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ASUS ROG STRIX Radeon RX Vega 64 gets benched August 18, 2017 - 21:21
Biostar mining motherboards now have full ethOS support August 18, 2017 - 21:00
RIP Bruno Gulotta (Tom's Hardware Italy) August 18, 2017 - 19:42
AMD issues statement about Radeon RX Vega 64 pricing August 18, 2017 - 18:54
Sharkoon TG5 case offers tempered glass for smaller budgets August 18, 2017 - 13:49
ThermalTake View 71 has four tempered glass panels August 18, 2017 - 13:36
DRAM shortage is easing August 18, 2017 - 13:30
Newegg had 60-70 Radeon RX Vega 64 packs on launch day August 18, 2017 - 12:55
Retailers confirm AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 will cost at least $599 August 17, 2017 - 17:08
Scythe Kaze Flex 120mm fans are now shipping August 17, 2017 - 16:28
Intel: Core i7-8700K has 11 percent higher single-threaded performance as 7700K August 17, 2017 - 15:43
Unpatchable flaw discovered in car CAN standard August 17, 2017 - 15:31
Intel renames B350 to B360 to prevent confusion August 17, 2017 - 15:24
NVIDIA is now the third largest fabless chip maker August 17, 2017 - 15:12
GPU demand said to be very strong this quarter August 17, 2017 - 13:12
AMD claims more RX Vega stock is coming in next few days August 17, 2017 - 13:04
Alphacool sells Ryzen Threadripper cooling brackets for its products August 16, 2017 - 21:27
There are two physically different AMD Vega chips: molded and unmolded August 16, 2017 - 21:17
AMD board partners say Radeon RX Vega 64 for $499 is completely unrealistic August 16, 2017 - 19:58
AMD rolls out a cryptocurrency mining optimization driver August 16, 2017 - 19:30

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Posted on Friday, August 18 2017 @ 21:21:34 CEST by
ASUS provided early samples of its ROG STRIX Radeon RX Vega 64 to a couple of hardware sites. This is the first custom-design Radeon RX Vega 64 in the wild but it appears it has exactly the same frequency as the Limited Edition of Vega 64.

It has two 8-pin PCIe power connectors, a slightly different power delivery and a custom triple-fan cooler. The maximum power limit of the GPU is 260W (versus 240W for the reference design), which results in higher clockspeeds.

Performance seems to be a tad below a fully overclocked reference card. The power consumption is about 9.1 percent higher than the reference card, but noise readings under load are 24.8 percent lower thanks to the better cooler.

Vega RX 64 STRIX ASUS

More info and pics at VideoCardz. The ROG STRIX Radeon RX Vega 64 is expected to ship by mid-September;
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Posted on Friday, August 18 2017 @ 21:00:04 CEST by
Biostar sends out an update about its cryptocurrency mining motherboard lineup. The company says it partnered up with ethOS to make it easier than ever to set up a mining rig. Biostar now has five dedicated mining motherboards for Ethereum and other coins.
BIOSTAR proudly announces an exclusive partnership with ethOS, a 64-bit Linux OS; giving miners the simplest possible way to set up a mining rig. This comes as great news for anyone who wanted to dabble with mining, but was not sure how. With the ethOS mining OS, there is no need to install drivers, configure Windows or compile software, while BIOSTAR crypto mining motherboards are tried and tested with the ethOS mining OS, making it as simple as boot and mine. Get ready to collect your Ethereum, Zcash, Monero and many other gpu-minable coins.

BIOSTAR Mining Boards with Intel B250, B85 and H81 Chipsets
BIOSTAR crypto mining motherboards (including previous generation chipsets in B85 and H81) continue to win high praises for easy-to-use, long-term stability under heavy usage and high return on investment. BIOSTAR mining boards with Intel chipsets supports 12 to 6 graphics cards, the models currently available are: BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO, BIOSTAR TB250-BTC+, BIOSTAR TB250-BTC, BIOSTAR TB85 and BIOSTAR H81A. Whether you are a pro, mainstream or newbie to mining, one of these will fit the bill.

The BIOSTAR boards are ethOS verified to ensure that your build is good to go. Take a look at the screenshots from the maximum of 12 x AMD or Nvidia graphic card setups on a BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO as examples.

A quick comparison of best setups (until the upcoming multi-port mining card is available) broken down by cost and daily net income to help decide the hardware setup you choose to start mining.

For more information on selecting the right components, visit the Crypto Mining Hardware Guide: http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/event/crypto_mining/index.htm

Get the ethOS Digital Download
Each mining rig requires one license of the the ethOS mining OS. The digital download is available for purchase from gpuShack at US$39. The 16GB image is compressed to less than 1GB for quicker download: https://gpushack.com/collections/gpushack/products/ethos-16gb-digital-download
Biostar Cryptocurrency mining motherboards

Biostar Cryptocurrency mining motherboards
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Posted on Friday, August 18 2017 @ 19:42:22 CEST by
We just learned that Bruno Gulotta was killed by yesterday's terror attack at the Las Ramblas in Barcelona. Gulotta was known in the tech community as the country manager for Tom's Hardware Italy:
The news came to us suddenly last night in the carefree climate of August. Colleague and friend Bruno Gulotta was overwhelmed and killed by an infamous terrorist in the heart of Barcelona. He was away there, along with his companion and his two children. He had posted on Facebook the stages of his journey, and everything seemed to proceed as one would expect from a vacation. A photo from Cannes, one of Las Ramblas in Barcelona. And then what no one expects: The death of a young man, father, and life partner of the mother of his children.
Check out Tom's Hardware for more details, there's also a PayPal donation link to help his family through these difficult times.

Our deepest condolences to his friends and family. Our thoughts are also with the dozens of other victims of the last couple of years. May this senseless violence cease.

Bruno Gulotta
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Posted on Friday, August 18 2017 @ 18:54:04 CEST by
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It took a couple of days but AMD has finally issued a statement to address the Radeon RX Vega pricing controversy. This looks like a very carefully drafted statement vetted by AMD's lawyers. It can be interpreted in multiple ways and does not offer a firm clue about whether we're going to see $499 standalone cards in the near future:
Radeon RX Vega 64 demand continues to exceed expectations. AMD is working closely with its partners to address this demand. Our initial launch quantities included standalone Radeon RX Vega 64 at SEP of $499, Radeon RX Vega 64 Black Packs at SEP of $599, and Radeon RX Vega 64 Aqua Packs at SEP of $699. We are working with our partners to restock all SKUs of Radeon RX Vega 64 including the standalone cards and Gamer Packs over the next few weeks, and you should expect quantities of Vega to start arriving in the coming days.

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Posted on Friday, August 18 2017 @ 13:49:09 CEST by
Sharkoon introduces its TG5, a new 69.90EUR case with a tempered glass front and side panel plus pre-installed LED fans. Other neat features include a cableless front panel design, a movable HD cage, a tunnel for the PSU and HDDs, cable management optimizations, and dust filters. The case is available with red, green, blue or white LED fans. RGB fans are out of luck with this model.
With the TG5 ATX PC case, Sharkoon introduces a gaudy Midi tower with the front and one side panel made from tempered glass, which is available in four different color versions and pre-installed with color matching 120 mm LED fans from the factory.

With the cable management system and cable terminals, all cabling can be concealed between the mainboard and the non-window side panel. The power supply as well as up to three 3.5" hard drives can be installed within the tunnel, which contains ventilation slots, on the bottom of the case.

The front panel is cableless designed and thus easy to remove. CPU coolers with a maximum height of 16.7 cm can be installed, with installation simplified thanks to a cutout in the mainboard tray. Maximum length for graphics cards is 40 cm. Maximum length for installing a power supply is 20.5 cm. Pre-installed dust filters, with the top panel dust filter attaching via magnet fasteners, protect the PC from contamination. Up to two 3.5" hard drives or two 2.5" HDD/SSDs can be decoupled mounted in the HDD cage. If necessary, the entire HDD cage with thumbscrews can be attached to the bottom of the tunnel and, thanks to practical oval hole cutouts, can be positioned up against the fans on the front panel. This way, more storage space is available for power supply cabling. Behind the mainboard, the TG5 provides two vertical supports, with convenient thumbscrews, for up to two additional 2.5" HDD/SSDs.

Optimized airflow is ensured thanks to the numerous air vents on each side of the front panel. Three 120 mm LED fans are pre-installed. Alternatively, suitable pre-drilled holes are provided for either two 140 mm fans or a 360 mm radiator. A pre-installed 120 mm LED fan is mounted on the rear panel or, optionally, replace it with a 120 mm radiator. The top panel offers room to attach either a 240 mm or 120 mm radiator with a total height of up to 6 cm, plus fan. Optionally, up to three 120 mm or two 140 mm fans can be mounted beneath the magnetic dust filter. The fans or radiators can be positioned perfectly thanks to the oval hole cutouts.

Audio connectors for microphone and headphones as well as two USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports are located on the top of the front panel. The USB 3.0 ports are connected via a 19-pin mainboard connector, including alternative USB 2.0 plug, to ensure backward compatibility with older mainboards.

The Sharkoon TG5 ATX PC Case with either red, green, blue and white illuminated 120 mm LED fans are available for the suggested retail price of 69.90 euros from authorized retailers.
Sharkoon TG5 ATX PC Case
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Posted on Friday, August 18 2017 @ 13:36:41 CEST by
ThermalTake showcases the stunning View 71 Tempered Glass Edition, a new tower case that features four-side tempered glass windows and a swing door design. The case is sold in a standalone version as well as in an RGB Edition with three Riing 14 RGB fans.

View 71 Tempered Glass RGB Edition
Designed to expand the legacy of the View Series lineup, Thermaltake today launched the View 71 Tempered Glass RGB Edition Full Tower Chassis and the View 71 Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Chassis. The View 71 TG Series features superior performance and expandability with an incredibly beautiful case design. This elegantly designed piece utilizes swing-out side panels, and is enclosed in 4-side 5mm tempered glass (left, right, front & top) for users to demonstrate their DIY handiwork and enjoy the ultimate internal component visibility. The View 71 TG Series is preinstalled with multiple 140mm Riing Blue or Riing RGB fans for outstanding ventilation, and its seven drive trays with modular drive racks deliver advanced storage capacity and liquid cooling expansion. With supports for the latest PC hardware, the View 71 TG Series is not only fascinating in appearance, and when it comes to performance, the only thing that will limit its capabilities is users imaginations. Thermaltake View 71 Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Chassis Series will be available for purchase on the TT Premium online shops in late August. The product availability and price vary by country and region, please contact the local Thermaltake sales representative for further information.

TT Premium
To continue achieving the corporate mission of delivering the perfect user experience, Thermaltake developed “TT Premium” with the essence of combining supreme quality products with a new logo design. TT Premium is far more than just a guarantee of quality. Behind the name, it represents the passion in DIY, Modding and Thermaltake’s desire to be the most innovative brand in the PC hardware market. To satisfy the demand of the high-end PC users, TT Premium follows its core values of Excellent Quality, Unique Design, Diverse Combinations and Boundless Creativity to provide a high performance PC product for every enthusiast.

Features of the Thermaltake View 71 Tempered Glass Full-Tower Chassis Series:

Four-Sided 5mm Thick Tempered Glass Panels with Swing Door Design
Premium-quality 5mm thick tempered glass guarantees the durability of the window and adds overall strength to the chassis. Swing Doors on either side allows users to demonstrate their DIY spirit and enjoy the ultimate internal component visibility. Take on easy to install building with a fully modular design and easy removal of swing door for full access.

High-End Complete Solution
The View 71 TG RGB Edition allows users to build a complete high-end system that supports motherboards up to standard E-ATX with high-wattage PSU up to 220mm length. With extended graphic card support (up to 410mm), the case simultaneously protects the hardware and increases the CPU’s overclocking potential for users looking to get the most out of their hardware. Modular HDD cage design offers more flexibility for custom cooling loops to take advantage of high-end, maximum capacity, cooling allotment without the reduction of GPU length limitations when incorporating enthusiast grade liquid cooling systems.

Riser GPU Support Bracket
Specially designed for dual GPU placement options, the View 71 TG RGB Edition has the support for vertical graphic card layout with dual PCI-E slots design. Integrated riser GPU support bracket not only prevents the graphic card from sagging, but also helps to reduce the weight on the motherboard PCI-E slots.

AIO/DIY Liquid Cooling Capable
The View 71 TG RGB Edition features its roomy installation space for advanced AIO/DIY liquid cooling components. The case is natively supported for all types of AIO liquid cooling solutions. The case has the capability to house up to triple 420mm DIY liquid cooling radiator fitment and up to 360mm AIO liquid coolers. Most importantly, the case design is optimized for providing users a quick way to access the drain valve without having to turn around the entire PC when evacuating coolant from the loop.

Vertical Radiator View (VRV)
Turn the tides on traditional radiator mounting and bring out the glorious view of custom loop or all-in-one radiator applications with vertical radiator viewing. Supporting proper placement for 120mm and 140mm radiator applications up to 420mm in length, gain more compatibility when pairing up both CPU and GPU cooling solutions. Take on even more with custom loop options for enthusiast grade cooling, fitment and flow.

Advanced Ventilation
With wide top-to-bottom side ventilation grills, the View 71 TG Edition maximizes airflow with two built-in 140mm Riing Blue fans and the View 71 TG RGB Edition is with three built-in 140mm Riing RGB fans. Including options for up to three 120mm or two 140mm front fans, combined with two bottom mount 120mm fan locations for maximum fan space selection. Dissipate heat properly with one rear fan and three sectional top mounts to manage proper air flow in and out.

Make the Move to Modular Design
The View 71 TG RGB Edition enables users to freely build their system from the ground up with modular panels, racks, brackets, and pre-design mounting arrays. No more unreachable screw corners or gaps to enjoy even more space for your precious parts during installation or maintenance.

Tool-Free Installation
Innovative 3.5” and 2.5” tool-free drive bay design minimizes the hassles of installation/removal, allowing users to freely interchange the 3.5” and 2.5” storage drives to secure and store with ease.

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Posted on Friday, August 18 2017 @ 13:30:56 CEST by
DRAMeXchange reports DRAM sales hit a record level of $16.5 billion in the second quarter of this year, up 16.9 percent versus the previous quarter. The market is still seeing a shortage of DRAM but the imbalance is no longer as severe as it was in the first quarter. However, it appears memory makers have no plans to significantly scale up production capacity until at least the end of the year;
"The DRAM market benefitted from the upswing in ASPs and continuing progress in suppliers' technology migrations," said Avril Wu, research manager of DRAMeXchange, in a press statement. “At the same time, suppliers do not appear to have plans to expand their production capacities in a significant scale between now and the end of the year."
Samsung was the largest DRAM maker with a marketshare of 46.2 percent in Q2 2017. SK Hynix takes the second spot with 27.3 percent and Micron follows with 21.6 percent marketshare.

DRAM marketshare in Q2 2017

Via: EE Times
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Posted on Friday, August 18 2017 @ 12:55:07 CEST by
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Probably one of the most controversial computer hardware stories of the last couple of days concerns the pricing of AMD's Radeon RX Vega 64. The company told gamers and the tech media that the cards would ship on August 14th for $499. AMD even said they deliberately delayed the launch of Vega to ensure they would have good launch volume.

However, it appears the company told retailers a completely different story. Based on multiple reports that hit the web over the last couple of days, it appears the real pricing of Radeon RX Vega 64 is $599 because it's no longer possible to buy the standalone card.

Retailers say they received a $100 rebate from AMD to make it possible to sell the cards for $499. Without the rebate, it's impossible to sell Vega 64 for $499 because everyone in the supply chain would be selling at a loss. The margins on this product are very thin. The only readily available version seems to be the $599 pack, which comes with two "free" games.

There were reportedly only a limited number of standalone cards and these were only available via select webshops. Gamers Nexus is the latest site to confirm the story and they explain it's unclear whether the $100 rebate will ever return.

The site also provides some clues about the launch volume, as they heard Newegg received just 60-70 packs, but a significantly lower number of standalone cards:
At this point, our understanding is that said initial rebates have expired – they were only available for the first wave of cards – and retailers now largely have free rein on pricing. The packs are still in-stock at some stores and, from what we’ve been told by a third, reliable source, have seen highest allocation since Vega’s launch. Our present understanding is that Newegg received 60-70 units allocated for “packs” on their store, but a significantly lower number of standalone cards. That’d explain why we saw the inventory and sell-through behavior at launch.
At the moment, it's not certain how much the Radeon RX Vega 56 will cost. The official launch price is $399 but the supply chain suggests the actual retail pricing will be $100 higher if AMD doesn't provide rebates.
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Posted on Thursday, August 17 2017 @ 17:08:01 CEST by
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KitGuru got in touch with Andrew Gibson from British e-tailer Overclockers UK to get the full breakdown about the pricing of the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64. Gibson told the site the $499 launch price of the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 was a very limited edition offer that is unlikely to return:
“Launch price was $499 with NO games for the Black card, as outlined to us by AMD as a launch only price. AMD allowed us to sell a set amount at this price, which was several hundred, clearly not enough as they were sold out in approximately 15 minutes. After this the regular price was $599 with FREE games for both the black and silver cards, $699 for the aqua card plus taxes.”
The site heard the same story from Norwegian e-commerce group Komplett, they reveal they received just 275 video cards at a purchase price that allowed them to hit the launch pricing:
“Komplett.no today confirms to Tek.no that the price of just over 5,000 kroner was limited to a limited edition of 275 graphics cards, as the company – as one of AMD’s “selected” online stores – was allowed to sell at a favourable price at launch. The RX Vega 64 version we had for sale was in a limited edition of this price and will unfortunately not be put up for sale again. When these were sold out, we had to remove this product from our pages”.
The $499 launch price will not return unless AMD significantly lowers its pricing. In this case it doesn't appear to be retailer price gouging that's driving up the cost of the RX Vega 64, it's because AMD didn't clearly communicate that the $499 launch pricing was a very limited offer.

OCUK is one of the largest e-tailers in the UK. Gibson explains OCUK buys the cards directly from AMD's board partners and that webshop's purchase price as "a large chunk of cash" above $499:
“£449 is not possible, $499 is below what they cost us direct from the board partners by a large chunk of cash, AMD rebated us to hit $499 on a set amount of units. As such $599 is now the minimum”.

“Unfortunately AMD did not make the launch pricing plan clear at all to the press or the consumer, which has caused a lot of confusion, if we could sell cards at £449 and make money, they’d be at that price. If that was the case we probably would have sold around 5,000 units now at OcUK, whereas the reality is we’ve sold a little over 1000”.
AMD reportedly refuses to comment and replies they'll provide a statement "within a couple of days".
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Posted on Thursday, August 17 2017 @ 16:28:09 CEST by
Scythe announces the availability of its Kaze Flex 120, a new series of 120mm fans with Sealed Precision Fluid Dynamic Bearing. The company claims these fans have a lifespan of 120,000 hours, they're offered in five different versions. There are three models with fixed RPM as well two PWM versions.

Kaze Flex 120 mm
Japanese cooling expert Scythe adds the new premium-grade Kaze Flex 120 mm case fan series to its portfolio. The Kaze Flex PWM fan had its debut with the award-winning Mugen 5 CPU Cooler followed by today’s release of a whole line-up of 5 models. The new line-up is featuring two PWM models with a dynamic fan speed range as well as three regular models with constant speeds. Thanks to the unique Sealed Precision FDB bearing, all Kaze Flex 120 mm case fans assure excellent quietness and very long life span of 120.000 hours. The fans are equipped with an integrated anti-vibration system, which is made of shock absorbing rubber pads in the corners of the frame in order to prevent the transfer of vibration. It is thanks to these advantages, that Kaze Flex 120 series is well suited to be used as either a reliable case fan or versatile companion for a CPU Cooler.

Scythe offers two Kaze Flex 120 PWM models with a dynamic fan speed range, which can be controlled using the motherboards PWM fan controller. The model SU1225FD12M-RHP suits the most purposes thanks to its wide fan speed range from 300 to 1.200 RPM. It is the exact same model as the one supplied with the award-winning Mugen 5 CPU Cooler. Users seeking a reliable and really silent fan are going to love the model SU1225FD12L-RDP due to its narrow PWM bandwidth of 300 to 800 RPM, which allows it to operate at incredibly low noise levels from 4 to 14,5 dBA. The regular Kaze Flex 120 mm case fans are divided into 3 models and tweaked for different fields of application. Maximum airflow for power-users reaching 89,04 CFM (151 m³/h) at 2.000 RPM is assured by the SU1225FD12H-RP model, whereas steady airflow at almost inaudible 14,5 dBA is covered by the 800 RPM model (SU1225FD12L-RD). In between these two versions is the all-rounder SU1225FD12M-RH, which runs at 1.200 RPM.

All fans from the Kaze Flex 120 series are equipped with the premium-grade self-contained fluid dynamic bearing (Sealed Precision FDB). The bearing guarantees an exceptionally high level of stability and durability, Both the bearing and the spindle are made entirely of high quality compressed metal and lubricated by a special oil film resistant to temperatures of up to 250C° / 480F°. This drastically reduces friction, ensuring smooth operation and minimized wear, which results in an average life-span of 120 000 hours. All corners of the Kaze Flex 120 frame are equipped with shock absorbing rubber pads, which prevent the transfer of maybe occurring vibrations from the fan to the case or the CPU cooler. To further ease the installation process and increase the compatibility, Kaze Flex 120 fans are utilizing installation holes without tunnels and come with a 3-pin to 4-pin adapter for connection to the PSU. The connection cable is properly sleeved and has the ideal length of 50 cm.
Model list:
  • Kaze Flex 120 mm 800 RPM - SU1225FD12L-RD - As of today - 7,80€
  • Kaze Flex 120 mm 1.200 RPM - SU1225FD12M-RH - As of today - 7,80€
  • Kaze Flex 120 mm 2.000 RPM - SU1225FD12H-RP - As of today - 7,80€
  • Kaze Flex 120 mm PWM 300-800 RPM - SU1225FD12L-RDP - Early October - 8,20€
  • Kaze Flex 120 mm PWM 300-1.200 RPM - SU1225FD12M-RHP - As of today - 8,20€

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