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Week in Review:
0:07:40 Turtle Beach Elite Atlas Pro Performance Gaming Headset Review

0:14:45 The Intel Core i9-9980XE Review: Slight Iteration

News equipment of interest:
0:30:45 Deactivate! Deactivate! Windows 10 will be deactivated!

0:35:15 14TB of secure portable spinning rust from iStorage

0:39:15 A preliminary look at BFV performance

0:47:00 A newest Chromium plated web?

0:15:20 Introducing the Quadro RTX 4000

0:52:50 G.SKILL Announces a DDR4-4266 64GB kit as well as a DDR4-4000 128GB kit

0:54:55 Intel wants you to stick it to deep learning

Picks of the Week:
Sebastian: A cheap sound card for DOS gaming
Allyn: A ebook on retro console equipment - all disassembled (‘The Apk Console’)
Jeremy: A robot arm called Dexter, what should go wrong?
Josh: Other Monitor! $100 less than last!
Alex: Risk of Rain

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Florida Man

WE NEED BIGGER SOUND CARDS!!!!

other tomperson

I know it's just splitting hairs about names really, but if it's Skylake architecture, but on 14nm++ note, shouldn't it be Coffee Lake-X, not Skylake-X? In fact, all of Skylake-X could have been named Kaby Lake-X, not just the shite quad-cores. 31:54 fuck knows how, but I've managed to obtain permanent photo retention on my IPS TV. One day Windows decided not to run the screen saver overnight, and that after photo is still there like two years later. So yeah, burn in is definitely still a thing.

John Trussell

The finest tech present on YouTube!

John Finnegan

Do Not Eat Your Thermal Paste

David Wilson

Touching my silicone sensitive parts turns my RTX on.

Toms Tech

EVERYTHING is skylake just different nodes but kabylake and skylakeX both used 14nm+ so now node doesnt matter either. https://imgur.com/gallery/BCDxfcA

Toms Tech

Josh why would you go with a nerfed 3440x1440 which nothing will work with when you should just obtain a full screen 3840x2160p screen instead, is your house super weak you only have 10 inches of vertical zone for your monitor? you can obtain them in sizes of 40-65in and they even have a television decoder in for the same dollars!

TillOverHill

Oh god my sides! The first 10 mins of banter... silicone sensitive territories... josh... existing, etc... Never change guys! Glad I came back to catch up on the first part of the live stream I had missed. Cheers! :'-D

Pelle

Why is not Jeremy included in the picture?

Brandon V

I was the person that commented on the sulfur. I cannot deliever any internal documentation but are a couple public papers I found. http://www.dfrsolutions.com/hubfs/DfR_Solutions_Website/Resources-Archived/Publications/2005-2007/2007_10_silver_and_sulfur.pdf http://engine.crecon.dk/photos/CELCORR%20conference%20proceedings/EC2015%20Jellesen%20et%20al%20-%20(Sulphur%20induced%20corrosion%20of%20electronics).pdf I'm not sure of thermal compounds but Silicone RTV used for board coating generally soaks in sulfur and can cause long term troubles by holding the sulfur. Cute much each mfg makes a Sulfur Resistant Resistor. Here are some examples: http://www.vishay.com/resistors-fixed/list/product-53060/ https://www.bourns.com/products/fixed-resistors/sulfur-resistant https://www.niccomp.com/products/catalog/nrcs.pdf generally any electronic with silver in it can be subjected to this trouble Total random side note is that Silicone also can cause CTE mismatch troubles on electronics. If it gets under components it can cause hurt to solder joints after thermal-cycling. Other random paper i pulled once again similar to silicone conformal coating: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316230054_The_effect_of_improper_conformal_coating_on_SnPb_and_Pb-free_BGA_solder_joints_during_thermal_cycling_Experiments_and_modeling

 

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