Welcome to another edition of TR's latest feature. Be sure to stop by the forums this weekend to take a break from all that summer fun! Send me an e-mail during the week if you see a thread that should be added for next week's roundup.
Failing Antec PSUs SpotTheCat and some other forum members are investigating failing Antec power supplies, specifically the TruePower 430. Stop by the thread and share any experiences that you've had with this PSU. Hopefully this won't become another IBM GXP type problem. (Note that the original GXP comment thread is still alive and kicking.)
Digital Photography In case last weekend's Photography Thread got you really interested in learning how to take better pictures, this new thread has a ton of good information about how to get started. There's also a good discussion about the benefits (and drawbacks) to having a SLR camera.
Fry's Party Our Activities Director is planning an assault on the new Chicago area Fry's. If you live within driving distance, this should be an excellent way to enjoy a Saturday afternoon. So mark August 14th on your calendars and drop a line in the thread if you're interested. If I had any money left over from my wedding, I'd fly out there myself.
Starting to hold off SAGoons? We've had some good gains lately in Folding production and the overtake date for losing 12th place has slipped. So if we can just get some more folding crate farms, we should be able to close the gap even further.
|Synaptics Clear ID FS9500 fingerprint sensors slip under phone screens||2|
|TR's 2017 Christmas giveaway: goodies from MSI, Antec, and OCZ||15|
|VESA DisplayHDR attempts to demystify HDR-capable monitors||16|
|BenQ EW277HDR brings HDR10 in reach of mere mortals||5|
|Intel Pentium Gold chips now have Silver siblings||34|
|Acer ProDesigner PE320QK is big on size and color accuracy||2|
|Thermaltake's Nemesis Switch has enough buttons for all your macros||17|
|Zotac Gaming MEK1 PCs have the requisite pieces of flair||9|
|Toshiba's latest hard drives store 14 TB without shingles||66|
|I liked it better when they called these chips "Atom". It was a more clear distinction. "Pentium Gold" is Kaby Lake. "Pentium Silver" is Gemini Lake (...||+11|