And an MM500 mouse pad thrown in for good measure. What's not to like?
An update on the Dark Core, can it pass muster at £100 when equipped with Slipstream technology and greater focus on RGB? We find out.
Rick returns to the best stealth game in existence.
Strikes a blow against Intel.
Look to make a splash in HPC.
Big APU for supercomputing customers.
Fixes TSX at the same time.
CMT going away, it seems.
Partners with Intel, Nvidia and others.
Handily beats Nvidia's Tesla K40.
Not using Tegra chips, though.
Many-core 14nm CPUs for future boxes.
Pushing CUDA further into HPC.
MXC to be unveiled in September.
Future motherboards will support Itanium or Xeon.
Phil Pratt-Szeliga's Rootbeer allows almost any Java code to run on a GPU, for impressive performance gains.
Intel has acquired Cray's Gemini and Aries interconnect technology, in a further HPC push.
Amazon has added Nvidia's Tesla GPUs to its EC2 cloud computing service, allowing on-demand CUDA.
A supercomputer at the French CEA-DAM has become the first in Europe to break 1 petaflops.
Nvidia has announced that its Fermi GPUs form the heart of the world's fastest computer.
IBM has details what it claims is the world's fastest processor, running at 5.2GHz.
Intel has released a report that shows an old GPU beating a CPU in performance tests.
Intel has confirmed that it has "no plans" to enter the discrete graphics market.
Fusion-IO has unveiled a bespoke PCI-E device which links eight ioDrive SSD modules together - and a system based around it which manages 1TB/s sustained data transfer.
AMD-based systems accounted for the top three supercomputers in this year's TOP500 list - but are overwhelmingly outnumbered by systems based on rival Intel's chips.
The latest TOP500 - a list covering the fastest supercomputers in the world - has been released, and there's a surprise entry at number one.
April 7 2020 | 14:00
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