Everything You Need to Know About Mining Cards From NVIDIA and AMD

Mining Cards from NVIDIA & AMD You’ve probably noticed the prices of GPUs skyrocketing due to the recent cryptocurrency mining craze. NVIDIA has since reacted to the demand and presented a new GPU specifically geared towards miners. This card will not have any Displayports and only has a three month warranty. The 90 day warranty

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Understanding the AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition: A Guide for Prosumers

AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition Review AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition was released 2 weeks ago, and while the debate still rages on regarding the pros and cons of AMD vs NVIDIA, we do know more substantial information about these cards.  For most “prosumer” applications, the AMD Radeon Vega card more than holds their own.

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Learn About How Intel® 2008+ Platforms Got a Security Upgrade

Intel® security gets an update on their platforms. Intel® platforms, from Nehalem to Kaby Lake, have a remote exploitable security hole. Many sites have covered this Intel security issue and they have finally addressed it with a hot-fix. Taken from Intel’s Security Center: https://security-center.intel.com/advisory.aspx?intelid=INTEL-SA-00075&languageid=en-fr Every version of Intel–from AMT, ISM, SBT, Nehalem to the Kaby Lake release

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Intel® Announces Thunderbolt™ 3 Standard and Protocol for Future CPUs

The new Intel Thunderbolt standard. Intel® created the Thunderbolt™ 3 with the intention of providing faster computer interface accessibility to everyone.  Due to the slow consumer USB-C interface adoption, Intel has released plans to develop future CPUs with Thunderbolt technology. It will also offer the same interface to third party chip-makers royalty-free. Intel’s vision is

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Teleport: The New and Improved SSHD Server Software

Gravitational reinvented the SSHD wheel and did it better. SSHD server software has been around since the dawn of time and has not been revisited since its inception. Now, for the first time, a contender has stepped up to improve and evolve the software. Welcome to Teleport by Gravitational, built with Google language “Go”. Gravitational’s Teleport provides support teams

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