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That's it for Twenty Ten!

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Thanks everyone who supported us through this year. We have undergone some drastic changes. from the Website design to an affiliation with TechREACTION.

We hope that the next year will be as eventful or better, for us and for you.

Be Save, be Sound and Be Happy.

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* The Codisha Folding@Home Team hits 6.000.000 points!!! *

Review: Noctua NH-C12P SE14

TechREACTIONNoctua NH-C12P SE14

We have a sample from the house Noctua today. The Noctua NH-C12P SE14. The cooler has been in Noctua's line up for about 2 years now. It has been update several times in that time.

The "SE14" is the latest update from the original NH-C12P. This update is replacing the NF-P12 fan with the larger NF-P14 FLX 140mm fan. The "SE" was added with the introduction of the newer Intel sockets.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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We wish everybody a happy thanksgiving and a good turkey day.

Please keep in mind the spirit of the holiday.

Be thankful for what you have and what you receive and be generous to those who have not.

Added a ShoutBox from ShoutMix

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The Shoutbox will allow you to leave comments and suggestion, questions etc.

Inventory Under Construction!

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The inventory section is under going massive reconstruction. It will make it easier and faster to view items and the items are better sorted by category.

Review: Scythe Rasetsu

TechREACTIONScythe Rasetsu

The Scythe Rasetsu was officially released on July 19, 2010 which is exactly 6 months after the release of the Scythe Yasya.

The Rasetsu CPU cooler has it's roots from the Yasya CPU cooler and is an improved follow up design. Scythe implemented much of the same design and thermal characteristics...

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New test bench and stress testing methodology

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Since my inception into TechREACTION as a CPU (Air) cooler reviewer and tester I have been feverously working on a new test bench which is coming together nicely now and MIAHALLEN and I have been hashing out a pretty rigorous stress testing schedule for all CPU cooler that we will be testing. The methodology is now standardized and ready for prime time. Check back in for updates and results.

New "Review" section added

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In light of our TechREACTION affiliation we added a "Review" section were I will post some of the reviews done at TR and some others.

Web Design changes

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I made some significant changes to the website. Majority of it is CSS3 or in the planning for CSS3. To see the new Web Design in it's full glory use the Google Chrome or Apple Safari browser as these are the only two that support all the new designs. Many of the new designs are also visible in Mozilla Firefox.

Microsoft's internet Explorer 7 and 8 do not yet support CSS3 at all and most likely Internet Explorer won't support CSS3 until version 9. Enjoy the new view and there are more changes to come. As usual you are always welcome to contact me for suggestions.

Website changes

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Removed the Folding@Home quick view. all views and results have been consolidated in the Folding@Home section.

The "Projects" quick view has been moved to the "Build Log" section.

Website changes

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I moved the inventory, eBay and eBay Classifieds sections and consolidated them into the StoreFront section.

Codisha is going "Pink for October"

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Codisha is in support of the breast cancer awareness month.
We will support this effort through Folding@Home.
To find out more about this initiative go to: Suasan G Komen Foundation

Shamino is departing EVGA

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Yes, the overclocking legend Shamino is leaving EVGA. For good? Unknown. Shamino came to EVGA from Foxconn where did great work and continued that tradition at EVGA where he took the brand and propelled into a upper tier motherboard manufacturer.

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The Codisha Folding@Home Team made it to the Top 1k teams in the world.

Intel Light Peak - Lighting up 10 Gbps links in 2011

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Intel Light Peak - Lighting up 10 Gbps links in 2011

...Light Peak speeds remain the same as we've previously seen at 10 gigabits/s, though opportunity to scale to 100 gigabits/s remains a promise for the future.

... Light Peak supports daisy chaining as this demo was connected, but also supports a star topology like USB does.

... total bitrate of the storage system, which showed a solid 768.8 megabytes/s of throughput. That's 6.15 gigabits per second of throughput.

Light Peak isn't a protocol, but instead simply provides a new physical layer for existing connector protocols. Traffic like DVI-D, HDMI, USB, and audio can all coexist across Light Peak.

Onboard with TechREACTION

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I am still feeling out the waters but I will write a little article with update information.

We have just agreed to a joint venture with TechREACTION Forums. We will conduct Air Cooling reviews which will be hosted on both platforms.

New Look for the website

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I am trying out a few new style and looks. All links should be working during this time but different pages might have different looks.

If you experiencing any problems please contact me

Intel's Core 2011 Mobile Roadmap Revealed: Sandy Bridge Part II

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The Roadmap

Intel's Core 2011 Mobile Roadmap

The roadmap for mobile is a lot easier to read through than the desktop one. There aren't as many competing products within a given price class. Sandy Bridge won't make it down there until late next year at this point, so Celerons are off limits for now.

Sandy Bridge looks to be very capable, both on the desktop and mobile side. Both CPU and GPU performance are much improved, the latter particularly in notebooks as all launch mobile Sandy Bridge parts will ship with the higher end 12 EU configuration.

It's not very hard for Intel to more than double integrated graphics performance. The question is how will it compare to AMD's Llano, a part that will undoubtedly have a competent GPU but a CPU core based on AMD's Phenom II architecture. 2011 is going to be an exciting time for the semiconductor market.

Farewell to ATI, AMD is Retiring the ATI Brand

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Four years ago AMD did the unthinkable: it announced the 5.4 billion dollar acquisition of ATI in a combination of cash and stock. What followed was a handful of very difficult years for AMD, an upward swing for ATI

The motivation behind the decision to retire the ATI brand comes from AMD’s own internal research. Unfortunately AMD isn’t sharing the details of this research, just the three major findings from it:

1) AMD brand preference triples when the person surveyed is aware of the ATI-AMD merger.
2) The AMD brand is viewed as stronger than ATI when compared to graphics competitors (presumably NVIDIA).
3) The Radeon and Fire Pro brands themselves (without ATI being attached to them) are very high as is.

The second point is really the justification for all of this. If AMD’s internal research is to be believed, AMD vs. NVIDIA is better from a marketing standpoint than ATI vs. NVIDIA.

Intel Acquires Infineon

DailyTechIntel

Intel has been pursuing an acquisition of Infineon Technologies AG's wireless unit.
Infineon AG, spun-off in 1999 from Siemens AG, has seen lots of recent business making broadband signal processing chips for numerous Android smart phones and for the iPhone.

The deal is now official. Intel plans to close the deal by calendar Q1 2011. It will purchase Infineon's wireless unit, WLS, for $1.4B USD in cash (a vastly smaller sum than its recent $7.68B USD acquisition of the world's top antivirus software maker, McAfee). The deal does not include much of Infineon's R&D or fabrication business. It also does not cover the company's ARM CPU offerings, which it's hoping will soon gain traction in Android smart phones.

The move gives Intel a mobile wireless communications platform, which it can potentially employ with Atom platform x86 processors as part of a system-on-a-chip (SoC) solution for smart phones. That SoC package could also employ hardware-security using intellectual property from McAfee.

Federal agents can now enter your property without warrant and track you...

DailyTech

Under the laws of California and eight other Western states, state, local, or federal agents can sneak onto your property without a warrant, plant a GPS tracking device on your vehicle and monitor your movements 24-7 -- without a warrant.

The ruling has already been upheld at the federal level via a U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit decision.

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* The Codisha Folding@Home Team hits 4.000.000 points!!! *

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Team Member Nathan broke 50k points
Team Member p o_s pc broke 10k points
The Team has passed Awardfabrik and is on a hot trail of Hi Tech Legion

BoT is learning the trade in NYC

Attending Internet/Intranet website development course at Global Martine and Transportation School in NY

Intel's 50Gbps Silicon Photonics Link: The Future of Interfaces

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Intel demonstrated the world’s first practical data connection using silicon photonics - a 50 gigabit per second optical data connection built around an electrically pumped hybrid silicon laser.

Nanotechnology Delivers Revolutionary Pumpless Water Cooling

DailyTech

Forget traditional metal block coolers a nanowick could remove 10 times the heat of current chip designs

The Epic IPhone conversation

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Proof - That Linux Project Ripped Off Unix Code Released

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"IBM, which is among the largest firms pushing the open-source Linux operating system, was slammed with a $1B USD lawsuit in 2003 from SCO, one of the owners of a Unix distribution. The lawsuit alleged that IBM ripped off Linux code from the Unix codebase and was "devaluing" it."

DailyTech released this article yesterday July 12, 2010. With this headline:
"Proof" That Linux Project Ripped Off Unix Code Released ..

We hope you read the article and hope to here from peoples opinions about it in the blog.

Germany Lost!!!

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Unbelievable, we played way to passive.
It almost seemed as Germany was intimidated by Spain.
Germany gave it away by not playing soccer.

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