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(hx) 05:42 AM EDT - Apr,15 2017
  • The AMD Ryzen 5 1600X vs Core i5 Review: Twelve Threads vs Four at $250 - On performance, for anyone wanting to do intense CPU work, the Ryzen gets a nod here. Twelve threads are hard to miss at this price point. For more punchy work, you need a high frequency i5 to take advantage of the IPC differences that Intel has. For gaming, our DX12 titles show a plus for AMD in any CPU limited scenario, such as Civilization or Rise of the Tomb Raider in certain scenes. For e-Sports, and most games based on DX9 or DX11, the Intel CPU is still a win here.
  • AMD Ryzen 5 1600 and 1400 Overclocking Results - What to expect when overclocking your new Ryzen 5 CPUs! We overclock two Ryzen 5 1600 and two Ryzen 5 1400 CPUs that we purchased online.
  • AMD's Ryzen 5 can be stably overclocked to 4 GHz -  The Ryzen 5 series comes in four flavors the quad-core/8-thread 1400 and 1500X, and the 6-core/12-thread 1600 and 1600X. HardOCP purchased two 1400 and two 1600 to put through stress testing. All of the processors have a base clock speed of 3.2 GHz. First, they tested the 1600 CPUs. After hours of testing, the CPU was running stable at 4.0 GHz using 3200 MHz RAM. The core voltage was set to 1.45 volts and level 5 load-line calibration. Both Ryzen 1600s worked identically.
  • The New Titan Is Here: NVIDIA TITAN Xp - With the announcement of GTX 1080Ti, it seemed as if once again Nvidia's Titan GPU would become obsolete since the GTX counterpart was delivering almost equivalent performance at a considerably reduced price. To make sure that doesn't happen, Nvidia has now announced yet another Titan GPU, built once again on the Pascal architecture. The new Titan GPU, Titan Xp (as opposed to 2016's Titan X Pascal) is an upgraded version of the old gpu delivering more performance at the same price tag. The Titan Xp utilizes GP102 GPU and comes equipped with an upgraded 12GB of 11.4 Gbps GDDR5X memory, 3840 CUDA cores at 1.6GHz and 12 TFLOPs of computing power. Those cores are faster, too, with a boost clock of 1,582MHz compared to the Titan X's 1,531MHz. The new Titan Xp will be priced once again at $1,200 making it still considerably more expensive than a GTX 1080Ti but with better on-paper performance. How the benchmarks will hold up remains to be seen.
  • New Radeon Crimson drivers for Windows 10 Creators Update - Whether you've already made the jump to the Creators Update for Windows 10 or are planning to, one thing you should do is make sure that all of drivers are up to date (see what other tips we recommend). This is especially true for your graphics card, as the Creators Update introduces several gaming features. Nvidia already released a driver update that adds support for the Creators Update (version 381.65), and now AMD has followed suit with a new set of Crimson ReLive drivers, version 17.4.2. Radeon Pro Software Beta 17.4.2 driver is here.
  • New processors are now blocked from receiving updates on old Windows - According to Ars Technica, updates are finally being blocked for anyone on Windows 7 or 8.1 that's using one of the new chips. The move isn't surprising, as Microsoft did announce this some time ago, but it is still a bit peculiar, as Windows 8.1 is still under mainstream support until January 9, 2018. Mainstream support means that new features are still added to the OS; once it's over, it goes into extended support, when the company will only release security updates and fixes for it. Windows 7, on the other hand, hasn't been eligible for mainstream support since January 13, 2015.
  • Xiaomi Mi Air 13 review: A great first effort - Overall, the Mi Air 13 is one of the best notebooks you can buy for $700. The fact that it is limited to China is an issue when it comes to warranty, but resellers that list the notebook offer their own 12-month warranty. You can also use code GAir on GearBest to get it for $689. The notebook combines a minimalist design with great internal hardware, all backed by a vivid display and a keyboard that’s a delight to use. The Mi Air 13 comes with a Chinese version of Windows 10 by default, and you can install your own version should you have a key handy. If you want a notebook that delivers excellent value for money, get the Mi Air 13.
  • Numerous MacBook Pro owners report unexplained "popping" sound - Almost six months after Apple unveiled its latest MacBook Pro laptops, a growing number of owners are reporting an unusual problem. On Apple's support site, and on various other forums, many of them have described a strange 'popping' sound coming from their notebooks, similar to the sound heard when you "slowly squeeze a plastic bottle". The problem appears to affect the 15-inch MacBook Pro more than the 13-inch models, and while some describe the issue occurring at random, others say they've only encountered it when engaged in more intensive tasks, such as playing games or streaming videos.
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  • Booby-Trapped Word Documents Exploit Critical Microsoft 0-Day - The attack starts with an e-mail that attaches a malicious Word document, according to a blog post published Saturday by researchers from security firm FireEye. Once opened, exploit code concealed inside the document connects to an attacker-controlled server. It downloads a malicious HTML application file that's disguised to look like a document created in Microsoft's Rich Text Format. Behind the scenes, the .hta file downloads additional payloads from "different well-known malware families."
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  • Build - PC in a Mouse ! - OK, ATi is not exactly powering this contraption, but the old ATi GPU fan on the mouse certainly caught my eye.
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  • Turn Your Smartphone Into A Universal Remote - This tiny Bluetooth tool will make all your home devices controllable right from your smartphone. Just don't let all the power go to your head.
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last 10 comments:
Tom(12:37 PM EDT - Apr,18 2017 )
@Edge. I prefer Firefox and Chrome where I can use Addons.

@Smartphone remote. Give me a break. I can control whatever I want with my IR blaster enabled devices and I have a HTPC, I don't need that shit.

@PC in a mouse, how fucking retarded including the other thing he showed.

@New processors/Windows, now this is BS to me. But to those dissing it and crying I'm going to Linux, whatever fucknut, Linux has jack shit. Go play in your "I can't do shit" OS.

@Youtube TV. $35/monthly, not a chance I'll stick with streaming. F off.

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