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Main News Topics

Rumour: Intel Core i9 Processors??

Source 1:posted by kameshss https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/778821-rumor-intel-core-i9-processors-incoming/

Source 2: https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/intel-skylake-kaby-lake-thread-6c-12t-coffee-lake-launching-august-2017.2428363/page-417#post-38889905


 

  • Poster on AnandTech forum posted a screenshot of a slide deck containing Core i9 specs

 

NSA-derived ransomware worm is shutting down computers worldwide

Source 1:  posted by Master Disaster https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/778839-wcry-ransomwsre-is-spreading-around-the-world-might-be-using-an-nsa-exploit/

Source 2: https://arstechnica.com/security/2017/05/an-nsa-derived-ransomware-worm-is-shutting-down-computers-worldwide/


 

  • A Self-replicating ransomware is shutting down computers all over the world, in part by appropriating an NSA exploit that was publicly released last month by the mysterious group calling itself Shadow Brokers

  • The malware, known as Wanna, Wannacry, or Wcry, has infected at least 75,000 computers in 99 countries (3 hours ago), according to Avast

  • Organizations in at least 74 countries have been affected, with Russia being disproportionately affected, followed by Ukraine, India, and Taiwan

  • Infection is spreading at ~100 IPs per minute.

  • The malware is notable for its multi-lingual ransom demands, which support more than two-dozen languages.

  • Wcry is demanding a ransom of $300 to $600 in Bitcoin to be paid by May 15, or, in the event that deadline is missed, a higher fee by May 19.

  • The messages left on the screen say files will remain encrypted. It's not yet clear if there are flaws in the encryption scheme that might allow the victims to restore the files without paying the ransom.

  • According to an article posted by Madrid-based El Mundo, 85 percent of computers at Telefonica, Spain's dominant telecom, are affected by the worm, although that figure has not been confirmed

  • Has caused a lot of chaos in the UK NHS with many hospitals requesting the public do not travel to A&E today due to the attacks.

 

Some extra technical info

Source: bleepingcomputer.com

 

  • WanaCrypt0r first spotted a few weeks ago, but the ransomware for the most part was hardly distributed.

  • Suddenly, WanaCrypt0r exploded and began spreading like wildfire through an exploit called ETERNALBLUE

  • This exploit works by gaining access to a remote machine via the SMBv1 protocol.  

  • M$ patched this flaw in March as MS17-010, for Vista and above but many people did not install it.

 

How it works

Source: bleepingcomputer.com (lots of pictures here)

 

  • Installer creates an encrypted zip with all of the malware files.

  • Malware files are extracted with ransom notes in all popular languages

  • WanaCrypt0r will then download a TOR client

    • TOR is used to communicate with ransomware servers at .onion addresses

  • It gives EVERYONE permissions to all files and folders

  • All database and mail server processes are stopped as data used by these will be encrypted too

  • All files are encrypted. When encrypted the “.WNCRY” extension is added

  • It stores the following in every folder that is:

    • @Please_Read_Me@.txt ransom note

    • @WanaDecryptor@.exe decryptor

  • Requests admin privileges from the user with a UAC prompt to do the following:

    • Clear the Shadow Volume Copies

    • Disable Windows startup recovery

    • Clear Windows Server Backup history

  • The computer background is changed

  • Wana Decryptor 2.0 launches with the ransom note in your local language

Nvidia announces first videocard based on next-gen Volta GPU

Source 1: posted by DocSwag

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/777947-nvidia-announces-gv100-volta-based-gpu-built-on-tsmc-12nm-finfet-with-a-die-size-of-815-mm2/

Source 2: http://www.pcworld.com/article/3196026/components-graphics/nvidias-monstrous-volta-gpu-appears-packed-with-21-billion-transistors-and-5120-cores.html

 

  • Focused on Data Center applications, the Tesla V100 GPU features:

    • 21 billion transistors

    • 5,120 CUDA cores humming along at 1,455MHz boost clock speeds,

    • A 12-nanometer manufacturing process

    • 16GB of ultra-fast, 4096-bit high-bandwidth memory

    • a second-gen version of Nvidia’s NVLink technology. At 300GB/s transfer speeds, they claim it’s now 10 times faster than standard PCIe connections.

    • A big footprint: it’s 815mm square

    • And a big  R&D budget: over $3 billion.

  • Nvidia says it’s redesigned Volta’s streaming microprocessor architecture to be 50 percent more efficient than Pascal’s

  • Tesla V100 also includes new “tensor cores” built specifically for deep learning, providing 12 times the teraflops throughput of the Pascal-based Tesla P100, Huang said

  • The Tesla V100 hits a peak of:

    • 7.5 TFLOP/s of double precision floating-point (FP64) performance;

    • 15 TFLOP/s of single precision (FP32) performance;

    • 120 Tensor TFLOP/s of mixed-precision matrix-multiply-and-accumulate.

 

RUMOUR: AMD pushing AGESA microcode update to improve Ryzen

Source 1: posted by Morgan MLGman https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/776970-amd-readies-agesa-microcode-update-to-improve-ryzen-ddr4-memory-compatibility-finally/

Source 2: http://www.tweaktown.com/news/57410/amd-ryzen-microcode-update-improved-ddr4-support/index.html

  • Info leaked by a Gigabyte reps’ forum post indicates AMD will be pushing out a new microcode update for its Ryzen CPU architecture

  • It will add over 20 new registers for the "Summit Ridge" integrated memory controllers, to improve compatibility with "Intel-friendly" DDR4 memory brands.

  • The new AhGESA 1.0.0.6 micro-code will be deployed trough motherboard vendors as motherboard BIOS updates.

 

UK Police to start using Minority Report-esque AI to help decide fate of inmates

Source 1: posted by randomhkkid https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/777999-uk-police-to-start-using-minority-report-esque-ai-to-decide-whether-suspects-should-be-kept-in-custody/

Source 2: http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39857645

 

  • UK police in the city of Durhamhttp://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39857645, England, are prepared to go live with a predictive artificial intelligence system that will determine whether a suspect should be kept in custody

  • the system is designed to classify individuals based on a low, medium, or high risk of committing a future offense

  • How was the system made?

    • Data for the Harm Assessment Risk Tool (Hart) was taken from Durham police records between 2008 and 2012.

    • The system was then tested during 2013, and the results were monitored over the following two years.

    • Forecasts that a suspect was low risk turned out to be accurate 98% of the time,

    • Forecasts that they were high risk were accurate 88% of the time.

  • The tool has a built in predisposition - it is designed to be more likely to classify someone as medium or high risk, in order to err on the side of caution and avoid releasing suspects who may commit a crime.

    • Designed to screw over inmates?

  • What decisions does it help with?

    • deciding whether to keep a suspect in custody for a few more hours

    • whether to release them on bail before a charge;

    • or, after a charge has been made, whether to remand them in custody.

  • What are the risks?

    • The Durham system includes data beyond a suspect's offending history - including their postcode and gender, for example.

    • "To some extent, what learning models do is bring out into the foreground hidden and tacit assumptions that have been made all along by human beings,"

  • What care is being taken?

    • the forecasting model's output is "advisory" and should not remove discretion from the police officer using it.

    • An audit trail showing how the system arrived at any given decision will be accessible

  • Head of law at the University of Winchester:  "I think, potentially, machines can be far more accurate - given the right data - than humans."

 

What’s Coming Out on Floatplane? Go Over Current Week.

 

Rapid Fire

NVIDIA Releases GeForce Experience 3.6

Source 1:  posted by theDarkPotato https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/778175-nvidia-geforce-experience-adds-support-for-opengl-and-vulkan-games/

Source 2:  http://www.anandtech.com/show/11365/nvidia-releases-geforce-experience-36-shadowplay-opengl-vulkan

 

  • ShadowPlay now supports additional rendering APIs, including OpenGL and Vulkan

  • Usability has been streamlined, allowing for easy uploads to Facebook, Twitch, and Google from an improved overlay

 

Microsoft unveils Windows Mixed Reality Controllers

Source 1: https://www.engadget.com/2017/05/11/microsoft-unveils-windows-mixed-reality-controllers/

Source 2: https://www.cnet.com/news/microsoft-making-its-own-motion-controllers-with-windows-10-vr-mixed-reality-acer/

 

  • Microsoft has announced controllers to support the new MR/VR headsets coming from the likes of Acer and HP

  • the controllers will rely on inside-out tracking technology, so you won't need to set up any special sensors to use them.

  • They have a thumb stick like the Oculus Touch, a touchpad like the Vive and a wand-like design with a tracking ring on the end.

  • Acer will offer them bundled together with its Windows VR headset for a $100 premium

  • These controllers won't work with the HoloLens

 

Keylogger found in pre-installed audio driver on HP laptops

Source 1: posted by zMeul https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/778273-keylogger-found-in-preinstalled-audio-driver-on-hp-laptops/

Source 2: https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/keylogger-found-in-audio-driver-of-hp-laptops/

 

  • The audio driver installed on some HP laptops includes a feature that records all the user's keystrokes and saves the information to a local file, accessible to any third-party or malware that knows where to look.

  • This file is registered to start via a Scheduled Task every time the user logs into the computer. The file "monitors all keystrokes made by the user to capture and react to functions such as microphone mute/unmute keys/hotkeys."

  • Researchers said they found the Conexant HD Audio Driver Package pre-installed on 28 HP laptop models

 

Spammers impersonate real people to flood FCC comments

Source 1: https://www.theverge.com/2017/5/10/15610744/anti-net-neutrality-fake-comments-identities

Source 2: https://www.theverge.com/2017/5/11/15626278/net-neutrality-spam-bot-fcc-leak-data


 

  • In response to a proposed rollback of net neutrality, this week John Oliver encouraged viewers to post to a public comment thread on the FCC’s website with support for strong regulation

  • But then thousands of identical comments defending deregulation were posted

  • The posts were from seemingly different concerned individuals with addresses attached.

  • When contacted, these individuals said they did not write the comments and have any idea where the posts came from.

  • more than 58,000 such comments were posted, with 17,000 of those posted in the last 24 hours alone.

  • The personal data of the supposed posters likely came from a previous leak that affected 1.4 billion people’s data (source 2).



 

Minecraft arrives on the Nintendo Switch :D

Source 1: https://techcrunch.com/2017/05/12/minecraft-arrives-on-the-nintendo-switch/

Source 2: https://minecraft.net/en-us/article/minecraft-launches-nintendo-switch

 

  • Available today, the new game will include the same features found in console versions, including the multiplayer mini games, Battle and Tumble.

  • BUT Microsoft is also introducing a Super Mario Mash-Up Pack that includes:

    • Mario-themed world with mushrooms, chomping plants, and the iconic pipes, as well as the Mario music and characters.

    • 15 tracks from Super Mario 64

    • 40 characters from Mario games, including Princess Peach, Toad, Yoshi, the Koopalings, Wario, and more!

  • Allows eight players to get together online or play locally if everyone has a Switch;

  • Up to four can play together in a split-screen view on the TV from a single console.

  • Players can use either Joy-Cons or the Pro Controller, depending on their preferences.

  • It will run smoothly at 60fps and 720p resolution, no matter if you’re playing on the big screen TV or in the handheld mode.




 

Microsoft confirms Keyboard support for Xbox One games

Source 1: https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/05/developers-can-look-forward-to-keyboard-support-on-xbox-one-games/

Source 2: http://fortune.com/2017/05/12/microsoft-xbox-one-keyboards/

 

  • At the Build Conference this week, Microsoft confirmed that full support for keyboards on Xbox One will be available through UWP cross-platform development and the still-in-preview Xbox Live Creators Program.

  • But Xbox Advanced Technologies Group's James Yarrow told developers that they can't rely on mouse input in their Xbox One apps and games, at least for the time being.

  • "initially, most models of mice won’t be compatible. However, a handful of mice will be, and Microsoft hopes to add support for all mice over time."

    • Even then, developers will have to code support for the new control system into their games. That could be easy for games that are already being developed for Windows with UWP porting in mind, but it might be a bigger lift for more console-centric developers.

  • On the same game, will Keyboard/Mouse and Controllers ever be equal, or will one always be OP? Is it up to the developers?


 

Nvidia's New Headquarters is Liquid Cooled With a Triple Fan Solution

Source 1: http://www.game-debate.com/news/22893/nvidias-new-370m-hq-is-liquid-cooled-with-a-triple-fan-solution

Source 2: http://www.tweaktown.com/news/57462/nvidia-boss-office-new-hq/index.html

 

  • Construction is now entering the final stages on Nvidia's $370m head quarters, which is expected to open in Q3 2017

    • 46,500 square meters,

    • split into two floors

    • Capactity for 2500 employees

  • it’s shaped like a giant triangle composed of dozens of smaller tessellating triangles,

  • Underneath the floor there’s a gigantic underground garage,

  • the building has a snaking system of pipes that feed into a hidden water tower sunk into the roof of the building.

  • The recycled water is then filtered through an evaporation system utilising three giant fans to keep the building cool.



 

Nintendo helps Nvidia make tonnes of money

Source 1: posted by linustouchtips https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/777820-nvidia-double-profits-due-to-nintendo-switch/

Source 2: https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/nvidia-first-quarter-fiscal-2018-financials-higher-profits-due-to-nintendo-switch.html

 

  • Nvidia just released their revenue for the first quarter ended April 30, 2017:  $1.94 billion, up 48 percent from a year earlier

  • The boost it attributed mainly to the Nintendo Switch (Nvidia fabs the SoC) and data-center activities.

  • "Our Datacenter GPU computing business nearly tripled from last year, as more of the world's computer scientists engage deep learning.”


 

(Old News) Intel Rebrands Xeon Line

Source 1: https://www.extremetech.com/computing/248852-intel-rebrands-xeon-line-announces-new-chips-based-skylake

Source 2:  https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/intel-xeon-platinum-gold/

 

  • Instead of naming chips with an E/EP/EX system (think Haswell-E), Intel will use metallic classifications to identify specific Xeon parts.

  • Traditionally, the main difference between Xeon processors has been the core count and cache size, but Intel is looking to market its processors based on the jobs they are good at, rather than their raw power.

  • Bronze CPUs offer entry level performance and supposedly lower clocks, Silver processors are intended for low-power designs, while Gold and Platinum pack their own high-end options

 

Open Benchtable 3D-printable vertical stand

Source 1: posted by N.tony https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/777024-open-benchtable-3d-printable-vertical-stand-no-motherboard-shall-be-dropped/#comment-9802936

Source 2:  http://openbenchtable.com/community/3d-printable-vertical-stand/

 

  • Now you can 3D print feet that make your Streacom BC1 Open Benchtable more stable when standing vertically

 

iTunes coming to the Windows Store by the end of the year

Source 1: posted by Johners https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/778369-itunes-coming-to-the-windows-store-by-the-end-of-the-year/

Source 2: https://www.theverge.com/2017/5/11/15616594/apple-itunes-windows-store-app-windows-10?utm_campaign=theverge&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

 

  • Announced at Windows Build conference

  • iTunes is one of the most searched for apps that’s currently missing in the Windows Store.

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Edited Youtube timestamps

00:06:20 - Intel rumored to be working on Core i9

00:11:30 - NVIDIA Releases GeForce Experience 3.6

00:12:24 - Continued Intel history

00:14:12 - Microsoft unveiled Windows mixed reality controller

00:16:26 - Continued Intel rumored to be working on Core i9 (c'mon Linus)

00:19:23 - NSA-derived ransomware worm

00:29:25 - NVIDIA announces Volta GPU

00:31:56 - Back on NVIDIA announces Volta GPU

00:36:50 - Sponsor: Squarespace

00:39:45 - Sponsor: Freshbooks

00:41:42 - LTX 2017

00:44:11 - AMD pushing another microcode update for Ryzen

00:44:47 - UK police AI to help with custody decisions

00:50:00 - Xbox One support for keyboards

00:52:17 - NVIDIA's new headquarters will be liquid cooled with a triple fan solution

00:53:37 - SFU's supercomputer evaporative cooling

00:58:10 - Intel rebrands Xenon line with new chips based on Skylake

00:59:52 - Open Benchtable has a 3D-printable vertical stand

01:00:39 - Scrapyard Wars

01:02:00 - Floatplane Club


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RAM: G.Skill Aegis 1x16GB 2400mhz

Case: Corsair Spec-01

Storage: 120GB Adata SP550 + 1TB HDD + 500GB HDD

Wireless card: Gigabyte GC-WB867D-I 802.11ac/BT 4.0

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2 minutes ago, Damascus said:

@Drak01112, fix for night users please.

Ok now?


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Computer specs:

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CPU: Intel i5-6500
GPU: EVGA GTX 960 SSC ACX2.0+ 2GB

Motherboard: GA-Z170-HD3P VER.2

RAM: G.Skill Aegis 1x16GB 2400mhz

Case: Corsair Spec-01

Storage: 120GB Adata SP550 + 1TB HDD + 500GB HDD

Wireless card: Gigabyte GC-WB867D-I 802.11ac/BT 4.0

PSU: EVGA Supernova B2 750W

Keyboard: Generic Dell (Getting a Razer blackwidow ultimate stealth non-RGB)

Mouse: Redragon Centrophorus M601

Speakers: Creative Inspire T3100

Monitors: HP 2311x 1080p 60hz, Samsung 720p TV

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Just now, Drak01112 said:

Ok now?

Nope, select all and click the remove formatting.  Though that may kill the links...  just change the text to automatic color 

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1 minute ago, Damascus said:

Nope, select all and click the remove formatting.  Though that may kill the links...  just change the text to automatic color 

fine fine


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Computer specs:

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CPU: Intel i5-6500
GPU: EVGA GTX 960 SSC ACX2.0+ 2GB

Motherboard: GA-Z170-HD3P VER.2

RAM: G.Skill Aegis 1x16GB 2400mhz

Case: Corsair Spec-01

Storage: 120GB Adata SP550 + 1TB HDD + 500GB HDD

Wireless card: Gigabyte GC-WB867D-I 802.11ac/BT 4.0

PSU: EVGA Supernova B2 750W

Keyboard: Generic Dell (Getting a Razer blackwidow ultimate stealth non-RGB)

Mouse: Redragon Centrophorus M601

Speakers: Creative Inspire T3100

Monitors: HP 2311x 1080p 60hz, Samsung 720p TV

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So on the crime thing at going to the psycho pass anime level ai stuff, well that's wonderful 


Systems i currently have 

Project: SnowWolf

Computer Case: Corsair 780T || CPU: intel 5930k @ 4.6GHz || Cooler: NZXT Kraken X61 cpu cooler || Mobo: Asus Delux 3.1U || RAM Corsair Vengence lpx (8x8GB Black) 2133MHz || PSU: Corsair ATX 1200watt || HDD: WD Blue 2TB + 500GB Samsung 850 evo ssd || GPU: Nvidia Titan X hybrid @ 1400MHz

 

Project: No Name

Computer Case: Coolermaster 410 elite(Black) || CPU: intell 3770k @ 3.9GHz || Cooler: Stock intel cooler || Mobo: MSI Something || RAM Corsair vengence (3x4GB Black) 1600MHz || PSU: Corsair 750watt psu || HDD: WD Blue 1TB + 500GB Samsung 840 evo || GPU: Nvidia 680  @ 1100MHz

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2 hours ago, jeetsagar said:

Does anyone know how we can watch the afterparty?

http://www.twitch.tv/linustech

 

You can watch all previous broadcasts from the last six months on their twitch channel.


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@Slick @LinusTech pls maybe un-private the after party? 


I like Computer Stuffs. Have you tried unplugging it and plugging it in again? Twitch bot questions? I've got answers! Add me on Razer Comms: baxtmann And on Xbox Live: JollyPlanet449 And on Steam!: Baxtmann Dennisforwanshow.com is a cool place too

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Has it been mentioned before why Luke is so paranoid about Linus sharing his screen while browsing the forums? What information could be possibly read that's so dangerous? 

 


BTW - God tier beard.

- @Slick in a PM once

 

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the biggest Nvidia dies where [500+]

 

  1. GTX 980 [601]
  2. GTX 280 [576]
  3. GTX 780 [561]
  4. GTX 480 [529]
  5. GTX 580 [520]

AMD´s Biggest dies where [300+]

 

  1. R9 NANO [596]
  2. R9 290 [438]
  3. R9 380 [359]
  4. R9 280 [352]

RyzenAir : R5 1600 | AsRock AB350M Pro4 | 24gb KVR DDR4 2400 | R9 Fury Crossfire | Fractal Design Node 804

 

PSU Tier list

 

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12 minutes ago, Brammm said:

Has it been mentioned before why Luke is so paranoid about Linus sharing his screen while browsing the forums? What information could be possibly read that's so dangerous? 

 

Most likely NDAs and company/personal information


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What exactly was Linus trying to say when he started going into the history of 1366, 1156, 1155 ect?

I feel he was trying to say something but I think either I lost the thread  when they threw in some topics to fill time and/or Linus' side track got side tracked and just never went anywhere.

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28 minutes ago, Snadzies said:

What exactly was Linus trying to say when he started going into the history of 1366, 1156, 1155 ect?

I feel he was trying to say something but I think either I lost the thread  when they threw in some topics to fill time and/or Linus' side track got side tracked and just never went anywhere.

At 12:25 he went back to it only to get sidetracked again and then around 18 minutes he finally made his point -- this isn't the first time we've seen a rumor that Intel is renaming the HEDT platform with i9's. 

 

TL;DR literally nothing important 


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On 13/05/2017 at 0:48 PM, baxtmann said:

@Slick @LinusTech pls maybe un-private the after party? 

Same problem here, I can see clips from it but can't see the whole thing.  WAN Show is late enough in the UK so I tend to watch the next day but am really interested in what was discussed after.  Now.... Scrapyard Wars time!

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