posted 6 days ago on tom's hardware
Marvell has a next generation NVMe SSD controller capable of taming QLC memory and reaching enterprise performance levels with TLC.

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The TPG-1200F1FAP is based on a semi-digital platform that offers high performance and quiet operation. With a $220 street price, this unit achieves a value score that captures our attention.

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Three new Intel consumer NVMe SSDs appeared online for the first time: 760p with TLC, 660p with QLC, and the BGA form factor 700p.

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posted 7 days ago on tom's hardware
EVGA, known for graphics cards and power supplies, has also entered the closed-loop liquid cooling market (for GPUs and CPUs). Its 240mm system finds its way to our test bench.

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posted 8 days ago on tom's hardware
CES 2018 is over.

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The Logitech G230 gaming headset is priced attractively. We put it through our testing to see whether the product was also a good value.

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posted 8 days ago on tom's hardware
Those looking for a challenging game should try one of the community's top choices for puzzle-based titles. Did your favorite game make the list?

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
Cramming gaming-class components into a laptop form factor has evolved from possible-but-clunky affairs to feats of engineering. Here's the current crop of portable gaming machines from CES 2018.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
With customers demanding it and competitors racing to deploy their low-profile switches, Cherry made a low-profile switch of its, which the company has dubbed “Cherry MX Low Profile RGB.” Game on.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
After the House voted to extend and expand NSA's surveillance powers yesterday, the EFF is calling on everyone to message their senators to reject the S.139 bill when it goes up for a vote on Tuesday, January 16.

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We spent CES 2018 shuttling between hotel meetings and, occasionally, braving the Las Vegas Convention Center show floor to scope out the latest gear. What follows is a list of superlatives--our picks for the best (and worst) from the trade show.

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U.S. House passed the Cyber Vulnerability Disclosure Reporting Act, a bill which aims to reveal the exact details of how the government discloses security flaws to private companies.

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Unlike many had predicted, Meltdown--the Intel-only vulnerability that is fixed by forcing the CPU to reload its TLB when running a kernel process--wasn’t the biggest headache for Google.

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AMD admitted that both Spectre variants affects its CPUs as it started issuing patches for the two vulnerabilities. AMD's CPUs remain unaffected by Meltdown, while its GPUs are immune to all three bugs.

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Intel has issued a statement confirming that BIOS patches for the Spectre vulnerability are causing crashes on Broadwell and Haswell systems.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
CES 2018 is coming to a close. There are still plenty of products to discover, and we haven't finished writing about everything we've already seen, but the exhibition center will close its doors sooner than later. Here's what we found on January 11.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
F-Secure researchers found yet another AMT vulnerability, which could allow attackers to compromise a system locally and then control it remotely.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
Mining business is going well, so brands and PSU manufacturers push the capacity of their PSU offerings higher and higher. EVGA showed during CES 2018 a a monstrous PSUs, with 2.2kW capacity, which is ideal for hard-core miners.

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HTC released a major update to the Viveport VR content distribution platform this week, which introduced a novel VR content preview system and a new virtual home environment from which to access your content library.

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich published an open letter pledging an increased commitment to security, transparency, and collaboration.

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
CES wouldn't be CES without a plethora of new desktop gaming PCs of every size, shape, and color. Here's the lot of them.

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
Intel has released numbers from its own benchmarks on the impact of Meltdown/Spectre patches on Windows, and the results show an up to 21% decrease in benchmark performance for 6th-gen Intel CPUs (Sky Lake).

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
BIOS updates to address the Spectre vulnerability have begun rolling out from the major motherboard OEMs.

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The massively popular "Dark Souls" series is returning to alternatively frustrate and excite players with the newly-announced "Dark Souls: Remastered" edition, coming this May to PC via Steam.

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CES 2018 officially plunged into darkness on January 10. Well, at least part of it did, for a little while.

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