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[H] Enthusiast Archives: September 2015Archive Listing


Tuesday September 29, 2015

Silverstone SG12 Micro-ATX Chassis

The Silverstone SG12 micro-ATX chassis is on the test bench today at eTeknix. This looks like it might be a good case for a HTPC, LAN box or Steam Machine.

Silverstone is one of the most recognisable chassis brands on the market, which comes as no surprise given that they seem to launch more products per year than virtually any other manufacturer. The Sugo series of chassis has long been a success, something that’s no doubt obvious given that the model we have at our disposal today is the twelfth iteration, the Sugo SG12.

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Video Game Kickstarter Disappears With Over $30,000

It looks as though another video game Kickstarter disappeared with all the money. I guess the first warning sign was the fact that there were no names or contact info listed for the people behind the campaign. frown

In December of 2013, gamers paid over $30,000 to fund a Kickstarter for a game called Mansion Lord. A month later, Mansion Lord’s creators opened up a PayPal account to accept even more money. And in August of 2014, after announcing that the PayPal funding round was over, they simply disappeared.

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Corsair RM750x Power Supply

Think Computers just published a review of the Corsair RM750x 750W power supply. If a new PSU is in the cards, give this review a look.

The RMx series is engineered to deliver extremely tight voltage control and quiet operation. These power supplies are made for high performance PCs where reliability is essential. The RMx series is comprised of the RM550x, RM650x, RM750x, RM850x, and RM1000x. So no matter what you have in your system Corsair has a RMx series power supply for you! Today we are taking a look at the RM750x or 750W unit in the series."

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Amazon Flex Paying $18 - $25 Hour

If you live in Seattle and are looking for a way to supplement your income, Amazon Flex might be the way to go. The service says it is coming soon to Manhattan, Baltimore, Miami, Dallas, Austin, Chicago, Indianapolis, Atlanta, and Portland.

Make $18–25/hr delivering packages for Amazon with your car and smartphone. Be your own boss: deliver when you want, as much as you want.

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AMD Expands Embedded Graphics Lineup

AMD today announced multiple new discrete AMD Embedded Radeon™ graphics options suitable for multiple form factors. The suite of products is specifically designed to advance the visual and parallel processing capabilities of embedded applications. The graphics cards represent continued AMD commitment to embedded market innovation, providing engineers with more choices to achieve their design goals, from leading performance to energy efficiency.

The new offerings cover a broad range of needs, from 192 GFLOPS to 3 TFLOPS of single precision performance, and from 20 to less than 95 watts of thermal design power. The products are offered as a Multi-Chip Module (MCM), Mobile PCI Express® Module (MXM) and PCIe® options, with AMD offering the only MCM solutions. All of these products offer extended support and longevity. The new discrete graphics cards offer the right balance of performance, power and graphics memory size, to meet the needs of most customers.

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Twitter Plans To Go Beyond Its 140-Character Limit

I could be wrong, but don't apps like Twitlonger, JumboTweet and others already do this?

Twitter is building a new product that will allow users to share tweets that are longer than the company’s 140-character limit, according to multiple people familiar with the company’s plans. It’s unclear what the product will look like, but sources say it would enable Twitter users to publish long-form content to the service.

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China Fines Microsoft Over Xbox Venture

Oh no, how will Microsoft ever come up with $31,000 to pay this fine?!?

Microsoft Corp and its Chinese partner in an Xbox game console venture have been fined by China's commerce ministry for breaching antitrust rules but escaped serious punishment after it deemed they did not hamper free market competition.

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Worker Fined Again For Talking In Robot Voice

While not a very good robot voice, at least this guy will be ready to serve his new masters when the robot uprising takes place.

A city Health Department worker who has previously been disciplined for answering an IT help-desk phone in his best android impression faces a 30-day suspension for again bucking his supervisors' orders and greeting callers as a robot.

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Gaming [H]eadlines

BATTLETECH Kickstarter @ Blue's News

GameStop Hiring 28K Seasonal Employees @ GameSpot

Hitman Release Date Announced @ VG24/7

The Witcher 3 Patch 1.09 Details @ Shacknews

Google Nexus Event Liveblog

The Google Nexus Event is in full swing and the crew at Engadget are liveblogging the whole thing.

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Custom Garage PC Mod of the Day

If you are a computer guy that also spends a lot of time in the garage, you are going to love this custom case mod. cool

Hackers Can Imitate Your Voice To Trick Authentication Systems

Hackers can now imitate your voice? Damn, what's left for hackers to steal?

Researchers are investigating ways that attackers can fool voice-based security systems by impersonating a person’s voice. A team at the University of Alabama, Birmingham (UAB), has found that using readily available voice morphing software, hackers are able to administer voice imitation attacks to breach automated and human authentication systems.

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