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Transfer Steam Games to an SSD without Redownloading

Sunday, June 25th, 2017 - Teknologi

Transfer Steam Games to an SSD without Redownloading Although solid state drives have steadily increased in capacity, so too have the size of game installs. Today’s triple-A titles commonly occupy upwards of 20GB with many approaching or exceeding 60GB, especially after accounting for downloadable content....

Memblaze Launches PBlaze5 SSDs: Enterprise 3D TLC, Up to 6 GB/s, 1M IOPS, 11 TB

Saturday, June 24th, 2017 - SSDs, Teknologi

Memblaze Launches PBlaze5 SSDs: Enterprise 3D TLC, Up to 6 GB/s, 1M IOPS, 11 TB Memblaze has introduced its new generation of server-class NVMe SSDs for mixed and mission critical workloads. The PBlaze5 SSDs are based around Micron's 3D eTLC memory and paired with a...

TYAN Shows Two Skylake-SP-Based HPC Servers with Up to 8 Xeon Phi/Tesla Modules

Friday, June 23rd, 2017 - Enterprise, Teknologi

TYAN Shows Two Skylake-SP-Based HPC Servers with Up to 8 Xeon Phi/Tesla Modules At ISC 17 this sweek, TYAN has demonstrated two new HPC servers based on the latest Intel Xeon processors for high-performance computing and deep learning workloads. The new HPC machines can integrate...

GlobalFoundries Details 7 nm Plans: Three Generations, 700 mm², HVM in 2018

Friday, June 23rd, 2017 - Semiconductors, Teknologi

GlobalFoundries Details 7 nm Plans: Three Generations, 700 mm², HVM in 2018 Keeping an eye on the ever-evolving world of silicon lithography, GlobalFoundries has recently disclosed additional details about its 7 nm generation of process technologies. As announced last September, the company is going to...

Samsung Begins Production of Exynos i T200 SoC for Miniature IoT Devices

Friday, June 23rd, 2017 - SOC, Teknologi

Samsung Begins Production of Exynos i T200 SoC for Miniature IoT Devices Samsung on Thursday said it had begun to mass-produce its first SoC for miniature IoT devices, the Exynos i T200. Aimed at devices that do not need a lot of compute power, but...