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ASUS also teases Mining RX 470 card June 27, 2017 - 21:30
Specifications revealed of ASUS Mining P106 card for Ethereum mining June 27, 2017 - 21:24
Intel ships the first 64-layer TLC 3D NAND SSD June 27, 2017 - 21:12
AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition ships today for $999 June 27, 2017 - 18:05
Sharkoon shows its Shark Zone GS10 gaming chair June 27, 2017 - 16:41
AMD Radeon RX 470 and 560 mining cards show up in Europe June 27, 2017 - 15:33
NVM Express 1.3 specification adds more features June 27, 2017 - 14:46
In Win reveals 101 and 101C ATX cases June 27, 2017 - 14:40
EU slaps Google with 2.42 billon EUR antitrust fine June 27, 2017 - 12:07
BIOSTAR TB250-BTC Pro motherboard lets you mine Ethereum with 12 GPUs June 27, 2017 - 11:53
Some more self-driving car deals for NVIDIA June 27, 2017 - 11:41
AMD Radeon Vega Frontier Edition gets benched and more tidbits June 26, 2017 - 15:05
Gigabyte offers up to 80EUR Steam credit with X299 mobo purchase June 26, 2017 - 14:59
Intel Skylake and Kaby Lake CPUs suffer from big HyperTreading flaw June 26, 2017 - 14:53
EU court may decide on 1.06B EUR Intel antitrust case in 2018 June 26, 2017 - 14:12
Semiconductor sector to be transformed by end of Moore's Law June 26, 2017 - 13:15
Ethereum craze: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 now more expensive than GTX 1080 June 25, 2017 - 12:06
Next NVIDIA GeForce lineup not based on Volta? June 24, 2017 - 16:43
Part of the Windows 10 source code leaked online June 24, 2017 - 13:03
G.Skill adds new DDR4 modules for Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X June 23, 2017 - 18:08

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Posted on Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 21:30:29 CEST by
ASUS also shares the specifications of its Mining RX 470, another model designed for the cryptocurrency market. This product has 2048 stream processors, a 926MHz base clock, 1206MHz Boost, 256-bit memory bus, and 4GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 7000MHz.

It measures 240mm x 130mm x 38.9mm, there is one DVI-D output and the card is equipped with a dual-fan cooling solution.

Unlike the ASUS Mining P106 card, the company isn't providing a hint about what kind of performance level its Mining RX 470 can achieve versus regular models.

Pricing and availability is unknown.
ASUS Mining RX 470 is designed for coin mining with high-efficiency components - delivering maximum hash-rate production at minimum cost

  • Dual-Ball Bearing Fans run smoother by reducing friction, further improving 2X longer card lifespan and cooling efficiency.
  • IP5X-Certified Fans for dust resistant and longer fan lifespan.
  • Industry Only Auto-Extreme Technology with Super Alloy Power II delivers premium quality and best reliability.
  • GPU TWEAK II allows you to modify GPU clock, memory clock and voltage to gain the best hash rate.
  • ASUs RX 470 Mining
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    Posted on Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 21:24:50 CEST by
    ASUS reveals the specifications of its Mining P106, a cryptocurrency mining video card based on the NVIDIA GP160-100 GPU. This is a new variant of the GPU that's used by the GP106 GPU that's used by the GeForce GTX 1060 series.

    The Mining P106 card features 1280 CUDA cores, a 1506MHz base clock, 1708MHz Boost, 192-bit memory bus, and 6GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 8008MHz. There are no display outputs on the Mining P106.

    It has a size of 240mm x 131mm x 38mm and is equipped with a dual-fan cooling solution. ASUS claims this Mining Edition offers a maximum hash rate that's 36 percent higher than same-segment non-mining cards.

    Pricing and availability is unknown.
    ASUS Mining P106 is designed for coin mining with high-efficiency components - delivering maximum hash-rate production at minimum cost

  • Dual-Ball Bearing Fans run smoother by reducing friction, further improving 2X longer card lifespan and cooling efficiency.
  • IP5X-Certified Fans for dust resistant and longer fan lifespan.
  • Industry Only Auto-Extreme Technology with Super Alloy Power II delivers premium quality and best reliability.
  • GPU TWEAK II allows you to modify GPU clock, memory clock and voltage to gain the best hash rate.
  • ASUS Mining P106

    ASUS Mining P106
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    Posted on Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 21:12:46 CEST by
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    Intel send out word that it's now shipping the SSD 545s, world's first commercially available SSD that features 64-layer TLC 3D NAND memory. The 2.5" SSD 545s is exclusively available with 512GB storage capacity and features read speeds of up to 550MB/s, write speeds of up to 500MB/s and random 4K write performance of 85,000 IOPS. It comes with a five-year warranty and has a launch MSRP of $179, which seems fairly high. A version with M.2 form factor will follow later this year.
    Intel has delivered the world's first commercially available 64-layer, TLC, 3D NAND solid state drive (SSD). While others have been talking about it, we have delivered.

    Today we are announcing the new Intel® SSD 545s for the computer client. This is a high-quality, reliable drive for the mainstream market that delivers great performance for older PCs or new value PCs. This technology leadership product can be purchased at Newegg* beginning today.

    At Intel, our commitment is to drive platform-connected solutions that deliver a better experience wherever compute and data come together. We continue to invest in both Intel® 3D NAND technology and Intel® Optane™ technology to make that happen.

    Intel has outlined on many occasions how today's data explosion presents the industry an opportunity to derive more value out of that data. The challenge of the past has been affordability and performance of storage. That's where TLC, 3D NAND comes into play. Based on our 30 years of memory experience, we've optimized the 3D NAND floating gate architecture and manufacturing process.

    Let's talk about the architecture first.

    Intel® 3D NAND technology is a floating gate architecture that gives us the world's best areal density today and provides scalability for the future. This is based upon having a smaller cell size and by placing control logic under the memory array. Having the world's best areal density means we can scale to large capacity and deliver more gigabytes per wafer. Our experience with designing this architecture into SSD solutions has enabled us to rapidly improve performance, power consumption, performance consistency and reliability with each generation.

    Additionally, floating gate technology is manufactured on a proven, high-volume manufacturing process – enabling us to accelerate transitions from 2D to 3D, MLC to TLC, and now 32-layer to 64-layer products.

    This next generation of process leadership will enable a smooth, easy migration and validation cycle for our existing data center customers from today's 32-layer products to 64-layer product extensions. It also enables an expanded product portfolio that supports new business client and embedded products. We have very strong generational synergy in our factories and expect a fast ramp of bit supply based on 64-layer, TLC, 3D NAND by mid-2018.

    Realizing the promise of the future is about bringing data and compute closer together for a better experience.

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    Posted on Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 18:05:36 CEST by
    AMD officially ships its Radeon Vega Frontier Edition and the pricing appears to be a bit lower than the leaked pre-order prices from earlier this month. The air cooled model goes on sale today for $999 while the watercooled edition will follow sometime in Q3 2017 for $1,499.

    These cards are for professional use, the gaming-class Radeon RX Vega models will be revealed on July 30th at SIGGRAPH.
    AMD (NYSE: AMD) today unleashed the first product based on its highly anticipated "Vega" graphics processing unit (GPU) architecture: Radeon™ Vega Frontier Edition. Radeon Vega Frontier Edition is the world's first graphics card designed to empower the next generation of data scientists, game designers and visualization professionals, with up to 172 percent faster rendering performance than the comparable competitor card. Through its disruptive High Bandwidth Cache Controller, the cornerstone of the world's most advanced GPU memory architecture – HBM2 – Radeon Vega Frontier Edition expands the capacity of traditional GPU memory to 256TB, allowing users to tackle massive datasets with ease, and scored up to 33 percent faster than the competition in the DeepBench benchmark that measures the performance of basic operations involved in training deep neural networks.

    "We're dedicating Radeon Vega Frontier Edition to all the visionaries and trailblazers who embrace new technologies to propel their industries forward to help solve mankind's greatest problems," said Ogi Brkic, senior director and general manager, Radeon Pro business, Radeon Technologies Group, AMD. "With this powerful solution, we've brought the full weight of our new 'Vega' GPU architecture to bear, offering unmatched performance in the most demanding design, rendering, and machine intelligence workloads so that the world's top creators, data scientists and game developers can reach new frontiers in their fields."
    VEGA Frontier Edition
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    Posted on Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 16:41:26 CEST by
    Sharkoon expands its gaming chair lineup with the GS10. Like most gaming chairs, the GS10 has a racing chair-like look. Its seat cover material is made from black synthetic leather, with some bright yellow highlights here and there to give it a vibrant look. It comes with head and lumbar cushions and the height, backrest, tilt and armrests are all adjustable. You can expect it in European retail stores for 299EUR.

    Sharkoon GS10
    Sharkoon expands their range of gaming chairs with another model: The Sharkoon SHARK ZONE GS10 Premium Gaming Seat, from the SHARK ZONE product family, is available in typical black-yellow design. Attractive for gamers who already have SHARK ZONE series products and are looking for a chair with the right look, yet it is also for lovers of the striking style of the series.

    The manufacturer again focuses on a sporty-sleek design with supportive, high-density foam padding on the seat and backrest. It utilizes a robust steel frame construction, similar to the already available SKILLER series (SGS3) seats, with a diameter of 20 to 22 millimeters.

    Visually, the new premium gaming seat is kept primarily in black, with yellow highlights and design elements. The nonslip cover is made from easy to clean synthetic leather with precise embroidered logos. The head and lumbar cushions are also made from synthetic leather, likewise with SHARK ZONE design.

    Additionally, its ergonomics are not lacking. With its 3D armrests, the GS10 allows individual sitting postures since the armrests can be adjusted for every arm length, desired height and to any individual horizontal angle. For a comfortable sitting position, and for extended breaks, the backrest can be set and locked at a wide range between 90° to 160°. Plus, a spring-loaded tilt function is also included, in which the tilt angle lock adjusts and locks into a stable, desired position from 0° to 14°.

    A robust class-4 gas lift offers maximum weight capacity to 120 kg and easy adjustments to the seat height. The 60 mm wheels, fitted on an aluminium five-star base, offers mobility on all even surfaces.

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    Posted on Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 15:33:33 CEST by
    British webshop Overclockers UK is now listing a bunch of Radeon RX Mining Edition cards from Sapphire. I posted about the NVIDIA GeForce mining cards earlier this month and now we have firm information about the cryptocurrency mining cards from AMD. These can be used to mine Ethereum or other cryptocurrencies that can still be mined economically using GPUs.

    The pre-order lineup shown by OCUK includes one Radeon RX 560 model as well as four RX 470 cards. The latter lack display outputs while the RX 560 variant retains one DVI port.

    Sapphire's Radeon RX 560 Pulse MINING Edition 4GB promises hashing power of 12-15MH/s and a power consumption of 60W. Next there are two Radeon RX 470 Mining Edition 4GB cards, these consume 122W and have hashing power of 23-26MH/s and 24-27MH/s (Samsung memory), respectively. The 8GB variants of the RX 470 Mining Edition have a 128W power consumption and promise 24-27MH/s and 25-28MH/s (Samsung memory) hashing power, respectively.

    Pricing of the RX 560 Pulse Mining Edition is £169.99 while the 4GB and 8GB RX 470 Mining Editions cost £248.99 and £289.99, respectively. The RX 470 models with the Samsung memory chips cost an extra £10. FWIW, one year ago the UK launch price of the RX 470 was £164.99.

    Also worth noting is that these cards have a warranty of just one year, whereas the regular Radeon RX gaming video cards from Sapphire come with a three year warranty.

    RX 470 Mining Edition
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    Posted on Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 14:46:40 CEST by
    NVMe logo
    The NVM Express Organisation published details about the group's new NVM Express 1.3 specification. This is the first big update in three years and it adds a couple of major new storage features like Sanitize, Virtualization, and Streams.
    – NVM Express, Inc., the organization that developed the industry standard NVM Express (NVMe™) specification for accessing solid-state drives (SSDs) on a PCI Express (PCIe®) bus as well as across Fabrics, today announced the completion and release of its NVMe 1.3 specification. NVM Express has delivered on its commitment to Enterprise, Cloud, and Client customers by adding capabilities that meet the unique needs of each of these market segments, including Virtualization and Streams. The reach of the interface has expanded its support for the Mobile sector by adding the Boot Partitions feature, which enables bootstrapping of an SSD in a low resource environment. These features have been added while maintaining low latency and high performance – making an NVMe device ready to take advantage of next generation bus speeds, including PCIe 4.0. The NVM Express 1.3 specification is available now for download.

    “NVM Express is taking the solid-state drive ‘world by storm,’ accelerating on a trajectory to go from the first units shipped in 2H’2014 to become the highest volume SSD interface in 1H’2018 based on gigabytes shipped – surpassing both SATA and SAS,” said Amber Huffman, president of NVM Express. “As demonstrated by revision 1.3, the NVM Express working group is laser-focused on the specification’s continued evolution to address the dynamic workloads and scenarios that NVMe serves.”

    “The SSD market is on a fast growth trajectory and is expected to reach $25 billion by 2019, with NVMe unit shipments representing the most widely used SSD interface overall,” said Jeff Janukowicz, research vice president, IDC. “As NVM Express continues to develop and release improvements that address the evolving needs of the data center, customers will get the most effective use of their applications, such as big data, data analytics, virtualization and other data-intensive workloads.”

    New Features Address Fast Storage Needs
    The NVMe 1.3 specification introduces over ten new features, serving various market segment needs. The majority of capabilities are optional, allowing customers to select the specific features that provide value to their workload. Major new features include Sanitize, Virtualization, and Streams. Sanitize offers a simple, fast, native way to completely erase data in an SSD, allowing more options for secure SSD reuse or decommissioning. Virtualization provides more flexibility with shared storage use cases and resource assignment, enabling developers to flexibly assign SSD resources to specific virtual machines. Streams offers better endurance for NAND-based SSDs using simple tagging of associated data from different tenants in cloud hosting applications.

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    Posted on Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 14:40:21 CEST by
    In Win added two new cases to its lineup, the 101 and the 101C. The main difference between the two models is that the 101C has USB Type-C support as well as integrated RGB LED lights. These cases will be sold in the EU for 74EUR and 89EUR, respectively. You can find the specifications at In Win.

    Inwin 101 101C


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    Posted on Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 12:07:15 CEST by
    GOOG logo
    News is just in that EU antitrust regulators imposed a record 2.42 billion EUR ($2.7 billion) fine on Google for anti-competitive practices in the shopping comparison market. After a seven-year investigation, the judgement states Google abused its dominant market position by illegally favoring its own Google Shopping service, at the detriment of consumers and rivals.
    The target of today’s case is Google Shopping, a price comparison feature built into the company’s main search engine. The commission’s antitrust filing states that Google showed users results from Google Shopping “irrespective of [their] merits,” depriving rival price comparison sites of traffic. As part of today’s decision, Google will have to change how its search algorithm ranks websites — a major imposition that the company will not take lightly. If it does not end its current conduct, says the EU, it will face penalties of up to five percent of its average daily turnover.

    In a press statement, EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager praised Google for coming up with “many innovative products and services that have made a difference to our lives.” But, she added, the company also “abused its market dominance as a search engine by promoting its own comparison shopping service in its search results, and demoting those of competitors.”

    “What Google has done is illegal under EU antitrust rules,” said Vestager. “It denied other companies the chance to compete on the merits and to innovate. And most importantly, it denied European consumers a genuine choice of services and the full benefits of innovation."
    Google will most likely appeal the decision and a final decision is probably still many years away. As I reported yesterday, the EU's fight against Intel is still ongoing. The chip maker got hit by a 1.06 billion EUR fine in 2009 and yesterday news emerged that a final judgement from the EU's highest court will likely arrive in 2018.
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    Posted on Tuesday, June 27 2017 @ 11:53:02 CEST by
    BIOSTAR announces the availability of the TB250-BTC PRO, a new $129 motherboard for cryptocurrency mining. The special feature of this board is that it"s world's first motherboard with 12 native PCI Express slots, theoretically allowing you to install up to twelve video cards (via PCIe riser bridges) for Ethereum mining. There's one full-sized PCIe 3.0 x16 slot and eleven PCIe 3.0 x1 slots.

    TB250-BTC PRO

    TB250-BTC PRO
    Cryptocurrency mining has once again found revitalized value thanks to skyrocketing cryptocurrency prices now reaching record highs. GPU-based mining has long-been the most cost-effective and most accessible way of entering this field and BIOSTAR has been one of the foundations that helped many enthusiasts as well as investors in creating platforms for this industry. BIOSTAR since the H81A and TB85 series have been favorites by miners for its balance of price and scalability offering support up to six graphics cards for maximum board utilization.

    Thanks to years of professional experience in mining backed by feedback from customers as well as internal R&D, BIOSTAR has debuted its most innovative mining platform yet. Making its debut during COMPUTEX 2017, motherboards that support up to 8 graphics cards were showcased by BIOSTAR in its booth receiving positive feedback from the people present. Today BIOSTAR has just up the ante with the announcement of it’s the world’s first motherboard that can support up to 12 graphics cards simultaneously with the global announcement of the TB250-BTC PRO specialized cryptocurrency mining motherboard.

    The World’s First 12 GPU Mining Motherboard Now Available
    The BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO is the only motherboard equipped with 12 native PCI-E slots and supports both AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards for mining. Standard motherboards have an average of 6 PCI-E slots but the BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO doubles that allowing up to 12 cards to be used in tandem for twice the speed and twice the board utilization allowing 200% increase in achieving your ROI. The BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO is the only one of its kind allowing 12-GPU mining per motherboard making it the most ideal choice for mining enthusiasts to start making money on.

    Double Your Earnings, Increase Utilization
    BIOSTAR have been taking feedback from mining professionals and have included their ideas into creating these products and with the BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO, the universal need to reduce platform cost has been addressed. With a single motherboard earning as much as two machines, a mining rig equipped with a BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO and populated with 12-cards is the most cost-effective and smart way to maximize each mining rig’s profitability. The chart below shows the savings of using a single motherboard which only requires one set of components rather than two, thus saving up to US$200 in the initial platform cost.

    Twice the Speed, Get your ROI 200% Faster
    With 12 GPUs working simultaneously on the BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO, this allows miners to rapidly gain their ROI faster than conventional setups. Possible rigs include 2-speed machines featuring GPUs from both AMD and NVIDIA allowing combined performance to provide miners with the ability to quickly adjust to the most profiitable virtual currency they want. See chart below for a quick comparison which shows the combined hashrate offered by a single platform powered by the BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO versus two rigs running different GPUs. The mining rig running TB250-BTC PRO receives a return of investment (ROI) in only 79 days versus 97 days for the separate systems.

    Professional circuit board design for optimal mining stability
    Other brands implement tight and compact arrays for their PCI-e slots making them easy to short circuit and affect stability during maintenance as well as other faults like displays not being recognized. The BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO uses a matrix arrangment for the PCI-E slots allowing optimal and ample spacing between the slots for effective management as well as layout so each daughter card connection does not interfere with its neighboring slots. This results in more stable signals to and from the board and the devices connected to the slots. BIOSTAR also utilizes their signature PRO Series standards on the TB250-BTC PRO utilizing an all-solid capacitor setup and a rigid power management module, ensuring highly stable power delivery and operation even with 12 cards running simultaneously.

    Native PCI-E for Maximum Bandwidth
    We all know that the information bandwidth is like the highway, the road wider, can accommodate the more traffic, the more vehicles that won’t be hammed and can pass through.

    Other manufacturers utilize low-level chipset bridge thus providing a narrow passage to the graphics card being used, affecting overall system performance due to bottlenecking of each graphics card.

    BIOSTAR addresses this by utilizing Intel’s B250 chipset allowing more bandwidth to be used and be utilized by the displays, with all 12 PCI-E groups populated. This allows all cards to work at their top-speed without any loss for the most effective setup ever.

    Hybrid Mining Technology, Mine While Everyone Waits
    The AMD RX 470 is a rare card nowadays due to demand and its left a lot of miners craving for an alternative.

    In mining, time is money and and BIOSTAR addresses this by allowing the development of Hybrid Mining technology which allows the BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO to support multiple AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards simultaneously. Start mining with the combined power of whatever graphics cards you have on the most profitable currency you can find and generate income while everyone else waits for their favored card.

    With the boom in cryptocurrency and the promise of large profits, enthusiasts around the world are in a frenzy. The mining boom four years ago was around 100P (1P = 1024T, 1T = 1024G) but that number has ballooned to more than 4000P. That is over 40 times in less than four years. This led to the rise of other cryptocurrency which has helped maintain room for improvement in the mining market. The BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO allows those interested to join this lucrative market to instantly become professional miners with its 12-card host system. Act now!

    The BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO support legacy PS/2 ports for both keyboards and mice for those using KVMs to control multiple machines as well as a DVI display output. Plenty of USB2.0 and USB3.0 ports are present. A full 1Gbps LAN port is available as well as audio input and output ports.

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