The 90° motherboard orientation with the Raven RV05 provides what would seem to be an ideal situation for air cooling. Anchoring the thermal solution are the large 180mm fans at the bottom of the case, which are directed upward to pull air up through the bottom vents and out the top of the enclosure.
Somehow all of us keep getting left off this list every damn year. That Bill guy keeps stealing my spot.
Bill Gates is once again the richest person on the planet, a title he's held for 16 out of the last 21 years. He recaptured the top spot in March 2014 after a four-year run by Mexico's Carlos Slim Helu as No. 1. Early on, the stellar performance of Microsoft, which he cofounded in 1975, boosted his net worth but he's been steadily selling his shares in the software company for at least 15 years.
Modders Inc. has published a review of the Gigabyte WaterForce 3 Way SLI kit. If you are contemplating an upgrade to a tri-SLI set up, you might want to check out this review.
There comes a time when you have to do something outrageous in order to advance yourself. The companies that are always in the forefront are continuously on this edge, pushing and striving for better products. As a consumer we might ask: Why in the world would they make this and who will buy it?
The researchers surveyed 736 college students and found that, basically, if you quietly stalk your friends on Facebook and then realize that your life doesn’t measure up to theirs, you feel bad about yourself.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is going to have his hands full this month.
Wheeler has agreed to cap off a marathon week of hearings next month with testimony in front of the House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on Communications and Technology on March 19. The hearing, announced by panel Chairman Greg Walden, will be his third of the week. He will also testify at the Senate Commerce Committee and the House Oversight Committee.
Apparently not all ISPs are worried about being regulated by the Federal Communications Commission. Sonic CEO Dane Jasper says he is actually "supportive of being regulated as a common carrier."
It is important to draw the distinction between regulation of the Internet, and regulation of carriers. The FCC’s order will disallow carriers from discriminating against sources of traffic that their customers choose to access via the Internet. This is common carriage at its core, and as a carrier, I am supportive of being regulated as a common carrier by the FCC.
In 1995, Jerry and I started Yahoo to help people more easily navigate the web. We wanted to build a guide. When we came up with the idea, it wasn’t designed to be a business, it was simply something we found useful. When we realized other people found it useful, we were motivated to work on it even more. Twenty years later, the core of Yahoo is still the same. We are driven by the same purpose - to be your guide around the web. You may not know how much you motivate us every day by using our products and sharing your ideas, but you do. Thank you.
We have just posted our Corsair Hydro Series H110 280mm AIO CPU Cooler Review. If you want to know how this all-in-one cooler handles today's hardware, this review is for you.
We today have our final installment of "re-reviewing" the older Corsair Hydro Series AIO coolers on our modern testing platform. Two years ago the Corsair H110 proved itself to be a good value when it comes to sealed liquid All-In-One CPU coolers, but how does it perform a couple of years later? What does the H110 get you with today's hardware.
That's not to say that Google+ is dead yet—at least not officially. But it does suggest that Google is moving away from the pure Plus branding, which suggests an overhaul may be not too far off. Indeed, last week, speaking to Forbes, Google's senior vice president of products Sundar Pichai, said that "I think increasingly you'll see us focus on communications, photos and the Google+ Stream as three important areas, rather than being thought of as one area." Clearly, this news separates out Photos and Stream, with the communications element—presumably Hangouts—already a separate entity.
There is a review of the MSI Z97 MPower AC posted today at ocaholic. You can see our evaluation here for comparison purposes.
The Z97 MPower AC is MSI's flagship offer when it comes to Z97 Express based motherboards. This board not only comes with a massive 20 phase digital power design but also lots of additional overclocking and gaming related features. Other than that MSI provided this board with their unique and good looking color scheme, where basically almost anything is black apart from a few yellow spots.
I don't know about you but I am pretty excited about this news. I've always been a fan of the franchise.
This has been the subject of speculation since Bethesda recently announced its first-ever E3 conference. As noted on PSU, shinobi602 is known to be the source of accurate insider information in the past, so while this is completely unconfirmed., it is being taken pretty seriously. When asked to rate how likely this is to happen on a scale of one to 10, he replied "11."
Sundar Pichai, senior vice president of products for Google, confirmed that the world's largest search company was in talks with wireless carriers. He was addressing the speculation that Google would partner with the carriers to offer a hybrid service that would rely on cellular and Wi-Fi networks.
If you are on a budget and you need a new case, the crew at ThinkComputers has published a review of the Corsair Carbide Series 100R that should be of interest.
Just think. A large clear windowed panel with an all black sprayed interior, drive mounting that is very well thought out, semi tool-less designs and a special place for that AIO or all in one 240 X 120mm hydro cooler. They even offer the gamer an indirect intake air cooling from the side gills to keep the front nice clean and less noisy and you get that "Monster Corsair Obsidian" look on the front end with the faux brushed aluminum anodized look of a plastic front end.
Joining the best folding team on the planet (Team #33) is now easier than ever. We don't give you money to join and we can't promise you cash or other incentives, we do this simply because it is our passion and that is why we've had the best folding community around...for years. So, if you want to make a difference with a group of people that honestly care about what they are doing, join team Team #33 today.
Folding is a wonderful way to help your fellow man using your spare CPU cycles and now, thanks to the Quick Setup V7 Guide for Windows, it is easier than ever to get started. Remember to put the number 33 in the "team" field and you’ll be folding with the [H]orde in no time! Thanks to all our team members for the wonderful job they are doing.
Today at Mobile World Congress 2015, Microsoft Corp. introduced Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL, two new smartphones that give people greater flexibility and freedom to choose when and where they get things done. Both phones are upgradeable to Windows 10, which offers more personal computing and greater productivity, and will be available later this year.
In a competitive marketplace, Microsoft continues to deliver innovative smartphone experiences at all price points. Both devices offer the seamless integration of hardware essentials — with a choice of screen sizes and camera capabilities — and Microsoft services to offer incredible productivity with affordability.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s press conference will be webcast live March 2, 2015 at 6:00am PST. With technologies that span silicon, software and security, Krzanich will demonstrate why Intel is one of the few companies able to deliver end-to-end solutions for devices, the network and the cloud. To view the webcast, visit newsroom.intel.com or visit the Intel at Mobile World Congress 2015 press kit. A replay will also be available.
Google could be getting ready to explore the possibilities of switching its ranking system from the number of incoming links to one that counts the number of incorrect facts on the website. There’s a lot of websites out there that will have to scramble to be rated at all if Google indeed does opt to switch to the trustworthiness scale for rankings.
A Google research team is adapting that model to measure the trustworthiness of a page, rather than its reputation across the web. Instead of counting incoming links, the system – which is not yet live – counts the number of incorrect facts within a page.
The US Air Force announced one of their military satellites suddenly exploded in orbit in what was described as a catastrophic event. The 20-year old satellite, called Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Flight 13 was launched in 1995 and has been in a backup role since 2006.
We anticipate real-time weather data for tactical users will be slightly reduced without this satellite, but its data was not being used for weather forecast modeling.
The question whether or not virtual reality is ready for prime time might just get an answer this year. The Vive, a collaboration between HTC and Valve will be on the shelves in time for the Holidays with the developer’s edition making its appearance this spring. More will be known after GDC goers get the chance to sample the technology. Thanks to Ducman69 for the linkage.
Microsoft is getting ready to make a big announcement very soon at the Game Developers Conference this week in San Francisco. The big news will shake up the gaming world and you have Microsoft and DirectX 12 to thank. Just think Mix and Match.
Leonard Nimoy died on Friday and ever since the news broke, the Internet has been mourning his passing in many different ways. Now sites are beginning to pay tribute to the actor who brought the Iconic Star Trek’s Spock to life. The most recent announcement came from Star Trek Online. The site will erect an in-game memorial to the late Leonard Nimoy to honor his work promoting and supporting the video game industry.