Thermaltake announces new cases at Computex 2019
Also: ToughRAM RGB, £1,100 desk.
Fujian Jinhau reportedly at 'the end of the road'
Trade embargo blocks material purchases.
Is 'Limited Edition' hardware worth it?
One of 500, get yours now!
No word on commercialisation, though.
No longer just for bit-flipping.
Huawei blockade drops demand.
Oh, and a case shaped like a car engine.
Computex 2019 products revealed.
Report claims Apple, Dell, Kingston, Seagate interested.
5nm and 6nm respectively.
33 percent speed boost claimed.
Six 1y-nm dies.
Still further to fall, though.
Pending regulatory approval, of course.
We had a quick peek at some of the latest hardware at CES.
One big block, not individually cooled or illuminated.
Gigabyte and now Corsair both offer dummy RGB memory modules; they're not as stupid as they sound.
JESD235B revision out now.
Switches in the tens of nanoseconds.
Good ol' side-channel attacks to blame.
Samsung, SK Hynix, Micron facing big fines.
Faster, but not quite ready for commercialisation.
Acts as Optane-like DRAM expansion.
Major savings due, claims DRAMeXchange.
Companies face $20bn in fines.
First such facility at any DRAM maker, it says.
July 11 2019 | 15:40
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