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  1. Google rebrands Google Drive to Google One

    If i ever get a cat. I'm going to name it Pussy One.
  2. Google rebrands Google Drive to Google One

    Google one?!
  3. Msi GeForce RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti

    There is nothing to quote. It's just some pics. I like to post thing in a neutral point of view so it's why i don't post opinions most of the time. And this is the only source.
  4. Msi GeForce RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti

    Leak pics on msi geforce rtx 2080ti and 2080. The cards uses a triple fan cooler and a new design. https://videocardz.com/newz/exclusive-msi-geforce-rtx-2080-ti-gaming-x-trio-pictured#disqus_thread
  5. Intel to use solder TIM on some of their 9th gen cpus

    Have to wait for reviews on what their power consumption is. As for security, just read the fine print in the 2nd slide. I think the last mainstream cpu to be soldered was Ivy Bridge, I could be wrong on that.
  6. Intel to use solder TIM on some of their 9th gen cpus

    It's 40 Platform PCIe Lanes It's 40 Platform PCIe Lanes
  7. Leak internal slides shows that Intel is going to use solder TIM on some of their 9th gen cpus. The 2 cpus that will get the solder TIM treatment is the Core i9 9900K and Core i7 9700K. No words on whether the Core i5 9600K will get Solder TIM or not. The 9900K will be the very first mainstream i9 CPU for the desktop and will feature 8 cores and 16 threads. Core i7, now a tier lower will not feature HT, putting it similar to a Core i5, except its main advantage, is the extra cores and larger cache. Bases clock and turbo depending on the individual cpus ranges from 3.6 to 3.7GHz and singel core turbo ranges from 4.6 to 5.0GHz. Turbo clock will be lower when more cores are being used at the same time. All of the cpus are officially supported Intel Z390 chipset, although Z370 and current ones may be supported to via a bios update. https://videocardz.com/77356/intel-core-i9-9900k-confirmed-to-be-soldered
  8. Need drivers for HP LaserJet 3052 scanner

    I was asking how do you know it doesn't work with Windows 10?
  9. Is my GPU real?

    clamp it with your butt
  10. Is my GPU real?

    Use your legs
  11. Is my GPU real?

    Can you hold the gpu in your hands? If yes, then it's real.
  12. intel teases new dedicated gpu

    Intel is already beating Nvidia and AMD
  13. Post Linus Memes Here! << -Original thread has returned

    I suck at photochop. This thumbnail will look so much better, if Linus looks like Valak that nun from The Conjuring 2, and has a upside down cross.
  14. Turing Consumer Cards Teaser

    RoyTeX Quadro RTX GeForce RTX
  15. Caselabs is shutting down.

    I remember visiting their site a few years ago after hearing about them. The first thing I've noticed was, the site isn't that user friendly and their product lack important information. What it showed during that time was, just the case and the outrageous price tag, but the pic of the case it's just a empty shell, which lead me to think, I have to pay over $500 just for a case that has nothing in it. Then came the necessary add-ons, where it doesn't even have the info about which cases it works with, so I could probably be ordering some random SSD mounting bracket and found out it's not compatible with the case I have. Now their site is a lot more user friendly. When you pick a case, it shows you a list of add-on that's specific to the case, not like before where you pick one and then they just throw into a sea of stuffs and you have no idea what to get. I like their SMA8 A, the closest out their is the mix of Phanteks Primo Special Edition with the 2 color scheme, and Corsair 900D.