Saturday, August 25
- If you missed that $249 fire sale on 12 core AMD Threadripper at Amazon the 1920X is now officially $399. That's a nice discount over the $649 2920X. (PCGamer)
Intel's 12 core i9-7920X is $999.99 on NewEgg.
- The strange case of Nickelodeon vs. the Slime Princess. (Techdirt)
- OpenBSD disabled Intel's hyperthreading by default some time ago. It's looking more and more like this should be widely adopted. Sucks for Intel. But if you're wondering why Intel has been able to deliver better performance than AMD all these years, it is clearly at least partly because they have been cutting corners on the security of their architecture. (Tom's Hardware)
- The catch with Amazon Lightsail: Sustained performance is terrible. About 1/3 of Digital Ocean if you're lucky. If your code is busy, you'll be throttled to 1/20th of a core.
So to get the sustained performance of Rally Vincent (a Ryzen 1700) would cost me $800 per month. And if I need that in one VM, well, tough.
Social Media News
It’s almost done— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 25, 2018
Picture of the Day
Video of the Day
Posted by: Mauser at Saturday, August 25 2018 06:01 PM (Ix1l6)
Yes, you did see it.
Posted by: Mauser at Saturday, August 25 2018 06:06 PM (Ix1l6)
Posted by: Kayle at Sunday, August 26 2018 02:31 AM (u9t9j)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Sunday, August 26 2018 10:30 AM (PiXy!)
Posted by: muon at Tuesday, August 28 2018 01:18 PM (vMYTH)
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Tuesday, August 28 2018 01:22 PM (PiXy!)
58 queries taking 0.256 seconds, 323 records returned.
Powered by Minx 1.1.6c-pink.