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| Noctua creates world’s first CPU cooler with active noise cancellation |
Jun 17, 2013 - 8:26 AM - by TechSocial |
Unless you opt for one of the very low-power CPUs on the market today, chances are the processor inside your desktop PC has a fan attached to keep it cool. The higher performance the chip and the more you overclock, the more cooling required. And more cooling inevitably means more noise unless you go with a water cooling solution. |
Specialist cooling company Noctua has teamed up with RotoSub to come up with a low noise solution that allows you to stick with air cooling, but removes the noise. They’ve done this by adding active noise cancellation to one of their CPU coolers for the very first time. A project that’s been ongoing for over a year.
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| Natural Selection of the Internet |
Jun 13, 2013 - 10:05 AM - by Drabdr |
It would seem that a new dawn is coming for many sites on the internet. Here are a couple of good discussion topics on the issue: |
In short, due to a significant decrease in traffic, several websites are dying. The issue is, it may not be their fault. Panda seems to have caused a lot of damage. One site that I frequent, is not sure they will be able to keep things going until the end of the year.
Have you see yours (or one you service) website suffer significantly due to a loss of traffic?
Do you think webmasters really have any control over it? Is there anything they can do about it?
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| Solved: Web turns 20 today! |
Apr 30, 2013 - 11:33 AM - by Gomar |
| http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2013/04/...urns-20-today/ |
Happy Birthday to the Web!
We can all thank Mr.Lee for giving us Gangnam Style, Friday, Justin Bieber, angry cat, viruses, spam;
under-age porn and dating services which led to murder or rape resulting in multiple arrests;
eBay millionaires who sell defective items or Chinese made knock-offs;
Eastern European or Asian mail order brides;
chatting and sex texting which led to divorces;
sharing of MP3s and movies leading to losses of revenue by artists and fines for sharers;
election of an unqualified, inexperienced, 1 term senator from Illinois as president of the U.S.;
losses of billions in the stock market from the dot.com bubble bursting;
embarrassed naked people caught by Google cams;
celebs who play games on planes;
people fired or not hired because of pics, posts, or other "offensive" Facebook content;
as for Facebook, please pray to whatever God(s) you worship for it to be shut down ASAP.
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