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  • Meet Intel 8th Gen Core G-Series with Radeon RX Vega GPU

    Meet Intel 8th Gen Core G-Series with Radeon RX Vega GPU

    Intel Coffee Lake
    Yesterday we shared the content of this presentation, today we are sharing the actual slides.













    Source:
    https://videocardz.com/74640/intel-8...ntation-leaked...
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    Last edited by trebor; 01-07-2018, 13:19.

  • Meet the Intel Radeon NUCs

    Meet the Intel Radeon NUCs

    1.07.2018


    In an unprecedented move, Intel's upcoming gaming NUCs will be rocking Radeon graphics. The NUC8i7HNK (65W TDP) features the quad-core i7-8705G (3.1GHz up to 4.1GHz) and Radeon RX Vega M GL graphics, while the VR-capable NUC8i7HVK (100W TDP) features the i7-8809G (3.1GHz up to 4.2GHz) and Radeon RX Vega M GH graphics. Although possible, cooling these beasts passively will require a tremendous amount of copper and aluminum.

    Source:
    http://www.fanlesstech.com/...
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  • Facts about The New Security Research Findings and Intel Products (Intel)

    Facts about The New Security Research Findings and Intel Products (Intel)

    Overview

    On January 3, 2018 a team of security researchers disclosed several software analysis methods that, when used for malicious purposes, have the potential to improperly gather sensitive data from many types of computing devices with many different vendors’ processors and operating systems.

    Intel is committed to product and customer security and to responsible disclosure. We worked closely with many other technology companies, including AMD, ARM Holdings and several operating
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  • Companies Address Concerns related to Speculative Execution Exploits: Meltdown and Spectre (CNX)

    Yesterday, news surfaced about a "bug" in Intel processors that could be fixed at the operating system level at the cost of a decrease in performance for some tasks, from a typical, and barely noticeable 5% hit, to a more consequent 30% hit for some specific tasks, and as we discussed yesterday I/O intensive tasks are the most impacted by the changes.

    While Intel (and Arm) are impacted, AMD claims not to be, and the issue was reported by major news outlets and likely impacting
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  • A major kernel vulnerability is going to slow down all Intel processors

    A major kernel vulnerability is going to slow down all Intel processors

    A significant vulnerability has been discovered in all Intel processor chips and it’s going to have a huge impact going forward.
    The Register first noticed this major design flaw in Linux kernel patch notes.
    All operating systems will have to be updated (Linux distributions, Windows, macOS…).

    And the worst part is that this patch is going to affect your computer performance. Based on a few benchmarks,
    The Register thinks computers running Intel chips are going to be
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    Last edited by trebor; 01-03-2018, 19:22.

  • Mecool KII Pro Set-Top-Box Upgraded to Amlogic S905D Processor, Android 7.1.2

    Mecool KII Pro Set-Top-Box Upgraded to Amlogic S905D Processor, Android 7.1.2

    VideoStrong is making some of the most popular – at least on this website – Android set-box boxes with digital TV tuner on the market with products like Mecool KIII Pro, or KI Pro, mostly because of their affordability. Software may be hit or miss depending on your local requirement (e.g. AC3 on DVB-T2, language encoding issues, etc..), so there’s fairly large number of users and some community tools or firmware such as DVB Channel Editor or Vitmos OS that may make them better devices.
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  • UBPorts bringing Android app support to Ubuntu phones (via Anbox)

    UBPorts bringing Android app support to Ubuntu phones (via Anbox)

    After Canonical essentially gave up on developing Ubuntu Linux software for smartphones earlier this year, a group of developers at UBPorts decided to pick up where Canonical left off.

    The community-based project doesn’t have the resources of a company like Canonical, but the developers still like the idea of running Ubuntu on smartphones, and so they’re continuing to develop the software and they’ve released official and unofficial builds for a number of devices.

    Of course,
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  • Why Your Kodi Box Isn’t Working, and What to Use Instead (howtogeek)

    Why Your Kodi Box Isn’t Working, and What to Use Instead (howtogeek)

    Bit of a read interesting......



    If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. And Kodi boxes sound way too good to be true, offering unlimited free TV and movies for life after purchasing a single piece of hardware.

    If you bought one and it’s not working right now, and I’ve got some bad news for you. To start:
    1. You’ve been pirating movies and TV shows this entire time. I’m sincerely sorry if you didn’t realize that. (Many of you probably did.)
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  • VESA Announces the DisplayHDR v1.0 Specification

    VESA Announces the DisplayHDR v1.0 Specification

    The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) today announced it has defined the display industry's first fully open standard specifying high dynamic range (HDR) quality, including luminance, color gamut, bit depth and rise time, through the release of a test specification. The new VESA High-Performance Monitor and Display Compliance Test Specification (DisplayHDR) initially addresses the needs of laptop displays and PC desktop monitors that use liquid crystal display (LCD) panels.

    The...
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  • Six Intel Gemini Lake Processors Launched: Pentium Silver N5000 / J5005, and Celeron N4100, N4000, J4105 and J4005

    Most of us have been expecting Intel Gemini Lake processors for a while, many of the features are already known, but there were some delays, and Intel has now only officially launched Intel Gemini Lake family with 6 processors.

    The models include two Pentium Silver quad core processor with N5000 for mobile, J5005 for desktop, and four Celeron dual/quad core processors with N4000 & N4100 for mobile, and Celeron J4005 & J4105 for desktop.



    All processors
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