Saturday, September 26


Daily News Stuff 25 September 2020

Super Secret Edition

Tech News

  • A decoder ring for Intel's 10nm process.  (AnandTech)

    Confused?  You're not alone.  Intel has changed the naming scheme for 10nm every time they've updated the process, and now pretends that the initial version of 10nm never existed.

  • Google wants to copy all of Apple's worst policies.  (

    Apple is embroiled in a growing war over their mandatory 30% App Store cut?  Perfect time for us to enforce our own 30% cut!


  • A look at ASRock's new entry-level Epyc server.  (Serve the Home)

    It only supports 64 cores, 1TB of RAM, and eleven PCIe 4.0 NVMe drives, so if you're looking for high performance or scalability....  Yeah, that's pretty good for 1U.  Dual 10GBaseT built in, plus a standard network upgrade thingy that they tested with a dual 25Gb module, plus one full-size PCIe 4.0 x16 slot.

    The ten 2.5" bays accept either NVMe or SATA drives, which is a nice touch.

Disclaimer: Nope, still blaargh.

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