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  1. Hey all, I am pleased to announce that @Avacado has joined our editorial team with a view to scouring the web to bring us the latest and relevant content to our Tech & Science News section. Please join me in congratulating him on his new position Thanks all, E
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  2. Some preliminary testing was done over the weekend, with a custom kernel on Linux, that disabled PSF. Performance hit is pretty much 0, at least for the workloads that were tested. https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=amd-zen3-psf&num=1
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  3. So I did a little cable management today after getting the lamptron fan controller installed.
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  4. Hey all, I am pleased to announce that @UltraMega has joined our editorial team with a view to scouring the web to bring us the latest and relevant content to our Tech & Science News section. Please join me in congratulating him on his new position If this position is also of interest to you, we are looking for one other person to help us, please see our recruitment thread. Thanks all, E
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  5. I was just thinking about something that could be really cool to add to anyone's list of retro tech projects... Anyone ever thought about getting an ageia physx card? As I understand it, there is a game called the cell, I think, that makes heavy use of ageia physx. It was more of a tech demo than a game but it did some really cool stuff that never came to any game after it, and it will only run on ageia. Even though Nvidia bought ageia, the game was never updated to support Nvidia physx.
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  6. Apple has already proved that ARM is the way forward. The M1 in the MacBook Air, the slowest and cheapest laptop Apple offer, not only performs significantly better than the i7 in my MacBook Pro, it also produces a lot less heat and uses a lot less power. We just need flawless x86 emulation and it could work on Windows just as well.
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  7. Thanks! I'm sure it will be easier than managing a minecraft server haha. If anyone has any requests as they certain things you would like me to post news about, feel free to let me know.
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  8. Wait, if BWG is hosting this one, that means I'm eligible for prizes!!! IN!!!!
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  9. Lamptron fan controller arrived yesterday, so I can finally cable management the large array of fan cables haha. Then all we need is the second PSU and GPU's and we are complete. More pics to come soon.
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  10. Try a 32bit version of Windows 10 with the socket 939 cpu. see here for reasons.... https://www.neowin.net/news/microsoft-confirms-some-older-amd-processors-do-not-support-windows-81/ Same thing with 10 as 8.1 Devices that run Windows 10 for desktop editions require a 1 GHz or faster processor or SoC that meets the following requirements: Compatible with the x86* or x64 instruction set. Supports PAE, NX and SSE2. Supports CMPXCHG16b, LAHF/SAHF, and PrefetchW for 64-bit OS installation I think it's the exchange feature that may be causing your glitch. 3DNo
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  11. That's a lot of hardware to play with! The curtains, the desk and the monitor on the right?
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  12. In pioneerisloud This just means I have to get more of my junk up and running in 2 weeks. I can do this!
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