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(PR) Seagate Technology Reports Fiscal Second Quarter 2021 Financial Results

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

Seagate Technology plc (NASDAQ: STX) (the "Company" or "Seagate") today reported financial results for its fiscal second quarter ended January 1, 2021. "Seagate delivered strong, double-digit revenue, earnings and free cash flow growth in the December quarter supported by broad-based improvement across nearly every served market and geography, and we had solid customer demand for our mass capacity products," said Dave Mosley, Seagate's chief executive officer.

"We also achieved our technology milestone by shipping 20-terabyte HAMR drives in calendar 2020, paving the way for Seagate's continued success for years to come. As demand for data increases in both the cloud and at the edge, Seagate's new Lyve Storage Platform complements our HDD portfolio to help businesses address both the secular demand for mass capacity storage and the increasing complexity of managing data from edge-to-core cloud. We are well positioned to benefit from the tremendous opportunities we foresee ahead and remain focused on enhancing value for our customers, employees and shareholders."

GoodOffer24 New Year Sale Rolls On with Even More Deals on Genuine Software

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

GoodOffer24 builds upon its New Year 2021 Sale with more offers on discounted Genuine Software. Get Windows 10 Pro for as little as 11.47€ with a TechPowerUp-exclusive coupon code. Windows 10 Enterprise 2019 LTSC can be had for as little as 9.86€. Stay productive this year with the most powerful productivity suite, Office 2019 Professional Plus for 36.39€. Combine it with Windows 10 Pro for just 41.99€. Check out other great deals on editions of Windows 10 and Office, and their combinations. GoodOffer24 accepts PayPal, which secures your purchase.

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Raijintek Intros Eleos RBW Tower-Type CPU Cooler

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

Raijintek today rolled out the Eleos RBW, an entry-level tower-type CPU cooler with addressable RGB illumination. The cooler features a conventional aluminium fin-tower type heatsink. Four 6 mm-thick copper heat pipes make direct contact with the CPU at the base, conveying heat through an aluminium fin-stack, which is ventilated by a 92 mm fan. The fin-stack heatsink features a plastic top-plate with an addressable RGB LED diffuser, the ARGB illuminated fan puts out additional bling.

The included 92 mm fan features 40,000-hour rated hydraulic bearings, spins between 800 to 2,000 RPM, pushing up to 52 CFM of air-flow, 1.9 mm H₂O static pressure, with up to 22.95 dBA noise output. The cooler measures 140 mm x 96 mm x 75 mm (HxWxD), weighing 580 g. Out of the box, the cooler comes with push-clips, so you can mount the cooler onto AMD Socket AM4 without needing any tools. Other sockets supported include LGA1200, LGA115x, and LGA2066. The company didn't reveal pricing.

G.Skill Announces Membership Program, Over 100 Prizes Up for Grabs

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

G.Skill is readying to expand its portfolio of PC components and gaming peripherals throughout 2021, and announced its Membership Program to let owners of G.Skill memory, peripherals, and cooling hardware register their products, share their experiences with fellow G.Skill owners, get access to direct support from G.Skill, and the latest updates from the company. The community could also, in the future, take the direction of overclocking and e-sports clans. To sweeten the deal for G.Skill owners to join the Membership Program, G.Skill announced the VIP Membership Giveaway.

G.Skill owners can accumulate points by registering their G.Skill hardware, these points add up to membership levels, which allow them to participate in the VIP Membership Giveaway. Up for grabs are over 100 prizes, which include G.Skill memory kits and other products. There are currently three Giveaway events running for various membership tiers, with entries closing on February 1, 2021, one of which only requires you to have a membership account (with no products registered); the other two are open to the VIP Gold and VIP Platinum membership levels.

For more information and to join the Membership Program, visit this page.

(PR) addlink Announces the P20 Portable SSD with USB 3.2

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

addlink today announced the launch of the new portable SSD that features read and write speeds up to 1,050 MB/s and 1000 MB/s via USB 3.2 Gen2 (10 Gbps). The P20 Portable SSD uses a USB 3.2 Gen2 interface with a USB Type-C connector. The maximum sequential read/write speed can reach up to 1050/1000 MB/s, which is nearly 10 times faster than traditional USB 3.2 Gen2 portable hard disk. Also, it is completely backward compatible with USB 3.1/3.0/2.0/1.1 interface.

Inside the P20 is an addlink M.2 NVMe Gen3 x4 2280 TLC SSD. addlink is in the use of mature and proven 3D TLC flash in the drive (Compared to the QLC NAND used in other brand portable SSD) for better endurance and performance to assists with handling heavier data. The USB to M.2 SSD bridge chip is the latest Realtek PCIe/SATA to USB combo bridge (Realtek RTL9210B). It could barely hit 10 Gbps.

Intel Starts Production of "Ice Lake" Xeons, Ships 11th Gen Core "Rocket Lake-S"

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

Intel in its FY 2020 + Q4 2020 earnings release revealed two important development milestones from its two core businesses. As part of its Q4 2020 business highlights disclosures, the company revealed that it has commenced mass-production of its next-generation Xeon Scalable "Ice Lake-SP" enterprise processors. These chips implement the "Ice Lake" microarchitecture, with "Sunny Cove" CPU cores that offer higher IPC over "Cascade Lake," and are built on the company's 10 nm silicon fabrication node. Our older article details the 10 nm "Ice Lake-SP" silicon, where each die offers up to 28 cores, and enables Intel to build processors with up to 56 cores using two such dies on multi-chip modules.

Next up, the company states that it has "started shipping" its 11th Gen Core "Rocket Lake-S" desktop processors. "Shipping" in this context could even mean commencement of mass-production, and transfer of inventory down the supply chain, in the build up to a market availability date. At its digital keynote address on the sidelines of the 2021 International CES, Intel revealed many more details of "Rocket Lake-S," including its flagship Core i9-11900K 8-core processor, which it claims retakes the gaming performance lead that the company recently lost to AMD's Ryzen 5000 series. Multiple sources confirmed that these processors should be available only after mid-March, 2021.

(PR) Intel Reports Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year 2020 Financial Results

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

Intel Corporation today reported fourth-quarter and full-year 2020 financial results. The company also announced that its board of directors approved a cash dividend increase of five percent to $1.39 per share on an annual basis. The board declared a quarterly dividend of $0.3475 per share on the company's common stock, which will be payable on March 1 to shareholders of record on February 7.

"We significantly exceeded our expectations for the quarter, capping off our fifth consecutive record year," said Bob Swan, Intel CEO. "Demand for the computing performance Intel delivers remains very strong and our focus on growth opportunities is paying off. It has been an honor to lead this wonderful company, and I am proud of what we have achieved as a team. Intel is in a strong strategic and financial position as we make this leadership transition and take Intel to the next level."

Apple Reportedly Developing VR & AR Headsets For Launch in 2022 & 2023

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

Apple is reportedly developing an initial VR headset as a precursor to their eventual AR glasses. The upcoming VR headset will be a niche expensive product that may only be distributed through Apple's first-party stores and will cost considerably more than competing products from Oculus, Sony, and HTC. The headset will feature custom Apple silicon more powerful than their current M1 processor and include limited AR abilities. Apple had previously planned to develop a device that would harness the processing power of a user's mobile device but has since switched to a standalone solution which has increased complexity. The Apple VR headset codenamed N301 is currently in a late prototype stage and may be announced sometime in 2022, if this timeline holds then Apple may announce their AR glasses the next year in 2023.

Battlefield 6 a "Soft Reboot" with a Modern Setting, 128-player PvP and Battle Royale Modes Included

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

The upcoming "Battlefield 6" would mark a "soft-reboot" of the franchise in a modern-era setting; much like "Battlefield 3" was, according to Tom Henderson, a reliable source with leaks related to the franchise. He predicts that the game could even be titled simply "Battlefield" (not to be confused with "Battlefield 1"). The game (if it includes a campaign), could have a modern mechanized warfare setting, and be a marked departure from the historic (or pseudo-historic) plots of "Battlefield 1" and "Battlefield V."

Much like how Activision is handling various game modes with its latest releases of "Call of Duty," the next Battlefield could include a dedicated Battle Royale mode that's more evolved than simply being a gameplay mode within its Multiplayer. The main Multiplayer could build on the modes Battlefield perfected, including large PvP conquests with up to 128 players on the PC platform (fewer players on consoles).

Gabe Newell Confirms That Valve Has Multiple Games In Development

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

Gabe Newell who is currently residing in New Zealand has recently confirmed in a new interview that his company Valve "definitely has games in development that they're going to be announcing". With the positive release of Half-Life: Alyx the company plans to create further single-player games and Gabe noted that there is a lot of momentum within Valve to do so.

Gabe Newell has been living with his family in New Zealand since early 2020 when they decided to stay in the country after a holiday due to the countries successful management of COVID-19. He has now been granted New Zealand residency in principle and is actively considering transferring Valve operations and major events to the country. This includes hosting the companies DOTA 2 and CS:GO annual esports tournaments which had to be canceled in 2020 and "strong interest" from employees for relocation.

NVIDIA RTX 2070 Modded to Support 16GB Memory

Fri, 22 Jan 2021

PC enthusiast VIK-on pulled off a sophisticated memory mod for the GeForce RTX 2070, doubling its memory amount to 16 GB. In a detailed video presentation (linked below), VIK-on demonstrated how he carefully removed the 8 Gb Micron-made GDDR6 memory chips of his card, with 16 Gb Samsung-made chips he bought off AliExpress for $200. Memory replacement mods are extremely difficult to pull off, as you first de-solder the existing chips using a hot air gun while keeping the contacts on the PCB intact (ensuring no pins short); and solder the replacement BGA memory chips in place.

In addition, a set of "jumpers" on the PCB need to be modified to make it recognize the Samsung memory. The resulting card booted to desktop successfully, with GPU-Z reading its full 16 GB memory size. The card successfully made it through 3DMark TimeSpy, albeit with 30% lower performance than a normal RTX 2070 (6176 points vs. ~9107 points). The card would also crash Furmark. Still, it's mighty impressive that the "TU106" recognizes 16 GB of addressable memory (which means all its memory channels are intact), without the need for any BIOS mods, which is impossible to pull off.
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