2018 Hardware Thread


  1. Posts : 26,338
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    Thread Starter
       #761

    Dude said:
    Im holding off for a AIO water cooler
    Do you mean one of these?
    You Can Now Watercool M.2 Drives! | eTeknix

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  2. Posts : 16,063
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       #762

    wow,, didnt know about that
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       #763

    Hi,
    Yeah one can water cool anything now days :)
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       #764

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Yeah one can water cool anything now days :)
    Yeah, even a water cooler.
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       #765

    CountMike said:
    Yeah, even a water cooler.
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  6. Posts : 950
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       #766

    CountMike said:
    Yeah, even a water cooler.
    Those water cooled water coolers are so cool man!
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       #767

    paulpicks21 said:
    Those water cooled water coolers are so cool man!
    Tend to produce cold water too.
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  8. Posts : 26,338
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       #768

    Micron released a new research paper that should open most peoples eyes to GDDR6, which is what NVIDIA will be using on their next-generation GeForce GTX 11 series graphics cards. Inside of the paper, Micron talks about the silicon changes, channel enhancements, and performance measurements of GDDR6. GDDR6 will offer some deliciously high bandwidth numbers that make GDDR5/X look like they're from 1999, all while using less power. This means that we can have next-gen graphics cards that offer a true leap in memory bandwidth, all while the GDDR6 is using less power.

    In the paper, Micron said: "While the preceding results demonstrate full DRAM functionality up to as high as 16.5Gb/s, it is possible for the overall performance of an architecture to be capped by timing limitations in the memory array itself. To determine if this GDDR6 interface could extend beyond the 16.5Gb/s range, the device was placed into a mode of operation which exercises only the I/O while bypassing the memory array".


    The company continued, adding: "The oscilloscope measurement presented in Fig.15 confirms that when bypassing the memory array, and with a small, but helpful, boost in I/O supply voltage, it is possible to push Micron Technology, Inc.'s GDDR6 I/O as high as 20Gb/s".

    Read more: Micron teases GDDR6 at 20Gbps, blowing HBM2 out of the water

    PDF download "White Paper
    16Gb/s and Beyond with SingleEnded I/O in High-Performance Graphics Memory ":

    https://www.micron.com/~/media/docum...mory.pdf?la=en

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       #769
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  10. Posts : 26,338
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       #770

    Just put out by GN @ Computex:

    Damn, K|ngp|n has ascended from X(treme)OC('er) Titan, to LN² God!
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