attack exploits shrinking process size in DRAM
A couple weeks ago, Google's Project Zero team demonstrated a very clever exploit of modern DDR3 memory. Their inspiration came from a research paper,
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...
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...
|Microsoft announces $189 classroom laptops and Office 365 dictation||10|
|Intel advises users to stop installing Spectre microcode patches||38|
|Gigabyte embeds Gemini Lake SoCs in its latest fanless motherboards||7|
|Asus ROG Strix Fusion 500 headset is ready to party||9|
|Report: Nvidia requests retailers to focus GeForce sales on gamers||65|
|Rumor: Details spill on the second wave of Coffee Lake desktop CPUs||48|
|Latest Office for Mac offers real-time collaboration and a common code base||8|
|LG 27UK650-W is an affordable 4K HDR10 display||15|
|SK Hynix adds GDDR6 memory chips to its product catalog||10|
|I'm not going to pay full price for a new broken Intel CPU You could buy a new, slightly less broken AMD CPU instead... ;-)||+23|