Tuesday, August 27


Daily News Stuff 26 August 2019

Lazy Sunday Afternoon Edition

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Disclaimer: Komi still can't communicate.  I'm now up to chapter 150 with just 64 more to go.  Fortunately this is the anti-Berserk and the author is cranking out a new chapter a week.

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1 "AMD's new 7nm chips don't overclock very well, and likely never will."
I keep hearing that AMD's chips (and Intel and nVidia to a lesser extent, but everyone else as well) are released pretty much right at the elbow of the curve where to gain more performance, power usage goes through the roof.  I also keep hearing that 14nm and smaller nodes are low-power-optimized processes.  I will admit I know next to nothing about this but it seems like one of the foundries should be coming out with a process that is optimized for higher power.  (Maybe it's not possible at this size but I haven't actually seen anyone say it's not.)

Posted by: Rick C at Tuesday, August 27 2019 01:57 AM (Iwkd4)

2 A few years ago, someone on The Daily WTF wrote a chatbot in node, specifically because node is cancer.
I looked at that isBuffer package.  I barely know node and my JS knowledge is way out of date but it looks like the isBuffer function will be fooled by any object that has a method called isBuffer.  (I don't know why you would have a legit reason to do that OTTOMH.)

Posted by: Rick C at Tuesday, August 27 2019 03:09 AM (Iwkd4)

3 Re: overclock capability.  The fact that you can't do it is a bit disappointing but the fact that AMD's giving you the entire capacity of the chip is pretty nice.

Unless you got a dud sample that can't reach the rated boost clock, like I did.  (Or hits 90C on a Prime95 Small FFT...with a 360MM radiator.  Ugh.)

Posted by: Rick C at Tuesday, August 27 2019 09:49 AM (Iwkd4)

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