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    ahhming got a reaction from leadeater in Liquid Cooled PSU ,FSP Introduces the Hydro PTM+   
    FSP together with  Bitspower created this psu, the Hydro PTM+ is a unique, patented liquid cooled PSU.
    No price and date release yet but more information will be revealed at computex.

    Source:
    https://www.techpowerup.com/233590/fsp-introduces-the-new-hydro-ptm-liquid-cooled-psu
     
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    ahhming got a reaction from GooDBoY920 in Thermaltake Introduce its Sandia-inspired Low-Profile CPU Cooler   
    The Sandia CPU cooler was a concept from 2011, but today Thermaltake launched the Engine 27, a low-profile CPU cooler with the heatsink-propeller design.
     

     
     

     
    The Thermaltake Engine 27 derives its name from its 27 mm height (meets 1U spec).  Noise output figures of 13-25 dBA, depending on its speed range of 1500-2500 RPM. Measuring 27 mm x 91.5 mm x 91.5 mm (HxWxD), the cooler weighs about 310 g, and supports LGA115x sockets (LGA1156/LGA1155/LGA1151/LGA1150).
    The fan supports 4-pin PWM power input. Price of the product is still unknown.
     
    Source:
    http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00002957
     
    https://www.techpowerup.com/226614/thermaltake-intros-its-sandia-inspired-engine-27-1u-low-profile-cpu-cooler
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    ahhming got a reaction from Sanderspool in Intel LGA 3647 First Look   
    Serve the Home posted some pictures of the gigantic LGA 3647 socket.

    The upcoming Knights Landing platform will support 6-channel DDR4 support, as well as no dual-latch system that is used on the LGA 2011 platform. Serve the Home explains that the socket and thermal designs that they have seen "do not have latching mechanisms", and instead they're seeing "solutions that secure the CPU to the heat sink".
     
     

     

     
    Source:
    https://www.servethehome.com/big-sockets-look-intel-lga-3647/
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    ahhming got a reaction from DededeKirby in The Mosquito Killer Billboard   
    This high-tech billboard is designed by two Brazilian advertising agencies, is lit with fluorescent lights and emits carbon dioxide (meant to simulate mammals exhaling) and a lactic acid-laced mist (meant to simulate sweat) to attract  mosquitoes.The mosquito then crawl into the sign and become trapped, eventually dying. It can attract mosquitoes from as far as 2.5 kilometers away, according to the designers.
     
     
     
    The companies believe a sign can be built for just under $200 and kill millions of mosquitoes.
     
    Source:
    http://www.theverge.com/2016/4/21/11477008/mosquito-killer-billboard-brazil-zika-virus
     
    http://cargocollective.com/mosquitokiller/English
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    ahhming got a reaction from ChineseChef in The Mosquito Killer Billboard   
    This high-tech billboard is designed by two Brazilian advertising agencies, is lit with fluorescent lights and emits carbon dioxide (meant to simulate mammals exhaling) and a lactic acid-laced mist (meant to simulate sweat) to attract  mosquitoes.The mosquito then crawl into the sign and become trapped, eventually dying. It can attract mosquitoes from as far as 2.5 kilometers away, according to the designers.
     
     
     
    The companies believe a sign can be built for just under $200 and kill millions of mosquitoes.
     
    Source:
    http://www.theverge.com/2016/4/21/11477008/mosquito-killer-billboard-brazil-zika-virus
     
    http://cargocollective.com/mosquitokiller/English
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    ahhming got a reaction from Tech_Dreamer in The Mosquito Killer Billboard   
    This high-tech billboard is designed by two Brazilian advertising agencies, is lit with fluorescent lights and emits carbon dioxide (meant to simulate mammals exhaling) and a lactic acid-laced mist (meant to simulate sweat) to attract  mosquitoes.The mosquito then crawl into the sign and become trapped, eventually dying. It can attract mosquitoes from as far as 2.5 kilometers away, according to the designers.
     
     
     
    The companies believe a sign can be built for just under $200 and kill millions of mosquitoes.
     
    Source:
    http://www.theverge.com/2016/4/21/11477008/mosquito-killer-billboard-brazil-zika-virus
     
    http://cargocollective.com/mosquitokiller/English
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    ahhming got a reaction from MEC-777 in The Mosquito Killer Billboard   
    This high-tech billboard is designed by two Brazilian advertising agencies, is lit with fluorescent lights and emits carbon dioxide (meant to simulate mammals exhaling) and a lactic acid-laced mist (meant to simulate sweat) to attract  mosquitoes.The mosquito then crawl into the sign and become trapped, eventually dying. It can attract mosquitoes from as far as 2.5 kilometers away, according to the designers.
     
     
     
    The companies believe a sign can be built for just under $200 and kill millions of mosquitoes.
     
    Source:
    http://www.theverge.com/2016/4/21/11477008/mosquito-killer-billboard-brazil-zika-virus
     
    http://cargocollective.com/mosquitokiller/English
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    ahhming got a reaction from Fyfey96 in NVIDIA Demonstrates Experimental “Zero Latency” Display Running at 1,700Hz   
    At GTC 2016, Nvidia demoed a prototype display that runs at about 1700Hz.
    Nvidia attached a VR display to a rail system and shook it back and forth rapidly. The image on the display stays in the same position relative to the camera. The logo stays visible with only a small amount of blurring, despite the rapid movement. The presenter, Nvidia’s Vice President of Research David Luebke, says that Nvidia attains this high refresh rate by "overloading the display and driving it with this kind of novel binary delta-sigma encoder kind of approach." The company didn't indicate when this display tech might make its way out of the lab.
     
    Source:
    http://www.roadtovr.com/nvidia-demonstrates-experimental-zero-latency-display-running-at-17000hz/
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    ahhming got a reaction from kimsejin5 in NVIDIA Demonstrates Experimental “Zero Latency” Display Running at 1,700Hz   
    At GTC 2016, Nvidia demoed a prototype display that runs at about 1700Hz.
    Nvidia attached a VR display to a rail system and shook it back and forth rapidly. The image on the display stays in the same position relative to the camera. The logo stays visible with only a small amount of blurring, despite the rapid movement. The presenter, Nvidia’s Vice President of Research David Luebke, says that Nvidia attains this high refresh rate by "overloading the display and driving it with this kind of novel binary delta-sigma encoder kind of approach." The company didn't indicate when this display tech might make its way out of the lab.
     
    Source:
    http://www.roadtovr.com/nvidia-demonstrates-experimental-zero-latency-display-running-at-17000hz/
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    ahhming got a reaction from Dabombinable in NVIDIA Demonstrates Experimental “Zero Latency” Display Running at 1,700Hz   
    At GTC 2016, Nvidia demoed a prototype display that runs at about 1700Hz.
    Nvidia attached a VR display to a rail system and shook it back and forth rapidly. The image on the display stays in the same position relative to the camera. The logo stays visible with only a small amount of blurring, despite the rapid movement. The presenter, Nvidia’s Vice President of Research David Luebke, says that Nvidia attains this high refresh rate by "overloading the display and driving it with this kind of novel binary delta-sigma encoder kind of approach." The company didn't indicate when this display tech might make its way out of the lab.
     
    Source:
    http://www.roadtovr.com/nvidia-demonstrates-experimental-zero-latency-display-running-at-17000hz/
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    ahhming got a reaction from Nup in NVIDIA Demonstrates Experimental “Zero Latency” Display Running at 1,700Hz   
    At GTC 2016, Nvidia demoed a prototype display that runs at about 1700Hz.
    Nvidia attached a VR display to a rail system and shook it back and forth rapidly. The image on the display stays in the same position relative to the camera. The logo stays visible with only a small amount of blurring, despite the rapid movement. The presenter, Nvidia’s Vice President of Research David Luebke, says that Nvidia attains this high refresh rate by "overloading the display and driving it with this kind of novel binary delta-sigma encoder kind of approach." The company didn't indicate when this display tech might make its way out of the lab.
     
    Source:
    http://www.roadtovr.com/nvidia-demonstrates-experimental-zero-latency-display-running-at-17000hz/
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    ahhming got a reaction from MEC-777 in NVIDIA Demonstrates Experimental “Zero Latency” Display Running at 1,700Hz   
    At GTC 2016, Nvidia demoed a prototype display that runs at about 1700Hz.
    Nvidia attached a VR display to a rail system and shook it back and forth rapidly. The image on the display stays in the same position relative to the camera. The logo stays visible with only a small amount of blurring, despite the rapid movement. The presenter, Nvidia’s Vice President of Research David Luebke, says that Nvidia attains this high refresh rate by "overloading the display and driving it with this kind of novel binary delta-sigma encoder kind of approach." The company didn't indicate when this display tech might make its way out of the lab.
     
    Source:
    http://www.roadtovr.com/nvidia-demonstrates-experimental-zero-latency-display-running-at-17000hz/
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    ahhming reacted to Colonel_Gerdauf in Nvidia Unveils GP100 Powered Tesla P100, World’s Fastest With 21 FP16 TFLOPS – Packs 15 Billion Transistors ,32GB HBM2 – GTC 2016   
    Parts of this are indeed difficult to read under the dark theme.

    Regardless of whether or not you have copy/pasted, or from where, it is yor job and your job alone to make the OP here readable for everybody.
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    ahhming reacted to Aytex in McDonald’s new Happy Meal box turns into VR goggles   
    Now you can see diabetes through your VR Goggles. YAY!

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    ahhming got a reaction from Eroda in McDonald’s new Happy Meal box turns into VR goggles   
    McDonald Sweden has introduced a new Happy Meal box  that transforms into    'Happy Goggles,' a virtual reality goggles. The goggles seems to be  same as the Google Cardboard  .By slide your phone into place and look through a pair of lenses, enjoying 3D apps and 360-degree videos. 

    The Happy Goggles meal box will only be available at some restaurants in Sweden.The meal itself costs about $4.10, which makes this one of the cheapest ways for someone to get their hands on a pair of cardboard VR goggles.
     
    Source:
    http://www.cnbc.com/2016/02/29/mcdonalds-turns-some-happy-meals-into-vr-goggles.html
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    ahhming reacted to AxeFire in Paint with Paint the profile pic above!   
    ahhming
    your pic keeps moving so i can't keep it still
     
    so i added some motion lines
     

     
     
     
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    ahhming got a reaction from Sauron in AMD Reveals First Virtualized GPU Hardware: FirePro S7150 and S7150 x2 Server GPUs   
    The FirePro S7150 which is based on the Tonga XT GPU core and features 2048 stream processors. The card have  8 GB of GDDR5 VRAM 256-bit bus interface and has a TDP of 150W which is delivered by a single 8-Pin power connector. The card will be able to handle 16 users (per card) in a Virtualized environment and comes in both active and passive cooling options. The FirePro S7150 has a retail price set at $2399 US.
    The S7150 X2 on the other hand, are the first Tonga based Dual GPU offering. The FirePro S7150 x2 packs two full Tonga chips on board its PCB. It has 2048 stream processors per core which round up to 4096 stream processors on the board itself, the exact same number of stream processors are featured on AMD’s flagship Fiji XT GPU core. The card packs a whole 16 GB of GDDR5 VRAM (8 GB per GPU) and has a 256-bit bus interface. The card comes in a 265W. It will be available in passive cooled options only and be able to support maximum of 32 users. The FirePro S7150 x2 has the price set at $3999 US.

     
     
     
     
    Source:
    http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/amd-firepro-s1750-firepro-s7150x2-hardware-virtualization,1-3129.html
    http://www.amd.com/en-us/press-releases/Pages/amd-reveals-worlds-2016feb01.aspx
     
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    ahhming got a reaction from stconquest in AMD Reveals First Virtualized GPU Hardware: FirePro S7150 and S7150 x2 Server GPUs   
    The FirePro S7150 which is based on the Tonga XT GPU core and features 2048 stream processors. The card have  8 GB of GDDR5 VRAM 256-bit bus interface and has a TDP of 150W which is delivered by a single 8-Pin power connector. The card will be able to handle 16 users (per card) in a Virtualized environment and comes in both active and passive cooling options. The FirePro S7150 has a retail price set at $2399 US.
    The S7150 X2 on the other hand, are the first Tonga based Dual GPU offering. The FirePro S7150 x2 packs two full Tonga chips on board its PCB. It has 2048 stream processors per core which round up to 4096 stream processors on the board itself, the exact same number of stream processors are featured on AMD’s flagship Fiji XT GPU core. The card packs a whole 16 GB of GDDR5 VRAM (8 GB per GPU) and has a 256-bit bus interface. The card comes in a 265W. It will be available in passive cooled options only and be able to support maximum of 32 users. The FirePro S7150 x2 has the price set at $3999 US.

     
     
     
     
    Source:
    http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/amd-firepro-s1750-firepro-s7150x2-hardware-virtualization,1-3129.html
    http://www.amd.com/en-us/press-releases/Pages/amd-reveals-worlds-2016feb01.aspx
     
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    ahhming got a reaction from HalGameGuru in AMD Reveals First Virtualized GPU Hardware: FirePro S7150 and S7150 x2 Server GPUs   
    The FirePro S7150 which is based on the Tonga XT GPU core and features 2048 stream processors. The card have  8 GB of GDDR5 VRAM 256-bit bus interface and has a TDP of 150W which is delivered by a single 8-Pin power connector. The card will be able to handle 16 users (per card) in a Virtualized environment and comes in both active and passive cooling options. The FirePro S7150 has a retail price set at $2399 US.
    The S7150 X2 on the other hand, are the first Tonga based Dual GPU offering. The FirePro S7150 x2 packs two full Tonga chips on board its PCB. It has 2048 stream processors per core which round up to 4096 stream processors on the board itself, the exact same number of stream processors are featured on AMD’s flagship Fiji XT GPU core. The card packs a whole 16 GB of GDDR5 VRAM (8 GB per GPU) and has a 256-bit bus interface. The card comes in a 265W. It will be available in passive cooled options only and be able to support maximum of 32 users. The FirePro S7150 x2 has the price set at $3999 US.

     
     
     
     
    Source:
    http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/amd-firepro-s1750-firepro-s7150x2-hardware-virtualization,1-3129.html
    http://www.amd.com/en-us/press-releases/Pages/amd-reveals-worlds-2016feb01.aspx
     
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    ahhming got a reaction from GoodBytes in AMD Reveals First Virtualized GPU Hardware: FirePro S7150 and S7150 x2 Server GPUs   
    The FirePro S7150 which is based on the Tonga XT GPU core and features 2048 stream processors. The card have  8 GB of GDDR5 VRAM 256-bit bus interface and has a TDP of 150W which is delivered by a single 8-Pin power connector. The card will be able to handle 16 users (per card) in a Virtualized environment and comes in both active and passive cooling options. The FirePro S7150 has a retail price set at $2399 US.
    The S7150 X2 on the other hand, are the first Tonga based Dual GPU offering. The FirePro S7150 x2 packs two full Tonga chips on board its PCB. It has 2048 stream processors per core which round up to 4096 stream processors on the board itself, the exact same number of stream processors are featured on AMD’s flagship Fiji XT GPU core. The card packs a whole 16 GB of GDDR5 VRAM (8 GB per GPU) and has a 256-bit bus interface. The card comes in a 265W. It will be available in passive cooled options only and be able to support maximum of 32 users. The FirePro S7150 x2 has the price set at $3999 US.

     
     
     
     
    Source:
    http://www.tomsitpro.com/articles/amd-firepro-s1750-firepro-s7150x2-hardware-virtualization,1-3129.html
    http://www.amd.com/en-us/press-releases/Pages/amd-reveals-worlds-2016feb01.aspx
     
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    ahhming got a reaction from Wishiwasdead in evga introduce its gaming laptop , audio card , gaming case & water cooling   
    EVGA introduce a few product at ces 2016 with their Gaming laptop (SC17) , case, audio card & water cooling solutions. The new products announced today will be shipping in 2016,

    EVGA SC17 Gaming LAPTOP



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    ahhming got a reaction from cesrai in Compulab's Airtop PCs - 200W, 0 fans   
    :lol:
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    ahhming got a reaction from Othyn in evga introduce its gaming laptop , audio card , gaming case & water cooling   
    EVGA introduce a few product at ces 2016 with their Gaming laptop (SC17) , case, audio card & water cooling solutions. The new products announced today will be shipping in 2016,

    EVGA SC17 Gaming LAPTOP



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    ahhming got a reaction from Curly_Fork in Asus' ROG G501 all-aluminum ultra-slim notebook with 960m   
    This is Asus' ROG G501 ,all-aluminum, 15.6" ultra-slim notebook , at 0.81 inch (or 20.6 mm) thick, yet it packs one of Nvidia's latest mobile graphics chips, a GTX 960M with 4GB gddr5 of RAM.
    It's powered by an Intel Core i7-4720HQ (2.6 GHz, 3.6 GHz Turbo) that sits on a mobile Intel HM87 chipset. It comes with 16 GB of DDR3 memory and uses a 512 GB PCIe x4 SSD for storage.
    the laptop have dual fans and copper heat pipes to independently cool the GPU and CPU inside while keeping the noise level down to a minimum.
    The display is a matt-IPS with 3840 x 2160. There's a 1.2 MP HD camera on the front, and the laptop supports Bluetooth 4.0 and has the usual 802.11ac wireless connection. For I/O, the G501 contains three USB 3.0 ports, one HDMI port, an SD/SDXC card reader, a headphone out and mic in jack, and a Thunderbolt port.
    The new G501 costs $1,999 and is expected to ship around April
    Source:
    http://techreport.com/news/27958/asus-rog-g501-is-an-all-aluminum-mobile-beauty
    http://www.tomshardware.com/news/asus-shows-g501-gaming-laptop,28743.html#xtor=RSS-181
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    ahhming got a reaction from LokiFire in evga introduce its gaming laptop , audio card , gaming case & water cooling   
    EVGA introduce a few product at ces 2016 with their Gaming laptop (SC17) , case, audio card & water cooling solutions. The new products announced today will be shipping in 2016,

    EVGA SC17 Gaming LAPTOP



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