Month: September 2019

How to connect an Xbox One controller to a PC

Microsoft’s consoles have consistently delivered to customers with the most astounding quality gaming controllers, and the Xbox One is the same. Less of a redesign of the Xbox 360 gamepad and all the more a refinement, Microsoft’s inconspicuous changes to the Xbox One’s controller has seemingly made it the best alternative for of a wide
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Review of Lenovo ThinkSystem ST50

The Lenovo ThinkSystem ST50 is an exceptional server in the organization’s lineup for various reasons. Not the least of which is its structure factor. The ThinkSystem ST50 is a little tower server intended to be put close to work areas in workplaces. In our survey, we are going to perceive what makes the Lenovo ThinkSystem
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Mellanox ConnectX-6 Dx SmartNIC Better RoCE

At VMworld 2019 we saw the dispatch of the Mellanox ConnectX-6 Dx SmartNIC. Despite the fact that NVIDIA is set to Acquire Mellanox, starting at now, they are executing on their individual item designs. For Mellanox, that implies broadening a lead in systems administration. Keeping that in mind, the Mellanox ConnectX-6 reported another component putting
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See the new Samsung A-die DDR4 DIMMS

The first Samsung A-bite the dust DDR4 modules have been seen in nature. Samsung discreetly declared that it would resign its 20nm B-kick the bucket memory in April/May with year for 10nm-class A-bite the dust memory. New incredible should offer more prominent densities and better valuing. Notwithstanding, the B-bite the dust memory chips have a
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Chinese Professor Charged in PCB Fraud Case

The US government is charging a Chinese educator for endeavoring to take a printed circuit board in the interest of Huawei. The educator, Bo Mao, has argued not blameworthy and is free on a $100,000 bond. He is accused of contriving to submit wire misrepresentation. As indicated by the administration, Mao consented to an arrangement
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Review of TeamGroup T-Force Liquid NVMe SSD

High-performance NVMe SSDs tend to run hot. Ergo you have seen the manufacturers offer solutions with heatsinks, incl motherboard manufacturers making that even easier for you. Team Group takes it to the next level, as they are fitting the Cardea NVMe SSD with a heatsink holding liquid. That’s right, that is passive liquid cooling for
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