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VESA Announces DisplayPort 2.0 UHBR Certification

The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) on Monday kicked off its certification program for upcoming DisplayPort 2.0 cables. The new program will certify DP40 and DP80 cables to clearly distinguish between cables offering different bandwidth and therefore display capabilities. The move is aimed to avoid the confusion that HDMI 2.1-branded cables with different capabilities caused in the consumer…

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What It Takes For Russia’s Sanctions To Have A Fighting Chance To Work

LENINGRAD, RUSSIA – Russia’s Defense Minister and Putin watch a military drill. Getty Images The groundswell by the advanced democracies applying sanctions on Vladimir Putin, his cronies and various elements of the Russian economy following Moscow’s initiation and intensification of military attacks on Ukraine in February 2022 is beginning to have the hallmarks of a…

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Success With Russia’s Sanctions Will Be More Exacting Than Whack-A-Mole

LENINGRAD, RUSSIA – Russia’s Defense Minister and Putin watch a military drill. Getty Images The groundswell by the advanced democracies applying sanctions on Vladimir Putin, his cronies, and various elements of the Russian economy following Moscow’s initiation and intensification of military attacks on Ukraine in February 2022 is beginning to have the hallmarks of a…

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Nvidia Stolen Data Reportedly Reveals Ada, Hopper, Blackwell GPUs

LAPSU$, the South American hacker group that made away with over 1TB of Nvidia’s information, managed to strike gold with its latest heist. A VideoCardz reader reportedly sent the media outlet information extracted from the hack that allegedly talks about Nvidia’s next-generation graphics cards, codenamed Ada, Hopper, and Blackwell. Unfortunately, it’s unknown how the VideoCardz…

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