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    Nvidia RTX 4090 power connectors melting?

    Yep. ATX standard should be bumped to 24V (industrial controls voltage). Many more I/O options would then become available for simmers and generally anyone interested in automation via desktop/server systems.
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    Starfield and Redfall Delayed to first half of 2023

    Cmon, guys. Bethesda just hired its 6th-ever voice actor.
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    PlayStation 5 Pro and New Xbox Series S / X Specs and Release Date Leaked by TCL

    Console lifetimes overlap. The PS3/360 uArchs stopped exactly when they were released, not a development advance since. Meanwhile, Core 2 was released in 2006 and saw several successors in Core i3/i5/i7 until a console finally launched in *late 2013* (~8 years after its predecessor) that...
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    PlayStation 5 Pro and New Xbox Series S / X Specs and Release Date Leaked by TCL

    I think it beats the 8-10 year cycles of dead end development (Cell/POWER) and lowest-common-denominator tech stagnation that comes of it. How many Intel tick-tocks did PC gaming rack up while development was still targeted at the PS3/360? PlayStations and XBoxes now have more hardware in...
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    Tarrifs Reduced on GPUs

    Taco Bell.
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    Re-Thinking (or overthinking) Embedded OOP

    I've been writing some embedded libraries for an ongoing personal project and downshifted to really think about my approach. Particularly, I'm sanity-checking whether an object-oriented implementation for some of this stuff is even a starter, or if my OO approach is worthless. Here's where I'm...
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    Intel produces another generation of space heaters

    Still haven’t moved on from my 8086k (generally satisfactory) and 1070Ti (terrible supply). No clue if Windows 11 is supported but I can a) write software and b) play some counterstike.
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    I had buyers remourse. Cancelled my MBP 14" order :(

    About to pull the trigger on a 16” Pro Max, 64GB, 32-core GPU, 2TB. Hold my (few) beers.
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    Apple announces M1 Pro and M1 Max

    True. I keep being reminded of this every time I run into artificial limitations in automation control software (*cough* Rockwell Automation), specifically the fact that their compiler implements every possible operation as an inline call, which bubbles memory usage upon the simplest...
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    Apple announces M1 Pro and M1 Max

    This is weird. If you’re given documented, programmatic APIs to use the hardware, how is it an affront to “computing freedom?”
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    Intel has started benchmarking their high end GPU's

    Gotta respond to M1 with something
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    i7-9700k $269

    Built my brother’s first PC with this CPU.
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    AWS Engineer put Windows 10 for ARM on Apple Mac M1

    Early adopter: some of my existing stuff isn’t working but software is being developed Alarmist: oh no what are we gonna do?
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    AWS Engineer put Windows 10 for ARM on Apple Mac M1

    Promising. Hoping to snag the rumored M1X MBP 16” in a few months
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    Your home ESX server lab hardware specs?

    Picked up a Dell PowerEdge R620 with 2x Xeon E5-2640v2, 192 GB DDR3, Intel x540 dual port 10Gb, Intel I350 quad port 1Gb, redundant supplies, and a couple of 300GB SAS drives in a 1U chassis. I'll probably end up replacing its fans with quieter Noctua models, increasing the memory to at least...
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