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April 8, 2016 - The WAN Show Document

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NVIDIA GTC 2016

 

Nvidia Pascal GPU Tech Specs Revealed: Full CUDA count, clock speeds, and more

Source 1: http://www.pcworld.com/article/3052222/components-graphics/nvidias-pascal-g

Source 2: https://devblogs.nvidia.com/parallelforall/inside-pascal/

Block Diagram = Pascal GP100 Architecture

Full Tech Specifications

  • Pascal GP100 GPU features smaller 16nm transistors than the Titan X

    • Die is roughly the same size, at 600mm squared

    • Contains up to 3840 CUDA cores and 240 texture units into 64 streaming multiprocessors

    • Comparison: Maxwell GPU found in the Titan X and Tesla M40 features 3072 CUDA Cores

  • Packs 150 billion transistors into a 16nm finFET trip

    • 5.3 teraflops of performance

Key Features of the Tesla P100 (Taken from Nvidia Dev Blog Post)

  • Extreme performance = powering HPC, deep learning, and many more GPU Computing areas

  • NVLink = high speed, high bandwidth interconnect for maximum application scalability

  • HBM2

  • Unified Memory and Compute Preemption = significantly improved programming model

  • 16nm FinFET = enables more features, higher performance, and improved power efficiency

Details about these features available here

 

Self Driving Race Cars Powered by Nvidia

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/577866-self-driving-race OP: LeapFrogMasterRace

Source 2: http://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/self-driving-race-car-series-to-use-nvidias-brains/

Source 3: https://www.yahoo.com/tech/nvidia-talks-autonomous-racing-hd-225702310.html

  • Nvidia’s Drive PX 2 AI supercomputer will be used in autonomous race cars

    • To compete in the “Roborace Championship”

    • Announced Apr 5th by CEO Jen-Hsun Huang

  • Nvidia also working on an end-to-end mapping system using Drive PX 2-based cars and Tesla GPUs

  • According to Nvidia, the Drive PX 2 supercomputer is the size of a lunchbox

    • Capable of up to 24 trillion operations a second for AI applications

    • Includes “deep learning capabilities”, allowing cars to become smarter the more they race

  • Racecars are compact, and were designed by auto designer Daniel Simon

  • No specifications for the car have been released

 

Roborace Details

Source 1: http://www.digitaltrends.com/cars/this-is-roboraces-insane-autonomous-race-car/

Source 2: http://roborace.com/

Roborace Announcement Video (:28 Seconds Long)

  • Organized by Aegis of Formula E

    • Races electric cars exclusively

  • Formula E wants to launch Roborace as a support series sometime during the next year

  • Races will be warm up acts to the main Formula E races

  • Each race will last one hour

    • 10 teams each entering two cars

    • Cars will be identical to level the playing field

  • How the races will run, yet to be determined

  • Roborace’s website says the series will “bring together technology, gaming, and motorsport”

 

Nvidia New AI Brain has Eight Pascal GPUs, 7TB of SSDM, requires 3,200 Watts

Source 1: http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/nvidia-gtc-keynote-pascal/

Source 2:

  • DGX-1 supercomputer

    • Rackmounted

    • Powered by eight Tesla P100s

    • Specifically designed for AI and deep learning development

    • First of its kind

    • Claims the memory has a much throughput as 250 x86 servers

    • 7TB of SSD storage on board

Picture

  • Chips arranged in a hybrid cube array

    • Allowing to communicate with each other independently and off-put tasks in a more coordinated way

  • Already available for pre-order

  • $129,000 USD

    • Will ship sometime in Q3

 

Nvidia Demonstrates Experimental “Zero Latency” Display Running at 1700Hz

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/578121-nvidia-demonstrates- OP: ahhming

Source 2: http://www.roadtovr.com/nvidia-demonstrates-experimental-zero-latency-display-runn

NVIDIA Prototype 1700Hz Zero Latency Display Video (1:09 Long)

  • Current VR headsets have displays running at 90Hz

  • NVIDIA VP of Research David Luebke says that even higher refresh rates could improve the VR experience by further reducing latency

  • Luebke demonstrated an experimental display with a refresh rate that’s almost 20 times faster than in current displays

    • Display was mounted on a rail system which allowed it to rapidly move back and forth

    • When shaken vigorously, the image on the display stayed locked in place

  • 90Hz display shows an image every 11 milliseconds

    • 1700Hz display shows an image every .58 milliseconds

 

HP Introduces Spectre Laptops, World's Thinnest Laptop

13-inch, gorgeous, and powered by a Core i5/i7 U series CPU (No Core M, or Y series)

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/577076-hp-introduces-the-wo OP: GoodBytes

Source 2: http://www.theverge.com/2016/4/5/11365474/hp-spectre-13-announce

Source 3: http://www.notebookcheck.com/HP-Spectre-13-Flagship-Notebook-und-neues-L

Source 4: http://store.hp.com/us/en/ContentView?storeId=10151&catalogId=10051&langId

  • 13-inch laptop

  • Weighs 2.45lbs, is 10.4mm thick

  • Aluminum and carbon fibre craftsmanship

  • Edge-to-edge Corning Gorilla Glass display

  • 1080p display

  • 8GB RAM

  • Core i5 or i7 processor

  • Piston hinge design

  • Bang & Olufsen Audio

  • Promises up to 9 hours of battery life

  • Price starts at $1169.99 USD

  • Pre-orders begin Apr 25th, start shipping on May 22nd

 

Adobe patches Flash bug that’s being exploited to install ransomware

Source 1: http://arstechnica.com/security/2016/04/adobe-flash-update-ransomware-windows-10/

Source 2: https://www.proofpoint.com/uk/threat-insight/post/killing-zero-day-in-the-egg

  • “Actively exploited” critical flaw has been in wild for more than a week

  • Adobe has rushed out a Flash update to plug a security hole spotted by infosec researchers

    • Warned that Windows 10 users of the software may have been exposed to the flaw for more than a week

  • Flaw could be exploited to send ransomware to Win 10 machines

    • Adobe said its updates addressed critical vulnerabilities in Flash

    • Advised users to install latest version of software

  • Researchers at Proofpoint worked with infosec to track down the latest security hole in Flash

    • Could be exploited by attackers with a type of ransomware dubbed “Cerber

  • Bug allows an attacker to send booby-trapped content to your browser’s Flash plugin in such a way the browser will not only crash, but hand over control to the attacker in the process

 

AMD Zen 8 core Engineering Samples Runs at 3GHz

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/576056-amd-zen-8-core-engineer OP: Doobeedoo

Source 2: http://www.eteknix.com/amd-zen-8core-engineering-sample-leaked/

Zen Slide

  • According to latest leak, appears that Zen is progressing well enough that engineering samples have already been distributed to partners for testing

    • Also means that AM4 motherboards are already sampling as well

  • A0 samples are of the previously rumored 95W, 8 core Zen CPU

    • AMD managed to get an 8 core CPU in a 95W thermal envelope

    • Points to a strong 14nm LPP process

 

Co-founder of Mozilla, Brendan Eich, Creates New Browser Paying Users to View Advertisements

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/577416-co-founder-of-mozill OP: nobelharvards

Source 2: http://www.pcworld.com/article/3050923/software/mozilla-co-founders-ad-bloc

  • New browser from the co-founder of Mozilla gets serious about replacing the web’s worst ads

  • Entitled Brave

    • First announced in January

    • Has ad blocking built in

  • Instead of eliminating ads entirely, Brave wants to replace them with speedier, non-intrusive ads from its own network

  • Users who agree to see these ads will be paid in Bitcoin

  • Under this plan, advertisers pay for a certain number of impressions

    • Brave aggregates those payments into one sum

    • Websites that participate get 55 percent of the money

    • Then divvies up the remaining bitcoin between itself, its ad-matching partner, and the users, each getting a 15 percent share

  • For both users and publishers, Brave deposits money into individual bitcoin wallets

    • Both parties must verify their identity to claim the sum

  • Brave will map users browsing histories, but vows not to track users through unique or persistent identifiers

  • Alternatively, users will have an option to block all ads and pay websites directly through Brave

  • Seeking feedback from developers

    • Brave hoping to have system up for 1.0 Development Release next month

 

Rapid Fire

(Rumor) Potential Leak of New GeForce GTX 1000 Series Cooler Shroud

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/573799-potential-leak-of-new- OP: Tim Q

Source 2: http://www.tweaktown.com/news/51351/purported-geforce-gtx-1080-cooler-shroud

Cooler Shroud Pictures Leaked

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Tracer Victory Pose to be Removed from Overwatch

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/573549-tracer-victory-pose-to-b OP: DragonTamer1

Source 2: http://www.pcgamer.com/overwatch-victory-pose-cut-after-fan-complains

Picture of Pose

  • Blizzard announced to have Tracer’s victory pose changed after complaints on Battle.net forums of the pose “turning the character into another female sex symbol”

 

Original Complaint on Battle.net

“We aren't looking at a Widowmaker pose here, this isn't a character who is in part defined by flaunting her sexuality. This pose says to the player base, oh we've got all these cool diverse characters, but at any moment we are willing to reduce them to sex symbols to help boost our investment game,” the user, Fipps, wrote in a lengthy post.

“I have a young daughter that everyday when I wake up wants to watch the Recall trailer again. She knows who Tracer is, and as she grows up, she can grow up alongside these characters. What I'm asking is that as you continue to add to the Overwatch cast and investment elements, you double down on your commitment to create strong female characters. You've been doing a good job so far, but shipping with a tracer pose like this undermines so much of the good you've already done.”

  • Overwatch game director Jeff Kaplan responded in the thread “We’ll replace the pose. We want *everyone* to feel strong and heroic in our community. The last thing we want to do is make someone feel uncomfortable, under-appreciated or misrepresented”

 

(Rumor) Intel’s Broadwell-E 10 Core Processor, i7-6950X could cost $1500 USD

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/577412-rumour-intel%E2%80 OP: nobelharvards

Source 2: http://techfrag.com/2016/01/09/intels-broadwell-e-deca-core-hedt-process

  • New report surfaced which reveals pricing of the world’s first Deca-Core, HEDT processor

    • Intel Core i7-6950X processor, the flagship of the Broadwell-E lineup

    • Rumored to carry a price tag of $1500 USD

Broadwell-E Specifications

 

(Rumor) Microsoft Surface Phone may come in three versions, but not until early 2017. No more Lumias

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/577542-surface-phone-might-n OP: AluminumTech

Source 2: http://www.windowscentral.com/surface-phone-may-come-three-versions-early-2017

Source 3: http://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-pushes-back-windows-10-redstone-2-to

  • Microsoft pulling back development of the Lumia line

  • Lumia dominates the Windows phone market with around 97%

  • Currently, no new Lumias slated for release

  • Wants to start its hardware line over again in 2017, when it has a more robust mobile OS, and the right hardware

  • Speculation that the “RedStone 2” Win 10 update is being pushed back to Spring 2017 to line up with device releases

  • Concept of a Surface phone

    • “Sources” have told Windows Central that the plans being discussed for Surface phones have told them that they three models planned are geared towards:

      • Consumer, Business, Prosumer/Enthusiast

 

Scarlett Johansson Bot is the Robotic Future of Objectifying Women

Source 1: http://www.wired.com/2016/04/the-scarlett-johansson-bot-signals-some-icky-things-abo

Source 2: http://www.reuters.com/article/us-hongkong-robot-idUSKCN0WY3VG

  • Life sized robot names “Mark 1” build by product and graphic designer Ricky Ma

  • Eyes of the robot include face and color tracking functions

  • “Mark 1” made a robot that looks just like Scarlett Johansson

  • Took over eighteen months and over $50,000 to complete the project

    • Ryan Calo, a law professor at the University of Washington said that if Ma gain commerciality from this, Scarlett Johansson could sue him

  • Mark 1 only has a few canned responses

  • 3D-printed skeleton lies beneath the Mark 1’s silicon skin

  • Ma adopted a trial-and-error method to get the Mark 1 to this point

  • Ma believes the importance of robots will only grow

    • Hopes an investor will give him the capital to build more

    • Wants to write a book about the experience to help other enthusiasts

 

HTC to demo Vive at Microsoft and Gamestop Stores in USA

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/578292-htc-to-demo-vive-at-micr OP: NumLock21

Source 2: http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/04/heres-where-you-can-try-out-the-htc-vive-

Source 3: http://www.pcworld.com/article/3053666/consumer-electronics/htc-vive-

  • Vive demos have already begun at Microsoft Stores in New York City, Bellevue and Salt Lake City

    • Microsoft plans to expand demos to a dozen more stores (1 in AUS) by end of month

    • Undisclosed number of additional stores in May as well

  • Gamestop will be showing off the HTC Vive at 10 U.S. locations, starting on Apr 16th

    • Plano, TX/New York, NY/Latham, NY/Bellevue, WA/Hillsboro, OR/ Chicago, IL/Orlando, FL/Brandon, FL/West Hollywood, CA/Gulfport, MS

  • Both stores will be taking orders for the Vive, but won’t have it in stock

    • New orders are currently backordered until May/June

 

UK Government Sets up an International “Olympics of E-Sports”

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/578036-uk-government-comes- OP: DuckDodgers

Source 2: http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2016/04/uk-government-sets-up-an-international-oly

  • First two-day “Games” competition set for Rio alongside the actual Olympics

  • A medal only competition

  • Any nation will be welcome to field an “eTeam” in the eGames

    • Four countries confirmed so far

    • Britain, Canada, Brazil and USA

    • Unknown as to what games will be featured

How they Landed It

 

SpaceX successfully lands its Falcon 9 rocket on a floating drone ship for the first time

Source 1: http://www.theverge.com/2016/4/8/11392138/spacex-landing-success-falcon-9-rocket

Landing Video (2:58 Long)

  • Second time the company has pulled off a landing

  • First time they have pulled off an ocean landing

  • Now that SpaceX has demonstrated they can do both types of landings

  • Company can potentially recover and reuse even more rockets in the future

    • Could mean a much greater cost savings for SpaceX

    • Falcon 9 rocket costs $60 million to make, and $200,000 in fuel

  • SpaceX ultimately plans to land one-third of its rockets on land, and the rest at sea

 

WhatsApp now Offers end-to-end Encrypted Communications for its 1 Billion Users

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/577240-whatsapp-now-offers-end- OP: ahhming

Source 2: http://www.androidcentral.com/whatsapp-turns-end-end-encryptions-over-1-bi

Source 3: http://www.wired.com/2016/04/forget-apple-vs-fbi-whatsapp-just-switched-e

  • Any group of people using latest version of WhatsApp, the service will encrypt all messages, phone calls, photos, and videos

  • Work of founders Brian Acton and Jan Koum, with coder and cryptographer going by the pseudonym Moxie Marlinspike

  • Available for any phone running the app

  • Move comes after fight between FBI and Apple over encryption

 

Vivaldi 1.0 Released after Over a Year of Development

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/577484-vivaldi-10-released-after-o OP: Daring

Source 2: https://vivaldi.net/en-US/teamblog/102-vivaldi-finale-1-0

Source 3: http://www.forbes.com/sites/alexkonrad/2016/04/06/vivaldi-launches-challenge-to

  • Vivaldi believes in making a browser with more features, functionality and customization

  • V1.0 release on Wednesday, Apr 6th, 2016

  • Promise of faster performance and more customizable functionality for the Internet’s power users

  • Vivaldi built off the open-source web browser project Chromium

  • Will receive major updates every six weeks along with Chromium source code

 

Windows 10 “RedStone 1” Anniversary Update - Insider Build 14316 Released - New Stuff

Source 1: https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/577864-windows-10-anniversa OP: GoodBytes

Source 2: https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2016/04/06/announcing-windows-10

  • Build available to those of the Insider program

  • Native Bash Support

    • Unix command line

    • Implemented with the help of Canonical, people behind Ubuntu

    • Windows can run Linux binaries

  • Cross Device Notification

    • Using Cortana, you can get notifications from devices such as phone or desktop

    • EXAMPLE: you can get a notification that your phone battery is running low, directly to your desktop

    • Cortana can help find your phone and ring it from your system

    • Currently, feature only works for Android and Win 10 mobile devices

      • No iOS support

  • Edge

    • Extensions have been upgraded

    • 2 new extensions: Pin It Button, OneNote Clipper

  • Updated Emojis

    • OS emojis have been updated, replacing Win 8 ones

  • Skype UWP

    • Working at making a Universal App version for Win 10

    • Aiming to replace the desktop version of the current Skype app

  • Dark Mode

    • Can set to enable under Settings > Personalization > Colors

  • Action Center

  • Virtual Desktop Improvements

    • Win 10 allows you to have a virtual desktop

    • Being improved on new build

  • Active Hours

    • Can set Active Hours on PC so your system doesn’t restart during those periods

    • Found under Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Change Active Hours

  • Improved Update Progress Experience

  • Connect

    • New app from Microsoft

    • Assuming your device is Miracast compatible, you can display your Windows 10 mobile phone on your PC

 

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@LinusTech  Fix night formatting. My eyes are bleeding.

 

BTW Nice to see Zen coming!


Athlon X2 for only 27.31$   Best part lists at different price points   Windows 1.01 running natively on an Eee PC

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Pascal GP100 :

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Packs 150 billion transistors into a 16nm finFET trip

Die is roughly the same size, at 600mm squared

 

I think the 150 billion figure includes the 4 stacks of HBM2 memory chips, the gpu chip itself is probably at around 12-20 billion transistors.

 

The die at 600mm is huge, there's concerns about the yield (how many dies are actually coming out from a wafer fully functional), there's lots of rumors saying nVidia will actually revise the chip specifications between now and actual release next year, releasing a version with several "modules" disabled initially and hoarding the fully functional dies for a more expensive model. 

 

The interposer (the silicon chip used to which the gpu chip and the hbm2 dies is glued to and which has the traces between the memory and the gpu) is quite large at 1000 square mm , it's more expensive than the AMD interposer and harder to manufacture (according to industry rumors). nVidia also uses TSMC for the interposer who also makes the gpu and who will also make the whole package, unlike AMD which manufacturers it somewhere else and then sends the gpu and interposer and memory chips to yet another company (Amkor) to make the package.

 

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BTW Nice to see Zen coming!

 

Zen will probably show up in late November, December, hopefully.  AM4 boards should show up next month or in June, but the chips available will be still 28nm chips based on the current processors.

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The S936 is supposed to have a pretty mediocre build quality and keyboard. While I don't doubt that it will reach 20 hours with the extended battery, Linus did mention that such a machine would probably have some drawbacks or not much else to offer apart from battery life.

 

That's why I'd rather go for the ThinkPad X260 with the extended 6c battery. It has an excellent build quality and keyboard and seems like a much better package than the Fujitsu.

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I was really surprised by the reaction to the "Mark 1" robot. I understand it's odd for him to want to build it, and I don't think any sane investor would try to sell them looking like Scarlett Johnson, Who it looks like is really unimportant as opposed tot the fact that people are able to build life sized, life like (looking) robots.

 

Also $1500 is way too much for a consumer CPU, that's just cray cray.

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Just watched the Wan on You Tube and Linus mentioned about painting graphics cards and infilling the logo with another colour...in his case nail polish which as he discovered does not work.....so here are some tips on how to do it.

First of all I suspect Linus used Auto paint which is usually acrylic lacquer which is different from acrylic water based paint....do not use water based coatings, now the solvents used in auto paint are similar to nail polish and each will be aggressive with each other and dissolve or damage the coating .... this is important if you are infilling....you need a coating with which solvents won't react with the base coating in this case orange auto acrylic lacquer so to infill the logo it is best to use ordinary turpentine based enamel or auto grade enamel paint....in this case black enamel.

Now I watched Linus video when he attempted to infill and he was on the right track but some errors were made apart from the wrong product to infill with, the syringe and needle are fine but the viscosity was too thick....this needs thinning quite a bit.... a good rule of thumb is a mix of enamel paint mixed with turps into the syringe with a needle then gently squeezed until the thinned paint flows freely out of the needle without much pressure on the plunger.

Now this will seem too thin but it will flow smoothly into the logo and fill the bottom of the letter recess first until it climbs the walls of the letters....this step can be done in stages until you get the hang of it and can actually infill in one pass.

Now if the enamel mix flows a bit over the edge don't panic and try to wipe it away as all you will do is smudge everything and even if you do it's not a disaster.

What you have to do is let the enamel dry a bit....not fully dry ....just enough so that turps starts to dissolve it slowly when wiped with a turps rag....now a good idea is to get the left over in the syringe and squirt it onto to a waste bit of material so you can poke it with your finger or wipe it to gauge it's drying time. if there are any bubbles in your infill you can prick these with your needle but if it is mixed right you should have no worries.

now when the infill mix climbs the walls of your lettering or logo... some may spill slightly over the edge and with practice you will know when to stop but sometimes through capillary action you will get some infill paint making a spill over on the edge....the best way to get a nice clean edge is to get some cotton undies or such type cloth...cut into squares and tightly wrap around a small block of timber eg, ;..50 mm x 50 mm by 12mm or whatever...not to big...can use Aluminium( alyouminium) or plastic whatever you can find....now with the cloth wrapped tight around the face and with no loose pockets on the sides put a small amount of turps on the face of your rag block...not too wet but no dry spots either...just slippery....now gently wipe across the face of your sample and you will remove the excess black infill and this will leave the the orange background undamaged....you will see this coming off bit by bit...let the turps do the work don't put any grunt into this step.
Remember "you can paint Enamel over Acrylic..." "but not Acrylic over Enamel"....after completely dry you could wipe any smudges of with plastic polish or a light none gritty cleaner.

 

Good luck...be good to see some other effects like a deep gloss finish or Chameleon paint, glitter or metallic acrylics...cheers and best of luck.

 

Mike.

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A couple minutes in.

Twitch Chat - Together much more than the sum of our parts.

Flobots reference? I love flobots <3


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Luke, you mentioned that you just made a video complaining about the cost of a Test Bench; can you make a follow up video on a better, high quality (Made of Aluminum or other higher grade material) DIY Test Bench?

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For a live chat impacting user viewership, a good example is when Chris Pirillo had a live stream that ran almost all day, most days of the week.

Since there was a heavy tech focus, and he did tech help also.

 

It did not really have trolling issues since it was very niche, but had a strong following, where many people would help each other with basic tech issues. Things started to go down hill fast when he moved to a constant live feed of the chat as part of the stream, and since he essentially ran it as a DVR, when ever there was content that he felt would make a good separate video, or felt that the might want to create a separate recording, he would put the chat into a "voice" mode where only a small set of trusted user could continue to use the chat.

 

The mods were extremely slow to trust, and and the chat would frequently end up in voice mode throughput the day. This change in the way the chat worked, drove away almost everyone who viewed the stream for the community interaction, and the occasional chiming in by Chris on some of the topics being discussed. It failed because people got tired of being in the middle of a constructive group discussion, only to be silenced without warning.

 

Basically, it all comes down to if the content has a very heavy community interaction aspect.

 

 

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why did linus download 3d mark01se and a driver for nforce 5.1 winxp2................. Scrapyards wars? or am i being 

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They are actually misinformed on the roboracing part. There are actually different teams that makes different algorithms. And nvidia will have a team with 2 cars. so the thing with companys might happend. 

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Hp has a laptop that can run for 24 hours on a single charge. Its their elitebook 6930p.

 

 


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The new Titan card should be called the Titan Pro (Short for Prometheus).


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in the section where Zen was discussed; Linus and Luke made it sound like AMD is currently not performance competitive in both CPUs and GPUs. Whereas the reality is that while AMD is absolutely failing in CPU performance vs Intel, the GPU performance competition vs NVIDIA is a totally different story. But the way that segment was delivered made it sound like NVIDIA's GPU performance was as dominant as Intel CPUs.

 

AMD has actually been gaining GPU market share since Q3 2015. And they have the performance lead in most price segments; which they absolutely need because the 'geforce' brand name carries more weight to the average consumer.

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For the autonomous car racing. I would be invested if it was the story about how the teams develop their systems. Don't care about the cars racing but everything leading up to it. I would imagine each team for each car would get to develop their systems as they see fit and train the cars as they see fit. So maybe one team might want to do some sneaky moves and make it learn how to swerve away from contact while another might be inclined to just see how accurate they can make the cars at top speed and how the car can handle speeding up and braking. The science but not the race except for the winner. 


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@LinusTech

Everybody knows babies are just little poopy, drooly miracles, man.  Procreation?  Biology?  Ha!  That's what the NWO wants you to think!  Stop drinking the blueberry Kool-Aid!  Fluoride in the water!  Chemtrails!  Open your eyes, bro!


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