They just FIT. No trimming required. Like a conspiracy or something...
Both are metric, 48" is only...
I'm trying to hack a VGA cable with some resistors, as the latest beta theoretically supports.
Thinking maybe I can stuff this all inside an old PS/2 keyboard. Without pins, its fairly small.
By default or...
Though a caption originally attatched to news photo said like 1.5GByte per 8.8mm square.
How exactly that figures to 500TB? Best check the math, cause I only extrapolate 193GB
from a 10cm square without gaps. Something about this article doesn't smell accurate...
If absence of an electron can carry heat (as proven by the P blocks in a Peltier cooler), maybe could also carry information?
A phonon of excited electrons around each hole may be the actual carrier. Sounds like someone got that hot mess to swirl.
Nice picture of fried cable ends...
1) Power Rangers 2.1 you say?!?
2) If 50V good, why stop there?
3) Why my video still only 12V?
-Maybe real news above this line-...
Whater's goin on at Fermi smelled portant enough to spew video bout it
To the benchmarks:
Standard Model Predicts: 18.1
Brookhaven Measured: 20.9 (earlier)
Fermi Measured: 20.4 (now)
I call BS on neglecting to state wether a high or low score wins.
What she said...
I gather this is thermoelectic somehow turned sideways by magnetism?
To generate more Volts, just make wider instead of thicker.
Dunno how this compares for cooling, or even if it can...
I once wanted to do this (slowly) with room temp audio oscillators that all fit significantly under a
quarter wave by dubious virtue of making the waves I'm working with...
Doubtful how running a fridge down to zero compares to Watts saved in a CPU that uses no energy?
And no for all my bookreadings, don't get me lying how those damn...
"Also, just in case you were curious, apparently a garage full of rotting potatoes smells a lot like rotting fish."
"By day 6, you can hear Equalo struggling for air that doesn’t smell like the world’s worst storage...
I love science! Especially all the well thought through half baked conclusions.
Apparently this baloon thingie sees atmospheric showers thrown by heavy particles.
Some of those showers are of unexpected polarization, and hard to explain. Unless
like neutrinos, they came through the Earth from...
Size cut by more than 50%. I wonder if these might be even faster than the old ones, which were 35nS quick.
Not that I care, unless they offer new devices in parallel SRAM pinout. I don't mess with serial or DDR pinouts.
They announced an expensive new 32MBit (2Mx16) recently with two dies...
Allow me to mislead with my own incomplete grasp. I get the impression this might
be describing a kilometer long optical fiber parametrically amplified memory loop.
Holding, amplifying, phase locking, possibly doing logic on many...
Nevermind. Those look like red/blue cereal box glasses. No comparison to VR cows.
Giant UDSH may be a simpler, smaller, or faster way to sense an MRAM cell.
Not that existing MRAMs have much of a problem in any of those departments.
How exactly does this new method improve on the magnetic tunnel...
Whats really going on? I got three inconsistent stories from employees.
Newspaper sais they are only closing Palo Alto, but switching to some
form of consignment where they will own no inventory? From what I saw,
that plan has not put any product on shelves...
In 1954, Goto Eiichi (Eiichi Goto in English, except he wasn't) developed an oscillating magamp that
could perform majority vote logic, amplify the winning state, and hold the result for as long as needed
in one of two possible phase locks. All without transistors or tubes, just ordinary...
Is this price from last month still valid? $133.47. And do they ship?
Before we draw any wild conclusions based upon a normal RX470.
Let us translate: The hole is empty, no connector.
Thanks to CryptoKitties slowdown, Nanopool upped payout minimum by factor of four!
-edit- Over for the moment, lets hope it don't happen again, but no reason prevents it.
Idiots will be torching ETH to breed YuGiOh cards by end of the year, mark my words.
Now if it was rats, might could...
I was pulling 750W from the wall, and my 850W Toughpower Grand was handling it fine.
Just running a bit toasty, and I'm thinking closer to a 50% load would be more efficient...
So, I gank all my mixed bag of AMD/NVidia from this rig and replace with Qty8 1050ti.
That got my power down to 550W...
Also tried intel XMU utility from Windows, but offers no higher multipler than 42x.
42x is dead stock, so what gives with an unlocked K that can only go down???
I read 5GHz is not difficult, is that entirely BCLK, or the multiplier will go further
than XMU is offering? What do I need to be...
Vicor, ST, TI, seems like everyone and their 1st cousin are ready and see this coming but us.
Problem is power wasted by hot [H]ard switching regulators each time they open and close.
Yeah, you can have lots of phases, and spread the problem out over an area, but it still adds
up the same wasted...
I notice my (easily overheated XFX RS) GPU heatpipes return against gravity.
Supposing thats normal for PCIe. I'm wondering if anyone has ever attempted
flipping thier entire case over for purpose of measure? I may try later tonight...
I couldn't get the provisioning package to install.
Then I noticed provisioning is in section of settings for School (WTF??)
I figure maybe this ppkg for no good reason wants to know who I am.
So I disconnect from internet, un-immunize Spybot Anti-beacon, and
tell windows its OK for apps to...
I'm running crossfire RX 480's on my ASUS Prime B350 Plus.
"fast" 16x-sized socket is offered directly from the Ryzen SOC.
"slow" 16x sized socket on this board branches off the B350,
offering only PCIe 4x2.0, sharing bandwith with both Ethernet
and SATA. NVMe is Direct from Ryzen, though I...