MSI Is rolling out Crypto Mining on Its Gaming Laptops

MSI has launched a test to test just how much cryptocurrency revenue one of its laptops can generate. According to the company, it’s using a GE76 Raider and can report

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Silicon May be the New Toilet tissue as Chip Shortage Hits Industrial Manufacturing

Advantech, the world’s largest manufacturer of commercial computers you don’t use but sure appreciate looking back, has announced that the semiconductor shortage is impacting its business and reducing shipments worldwide.

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AMD Has Fixed Its USB Connectivity Issues, Updates Arrive in Early April

AMD has announced an updated AGESA (AMD Generic Encapsulated System Architecture) version to solve issues with the B550 and X570 motherboard families. After collecting data from various folks experiencing problems,

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A brand new Windows 10 Update Causes Blue Screen Crashes, Surprising Exactly Nobody

I prefer to imagine that there’s an indication someplace inside Microsoft’s HQ that tracks the number of days since the company screwed up a Windows update. It’s time for you

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MIPS, China's Loongson CPU Are Both Going All-in on RISC-V

RISC-V is having itself a moment. What began being an effort to produce an open-source ISA for low-end microcontrollers and other simple kinds of chips has become an authentic ecosystem.

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Qualcomm Completes Nuvia Acquisition, Aims for Laptops

Qualcomm announced it's completed its acquisition of Nuvia, the CPU design company that broke cover this past year with claims its architectures would outperform both Apple and x86. Here’s what

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Micron Ends 3D XPoint Development, Will Sell Its Optane Fab

Back in 2021, Micron and Intel announced the development of a brand new kind of memory. Dubbed 3D XPoint (Crosspoint), the new type of memory offered endurance levels NAND flash

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Intel Reveals Rocket Lake Price, Positioning, and Overclocking Features

Intel has revealed Rocket Lake’s full pricing, product mix, and new overclocking features ahead of the CPU’s retail launch on March 30. Rocket Lake CPUs derive from the Cypress Cove

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Intel Discontinues Overclocking Warranties as Hobby Is constantly on the Die

Intel has announced no more its Performance Tuning Protection Plan (PTPP). An end-user who previously purchased a PTPP from Intel was guaranteed a one-time replacement CPU if they fried their

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AMD Will Not Limit Cryptocurrency Mining on RDNA2 GPUs

AMD and Nvidia often search for methods to differentiate themselves from the competition and one of these ways going forward, apparently, is going to be cryptocurrency mining. Unlike Nvidia, which

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