The custom CPU manufacturer MIPS has returned to its roots in Silicon Valley, and it's already plotting its comeback. Can the small CPU firm still find a place at the AI table? The post MIPS Returns to Silicon Valley, Eyes Burgeoning AI Market appeared first on ExtremeTech.
GPU prices are so high, they're killing the value proposition of building your own gaming PC. The post GPU Prices Skyrocket, Breaking the Entire DIY PC Market appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It seems we have a veritable trend on our hands (well, under our hands), as this year Corsair, Razer, and the newly revived Mad Catz all showed off their own flagship mice featuring wireless power and connectivity.
It's called KRUSTY (Kilopower Reactor Using Stirling Technology), and it's being ramped up to full power in a few weeks. The post NASA Is Developing a Compact Nuclear Reactor for Future Mars Habitats appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Among some of the other announcements GIGABYTE made this year at CES 2018, it also displayed some of their existing gaming laptops in the Aero 15X (now available in pure black) as well as the AORUS X9, a very thin, dual GPU laptop using...Show More Summary
Gigabyte announced new additions to its J and N series of embedded mini-ITX motherboards. The new platforms come with CPUs from Intel’s recently-announced Gemini Lake family, and replace the previous Apollo Lake-based boards.
The Windows 10 error "Page Fault In Nonpaged Area" usually results in a BSOD and can be quite frustrating to troubleshoot. The error is caused by Windows not finding a file within memory that it expects to find.
Here are all the new Thunderbolt 3-powered external graphics enclosures we saw at CES 2018.
It turns out a malicious script has been hiding on its website for about two months. The post OnePlus Says 40,000 Credit Card Numbers Were Stolen From Its Site appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Intel launched a new generation of RealSense depth cameras this week, and they feature stereo cameras, updated depth modules, and Intel RealSense D4 vision processors. But these cameras aren’t built for consumers; these are for developers.
ASRock introduced its second-generation Micro-STX gaming desktops with discrete graphics processors at CES 2018. The new DeskMini GTX systems are based on the Intel Z370 platform and support Intel’s six-core Coffee Lake processors. When...Show More Summary
Detroit celebrates the pickup truck with 3 major intros. Plus SUVs, a handful of new cars, and Nissan's amazing concept crossover. The post Top 10 Cars and Trucks of the 2018 Detroit Auto Show appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The EFF and Lookout uncovered a mobile espionage campaign on a global scale, called Dark Caracal.
This year at CES, one of the interesting things at the Kingston suite was a demonstration of its new enterprise-grade DCU1000 SSDs. The current U.2 drives use four consumer-grade KC1000 M.2 SSDs behind a PCIe switch to offer up to 3.2 GB of useful capacity as well as a massive aggregated random read/write performance. Show More Summary
Using a new rotating print head, the team has managed to precisely control the arrangement of microscopic fibers and give the finished object greater strength relative to its mass. The post Spinning 3D Printer Could Be Key To Stronger Materials appeared first on ExtremeTech.
AMD and Enmotus partner to offer two tiering/caching software options on AMD platforms.
There's almost nothing left inside a PC that could be fitted with RGB LEDs. At least that was our assumption until we came across iBuyPower's suite at CES this year. For the person that has RGB everything, how about some RGB cables to...Show More Summary
Ajit Pai has released an updated draft report ahead of the FCC's February meeting, indicating the government body won't try to redefine mobile and fixed broadband as essentially equivalent. The post FCC Backpedals, Won’t Cripple US Broadband Standard appeared first on ExtremeTech.
NZXT heard what you said about its new N7 Z370 motherboard, and it still hopes to make things right.
Owners of SODIMM-equipped Mini-ITX boards and desktop-based luggable notebooks want performance. G.Skill delivers the speed in its DDR4-3800, but is it really that must faster than standard DDR4-2400?