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Because only a bad CEO would give his company away. Not only that. He is now giving out free stuff every Tuesday and has asked Samsung to unlock the new S7. This is not what a good CEO would do. This is what a techy/geeky guy like you and me would do if put in charge of a company.
So how does it differ from the desktop GPU? For starters, the mobile version will be using GDDR5 and have a memory clock of 8,008MHz.
…the alleged mobile version of GeForce GTX 1080 features 2048 CUDA Cores, which is less compared to the 2560 CUDA Cores present in the desktop variant. The mobile version of this GPU is based on the new Pascal GP104 SKU and it’s highly possible that it will feature a lower TDP compared to the desktop version. The desktop version of GeForce GTX 1080 is running at a default clock speed of 1607MHz, while the one that could be running in future laptops is running at a speed of 1442MHz.
Source: [H]ardOCP – GeForce GTX 1080 Mobile GPU Specifications Leaked
After 12,000 hours of market research, United Airlines realized that people want to sleep during their flights. I don’t know how comfy they are, but it has to be better than sleeping in a regular seat.
The pods, designed for long-haul international flights, will be configured single file so that there’s “no stepping over anybody,” United chief marketing officer Thomas O’Toole explains. In case passenger snores are too faint for flight attendants to hear, there’s a “Do Not Disturb Sign,” just one of what United calls “sleep-enticing amenities.” (Others include a “calming lavender pillow mist” and “ergonomically designed eye shades.)
Source: [H]ardOCP – United Airlines’ Polaris Business Class Has Sleeping Pods
As expected, Bumblebee is back as a Camaro with new styling. Do you like it? I actually prefer the classic Camaro look from the last movie.
Production on Transformers: The Last Knight is set to begin June 6 in Detroit with production planned to take place at various locations around the world, including Cuba, with the film being only the second Hollywood production to shoot in the country. Michael Bay returns to the director’s chair for the film, which is set to be written by Iron Man scribes Art Marcum & Matt Holloway and Ken Nolan (Black Hawk Down). Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Don Murphy and Tom DeSanto will produce the sequel.
Source: [H]ardOCP – Bumblebee Gets Upgraded For Transformers: The Last Knight
Political parties in Norway have agreed on a new energy policy that will include a ban on new gasoline-powered car sales as soon as 2025. Norway already has the highest percentage of electric vehicle market share of any country.
What’s probably most remarkable here is that Norway is currently one of the world’s largest Oil exporters. India confirmed that it is evaluating a scheme for all its fleet to be electric by 2030 and the Dutch government is discussing the possibility to ban gas-powered car sales and only allow electric vehicle sales starting also by 2025, but the idea divides the parliament. Norway’s initiative looks like it could be the first made into law and would only allow zero-emission vehicles to be sold in the country starting in less than a decade.
Source: [H]ardOCP – Norway Banning New Sales Of Gas-Powered Cars By 2025
Data released earlier this week would suggest that IE and Edge “hemorrhaged user share at an astounding rate” while Chrome continued to grow. Firefox also saw a decline.
IE and Edge combined to account for 38.7% of the global user share — a stand-in for the percentage of all desktop and notebook PCs that ran those browsers — in May, according to U.S.-based analytics vendor Net Applications. May’s number for IE was down 2.7 percentage points from April, the largest one-month decline since Computerworld began recording browser data in 2005. In the last six months alone, IE — a bucket into which Net Applications also throws in Windows 10’s Edge — has lost 11.4 percentage points, an unprecedented decline for any browser at any point in the last 11 years.
Source: [H]ardOCP – Users Abandoning Microsoft Browsers At Record Rates
These should come in handy as companies obsess over making smaller and slimmer devices. Supposedly, this guy can transfer a 5GB-equivalent, full-HD movie in about three seconds.
Samsung’s PM971-NVMe SSD is aimed at ultra-thin notebooks and was manufactured by combining 16 of Samsung’s 48-layer 256-gigabit (Gb) V-NAND flash chips, one 20-nanometer 4Gbit LPDDR4 mobile DRAM chip and a high-performance Samsung controller. The new SSD is just 20mm x 16mm x 1.5mm in size and weighs about one gram, less than half the weight of a U.S. dime (2.3 grams). The single-package SSD’s volume is approximately a hundredth of a 2.5-in form factor SSD or hard disk drive, and its surface area is about one-fifth of an M.2 SSD, which is a little larger than a postage stamp.
Source: [H]ardOCP – World’s Smallest 512GB SSD Is Half The Weight Of A Dime
You probably have not noticed, but we do not spend a lot of time focussing on AMD’s APU technology here at HardOCP. AMD does some incredible things graphically inside its small cool running APU packages for the most part. Today, we get two new APUs and all the slides to share with you. And a Live Stream with more Polaris information!
Source: [H]ardOCP – AMD 7th Gen Bristol Ridge & Stoney Ridge Announcement
MSI’s X99 refresh is here in time for Intel’s new Broadwell-E processors! We put the new processor through its paces and our MSI X99A Gaming Pro Carbon was the lucky winner that we chose to torture in order to determine it’s “Broadwell-E readiness.” Our time with the X99A Gaming Pro Carbon was filled with many surprises.
Source: [H]ardOCP – MSI X99A Gaming Pro Carbon Broadwell-E Motherboard
The second video card in the NVIDIA next generation Pascal GPU architecture is finally here, we will explore the GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition video card. In this limited preview today we will look at performance in comparison to GeForce GTX 980 Ti and Radeon R9 Fury X as well as some preview overclocking.
Source: [H]ardOCP – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition Preview
May 27th is finally upon us and now we all understand NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080 Paper Launch. Low stock on the new GTX 1080 is the theme, but at least Newegg held true to the Founders Edition MSRP. And NVIDIA was not going to sneak by this time, not that they thought they could get away with it twice.
Source: [H]ardOCP – Founders Edition Early Adopters Paper Tax for 20 Minutes
Trouble is brewing for AMD, Radeon Technologies Group, and Lisa Su, CEO and President. While on the surface it may just seem as though AMD engineers have once again missed the mark when it comes to building a new high-end graphics technology, but there is a lot more to the story.
Source: [H]ardOCP – From ATI to AMD back to ATI? A Journey in Futility
FSP does not have much to say about its Hydro X in terms of marketing speak, but it does hit the high points that enthusiast system builders are looking for: “Silent operation, High efficiency ≧ 90%, Full Japan-made electrolytic capacitors, Powerful single +12V rail design, Ribbon cables, and Complete protection: OCP, OVP, SCP, OPP, OTP.”
Source: [H]ardOCP – FSP Hydro X 650W Power Supply Review
Today we take a look at the XFX R9 Fury Triple Dissipation video card from XFX, sporting a custom cooler that is sure to keep temperatures cool and operation stable. We will be comparing it with a custom overclocked GeForce GTX 980 video card in head-to-head competition to see which GPU delivers the best performance for the price.
Source: [H]ardOCP – XFX Radeon R9 Fury Triple Dissipation Video Card Review
We take the new GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition video card and find out what is the highest sustained real world gaming GPU clock speed that can be obtained. We also find the combined highest GPU and memory overclocks. If you want to see how high and how cool this video card can be pushed, we have the answer.
Source: [H]ardOCP – GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition Overclocking Preview
Didn’t we get promised 2.1GHz on air? Did early adopters just get told to pound sand? Now we have a Paper Launch from NVIDIA that just flew under the radar with hardly a notice? The GTX 1080 has generated more than a little conversation in the last couple weeks. I still have a couple of stories to tell and some editorializing to do.
Source: [H]ardOCP – GeForce GTX 1080: Most Bizarre Secret Paper Launch Ever
NVIDIA’s next generation video card is here, the GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition video card based on the new Pascal architecture will be explored. We will compare it against the GeForce GTX 980 Ti and Radeon R9 Fury X in many games to find out what it is capable of.
Source: [H]ardOCP – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition Review
The Argon Series AR07 CPU air cooler is billed by Silverstone as being, “For users looking for a no-nonsense top performing cooler without the premium price, the Argon AR07 is the perfect choice.” Three heatpipes, some fins, and a 140mm fan is no-nonsense in our book, so how does it cool?
Source: [H]ardOCP – SilverStone Argon Series AR07 CPU Air Cooler Review