Along with all the fanfare and sizzle, fortunately press and media attendees were also treated to first-look renders of the cards, courtesy of designer Cristiano Siqueira. The design concept is called “Dragon Scale” and the first set of renders shown at the event are of a shorter, more entry-level GPU. The design incorporates what looks… Continue reading Intel Discreet GPU might be a player?
Microsoft PowerShell is a great scripting platform. Microsoft provides PowerShell support for almost all Windows Server roles and features. You can use PowerShell to automate repeated tasks as well as perform tasks easily using the command line that you usually perform using the GUI tools. For example, in a production environment if you need to… Continue reading How To: Useful PowerShell scripts/Commands
During Nvidia's investor day, statistics were revealed that show Turing architecture outsold the previous generation my a haughty 45% margin in terms of revenue on Desktop PC's. This is the case when comparing it to the first eight weeks of sales vs. respective GPUs, when Nvidia was asked about this new delivery. But wait, didn't… Continue reading NVidia’s Turing GPU’s are outselling pascal by 45%
While I've built several productivity/utility computers I have never gone to the extremes if a gaming PC. Here's my first attempt:
I was driving into work this morning (mind you I've heard this commercial a couple times before) and it never really dawned on me until this morning. There are a few key copy apps that allow you to photograph your key and have a copy made at various stores. I won't go into detail as… Continue reading [Security] Key copying software apps
A Raspberry Pi makes a great solution for so many computing projects. From learning programming to remote controlling a car, or even building a basic stop-motion animation studio, the Raspberry Pi is ideal. But did you know it can also run as a server? Here are several nifty ways you can use your Raspberry Pi… Continue reading 7 Great Project Ideas for Using a Raspberry Pi as a Server
A few weeks ago we learned that a piece of sophisticated malware called VPNFilter infected more than 500,000 routers and other devices around the world. VPNFilter was spotted in some 54 countries, but an increase in activity in Ukraine suggested the malware was created by Russian intelligence looking to disrupt Ukraine either ahead of the Champions League… Continue reading Tools that are bypassing Routers, and how to counteract them