Wow. This past weekend was one long blur of OS installs, testing, troubleshooting, Ghost images, and caffeine injections. I hope you guys enjoyed the Canterw00d review. Now that I have so many fresh, new test results, I'm working on doing some other things with them. We should have some interesting articles for you soon, if it all works out. I have this board based on SiS's R658 chipset here with RDRAM support. I don't quite know what to make of it.
Other than fun.
I also have a backlog of Fancy New Hardware to clear out here, including at least one thing to give away to you guys. All in due time once I recover.
Oh, also, I have been informed that some of you guys need to learn how to use the reply button in the new comments system. It's not hard, guys. Even if you aren't using a threaded view, the gerbil you're flaming might be, and the lurkers definitely are, judging by what I'm hearing.
|der8auer Direct Die Frame lets Skylake-X owners flip their lids||2|
|Gigabyte offers a sneak peek at a future AMD motherboard at CES||2|
|Thesaurus Day Shortbread||1|
|Thursday deals: an 850 EVO, great mobos, cheap RAM, and more||6|
|iOS will get an off switch for iPhone anti-blackout measures||9|
|Intel security patches could cause restarts on hardware old and new||9|
|Samsung fires up its foundries for mass production of GDDR6 memory||19|
|Use InSpectre to see if you're protected from Meltdown and Spectre||36|
|David Kanter dissects Intel's 22-nm FinFET Low Power process tech||13|
|On look, an InSpectre Gadget.||+82|