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Nvidia could have big plans for powering up RTX 5000 GPUs (literally) – but new rumor might have you worried your power supply isn’t good enough

Nvidia’s next-gen Blackwell graphics cards might use a good chunk more power than current Lovelace GPUs, if a leak is to be believed.This isn’t a straightforward leak, mind – one delivered by an anonymous source via a hardware leaker – but it appears to be a mistake made by power supply manufacturer Seasonic.Seasonic, a trusted…

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Microsoft and Google’s GHG emissions gains call viability of net-zero targets into question

The financial results of the world’s biggest three hyperscale cloud companies have seen Amazon, Google and Microsoft all credit growing customer demand for artificial intelligence (AI) services for boosting their respective profit, revenue and market share totals. The downside to this growth, particularly where Google and Microsoft are concerned, is that it appears to be…

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The Cooler Master V850 SFX Gold ATX 3.0 PSU Review: Small Scale

In response to the increasing popularity of compact and portable gaming PCs in the past couple of years, we’ve seen several PC peripheral manufacturers release larger collections of SFX form factor cases and power supplies. Chief among these has been Cooler Master, where the prolific PC part vendor recently expanded their SFX series to include…

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Extreme PSUs Incoming: Enermax, Leadex, and Seasonic at Up to 2800W

Just several years ago, we were impressed to witness a 2,000W power supply for mining systems at Computex. But with arrival or AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper WX and Intel’s Xeon W-3400-series – CPUs that can devour all the way to 900W under heavy loads – as well as NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4090 graphics cards (or, well,…

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MiTAC/Tyan Shows Off Motherboard and Servers for Intel’s Xeon 6 CPUs

Later this year Intel is set to introduce its Xeon 6-branded processors, codenamed Granite Rapids (6x00P) and Sierra Forest (6x00E). And with it will come a new slew of server motherboards and pre-built server platforms to go with it. On the latter note, this will be the first generation where Intel won’t be offering any pre-builts…

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The Qualcomm Snapdragon X Architecture Deep Dive: Getting To Know Oryon and Adreno X1

The curtains are drawn and it’s almost showtime for Qualcomm and its Snapdragon X SoC team. After first detailing the SoC nearly 8 months ago at the company’s most recent Snapdragon Summit, and making numerous performance disclosures in the intervening months, the Snapdragon X Elite and Snapdragon X Plus launch is nearly upon us. The…

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Nuclear waste body cuts energy use by 20% as Pure replaces HPE

The French agency for the management of radioactive waste (Andra) has cut power and cooling costs by a fifth in an upgrade that has seen HPE 3PAR arrays replaced by Pure Storage FlashArray flash storage hardware purchased over 10 years with non-disruptive controller upgrades. Among the issues with the existing 3PAR deployment were a lack…

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HP loses in US fraud case against Autonomy’s Mike Lynch

British tech entrepreneur and founder of Autonomy, Mike Lynch, has been acquitted of all charges, following a 12-week trial in San Francisco. The jury cleared Lynch of 15 counts of fraud and conspiracy that had been brought against him in relation to the 2011 Hewlett-Packard acquisition of Autonomy. HP has previously alleged that Lynch inflated…

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Mad Max production company gets Dell PowerScale to leverage generative AI

Australian media production house Kennedy Miller Mitchell (KMM), known for its work on action film Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga, has replaced its HPE storage and compute infrastructure with Dell hardware based around PowerScale NAS arrays. The move comes as it leverages generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) that allows it to pre-visualise movie scenes before they…

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HPE takes $4.5bn in enterprise IT AI server orders

Growth in the take-up of artificial intelligence (AI)-based systems was among the big wins for HPE as it announced its second-quarter financial results. The company posted Q2 revenue of $7.2bn, up 3%.  New AI servers are being delivered in as little as six weeks after the company fixes supply chain issues. In a blog discussing…

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