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    Posted on 21-02-07, 02:54 (revision 1)
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    Okay, in Australia they've stopped constantly showing him (Trump) in the news cycle each day.

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    Posted on 21-02-10, 23:48 (revision 1)
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    And in Soviet Venezuela, the commies just did a s/Trump/Biden/ over its regurgitated party line discourse and moved on. In the meanwhile, nobody cares~

    Anyway, speaking about USA! USA! USA! and bleeding-edge semiconductor fabs, it seems not only TSMC is looking to protect the supply chains of its customers by building a PRO GEAR SPEC fab on American soil, now Samsung is about to do the same:
    https://www.anandtech.com/show/16483/samsung-in-the-usa-a-17-billion-usd-fab-by-late-2023

    If this fab finally comes to life, nVidia and Qualcomm shouldn't be found themselves fighting for scraps against the crApple 5nm monopoly for long. As a bonus, this should double as a quite expensive insurance against fatass Kim nukes directed to the other Korean peninsula half.

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    Posted on 21-02-11, 05:44
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    Posted by tomman
    And in Soviet Venezuela, the commies just did a s/Trump/Biden/ over its regurgitated party line discourse and moved on. In the meanwhile, nobody cares~

    Anyway, speaking about USA! USA! USA! and bleeding-edge semiconductor fabs, it seems not only TSMC is looking to protect the supply chains of its customers by building a PRO GEAR SPEC fab on American soil, now Samsung is about to do the same:
    https://www.anandtech.com/show/16483/samsung-in-the-usa-a-17-billion-usd-fab-by-late-2023

    If this fab finally comes to life, nVidia and Qualcomm shouldn't be found themselves fighting for scraps against the crApple 5nm monopoly for long. As a bonus, this should double as a quite expensive insurance against fatass Kim nukes directed to the other Korean peninsula half.


    Hooray!

    ...

    You know, as wild and crazy as Kim Jong Un appears, I don't believe he would ACTUALLY nuke South Korea. He talks a big talk, but I am reasonably certain he's aware that's a fast way to turn North Korea into glass.

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    Posted on 21-03-06, 14:36
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    Remember the SMR HDD debacle, where every single HDD manufacturer secretly conspired against you, the consumer, by swapping ho-hum CMR HDDs with SMR junk unsuitable for anything but data hoarding?

    Well, a bunch of slimy lawyers hit Western Digital (the biggest liars on this SMR saga) with a lawsuit, and they want your input if you fell into this scam:
    https://www.hattislaw.com/cases/investigations/western-digital-lawsuit-for-shipping-slower-smr-hard-drives-including-wd-red-nas/

    Too bad we all know the outcome of this: if they win the lawsuit, WD will have to pay millions, 90% of it that will end into said slimy lawyers' pockets, and the victims (that's you and me!) will get at best a $5-off coupon for another SMR HDD, and maybe a free download for some shitty backup software. Or simply a coupon for the latter.

    But it's the principle that matters. Hurt Western Digital plenty, pretty please!

    Oh, and don't forget to BACKUP YO SHIT, people!

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    Posted on 21-04-06, 22:55
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    Lenovo is using AMD PSB to vendoer lock AMD CPUs

    WTF AMD, this is a new low for you guys. This is some Apple-tier bullshit, and not even Intel would fall THAT low.

    Vendor locked HDDs are very common on the server arena, but vendor-locked x86 CPUs too?! As in "won't even boot if not mated to the vendor-approved motherboard", and "efuse-protected, so no BIOS/firmware hacks will work around"?!

    Ugh... computers SUCK. Lenovo, welcome to the shitlist!

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